Castiel and the Winchesters figured out her plan and went back in time to stop her. Anna killed John's boss, Mr. Woodson , at the garage John worked at. She then called John up while posing as Mr. Woodson, and lured him to the garage to kill him. When she was attacking him, she got distracted by Dean and then Mary attacking her with angel blades.
They managed to hold her off long enough for Sam to banish her. Realizing that she was outnumbered, Anna summoned the Uriel of for backup. He recognized that she was not the Anna of , but to enlist his aid in her mission, she claimed that she was still his superior, that the Winchesters killed him in the future, and that she was giving him the opportunity to kill them first. Together, the angels destroyed the Enochian sigils, made the holy oil vanish, and broke the windows and lights in the house that the Winchesters were hiding in.
They attacked the family, with Anna fighting and eventually killing Sam. Anna's true form was composed of bright light that blinded and could even kill humans upon direct eye contact; she also had wings, as seen when right before she vanished after regaining her grace. Her human body was that of a pale-skinned young woman who was 5'6" with long red hair, wide hazel eyes, and small moles on her cheeks. Her hair was a very dark, vivid shade of red in Season 4 which had lightened to auburn by the time she reappeared in Season 5.
Once she escaped the mental institution, she began wearing a frilly button-down white shirt and jeans with a green jacket, the last of which she later swapped out in favor of a navy coat that went down to mid-thigh. Her body was destroyed by her grace in " Heaven and Hell ", but she had it restored by calling in "favors" from an unknown entity and used it as her earthly vessel until her death. Anna was earnest, compassionate, and trusting to a fault: despite the horror she felt at Ruby 's true face, she accepted that Ruby was indeed different from other demons and treated her in a friendly manner after she saved Anna's life, and repeatedly tried to protect and guide Castiel despite the fact that he had orders to kill her, because she did not believe he would even try.
She held a bitter grudge against anyone who broke that trust or otherwise hurt her, though she would still willing to help that person. Anna was initially timid, distressed, and uncertain when the brothers met her, but became more authoritative and reserved upon regaining her memories and even more so when she regained her grace. She was extremely dedicated to any cause she pledged herself to, as Castiel noted that the only way of stopping her would be killing her.
Like Gabriel , she enjoyed sex and sweets. Anna was dissatisfied with her existence as an angel. She disliked the strict rules governing her, and also admitted to not understanding God. While at first she longed to return to Heaven during her station on Earth , she grew hungry for humanity and risked the wrath of her family by falling for the sake of her own happiness; this shows that Anna had a certain recklessness and selfishness.
She feared punishment for her disobedience to such a degree that she had to go to a psychiatrist as a child, but once she repressed her true identity, she became happy and well-adjusted with many friends and a promising future. She resented her siblings for their treatment of her as an abomination, but also wanted their companionship and actively encouraged them to join her.
This was seen when she implored Castiel to think for himself though she was heartbroken by his betrayal. In their next meeting, Anna was resentful to him and didn't hesitate to make it known and only stopped after he threatened her to protect his friends, even seeming proud of his change. Unlike many other angels besides Gabriel and Castiel , Anna viewed humans as superior to her own kind; she especially valued their capacity for emotions.
Her attachment to humanity was one of her strongest traits: she tore out her own grace to experience life as a human, she confessed to Dean that she would have preferred not to turn back into an angel, and she betrayed Sam and Dean in attempt to stop The Apocalypse , which would save billions of lives and preserve free will. Anna was willing to commit extreme actions for the greater good. She killed her brother Uriel to prevent him from serving Lucifer , as well as to save Castiel.
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In her desperation to stop the Apocalypse, she decided first to kill Sam to prevent Lucifer from using him as a vessel and then to undo the Apocalypse entirely by killing John and Mary to prevent from Sam and Dean from existing in the first place, despite her alliance with Sam and Dean and her affection for Dean in particular.
However, although Anna could not be swayed once she made her decision, she regretted doing what she saw as necessary in attacking the Winchesters, and repeatedly apologized to them. Anna was implied to have been a powerful angel when at full strength due to her having once been the superior of Castiel and Uriel , who were both formidable in their own right.
When Dean challenged them to go after her at the end of Heaven and Hell , he implied that they were too frightened by her to do so. Whereas Castiel was unable to smite Alastair , Anna's power was such that she destroyed the demon 's vessel and sent him back to Hell as a mere side-effect of regaining her grace. Like all higher ranking angels, Anna retained all of her powers even when cut-off from Heaven as seen with her ability to smite Mr. Woodson after time traveling. Where the series leaves me behind is in this genuinely fetishistic obsession with having you watch Clementine watch utter horror.
