— The Castle —
Sonnenstein Castle—simply known as “The Castle”—has housed patients of strange mentalities since 1811, while it started with good intentions, taking only the patients deemed curable, as the times changed so did its staff. Stationed in Prima, Germany, just outside Dresden, it was a prime location during the second world war, from 1940 it became known as NS-Tötungsanstalt Sonnenstein, otherwise The Sonnenstein Euthenasia Centre, and there, within just a year, 15,000 patients and concentration camp prisoners were euthanised. It was one of six that were in operation in Saxony, and was the worst sites of Nazi war crimes.
The Castle was shut down in early 1946, the war had ended and the people saw no use for it, but little did they know that somebody else did—Doctor Josef Rudolf Mengele; infamous for performing human experiments on camp inmates, including children, for which he was nicknamed the "Angel of Death". After having been dismissed from his post in Auschwitz, he took on a side project of his own and continued on his studies on fresh, new patients.

Sonnenstein Castle—simply known as “The Castle”—has housed patients of strange mentalities since 1811, while it started with good intentions, taking only the patients deemed curable, as the times changed so did its staff. Stationed in Pirna, Germany, just outside Dresden, it was a prime location during the second world war, from 1940 it became known as NS-Tötungsanstalt Sonnenstein, otherwise The Sonnenstein Euthenasia Centre, and there, within just a year, 15,000 patients and concentration camp prisoners were euthanised. It was one of six that were in operation in Saxony, and was the worst sites of Nazi war crimes.
The Castle was shut down in early 1946, the war had ended and the people saw no use for it, but little did they know that somebody else did—Doctor Josef Rudolf Mengele; infamous for performing human experiments on camp inmates, including children, for which he was nicknamed the “Angel of Death”. After having been dismissed from his post in Auschwitz, he took on a side project of his own and continued on his studies on fresh, new patients.

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Sonnenstein Castle—simply known as “The Castle”—has housed patients of strange mentalities since 1811, while it started with good intentions, taking only the patients deemed curable, as the times changed so did its staff. Stationed in Pirna, Germany, just outside Dresden, it was a prime location during the second world war, from 1940 it became known as NS-Tötungsanstalt Sonnenstein, otherwise The Sonnenstein Euthenasia Centre, and there, within just a year, 15,000 patients and concentration camp prisoners were euthanised. It was one of six that were in operation in Saxony, and was the worst sites of Nazi war crimes.

The Castle was shut down in early 1946, the war had ended and the people saw no use for it, but little did they know that somebody else did—Doctor Josef Rudolf Mengele; infamous for performing human experiments on camp inmates, including children, for which he was nicknamed the “Angel of Death”. After having been dismissed from his post in Auschwitz, he took on a side project of his own and continued on his studies on fresh, new patients.

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Sonnenstein Castle—simply known as “The Castle”—has housed patients of strange mentalities since 1811, while it started with good intentions, taking only the patients deemed curable, as the times changed so did its staff. Stationed in Pirna, Germany, just outside Dresden, it was a prime location during the second world war, from 1940 it became known as NS-Tötungsanstalt Sonnenstein, otherwise The Sonnenstein Euthenasia Centre, and there, within just a year, 15,000 patients and concentration camp prisoners were euthanised. It was one of six that were in operation in Saxony, and was the worst sites of Nazi war crimes.
The Castle was shut down in early 1946, the war had ended and the people saw no use for it, but little did they know that somebody else did—Doctor Josef Rudolf Mengele; infamous for performing human experiments on camp inmates, including children, for which he was nicknamed the “Angel of Death”. After having been dismissed from his post in Auschwitz, he took on a side project of his own and continued on his studies on fresh, new patients.

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Sonnenstein Castle—simply known as “The Castle”—has housed patients of strange mentalities since 1811, while it started with good intentions, taking only the patients deemed curable, as the times changed so did its staff. Stationed in Pirna, Germany, just outside Dresden, it was a prime location during the second world war, from 1940 it became known as NS-Tötungsanstalt Sonnenstein, otherwise The Sonnenstein Euthenasia Centre, and there, within just a year, 15,000 patients and concentration camp prisoners were euthanised. It was one of six that were in operation in Saxony, and was the worst sites of Nazi war crimes.

The Castle was shut down in early 1946, the war had ended and the people saw no use for it, but little did they know that somebody else did—Doctor Josef Rudolf Mengele; infamous for performing human experiments on camp inmates, including children, for which he was nicknamed the “Angel of Death”. After having been dismissed from his post in Auschwitz, he took on a side project of his own and continued on his studies on fresh, new patients.

