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Default 03-29-2008, 10:15 AM

Name: Darin Blake
Human/Ghost: Ghost
Age: 17
Appearence: Takes the form of a black dog in ghost form
Personality: Quick to anger; is a poltergeist as well as a visible spirit
Short Bio: Darin lived around 150 years ago, and didn't actually live in the house; he was having an affair with the wife of the house's owner. After she gave birth to Darin's child, her husband guessed of her affair, due to having red hair and his wife being blonde; the child had dark hair. He got his revenge on Darin by lying in wait for him and then killing him in front of his wife, claiming afterwards to the law that he'd acted in self defence.

The owner got away with the crime, due to being rich and influential in the town; Darin on the other hand was a boy from the wrong side of the tracks and his mother was unmarried. The house owner settled down, satisfied he'd punished both his wife and her lover for their transgessions... until one day, his mutilated corpse was found in the cellar. It seemed as tho it had been savaged by a dog, but no dog was found. The murder became an unsolved mystery and still remains so today. However, there were reported sightings of a ghostly black dog in the cellar, and around the house.


Darin roamed around the empty house, too restless to remain in one spot for long. He still felt a sense of satisfaction at helping to drive out the people who'd lived in the house; thanks to him and the other ghosts in the house, no-one ever remained there for long. He was determined to drive out the new people too; he felt that he'd earned the right to stay in this house, and stay there alone.

Darin was full of anger still at how he had died; despite it having happened over 150 years ago, he remembered the injustice as tho it had happened yesterday. Despite having had his revenge on his murderer, vengence and the desire to cause hurt still flowed within him, seemingly unendingly.

Last edited by Miranda_ : 03-29-2008 at 11:46 AM.
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