Howard Place Staff
An afterlife institution that is a waiting room for those who transpired unexpectedly.
Howard Place Staff
An afterlife institution that is a waiting room for those who transpired unexpectedly.
Marians and Marions
Books in which they are featured: Browning Memorial Hospital, Knightshade Manor, The Abbey, Dark Highways, Howard Place, Justice Hall, Kerringer’s Castle, Paranormal Palace, Salisbury Town, Yarborough Station.
Demons & Spirits
Housekeeping, porters, staff
Siamese twins of Asian descent who are euphemistically joined at the hip; and are beautiful, because they have differing views they are an undeniable asset to the Manor. Their expertise lies in the interpretation of the deaths of children, their investigation includes the events leading to their deaths as well as the illusions they withhold after death. Their diagnosis is contingent on their observations as to whether the children are ready to move on, or if desired to await their killers to exact their vengeance upon them.
In fact, these Siamese twins share a section of their abdomen and a few of their internal organs, allowing them to live but unable to be separated. In life, they had lived into their twenties and had gained education and training in counseling. They are a unique team as one questions the guest, as the other observes and listens.
Clara is more assertive while Marie is more introverted. They are both beautiful with a slight variance of feature that is not immediately apparent.
Faux pas on life was the agreement to a surgery of separation; one suffered excessive abdominal hemorrhaging and died before her sister who then just waited an hour to die. This story can be found in Knightshade Manor in a discussion between Dena and Aaron.
Afterlife Institution occupation began after they arrived at Browning Memorial Hospital. After convalescing for a month’s duration, surrounded by Marions who looked like their loved ones, did Claire notice that there was something odd about the staff. Being the observant one, she decided to try to prove her theory, she had seen a reptilian tail sticking out of the white lab coat of one of the hematology technicians. That story is shared in Browning Memorial Hospital.
As for their family, in life, their father and mother were poor who celebrated their birth as a blessing in many forms, as people came to see them; they paid money to view this oddity in their village. Some visitors came from many miles to catch a glimpse of these blessed children. As the years went by, several medicine people came, who taught them the ways of psychology, medicine, and healing. The influx of elders were based on the assumption that they would not be alive for a long time.
Their interests are varied, as they have very different personalities. The one agreed upon interest is determining individuals motives and their actions as a result of those motivations. Their variable personalities often led them to arguing with one another. And not being able to get away from each other or physically hurt each other they developed an elaborate system of insults.
They appear in Knightshade Manor as needed, often when there is the arrival of many children at a time.
They work out of Kerringer Castle, where most of their wards are housed. This is where their formal office is located.
In Browning Memorial Hospital wherein a portion of their patients can be located, they work out of a shared office space, a less-formal environment than in Kerringer Castle.
Howard Place, is where they often engaged guests in the lobby to ascertain where the guests needed to be redirected and to which afterlife institution.
Paranormal Palace is where they chose to live, as the environment and guests seemed most comfortable to them .
In conclusion, their life had prepared them for their afterlife. They had no real intention of moving from their current station.
Stepmother of Aaron and has returned from a long duration of fieldwork, as she is the most human looking of all of the Knightshades, she chose to be the first point of contact for many, quite similar to the reason for using Jessica, the look of death didn’t appear as easily as it does on the others of the Knightshade family. Her blonde hair, and milky white skin, and eyes of violet, entranced all who came into contact with her.
Having been married to Simon a few centuries earlier, she had taken on the role of the matriarch of the current generation of Knightshades. She is close to Alfred as he is the manager of her hospital and she trusts him implicitly as to who shall work and reside within her facility. The various staff members who work within the hospital are quite fond of her as she is genuinely concerned and easily approachable in regards to hospital issues.
During the course of her lifetime, she had been an administrator and had managed several successful organizations and facilities a few of which were hospitals and universities. It is with this background that when the afterlife institutions function were decided upon, she opted for a medical facility and preferably a teaching hospital. She spent several months deciding on the design and chose the flexibility of which the Manor is capable, adapting to the current needs of the patients and hospital staff.
During her lifetime, she has been a wife, hostess and mother to her children. As she was the matron of a large household, she spent every waking moment preparing for guests, and parties to support the Knightshade reputation. As well as volunteered on several community boards and administration staffs so that she could learn to run any corporation, which proved lucrative in her after-life.
