Helen is one of the accessible heroines depending on
what you do in the prologue. Helen is an assistant
professor of criminal psychology and is curious about
Scissorman in the Clock Tower Case she wants to do a
profile on him... in turn, he wants her dead.
Jennifer is the other accessible heroine. Jennifer
lost her parents when she was young and was raised in
an orphanage. After her narrow escape from the Scissorman
a year ago, Helen, who was investigating the case took her
in. After a year together, they developed a sisterly
relationship. Jennifer's difficult life has made her
tough and inventive. She had to be to stay alive.
Reporter for a third-rate tabloid, Nolan was targeted
by Scissorman when he started getting a little too interested
in the Clock Tower case when investigating for a story.
Professor of criminal psychology. Provides psychological
profiling research, and investigates the Clock Tower Case
From this angle.
Research assistant studying criminal psychology. Harris is
a sneaky, small, gaunt man and has a warped infatuation with Jennifer.
Officer investigating the Clock Tower case. Stan is
Obsessed with tracking Scissorman. A believer in hands
on experience, he places no faith in the supernatural and
believes that he'll be able to bring this case to a close.
Edward is another person that survived the Clock Tower incident
a year ago. His true identity is unknown. He lost his memory when
rescued and was taken to Granite Orphanage, where he was named.