||The Red Wing Boys’ Correctional Facility was also a mental hospital for the crimminally insane minors incarcerated therein. In a desperate attempt to lower the amount of fights, drugs and brain surgery were utilized. The project was a failure. Due to the record number of violent incidents and a killing spree by one of the prisoners, the facility was closed.
||Three missing paranormal investigations, The Ghost Hunters, had spent the night locked in the prison. Our investigative team searched the prison a few days later and found themselves trapped therein. Things became strange in the prison as the walls dripped with blood and strange mouths appeared in the solitary confinement cells. The investigators witnessed the suicide of groundskeeper, fought off a now insane Ghost Hunter and destroyed a crazed creature in a straight jacket.
A benevolent spirit gave the group advice on how to deal with Bob Dylan’s Ghost. The Ghost of Bob Dylan played his song, The Walls of Red Wing, for the corpses of the remaining two Ghost Hunters as the investigators began their attack. Once the Ghost of Bob Dylan was destroyed, the prison returned to normal and the investigators were free to leave.
||Agent Mark Crane
Federal Bureau of Investigation Agent
Agent Crane was asked to take over the jurisdiction on the case of missing persons last seen at The Red Wing Boys’ Correctional Facility. He submitted his findings to Agent Crispy of the FBI.
Red Wing Police Department
Detective Brown, aka Books, services the Red Wing community as a member of the local police department. He was ordered by the Chief of Police to monitor Cassandra’s investigation and to escort Agent Crane into the prison.
As a consultant for local law enforcement agencies, Cassandra was asked to look over the evidence in the case of the missing persons last seen at The Red Wing Boys’ Correctional Facility.
Mechanic at Dick’s Auto-Repair
Mark Robinson became intrigued by the prospect of a car being possessed by Bob Dylan’s Ghost. He was asked by Valerie to accompany her while investigating the old prison.
Video Technician and Cameraman
Peter was hired by Valerie to film her investigations of the paranormal for a local public television. He agreed to the arrangement due in part to his troubles finding work since immigrating from the UK.
||Valarie Eyota Ratti
While writing for her blog, The Hidden Vera, and finding materials for her new journalistic project, Valierie became intrigued by the disappearances at The Red Wing Boys’ Correctional Facility. She decided to enter the prison and find evidence of parnormal activity.
||Robert Witt retired pc
Homeland Security Agent
Agent Witt was asked to investigate the disapperances at The Red Wing Boys’ Correctional Facility by his friend, Sister Bennie. He has the tendancy to be secretive while using his authority to take control of any given situation.
||Sister Bennie retired pc
Villa Maria Nun
Sister Bennie was ordered by Mother Superior to recover incriminating documents from the chapel of The Red Wing Boys’ Correctional Facility. She is quite clearly insane, speaking aloud to herself often and claiming to see dead people.
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Bob Dylan’s Ghost
The Red Wing Boys’ Correctional Facility was also a mental hospital for the crimminally insane minors incarcerated therein. In a desperate attempt to lower the amount of fights, drugs and brain surgery were utilized. The project was a failure. Due to the record number of violent incidents and a killing spree by one of the prisoners, the facility was closed.
A cougar has been killing hikers and bikers on the Cannon Valley Trail. The grisly deaths don’t add up and the locals are beginning to become alarmed. A call to arms has given sportsmen the opportunity of a life time, the chance to take down one of the big cats, legally! Will the animal rights activists and the local veterinarian get to it first and knock the cat out with a tranquilizer dart or will the poor beast be slain?
The Mississippi Monster
The Pearl of the Lake, a Mississippi River paddle boat, sank during a freakish storm on Lake Pepin. The crew has not been recovered, but Life to The Max host Greg Thunder’s body did was ashore. Greg Thunder and his team returned to Lake Pepin to film a sequel to their popular 68th episode about Peppi, the Lake Pepin Monster. Was this an act of nature or is the mythical Mississippi Monster to blame for the deaths of amateur paranormal investigators?
Junia of the Claudia (Secunda Junia)
297 – Born
311 – Married to Tiberious and produced a male heir
312 – Sired by Titus
320 – Campaign Starts
The gens Junia was one of the most celebrated families in Rome. The gens may originally have been patrician. The family was already prominent in the last days of the Roman monarchy. Lucius Junius Brutus was the nephew of Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, the seventh and last King of Rome, and on the expulsion of Tarquin in 509 BC, he became one of the first consuls of the Roman Republic.
Sire – Tiberious
Tiberius Claudius Pompeianus, consul in AD. 173, and probably consul suffectus in 176, was a Roman general of emperor Marcus Aurelius. He married Aurelius’ daughter Lucilla and rose to the rank of senior senator in Rome. His keen leadership skills were noticed by an old-blooded Roman vampire who sired him to become a great influence over Roman history. Marcus twice refused emperorship for himself, due to the nature of the secret condition. He is the controlling patron of the Claudia family but much of his time is devoted to the Senex and the Danse Macabre. Continue reading Character Info – Junia of the Claudai
Mary, called Mary the Rich (13 February 1457 – 27 March 1482)
Mary of Burgundy was born in Brussels, at the Ducal castle of Coudenberg. Her birth, according to the court chronicler, Georges Chastellain, was attended by a clap of thunder ringing from the otherwise clear twilight sky. It was an omen of the depraved and cruel future destined for the young girl.
As the only child of Charles the Bold, Mary was heiress to a vast and wealthy domain, made up of the Duchy of Burgundy, the Free County of Burgundy, and the majority of the Low Countries. A wealthy heiress, Mary of Burgundy was one of the most eligible bachelorettes of her time, so wealthy that she was even called “Mary the Rich” and her hand was eagerly sought by a number of princes.
Her mother, Isabella died in 1454. Her father, Charles the Bold, remarried in 1468 to Margaret of York. This was a significant event in the life of Mary. Though she did not know it at the time, her new stepmother was a vampire. Although the marriage produced no children, due to Margaret’s secret state of unlife, Isabella’s stepmother proved herself a valuable asset to Burgundy.
Immediately after her father married Isabella, Isabella took the young girl on a journey through Flanders, Brabant and Hainaut, visiting the great towns: Ursel, Ghent, Dendermonde, Asse, Brussels, Oudenaarde and Kortrijk were all impressed by her intelligence and capability. Margaret had chosen the girl to be her future childe through blood. The vampiric bloodline that Margaret belonged to, The Corojosa, specialized in telepathic powers of domination through the blood sympathy passed on to their progeny. Continue reading Mary of Burgandy – Vampire the Requiem Character
Name: Emmy Jones
Chronicle: Russell’s San Francisco
Concept: Obvious Megalomaniac
Clan: Daeva – Kallisti
||Intelligence – 4
||Strength – 2
||Presence – 4
||Wits – 2
||Dexterity – 2
||Manipulation – 3
||Resolve – 2
||Stamina – 2
||Composure – 3
Continue reading Character Sheet – Emmy Jones, Megalomaniac Daeva