Date of Birth
February 22nd, 1986
Date of Death
September 3rd, 2011
Brenna grew up with a sister 10 years older than her. When she was 9, her sister got married, and she was the flower girl at the wedding. A year later, she became an Aunt. Brenna was good friends with Cyan Lynn until she moved away when she was 5 years old. The two did write each other a few times after that. She was also friends with AJ Kennedy, and Morgan Kurtis.
Brenna did very well in High School. History was by far her best subject, while math was by far her worst. She attended North Miami High School, where she was on the cheerleading Squad.
|World History I||96%||A|
|World history II||98%||A+|
|Computer Systems Information||87%||B|
|Advanced Computer Systems Information||82%||B-|
|AP European History||96%||A|
After High School, Brenna applied to and got accepted into Virginia Tech. While there she made friends with some of the people from Indigo Bay, a nearby town. Among those people were Gemma Addison, Rachel Kearnes and Erika Clapp.
After finishing college, Brenna became a curator at a History Museum in Washington DC. It was a job she enjoyed very much. She'd return home to visit about once every 3 months. She'd usually only remain home for a couple of weeks at a time.
Return to Passion PointEdit
In 2010, Brenna's sister and brother-in-law were in a horrible car accident and died. Caitlin had to be hospitialized. Brenna had to return home. Her sister had named her guardian of the children. So Brenna returned to Passion Point, and took custody of them. Erik Turner began a long legal battle against her. But Theresa Wisemail helped Brenna out.
Passion Point Psychopath MurdersEdit
During the Psychopath Murders, Brenna answered questions about the town, and Erik Turner. She and Erik often clashed. She also talked about her good friend Cyan, who had recently returned to town. Her nephew Jeremy was also kidnapped during the investigation, but was later found okay. Brenna was murdered along with four others on September 3rd by Edward Adair. He chose to kill her to get closer to Caitlin, and make her vulnerable.
"Cyan and I go way back. We've been great friends forever. Mrs. Lynn is pretty nice too. Kinda weird calling her that though."
"He's a real douchebag." - on Erik Turner
"Not much. But at the time... many nuns were women who had just given birth to children without being married."
"The Town was founded on August 4th, 1711 by Claudius Emerson. He was the first mayor of our town, and he served as mayor for 20 years. In 1712, St. Catherine's Church was built. And in 1731, Claudius's son was named the second mayor of the town. The next notable event... was really in 1860. During the civil war. Abraham Emerson and Richard Wisemail both supported different sides of the war. Emerson supported the union, while Wisemail supported the south. The council agreed with Emerson, but ended up supporting Richard Wisemail. Rumor has it that Richard bullied the families in town to support him. He threatened to shut their businesses down if they didn't support him. Since then, we've never had another Emerson mayor. Richard Wisemail served for 32 years. His son Xander served 62 years as Mayor. Mayor Alec Wisemail has served 30 years so far. We've had 12 mayors.
Claudius Emerson (20 years)
Jonathan Emerson (20 years)
Matthew Emerson (19 years)
Thomas Emerson (23 years)
William Quincy Emerson (10 years)
Franklin Emerson (23 years)
Garland Emerson (30 years)
Abraham Emerson (4 years) -- he was the first mayor not succeded by his death.
Richard Wisemail (32 years)
Xander Wisemail (65 years)
Alistair Wisemail (24 years) -- he was the first mayor to retire
Alec Wisemail (30 years)"
"It's not unlikely. Most of them probably joined the convent in the first place because they had given birth out of wedlock."
"It was built in 1712. It was a catholic church. The only known priest was Father Thomas Lumen. And he's known mostly because of the murders. The Church was burned down in 1881."
"My sister and her husband... they... drove off a bridge. It was really foggy... Caitlin was with them at the time. She was the only survivor..."
"In 1991, the town was made a gated community. During the Civil War, the power in the town shifted from the Emersons to the Wisemails."
"There's no record of why the shift occurred... it was weird. Because-- Richard Wisemail was a confederate supporter. While most of the council supported the Union."
"I was only six at the time. but I believe it had to do with a series of murders." - on why Passion Point became a gated community