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'''Lift Shaft''' is a location appearing in [[Fragile|''Fragile'']], situated in the [[Mercy Falls]].
 
'''Lift Shaft''' is a location appearing in [[Fragile|''Fragile'']], situated in the [[Mercy Falls]].
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
Lift Shaft was most notably known for the suicide of [[Charlotte Rivers]] in the [[Year 1959|year 1959]] when she committed suicide in the lift shaft, by falling from the 2nd floor post wearing metal frame and murdering [[Mandy Phillips]]. The shaft was inhabited by the ghost of Charlotte Rivers ever since until it was permanently closed in the [[Year 1999|year 1999]].
 
Lift Shaft was most notably known for the suicide of [[Charlotte Rivers]] in the [[Year 1959|year 1959]] when she committed suicide in the lift shaft, by falling from the 2nd floor post wearing metal frame and murdering [[Mandy Phillips]]. The shaft was inhabited by the ghost of Charlotte Rivers ever since until it was permanently closed in the [[Year 1999|year 1999]].
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[[Category:Locations in the Mercy Falls]]

Latest revision as of 14:06, September 25, 2016

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Lift Shaft
Biographical information
Location

Mercy Falls

Appearances

Fragile

Purpose

Shaft

Lift Shaft is a location appearing in Fragile, situated in the Mercy Falls.

HistoryEdit

Lift Shaft was most notably known for the suicide of Charlotte Rivers in the year 1959 when she committed suicide in the lift shaft, by falling from the 2nd floor post wearing metal frame and murdering Mandy Phillips. The shaft was inhabited by the ghost of Charlotte Rivers ever since until it was permanently closed in the year 1999.

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