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Nikolaus Muschkat | Thirty-nine | Occupation; Physician, and friend.
Nikolaus was a German soldier and physician, Jew Sympathiser. His father was a Jew, straight, all the way, through and through, they spoke only Yiddish in the house, his father was unable to speak any other language. Nikolaus, however, did not identify himself as Jewish, as his father was awfully old, and thus he was absent as a parent, they did not interact all that much, the norms of being Jewish did not apply to them. There was no synagogue, there was no abstinance from pork and, not to mention, his mother was Irish.
They lived in Poland and as soon as the country was invaded and taken over by the Nazis, Nikolaus was taken from university, kicking and screaming, where he was studying medicine, to serve as a Soldier. The last of his education was given to him on the field, studying with a higher doctor until he was able to perform the complicated medical procedures himself. He did not like serving with them one bit, he loathed what they were doing, who they were and everything they stood for.
After a brief romance with another soldier—nobody could say he hadn’t tried it—he was permitted leave of the Army to serve, instead, in Sonnenstein Castle, where he stayed on as a physician after the war had ended, by his own request to Josef Mengele. He had nowhere else to go. As far as Nikolaus knew his entire family, and every friend he had made, were dead.
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Nikolaus Muschkat | Thirty-nine | Occupation; Physician, and friend.

Nikolaus was a German soldier and physician, Jew Sympathiser. His father was a Jew, straight, all the way, through and through, they spoke only Yiddish in the house, his father was unable to speak any other language. Nikolaus, however, did not identify himself as Jewish, as his father was awfully old, and thus he was absent as a parent, they did not interact all that much, the norms of being Jewish did not apply to them. There was no synagogue, there was no abstinance from pork and, not to mention, his mother was Irish.

They lived in Poland and as soon as the country was invaded and taken over by the Nazis, Nikolaus was taken from university, kicking and screaming, where he was studying medicine, to serve as a Soldier. The last of his education was given to him on the field, studying with a higher doctor until he was able to perform the complicated medical procedures himself. He did not like serving with them one bit, he loathed what they were doing, who they were and everything they stood for.

After a brief romance with another soldier—nobody could say he hadn’t tried it—he was permitted leave of the Army to serve, instead, in Sonnenstein Castle, where he stayed on as a physician after the war had ended, by his own request to Josef Mengele. He had nowhere else to go. As far as Nikolaus knew his entire family, and every friend he had made, were dead.

STATUS: OPEN

Renata Smrčka | Thirty | Occupation; Nurse
Renata Smrčka had been wealthy beyond belief before the war, well, her family had been wealthy, but they always did say that family was everything. She was the eldest child, her father senile in his old age and mother too cold to bear him any more children than the two girls that she had born—not that he would have noticed—and this was fine for all of them, it worked and she saw no need to hope for more. Her sister was younger than her, by seven years.
Before long Renata was unable to sit at home, basking in her inherited wealth, drinking fancy champagnes and entertaining the richest, and most powerful, of the country—and her favourite type of entertaining was held between the sheets, this made her the most popular girl in all the country, showered with expensive gifts of fur, perfumes, jewels—but nothing lasts forever.  Soon enough those that had enjoyed her company soon turned to the charming, good-looks of her younger sister, Elena, and this stirred a bitter hatred within Renata, one she could not quell save for with one heinous act of kin-slaying. She had it arranged for her sister to be murdered—as long as this end result was achieved, the men she had paid could do with the eighteen-year-old as they pleased.
The war had divided her home country of Czechoslovakia into two, Czechs and Slovaks, and this caused quite a stir within everything, the citizens ran riots in the streets, but this meant nothing to her. She was forced to flee, while the blood of her sister was not literally on her hands, figuratively it was and she could no longer stand to be in the house—that and her parents had grown suspicious of her, the authorities sniffing around.
She fled to Germany and found herself, within a year, with no money, no furs and no jewels, having sold everything she’d carried with her to continue the life of luxury she’d been used to. She worked in one of the hospitals, helping the wounded soldiers—a disgusting job, a job that nobody wanted—but when the war came to a close and the sound of Sonnenstein Castle reached her ears, she snapped up the job faster than anybody could blink.
Unfortunately, it did not turn out to be all she had hoped, but anything to get away from the sickening stench of rotting flesh, blood and bodily fluids. So she resides at the Castle now, working as a nurse—though she barely lifts a finger—to the patients on Level one.
STATUS: OPEN

Renata Smrčka | Thirty | Occupation; Nurse

Renata Smrčka had been wealthy beyond belief before the war, well, her family had been wealthy, but they always did say that family was everything. She was the eldest child, her father senile in his old age and mother too cold to bear him any more children than the two girls that she had born—not that he would have noticed—and this was fine for all of them, it worked and she saw no need to hope for more. Her sister was younger than her, by seven years.