Her after-life occupation began once she left Howard Place, she was nominated to be the Lead Administrator and owner of Browning Memorial Hospital. She can be found in all areas of the hospital; she returns to her chambers at Knightshade Manor when she desires to rest. Her office is located on the first floor of BMH and she relies heavily on Alfred and Jessica to keep her informed of new arrivals. She does go to crash sites to ascertain the changes she needs to create; in the hospital in regards to capacity and services required by current patients.
She is often quiet and observational, she can be firm as the need arises; and compassionate as well as flexible. With the goal of moving the patients on to the next institution they choose, she is ever diligent of clues as to where they desire to go.
Deep sultry voice befitting a tall woman, whose narrow waist and shoulders , Mother of Dena, she wore her blond hair short, her skin pale white piercing blue eyes, rigid posture, square shoulders, wore long dresses, Characteristic of Victorian Times.
She rode in a carriage on a stormy night, and the road was on a cliffside leading to their home in the mountains. The wheels locked and the horses and driver all were killed in the crash as well, she would often hear their screams in the night. The team of horses resided in the stable at the Manor, she would often bring them sweets and apples.
Interests include Art, Music, All the talents people use to remind themselves they are alive.
Knightshade Manor is where she resides; her chambers are found in the South end of the first floor. As it is furthest from the lobby, and keeps most of the staff and guests from disturbing her. As with all of the staff she can appear by thought and can go to any area within the Manor instantly.
Caroline can go to Kerringer Castle whenever one of her patients wishes to see her. Shje madkes it a point to often visit the children of parents who may want an jupdates as to how the children are faring in the afterlife. It gives her great delight to see the once sickly patienst full of energy and enjoying their afterlife.
She has no real business at the Justice Hall.
She is a patron of the Arts; she desires beauty over all else. She can be found walking through various galleries, sometimes alone, sometimes with a friend or two. It is due to her photographic memory that she knows where every thing is located within the Browning Memorial Hospital and she selects artwork based on color schemes and design already within the hospital. She had befriended Lord Byron several years before and would find herself outside at an outdoor cafe,where the two of them would exchange banter on witty sayings while eavesdropping on the people around them. She with her Chai Tea, and he with his preferred Cafe du Jour. The hours spent relaxing in the sun, helped clear her mind of the drudgeries of her past. When the Shelley’s came round the stories started and if it not for the oncoming of evening and a chill breeze, none of them would go home.
Whenever her duties called her to Howard Place she often found herself intrigued by the otherworldly creatures who helped maintain the fog and facilities of Howard Place. The ability to be invisible around the newly dead was an asset for this highly transitional abode. As she walked around the lobby seeking the ones that were going to be at Browning Memorial Hospital she loved to probe the memories of the one’s who were waiting in this way station of the after life Howard Place had appeared one day fully staffed without any preparation as it was staffed by paranormal palace denizens, the initial familial connection was lacking, as well as the psychic connections the other so relied upon.
At The Abbey, Caroline would visit with Sister Grace and discuss the elements of Catholicism that lacked in explaining the existence of the Afterlife Institutions. A shadowy alliance existed between the two women, as one refused to acknowledge the failings of the living world to prepare for the Afterlife Institutions, while the other was quite aware of those very failings, as her institution was overcrowded. The continued isolation of the Head Abbess contributed to her own inability to move onto the next incarnation.
In Paranormal Palace, reside the spirits that so fascinate Caroline, however due to the chaotic environment and the need to maintain human attributes, she has been advised never to go to that institution.
The need to visit Yarborough station arises when her stepsons, or ex-husband is in residence and she has to have a conversation with one of them. When Octavius was first returned from Dark Highways, was one such occasion.
In conclusion, Caroline like all of the other staff members is obligated to serve within her chosen afterlife institution for the duration of her continued disillusionment that she is not ready to face to prepare for relocation to her next lifetime.
Institutions wherein his tales may be located: The Abbey, Dark Highways, Knightshade Manor, Salisbury Town, Yarborough Station, Browning Memorial Hospital
His personality is in many ways he is like his father, intelligent, arrogant, lack of in interest in petty annoyances, flaky. Loves the limelight, high social status, passionate. Tarot Card representative Prince of Cups. Sleeps in a coffin.
