Patient Record: Alice Cooper

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Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Sana on Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:15 pm

Name: Alice Cooper
Gender: Male
Species: Human
Age: Unknown, most likely in his 30s.
DOB: Unknown; no official records exist.
Height: 5' 9.5"
Weight: 152 lb

Symptoms: Multiple Personalities, Homicidal Tendencies, Dementia, Hallucinations.

Biography: Alice was born "Steven". Life was ok up until age 12. He had friends in school but when he left elementary school and moved to Middle School he was unpopular. He lost his younger sister when he was 10. His father was abusive and regularly beat and sexually abused him and his mother. While drunk, his father forced Steven into the car and drove to "Get away from it all." One day Steven got daddy's gun. As he came upstairs, Steven shot the old man, put a whole in his eye.

As a result of the murder, Steven was taken from his mother and institutionalized. It was at this time (around age 12) He started to exhibit signs of personality disorder and regularly spoke to "Alice". High school education was provided by the institution. Steven was allowed a pet, he choose a tarantula and started to develop an obsession with spiders. His favorite became the Black Widow for it's sheer dominance and how deadly it is.

Upon completing his High school education he didn't really show any interest in a particular career. He was enticed to join a local freak show and travel with them as a performer thanks to above average reflexes/reactions and a witty tongue. He started out as a "Trained freak" who preformed as a juggler and fire breather and did tricks such as the human blockhead. Eventually, after about 5 years of preforming, Steven was set up to become the aged the ring masters replacement. It was during this time Alice surfaced again.

Alice loved the circus; Steven was a quiet sweet boy who wanted a quiet sweet life. The arrogant, fantastic showy world of the freak show was Alice world and Steven became the dormant personality. Eventually being locked away to never be named again. Except on very rare occasions and only when Alice thought he was alone would he ever talk to Steven. This was the only time in his life he was happy . The side show traveled but after another further 5 years of being the ring master. Alice purchased a run down theater and began planning shows that had themes. He invented dark twisted theater / horror theater or at least brought it to that area. "People LOVE to be scared" was one of his favorite quotes.

But some people do not love to be scared. The people didn't get bored of the shows. Alice always strove to make them better and better but he went too far to keep people shocked, keep on the cutting edge, each show better than the last.

Parts of the stage were destroyed, fire became more prominent. Some of the death acts were... well it was hard to tell where pretend stopped and real began. Bestial acts betwixt animals in stage clothes as monsters or demons and women, young girls,. Live sodomy, volunteers for murders and deaths in the story that looked... too real and that's not even everything that went on.

Eventually the people demanded the theater closed and Ran the circus out of town, leaving Alice alone with his building, all alone. It was then the girls started going missing. Steven was actively fighting Alice to end the homicidal urges. Alice however is having his own problems. No one has ever loved him or Steven.

The girls that he started abducting he would kill in a very precise fashion. His spider obsession has escalated so that now he believes he IS one in human form. A Black Widow trapped in a mans body. The name "Alice" makes all the more sense to him. Also, the nightmares he suffers from are becoming more frequent.

The girls he would lure either with seduction, trickery or downright, rather crass, brute force were injected with tranquilizers at first. They would awake in a silk night gown or similar. Then they would be injected again. This time with Poison. Once they were dead Alice may or may not have sex with the corpse. The last act would be the removal of one of the corpses legs which Alice would then sew onto his "Spider suit."

It all went wrong at the end. He fell in love with the 8th Victim.. He couldn't kill her. He let her go and thus was caught.

Medical History: No medical abnormalities

Has the patient been referred by a court ruling?: A court ruled that Alice be taken to the nearest mental institute for assessment. It will then be ruled weather he will be executed or imprisoned in a maximum security institution. Alice is quite capable at ACTING sane and knows how to manipulate people like puppets. He is seeking to appeal for a non life sentence.

Has the patient been previously diagnosed with any mental or health illnesses?: Multiple Personality Disorder when he was institutionalized as Steven when he was a young boy.

Has the patient been known to harm them self or others (or both)?: Yes, very rarely himself.

Privileged Patient?: No

Current Medications: None

[ Reference: http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a177/Zanderguard/Aliceshowmanmarvel.jpg ]


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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Rozetta on Fri Oct 07, 2011 7:52 pm

PMHN Rozetta Stone

Log Entry:
I entered patient Cooper's room during daily room checks, and discovered him inside with patient Karnald Colton. Certain events unfolded (See log entry for this date within Colton's file for further details.) and at one point patient Cooper struck me down with a chair. According to a security guard who I had hailed he began muttering about 'guilt', being framed, and needing to 'get out of here'. Said security guard was struck by Cooper, who managed to get the guard's taser and used it on patient Colton in self-defense.