Before long Renata was unable to sit at home, basking in her inherited wealth, drinking fancy champagnes and entertaining the richest, and most powerful, of the country—and her favourite type of entertaining was held between the sheets, this made her the most popular girl in all the country, showered with expensive gifts of fur, perfumes, jewels—but nothing lasts forever.  Soon enough those that had enjoyed her company soon turned to the charming, good-looks of her younger sister, Elena, and this stirred a bitter hatred within Renata, one she could not quell save for with one heinous act of kin-slaying. She had it arranged for her sister to be murdered—as long as this end result was achieved, the men she had paid could do with the eighteen-year-old as they pleased.

The war had divided her home country of Czechoslovakia into two, Czechs and Slovaks, and this caused quite a stir within everything, the citizens ran riots in the streets, but this meant nothing to her. She was forced to flee, while the blood of her sister was not literally on her hands, figuratively it was and she could no longer stand to be in the house—that and her parents had grown suspicious of her, the authorities sniffing around.

She fled to Germany and found herself, within a year, with no money, no furs and no jewels, having sold everything she’d carried with her to continue the life of luxury she’d been used to. She worked in one of the hospitals, helping the wounded soldiers—a disgusting job, a job that nobody wanted—but when the war came to a close and the sound of Sonnenstein Castle reached her ears, she snapped up the job faster than anybody could blink.

Unfortunately, it did not turn out to be all she had hoped, but anything to get away from the sickening stench of rotting flesh, blood and bodily fluids. So she resides at the Castle now, working as a nurse—though she barely lifts a finger—to the patients on Level one.

STATUS: OPEN

Renata Smrčka | Thirty | Occupation; Nurse
Renata Smrčka had been wealthy beyond belief before the war, well, her family had been wealthy, but they always did say that family was everything. She was the eldest child, her father senile in his old age and mother too cold to bear him any more children than the two girls that she had born—not that he would have noticed—and this was fine for all of them, it worked and she saw no need to hope for more. Her sister was younger than her, by seven years.
Before long Renata was unable to sit at home, basking in her inherited wealth, drinking fancy champagnes and entertaining the richest, and most powerful, of the country—and her favourite type of entertaining was held between the sheets, this made her the most popular girl in all the country, showered with expensive gifts of fur, perfumes, jewels—but nothing lasts forever.  Soon enough those that had enjoyed her company soon turned to the charming, good-looks of her younger sister, Elena, and this stirred a bitter hatred within Renata, one she could not quell save for with one heinous act of kin-slaying. She had it arranged for her sister to be murdered—as long as this end result was achieved, the men she had paid could do with the eighteen-year-old as they pleased.
The war had divided her home country of Czechoslovakia into two, Czechs and Slovaks, and this caused quite a stir within everything, the citizens ran riots in the streets, but this meant nothing to her. She was forced to flee, while the blood of her sister was not literally on her hands, figuratively it was and she could no longer stand to be in the house—that and her parents had grown suspicious of her, the authorities sniffing around.
She fled to Germany and found herself, within a year, with no money, no furs and no jewels, having sold everything she’d carried with her to continue the life of luxury she’d been used to. She worked in one of the hospitals, helping the wounded soldiers—a disgusting job, a job that nobody wanted—but when the war came to a close and the sound of Sonnenstein Castle reached her ears, she snapped up the job faster than anybody could blink.
Unfortunately, it did not turn out to be all she had hoped, but anything to get away from the sickening stench of rotting flesh, blood and bodily fluids. So she resides at the Castle now, working as a nurse—though she barely lifts a finger—to the patients on Level one.
STATUS: OPEN

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Renata Smrčka | Thirty | Occupation; Nurse

Renata Smrčka had been wealthy beyond belief before the war, well, her family had been wealthy, but they always did say that family was everything. She was the eldest child, her father senile in his old age and mother too cold to bear him any more children than the two girls that she had born—not that he would have noticed—and this was fine for all of them, it worked and she saw no need to hope for more. Her sister was younger than her, by seven years.

Before long Renata was unable to sit at home, basking in her inherited wealth, drinking fancy champagnes and entertaining the richest, and most powerful, of the country—and her favourite type of entertaining was held between the sheets, this made her the most popular girl in all the country, showered with expensive gifts of fur, perfumes, jewels—but nothing lasts forever.  Soon enough those that had enjoyed her company soon turned to the charming, good-looks of her younger sister, Elena, and this stirred a bitter hatred within Renata, one she could not quell save for with one heinous act of kin-slaying. She had it arranged for her sister to be murdered—as long as this end result was achieved, the men she had paid could do with the eighteen-year-old as they pleased.