His physical description: Black hair with red highlights, light brown eyes which darken with his mood, goatee, pale skin, he has a medium to strong build, stands at 6’0” and possesses a swimmer’s physique.
background: he is a vampire, one of the undead caregivers who resides in Knightshade Manor. He served in the military for several years and had fought in several battles in eastern Europe where he had lived and died. Died of several shotgun wounds, bullets i.e. lead poisoning,
Stories contained in Knightshade Manor: Aaron’s pond, Knightshade Manor, Aaron’s Quarters
Early introduction to this man was in 2005 to supplement the Volumes within which his role is dominant. Aaron is one of the sons of Simon, like father like son, he has a desire to be in the limelight,even in death. A slight problem due to the fact that his physical condition causes, daylight to not be an option, he remedies this by living the night life every night for the last three centuries that he has existed as a vampire. He is a younger version of his father, although he was more passionate and quite aware of his social status. His attraction to both sexes enables him to develop heated relationships, and the pursuit of a possible lover often entertains him.
Aaron is one of the elder male cousins of the current Knightshade generation. His mother is unknown, Caroline is his stepmother. His father is Simon. He is the second son of the founder of Knightshade Manor. His cousins are Albert, Jessica, Dena, Raven and others who can be found at the various afterlife institutions. He is very much like his father, sharing features, personality traits and attitude towards the guests and family members. Often taking on the role of guardian of the Manor in his father’s absence, his sense of the mundane and extraordinary causes him to seek otherworldly distractions.
During his lifetime, Aaron was a soldier, and served in multiple battles connected with a long-standing war throughout Europe. He died as a result of what he refers to as lead-poisoning. Riddled with bullets, as he began to faint from the loss of blood, his dead father appeared in his visage and smiled.
Aaron then awoke in a hospital bed at Browning Memorial Hospital bed where he spent a few weeks recuperating. This particular tale can be found in Browning Memorial Hospital a future novel of the Afterlife Institution series being compiled by Raven Knightshade, and her counterparts in all of the afterlife institutions. When he decided he was tired of the nursing staff, and containment within the bed, he true to his nature, appeared at the Manor completely healed from his physical wounds, It was the spiritual and psychological wounds that kept at the Manor for multiple decades.
During his lifetime, he had never attempted to learn anything above and beyond what he needed to know to get by in life. Whenever he saw an opportunity, he chose to learn as much as he could to be viewed as an expert hence enabling him to move in specific academic circles when the need arose. As he spent time with his family and the guests at the Manor, he picked up little bits of knowledge and information about the living world and it’s developments, relying on his charm to flatter and woo individual spirits as they captured his imagination.
His role as caregiver at the Manor began once he was finished with his own healing process. He chose to take on the characteristics of a vampire, as he enjoyed the connection it made between himself and his wards. The psychic connection that all caregivers shared was easily developed by him as he was as stated previously, his father’s son. Although, he did not have concern as to how others conducted their afterlife review.
His life in the military allowed him access to certain pleasures of which he continued to covet in the afterlife. He and his cousin Alfred would often met for a late evening drink and a smoke to discuss various subjects of interest. Grim humor and knowledge of the limits of human and spiritual endurance and enthusiasm lead to rousing discussions on the top floor of Browning Memorial Hospital.
One of his life pleasures included swimming in several rivers and lakes while not actively engaged in combat, as a result he had developed a swimmer’s build. He favored cinnamon spiced liquors and smoked infrequently
His presence is barely discernible when he chooses, often poised in a position where he can observe others, his watchful and amused expression masking a lack of tolerance of the frivolities of humankind.
His voice was low and hypnotic, and would crescendo until a loud demanding shout when his ire was stimulated.
A seduction artist in the afterlife, as he was in life. The numerous paramours he actively pursues when not busy with his caretaker duties. He finds lovers easily, though his appetites were voracious. He rarely pursued anyone for any significant length of time. He has a crush on Raven. The three of them were inseparable. They attended many events together, like in the tale Serendipity Pond in Knightshade Manor Volume I.
His father Simon had an affair with Ocean who resides in the Abbey, and Aaron was born of their union. He rarely interacts with his mother as her spiritual ideas remind him that his ways were not always the most pure in thought or action.
