Currently Charlotte Moores
She was adopted by Ettius and William Moores and spent her early childhood in Maryland. They raised her on their farm and started noticing weird behaviors when she was 7 years old. She would wander off in the night and sit at the beach, just watching the shores. She’d tell them she was waiting for someone and finally after two months of her sneaking out in the cold a woman’s body washed up on shore, looking like she had been killed three months prior. She said to her parents that she finally arrived once she saw the body. Thoroughly freaked out they convinced themselves that it was all just coincidence.
She wandered out of the school and went around town, often revisiting places that would later be the site of car crashes or murders. When she was 13 her parents brought her to a therapist after she kept stumbling upon bodies, as they were very worried about her mental health. She told the therapist about the voices that led her places and told her things they couldn’t tell anyone else her therapist was worried enough about the girl’s health that she prescribed her medication and therapeutic methods that might help distract her from the voices if she heard them.
Her therapist discussed these voices with her parents who asked if this would go away and to be honest she didn’t know but if it got worse it would be best if they signed her up for a stay at a facility with better trained people. When Charlotte turned 15 she started feeling more and more like an outsider, like she wasn’t quite living a life that was hers. She had dreams and visions of different times she hadn’t seen but it was like she was living it. She would be doing something and thoughts and memories that weren’t hers would pop into her head. She would be sitting in a classroom and she would hear a conversation no one else could hear.
She started having a hard time separating the voices that led her to death and the voices and visions that showed her things she couldn’t understand. She felt like she was going crazy. All of this hit its peak as she was driving through town when she was 16 and a vision overtook her. She got in a car crash and the person in the other car went into a coma. She woke up in the hospital with a severe head wound that made her issues worse. She described it as feeling like her head was stuffed with cotton and like there was something pushing against her head trying to get out. Like she was pushed aside to let other people in.
She would wake up with almost none of her own memories but the memories and opinions of someone she didn’t know. She ended being charged with unintentional vehicular manslaughter at 16 after the guy in the other car died a few days after the crash. She spent two years in juvenile incarceration and one year in a women's prison facility. She was lucky enough to be let out on good behavior and parole. She had to take medication that worsened her mental health and scattered her voices even more. She’s not allowed to drive.
When she was 21 she left Maryland and took a bus to Chicago where she lived for a year before she ran into a supernatural who told her about a town full of people with weird abilities. That maybe she wasn’t as weird and unnatural as she felt. She took a bus over there where she wandered around town and slept on park benches and streets for close to two years unable to piece together her memories, her past memories, and the dead who were constantly screaming at her.
On a particularly cold night she woke up in a stretcher next to an ambulance. Apparently someone had seen her lying out in the cold with blue lips and called them. She was taken to the ER and warmed up. This is where she met Marilyn who noticed how out of her own body and mind she seemed to be and decided to offer her a place to stay while she got back on her feet. She stayed at Marilyn's place on her own for quite sometime but eventually moved in with Vica, her girlfriend, who is someone who had suffered a lot like her too but similar to her, had found ways to survive and grow larger then everything they had done or had happened to them.