The war had divided her home country of Czechoslovakia into two, Czechs and Slovaks, and this caused quite a stir within everything, the citizens ran riots in the streets, but this meant nothing to her. She was forced to flee, while the blood of her sister was not literally on her hands, figuratively it was and she could no longer stand to be in the house—that and her parents had grown suspicious of her, the authorities sniffing around.

She fled to Germany and found herself, within a year, with no money, no furs and no jewels, having sold everything she’d carried with her to continue the life of luxury she’d been used to. She worked in one of the hospitals, helping the wounded soldiers—a disgusting job, a job that nobody wanted—but when the war came to a close and the sound of Sonnenstein Castle reached her ears, she snapped up the job faster than anybody could blink.

Unfortunately, it did not turn out to be all she had hoped, but anything to get away from the sickening stench of rotting flesh, blood and bodily fluids. So she resides at the Castle now, working as a nurse—though she barely lifts a finger—to the patients on Level one.

STATUS: OPEN

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Harold Johnson | Twenty-Nine | Diagnosis; Early onset dementia (caused by (sporadic) Creutzfeldt-Jakct disease), PTSD.
In dire need of money and a means to escape the army and the war Harold takes a fellow soldier up on an offer he heard about while touring Czechslovakia, a young girl needs somebody killed and, of course, who better to kill a man than a soldier? Harold does as he is told, the colleague joining him in his trip, only it is not a man they are to kill, a young girl, a young girl of eighteen is their victim and Harold, ever the gentleman, is unable to go through with it. He kills his colleague and allows the girl to free on the promise that she not speak a word of what had happened. 
He pushed this all from his mind until one day it just wasn’t there anymore. When dishonourably discharged from the Army in 1940, Harold was kept in France, soon captured by Germans and, through a series of unfortunate events, ended up at Sonnenstein. They have little use or care for him, but he is a good man.
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Harold Johnson | Twenty-Nine | Diagnosis; Early onset dementia (caused by (sporadic) Creutzfeldt-Jakct disease), PTSD.


In dire need of money and a means to escape the army and the war Harold takes a fellow soldier up on an offer he heard about while touring Czechslovakia, a young girl needs somebody killed and, of course, who better to kill a man than a soldier? Harold does as he is told, the colleague joining him in his trip, only it is not a man they are to kill, a young girl, a young girl of eighteen is their victim and Harold, ever the gentleman, is unable to go through with it. He kills his colleague and allows the girl to free on the promise that she not speak a word of what had happened. 

He pushed this all from his mind until one day it just wasn’t there anymore. When dishonourably discharged from the Army in 1940, Harold was kept in France, soon captured by Germans and, through a series of unfortunate events, ended up at Sonnenstein. They have little use or care for him, but he is a good man.

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Harold Johnson | Twenty-Nine | Diagnosis; Early onset dementia (caused by (sporadic) Creutzfeldt-Jakct disease), PTSD.
In dire need of money and a means to escape the army and the war Harold takes a fellow soldier up on an offer he heard about while touring Czechslovakia, a young girl needs somebody killed and, of course, who better to kill a man than a soldier? Harold does as he is told, the colleague joining him in his trip, only it is not a man they are to kill, a young girl, a young girl of eighteen is their victim and Harold, ever the gentleman, is unable to go through with it. He kills his colleague and allows the girl to free on the promise that she not speak a word of what had happened. 
He pushed this all from his mind until one day it just wasn’t there anymore. When dishonourably discharged from the Army in 1940, Harold was kept in France, soon captured by Germans and, through a series of unfortunate events, ended up at Sonnenstein. They have little use or care for him, but he is a good man.
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Julie Mcniven
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Harold Johnson | Twenty-Nine | Diagnosis; Early onset dementia (caused by (sporadic) Creutzfeldt-Jakct disease), PTSD.


In dire need of money and a means to escape the army and the war Harold takes a fellow soldier up on an offer he heard about while touring Czechslovakia, a young girl needs somebody killed and, of course, who better to kill a man than a soldier? Harold does as he is told, the colleague joining him in his trip, only it is not a man they are to kill, a young girl, a young girl of eighteen is their victim and Harold, ever the gentleman, is unable to go through with it. He kills his colleague and allows the girl to free on the promise that she not speak a word of what had happened. 

He pushed this all from his mind until one day it just wasn’t there anymore. When dishonourably discharged from the Army in 1940, Harold was kept in France, soon captured by Germans and, through a series of unfortunate events, ended up at Sonnenstein. They have little use or care for him, but he is a good man.

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I have the Eddie Redmayne FC’s bio done now, I’m just trying to get the motivation to type it up.

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Eddie Redmayne character.

Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I can’t think of a bio. 

Any ideas?

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