Although they have their differences, he loves his mother and often teases her as to her spiritual ideals and his willingness to bend every universal law for his own amusement. Aligned with his father’s goal of acquiring renegade spirits who are avoiding their arrival to the Manor, Aaron can be found by his father’s side. . He often wears leather and jeans while in the field as the spiritual bounty hunters, Simon, Aaron, and Kevin Knightshade tended to dress as seasoned bikers riding top-of-the-line motorcycles as they pursued their prey. His role as caretaker at the Manor and liaison for the afterlife institutions.
Within Kerringer Castle, Aaron would interact with the children of his clients who resided in Knightshade Manor, it enabled him to develop a comprehensive understanding of his guests who in the course of their death had lost connection with their children. The staff from Kerringer Castle would visit Knightshade Manor to gain a comprehensive understanding of the parents of the guests that played within the castle. Learning the routines and comforting ways of their parents allowed the caretakers to assume the roles of support to ease the transition from life.
As a bounty hunter, when they encountered a guest who needed hospitalization in the afterlife, he often found himself at the ER section of Browning Memorial Hospital.
If any of his guests were convicts in their life, they found themselves being transported directly to Justice Hall. For, as the agreement with Justice Hall states, anyone whose life consisted of supporting or breaking the law of the living would reside in Justice Hall. The only variant to this ruling is in the case of “physical” injury where the guest was taken to Browning Memorial Hospital first, wherein his cousin Alfred worked exclusively with Chief Justice Jarod in transporting criminals back and forth between their institutions as if a spirit imagined an injury, they would be sent to the hospital via ambulance and healed. After which, they would be returned back to the prison.
Aaron would travel to Salisbury Town often after a stint of time on the road in the living world. It helped to align his sense of beauty and calm after dealing with the most evil of spirits. Aaron would send a telepathic message to Alfred and Raven to invite them for an outdoor event or cultural fair being held within the town.
At the Abbey, Aaron would visit with Dr. Baird, to study voodooism to prepare for some of the spirits he would encounter in the field. His knowledge in the arcane was fueled by lessons and viewings of guests under trance or ecstasy while performing ritual. His mother Ocean would teach him the ways of spirituality and dancing in the light patterns of which she had developed in her lifetime. Her pale skin, and red flaming hair, indicating her otherworldly birthright. While she worked at The Abbey, she resides in Paranormal Palace.
Aaron frequents the ethereal halls of Paranormal Palace quite frequently, as he has several friends and charges that he had formed a particular attachment and interest in his 300 years of afterlife. The residents of Paranormal Palace have a difficult time maintaining solidity at times or even believe-ability, it take a very strong mind to handle the onslaught of mayhem and confusion of half-formed species and hybrid monsters who are also experiencing the shock of residing within an afterlife institution. A disconcerting element of the Palace is that the living can also appear in it’s grandiose halls. Psychics from the living world are able to walk within the grounds and halls of Paranormal Palace, concerned with this phenomena, as this gives the living a glimpse of the afterlife, however, what they see are non-human guests. Aaron is familiar with a few of the psychics who have frequented the Palace and he often uses their resources when he is in the living world to trace renegade spirits.
As stated previously, Aaron served as a military man most of his life. The fighting style of Eastern Europe and the Northern Isles were his training during life. He was adept at close hand-to-hand combat, as well as with a sword, and ax. As he had been in multiple battles, he couldn’t give a clear account of the number of kills he had acquired.
As is the case with every soul that had spent a lifetime in the services of the military, regardless of country, century, or method of death, they were welcomed to Yarborough Station. Aaron had a home located near the barracks due to his rank as an officer. As well as being skilled in manifesting what he desired, he had ensured his own house on the base. A place of refuge from the Manor and his family members, he would often reside within the familiar confines of the base offering his talents and training to the incoming troops as he saw fit. Due to respect to his ranking within the Afterlife Institutions, the other personnel adhered to his demands.
In conclusion, Aaron is the next to inherit Knightshade Manor, once Simon decides to retire and move on to his next lifetime. One to be cautious about the amount of responsibilities placed upon his shoulders, he is constantly testing his cousins and colleagues as to their abilities to assist in the upcoming years wherein he will be the overseer of all of the Institutions set forth in the original agreements developed by the founders of the afterlife institutions. Aaron is the obvious chose to run the Manor, as he is the one who genuinely cares about the patients and direction in which the institutions are headed in the centuries to come.
Greetings to the living,
I am proud to announce, that I have completed the developing of journals for Knightshade Manor. At least for the time being. We have created an allegiance with several other after life housing organizations and are able to advertise their services within these journals to the living.
