Name: Alexandra Harmon
Appearance: Alexandra has long white blonde hair which reaches down past her shoulders and highlights her fair skin. Alexandra's eyes are a greenish blue colour. Alexandra has a tall willowy body shape.
Personality: Alexandra is quite removed from reality. She's mostly quiet preferring to observe the world around her than to actually take part in it. However she has a cruel streak and a rather mean sense of humour that borders on the sociopathic as one moment she can be calm, collected and agreeable and the next she can be vindictive, mean and viciously cruel.
Other: Growing up Alexandra wasn't like most of the other little girls her age. She didn't like playing with dolls and mostly contented herself reading books but it was the subject nature of these books that caused her parents to worry.
Instead of picture books about princesses and pony's Alexandra preferred to read books about serial killers, mass murderers and haunted houses and would become hostile and even physically violent if someone took her books away from her.
Scared that this would rub off on their youngest daughter Ben and Vivien Harmon started taking Alexandra to see a child physiatrist who diagnosed Alexandra with a severe case of psychosis and recommended she be institutionalised for her own safety and the safety of her younger sister Violet who was beginning to show signs of low grade psychosis herself.
Alexandra was admitted at age six to an institute specifically for children with severe mental illness ran by a local church, Alexandra didn't like the nuns who looked after the children in the institute and constantly belittled their belief in god as she herself didn't believe and couldn't understand how anyone else could.
While in the institute Alexandra learned to manipulate the people around her, she learnt when good behaviour was rewarded with books or longer visiting hours and when bad behaviour was met with electro shock therapy.
Alexandra was released in six months after convincing her therapist she had made a full recovery going so far as to ask her parents in a session they attended if she could have a Barbie for her birthday.
Alexandra never forgave her parents for what they did to her and after her release cut herself off emotionally from them and others. The only person Alexandra cares for or about is Violet her younger sister.