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Heyem told Jarad all about Alex seeing the Ghost of Baio-Yujia, and so Jarad made his way straight to her hospital bed to be with her, using this as a good excuse to visit.

Alexand’s back story, set on Christmas Island, Australia (3991)

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Alexand is being haunted by the ghost of Baio-Yujia Sun

Alexand’s back story, set on Christmas Island, Australia (3991)

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Alexand waited for Abouna to leave, along with the documents and unable to move she lays in her hospital bed, staring out at the portal window, which looks out at the bottom of the sea.

Alexand’s back story, set on Christmas Island, Australia (3991)

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Jarad materialised some warm clothes for them both and spent time comforting Alex. It didn’t take Alex long to begin attempting to plan their next moves, despite having lost her eyesight.

Alexand’s back story, set in China (3991)

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Alex has a writer full of potential cures, and needs to get her group out of the facility, unnoticed by the guard. This means remaining with the socialites for a few hours longer, to avoid suspicion. (A note from the author: Fight fascism. Never give up on hope and love and a future where everyone is treated with respect, dignity and equality.)

Alexand's back story, set in Russia (3991)

Alexand’s back story, set in Russia (3991)

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Alexand wakes up in danger, after sleep walking over the edge of a cliff. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Alexand's backstory, set in Australia (3990)

Alexand’s backstory, set in Australia (3990)

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It is the night before Alexand’s ship is due to set sail back home to India, but she can’t sleep. Although the inhibitor is slowing down the progression of her symptoms, Alex is getting night fevers and experiencing hallucinations. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Alexand's backstory, set in Australia, (3990)

Alexand’s backstory, set in Australia, (3990)

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