Within the pages of this journal are summaries of the psychological files of the guests within Knightshade Manor’s vaults that pertain to the lives of individual souls who due to inattention of their own mortality find themselves guests within the Manor. In response to the chaotic atmosphere that surrounds the guests and grounds of the Manor, once again various changes have occurred. For a description of the Manor, its purpose, past and present residents and employees please see the previous volumes of this journal. If further information is desired, or your organization desires to be included in the listings of available afterlife institutions please feel free to contact me. Due to events that transpire continually at Knightshade Manor, the ectoplasm that surrounds the Manor and grounds creates several additions to the Manor and the outlying areas. As I am sure occurs at all of the afterlife institutions.
As stated previously, in volume 7, I have returned to the Manor after several months in the field. My primary goal was to interact and interview potential guests as a means of convincing our patrons that the Manor provided specific services and that their financial contributions were indeed utilized to their fullest potential. My personal primary goal was to seek out the competition and determine if perhaps our guests would be provided better accommodations for some of the living who might be erroneously placed in our care. I have once again returned to the files, and as before, I am organizing the data in a readable format for the living to interpret the afterlife, and the various phases encountered when leaving one’s mortal existence prematurely. It is necessary to clear out the files of patients and their misfortunes as quickly as possible, for more guests are arriving each night. Once they have resided in the Manor a significant amount of time, they have gotten over their lives, and are ready to return to the world of the lving, or move to another institution. As promised, I will include the details of the other institutions that have joined us in the continued care of the dead. Included in this current list will be the definitions of people who work within the individual institutions, their roles, and any linkage they may have to Knightshade Manor.
Within the vault of Knightshade Manor, are the files of the victims of Octavius however, due to the persecution by a religious order, the guests actually reside in the Abbey.
Abbey, The – An institution staffed by members of every known religious order whose own prejudices actually denied them access to their concept of heaven. Their penance is to serve the souls that were killed by the extremist methods wrapped in the cloak of religious dogma. Often, the perpetrators of the tortuous methods and ignorant persecution find themselves, at the receiving end of their zealous victims who are more than happy to return the favor of pain and death to those who wear the robes of the church. As a result of centuries of religious persecution, there are guests from every region of the world, many of whom were killed during wars and crusades.
Simon has yet to locate Octavius, but has relinquished several of the victims who were still wandering the material plane, to the Abbey. The accomplices of Octavius had been relocated to the seventh floor of Knightshade Manor, where Simon alone possesses the key to access, and they await his return.
Browning Memorial Hospital – a place for guests who spent a majority of their lives in hospital whether as a patient, or an employee. They have special needs that pertain to the needs of the illusion of a hospital, with all the attributes that pertain to that illusion. The staff members are dressed as medical personnel, who spend a majority of their time studying terminology and methodologies to practice on the patients, during their experiences.
Dark Highways – are the roadways throughout the world where people have met their untimely demise, those who have lived their lives on the road, and as a result spend their afterlives in the various hotels and roadside diners and stops along the way. Kevin, Louis, Simon, Dena and Raven are all central characters within these journals.
Howard Place – a place for guests who are lost, and waiting to return to their loved ones. These are often people who were killed during storms, and natural disasters, as they are not directly responsible for their own demise. They are routed to this institution that is really just a pleasant waiting room with peach walls comfortable couches and miscellaneous magazines placed on glass topped tables. Each person creates his or her ideal surroundings with an eye to what a waiting room is supposed to look like.
Justice Hall – a place for criminals, people who had wasted most of their lives in institutions, jails, mental hospitals, prisons, choosing a path that denied them access to the gifts that are offered in life. The rooms are set up as holding cells, the guards are police, and demons that personify the people that monitored and controlled the criminals. Judges, lawyers, bailiffs, everyone that chose to experience that attribute of a career find themselves at Justice Hall.
Kerringer’s Castle – a place for children who were never born, and those who were born dying, whether by terminal illness, or negligence on the part of their parents.
Paranormal Palace – a place for all of the elementals, spirits, sprites, demons, angels, banshees, all beings who are unable to fully materialize in the world of the living.
Salisbury Town – a town developed by artists, writers, musicians a safe haven where they may continue their life’s work
Yarborough Station – is a place for those who chose military life as their identity, these are people who died during wars, military combat, acts of terrorism, the facility is set up as a base camp, and training grounds for the guests to still feel the connection with the military life they once lead, there are ample grounds to provide the exterior fields and illusions of re-experiencing the deaths that the guests endured.
