Jamie Lancer | Age: 18 |
F/C: Crystal Reed | Doubter | Ships: Josh Evans
What made you want to come on this show?:
“This answer is simple. Curiosity and to get away from it all. Have problems? What’s better then locking yourself up in a house for a while, away from the world?”
Do you believe in ghosts?
“Pfft, please. There is no way I would believe in something like that. Do I look like I’m 5 years old? Ghost stories don’t scare me anymore okay? People don’t stick around after they die. They just leave you.”
Why don’t you believe in ghosts?
“Because it’s childish to think they are real. You don’t stick around after you die. You’re just in the ground, gone, cold, dead. That’s it. Nothing more. You don’t float around and scare people.”
Are you afraid?
“Why would I be afraid of a house? Life outside the house is a lot scarier then life inside.”
Jamie was a happy little girl. She came from a good home: Her, her mom, her father, and her older sister Sarah. They had there fights, as most families do, but fore the most part they loved each other and got along. They were happy.
When she was 15 her sister, age 23, and her were driving back from a movie. Sarah was visiting from college and Jamie was so happy to have her favorite person back, even if it was for a short time. There was the sound of a horn, headlights, and next thing she knew she was waking up in the hospital. Jamie’s parents were there and told her that Sarah was dead. Her best friend and sister was gone forever.
Life went downhill after that for Jamie. She went into a deep depression, and started to drink at the young age of 15. For years she drank her sorrow’s away, stealing from her parents and getting alchohol from older kids at her school. She drifted away from her parents, and it was like the perfect family fell apart. Jamie lost sight of who she was as a person, and she didn’t know how to get it all back.
Jamie has a cute smile, and happy spirit deep under her hard exterior. Most people think she’s unfriendly, but really she’s a sweet girl. She just can’t remember what it’s like to be herself. She came to the house as a way to get away from it all. Away from the sadness and away from the alchohol. She’s trying to quit drinking, but finds temptations everywhere at home. Jamie assumed there would be no drinking in the house, so it would be like a more entertaining form of rehab. But the ghost thing? She doesn’t buy it. Once you are dead, you are gone forever. Just like her sister. Sarah is gone, and her ghost isn’t going to stop by and say hello.