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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Sana on Fri Oct 07, 2011 8:27 pm

Patient in isolation until further notice from doctors.

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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Mason on Sun Oct 16, 2011 7:06 pm

Written by Mason Conrad:

Patient has stated that the reason as to why he attacked staff member 'Rozetta Stones' was simply because he 'wanted to get in touch with her feminine side'. This could quite possibly be related to his record of luring and killing women as stated within his background. As I questioned him, he began to shift into a different personality. This personality appeared to be more 'innocent', and goes by the name of 'Steven'. The patient appeared to be constantly shifting from one personality to another, making conversation rather difficult. If he is to be released, than the patient must be put on a 24/7 watch or any other sort of restraint.


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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Zephyrus on Sun Oct 23, 2011 11:52 pm

Dr. Allen Carter's report:

Was called to patient's cell to bandage foot injuries inflicted by what appeared to be pieces of broken ceramic. Patient had to receive light sedation to be handled. Recommend therapists review the situation as patient appeared to be experiencing extreme hallucinations and anxiety.

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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Mason on Wed Oct 26, 2011 9:43 pm

Written by Mason Conrad:

The patient was brought in to be questioned about both his injuries and hallucinations. Upon entering the room, I took note that he was in the 'Steven' personality. Something seemed to be bothering him, so I asked about his well-being. Steven claimed that the injuries were due to an 'accident', and that he 'had to stay awake'. When asked about why he 'had to stay awake', the patient replied, "I go places at night. Things come for me. I have to stay awake sometimes." I assumed that he was referring to a nightmare. He described the nightmares to be filled with fire, monsters, the devil, and his father. These nightmares started at an early age and have been a regular occurrence. When these nightmares first began, 'Alice' began to form. The patient appears to hold some fondness for his other personality despite the radical difference in nature, but this is due to 'Alice' generally protecting 'Steven' from harm.

"At night, Alice has to go to bad places where he doesn't want to go but has to. He's always chasing rainbows," said Steven. When asked to explain, Steven continues with: "He has to go because he has to make sure the things there keep away from me. Chasing rainbows... He never has any friends or does well in life, but he tries." When pondering as to why the nightmares came to be in the first place, we concluded that the nightmares were a form of trauma caused by the initial abuse from his father (who was killed by Alice). In the end, the patient felt uncomfortable, so I sent him off to his cell.


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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Mason on Wed Nov 30, 2011 8:40 pm

Written by Mason Conrad:

The patient was sent to Isolation due to his recent assault on a guard. Upon being questioned about the ordeal, Alice claimed that the guard was 'one of them' (referring to the creatures within his nightmares). When informed that the being was simply a figment of his nightmare, the patient began to show aggression. He further claimed that the guard was a "...giant centipede type-thing with human arms and big pincers!" I suggested to him that the integration of his personalities could possibly resolve his issue with the nightmares. The idea was rejected, but I attempted to coax him into considering it. Eventually, Alice listened to my explanation of integration. Afterwards, the patient began showing aggression with the intent to kill off the being that's been 'haunting' him (particularly the guard). Because of this, he will be kept in isolation until further notice.

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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Mason on Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:36 pm

Written by Mason Conrad:

I visited the patient in order to commence a session. He seemed to still be in his 'Alice' personality. The patient found that he was indeed still unharmed from the 'monsters' despite the weeks he spent in isolation. Eventually, he came to accept that the monsters weren't existent in reality. Alice also agreed to attempt integration. Afterwards, we decided to discuss about his dreams and how he would be able to differentiate reality from nightmares. We also discussed about how his monsters 'harm' him. It was concluded that the only reason the 'monsters' ever appeared and ever seemed to cause any psychological damage was due to his very fear of those monsters. As the session ended with the patient being escorted out, Alice claimed that he 'was shrinking'. He decided to crawl out of isolation, which opens up a new topic for a follow-up session.

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Re: Patient Record: Alice Cooper

Post  Zephyrus on Fri Oct 12, 2012 10:53 pm

Guard's report:

Patient created a disturbance in the garden involving two fellow patients, one of whom left before the confrontation (Cael Pearce and Lenna Ellis). Patient Cooper charged at Pearce but was stopped by his guard. Cooper bit his guard in the arm and was tazed twice to restrain him. He made one more attempt to catch Pearce, licking his leg, before he was fully restrained and taken to isolation.

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