Contained within this volume 15, is a summation of the institutions that are responsible for dealing with the psychological problems of the dead. There are other institutions that are awaiting to be accepted into our association, when their application is accepted, they will be listed in the forthcoming journals of Raven Knightshade. The staff and the institution will be further introduced in their own time.
As stated in all previous volumes, the intent of the staff is to facilitate the speedy recovery of all guests who find themselves within our domain, for, as always there is never a limitation to the influx of premature dead.
The afterlife institution of Howard Place consists of a large lobby with a variety of seating and end tables set up to provide a temporary resting area for the recently deceased. The colors are neutral, and the entryways and exits are maintained by the Sylphs who manipulate the waves that surround the building to prevent escape of the guests until they are discharged. As each guests can have a variance of time, there are areas that reflect each major chapter in mankind’s existence. The time spent at Howard Place can be short while, minutes perhaps. However there are guests who have been awaiting centuries, they are not as of yet ready to be discharged.
Brett Stevens – used to be a shy introverted science geek. In his life, he lived a medial existence, rarely taking risks. His career choices involved the hospitality field. He preferred jobs where he could be invisible and not be responsible for anything for which he needed to answer. His affection for his scientific pursuits were never fully understood or appreciated in his lifetime. In Howard Place his role was of primary liaison between the guests and the afterlife institution to which they would relocate.
Chet Brown – a short man, his blond hair, greased into a pageboy style. His piercing blue eyes assessing all that they see. His face was often in a compassionate expression as he felt empathy for all that spirits that found themselves at Howard Place. Part-time lover of Alfred Knightshade, the director of Browning Memorial Hospital. His crush on Brett leads to an on again off again relationship that spans centuries.
Sara Swanson – her blond hair held up in a large bun, and her dark skin her mulatto blood evident in the shape of her eyes and the curvature of her lips. Forced to dress in long flowing skirts and tight bodice whether it be rain or shine during her life, she had chosen to spend her afterlife attired in breeches and a loose shirt such as the fashion choice of the men in Victorian England. Regardless of what she personally chose to look like, the guests at Howard Place illumined her attire into whatever familiar garb that suits their fancy. Her experience of hostess of the finest hotels and residences in life prepared her for her afterlife of hosting the wayward guests of Howard Place. A private person she never allows anyone to know her true personality.
Marilyn Peron – is an elderly Filipino woman who maintains the image of Howard Place. Her personality was one of a wheeler and dealer. The game of negotiation inspired most of her conversations, and her thoughts.
Marion/Marians – are elementals who are perceived by some as demons, while others sees them as angels. They change as per the individual’s personal needs. They act as housekeepers, porters, desk clerks, receptionists, and staff in all afterlife institutions they may be found.
Bradley – is a tall man whose youth is unable to be gauged by all who see him. His role of guests’ relations director enables him to interact with everyone within Howard Place as well staff of other afterlife institutions. It is his final decision as to where guests are to be relocated upon leaving Howard Place.
Lorenzo – is an elemental who maintains the grounds, and buildings of Howard Place. It is his meticulous attention to detail that drove him to this task as caretaker with no recognition of his works. His Latino features were handsome and his physique of one who had spent his lifetime in physical labor. He was proud of his body and had kept the illusion in his afterlife.
Sofie – is the file keeper for this afterlife Institution. Her horn-rimmed black frame glasses she peered at all of the guests, staff and visitors of Howard Place. Her charming smile and short stature were her easiest identifiable traits. Her death during childbirth gave her the maternal instincts required to draw confessions and stories from all she meets. She has a propensity for loose skirts and flowing blouses. Her Romanian ancestry evident in her features; her blue black hair curled around her pale white skin. Her coral lips, and large green eyes provided an inspiration to many of the guests who left Howard Place to reside at Salisbury Town.
Sylphs – elementals who control water, all forms of water. They have an elaborate system of water walls that contain boundaries and images to keep the guests of Howard Place unaware of any other existence. The behaviors and desires of each guest are reflected on the walls. It assists the staff in relocating the guests to another afterlife institution. The sylphs have green skin, blue eyes and hair of shades of green to blond. They are thin, and can change into any form based from water.