Yeah, maybe the first time. But after ten episodes of farcical cruelty it just became revolting. Only because the games were so boring, uninvolved and repetitive did I struggle to find the energy to care, but on some barely-interested level I worried about the minds that felt the need to just keep repeating the same theme. So when Season 3 started off with a different cast, Clementine only mentioned in reference to how your S2 save finished for me on her own with AJ , I was relieved. Finally we could perhaps see a different perspective, find some new stories.
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Suffer and suffer and suffer. Her appearance is spoiled by the Chapter Select menu, by the way, in case you think me overstepping here. Seasons 1 and 2 bludgeoned the first two into a grisly pulp, so season 3 leans immediately on the third. And once again this is just more of the same barely interactive dross, where your most likely cause of failure will be not realising the game finally wants you to do something before a timer runs out. Much better suited for a tablet, where dumbly staring with nothing to do feels less utterly soul-destroying than with your hands uselessly hovering near a mouse and keyboard, the half-arsed PC conversion just underlines the futility of your role.
Hammer at Q, press E. Wait eight minutes. Wait four minutes. Press right, press E, press down. Wait seven minutes. Get told to walk forward for literally six steps, then sit back again as it takes over. If you wish you may tell the police to be careful not to rile me. Of course, I am a reasonable spirit. I take no offense at the way they have conducted their investigations in the past.
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In fact, they have been so utterly stupid as to not only amuse me, but His Satanic Majesty, Francis Josef, etc. But tell them to beware. Let them not try to discover what I am; for it were better that they were never born than to incur the wrath of the Axeman. They are wise and know how to keep away from all harm. Undoubtedly, you Orleanians think of me as a most horrible murderer, which I am, but I could be much worse if I wanted to. If I wished, I could pay a visit to your city every night.
At will I could slay thousands of your best citizens, for I am in close relationship with the Angel of Death. Now, to be exact, at earthly time on next Tuesday night, I am going to pass over New Orleans. In my infinite mercy, I am going to make a little proposition to you people.
I am very fond of jazz music, and I swear by all the devils in the nether regions that every person shall be spared in whose home a jazz band is in full swing at the time I have just mentioned. If everyone has a jazz band going, well, then, so much the better for you people. One thing is certain and that is that some of your people who do not jazz it on Tuesday night if there be any will get the axe.
Well, as I am cold and crave the warmth of my native Tartarus, and it is about time I leave your earthly home, I will cease my discourse. Hoping that thou wilt publish this, that it may go well with thee, I have been, am and will be the worst spirit that ever existed either in fact or realm of fancy. The city followed the instructions of this maniacal killer filling homes, restaurants and the streets of the French Quarter with music.
No murders occurred that night. The brutal killings resumed again on August 3, , again maiming and killing victims ending in October that same year with the murder of grocer Mike Pepitone. A little over a year later, the person who many believed may have been the Axeman had been shot in California. Mike Pepitone. The case remains a mystery as no actual evidence ever surfaced proving that Mumfre was the Axeman.
The phantom never returned to New Orleans after his murder. No one will ever know. Their signature is a little different. These are not always necessary when identifying offenders, but can be useful when attempting to link multiple cases together. In the early s, New Orleans experienced a chain of horrific axe murders. The authorities linked the Axeman murders through several similarities in each of the cases. In all of the murders, a wooden panel was chiseled out of a back door.
Also, an axe was the weapon of choice in these murders. It is hard to determine if these similarities were signatures or MO. If this is the case, then the chiseling of the door is a part of his MO.
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But is it possible that it is his signature? Questions have arisen concerning the likelihood that a grown man could fit through small panels in order to enter the home. As an MO, it would require a lot of extra effort. Weapons of choice are also possibly illuminating. What made the Axeman pick up the axe? In his search for the axe, he probably walked past several potential weapons, like kitchen knives or shaving razors. Why not use any of these other potential weapons? Does this automatically mean the use of an axe is his signature?
Not necessarily, he could have been used to using an axe. In this case, logical reasoning was employed to commit the murders; therefore, the use of the axe was his MO. What if logic had nothing to do with it? In his fantasies, the Axeman could use the axe to commit the murders. If he goes against these fantasies, it will not produce the same thrill and joy as following them exactly as he imagined.
He even used their own axe to kill them—using their own weapon against them might add extra pleasure.
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If pleasure and emotional satisfaction were the factors in choosing the axe as his weapon, then the axe was more of a signature than the MO. In the Axeman murders, it is impossible to be sure exactly what his MO and signatures were. No suspects were ever convicted so none of these questions could be answered.