The Goths have lived in town since time immemorial.
Cheerful and outgoing, Mortimer brings his old country upbringing into the modern age. He has an unusual fondness for insects.
Bella – her name in Italian means “beauty” and it fits her better than her red leather corset. Descended from a long line of occultists, mystics and decadents, she has thrown convention to the wind. Her disdain for the pedestrian and normal is only matched by her sense of ennui and isolation. She distracts herself from this world with a little organ practice and exotic gardening of the lethal variety.
Cassandra is the quiet, mysterious type. Nobody ever knows quite what she’s thinking.