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Calleigh Anderson

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a character in “Conviction”, as played by CriminalMinds

Description

[Name]
Calleigh Anderson

[Age]
15

[Personality]
Calleigh is a nervous and shy teenager because of her disability - she's deaf. She's often the quiet and reserved girl that will stand in the corner and just 'listen'. By listening she means lip reading. She rarely joins in in conversations because she can't hear, and often doesn't understand things because she can't hear the underlying tones. She doesn't want to misinterpret things.

Once you get to know Calleigh you find out she's nice and got a big heart. She's not one to say no if she's asked to do something and loves trying to help people out. She's naive though, and often trusts people no questions asked.

[History]
Calleigh has had a difficult time growing up so far. Being the only deaf person in her family has being challenging and she's often struggled to fit in despite them treating her as normal. At the age of five she went into a school that specialised in teaching deaf people as her parents didn't want her going to a normal school fearing that she'd be like a fish out of water trying to cope with everything. She's been at the school ever since, but has managed to make her own friends outside of this school too.

Calleigh has 3 older brothers, 2 older sisters and a younger brother and sister. Her parents always wanted a large family. Sometimes it's too much, but when she needs them, they're there for her.

[Appearance]
Image

[Fears]
Spiders.
Small spaces.
The dark - being as Calleigh can't hear, she relies on her sight. It scares her half to death when she can't see around her and can't hear anything at the same time. It makes her feel unsafe.
Being alone - Calleigh also relies on others being around to help her out in a crisis or if she needs some help. If no one is around, and something is wrong, she's terrified because she has no one to relay information or assure her that things are okay.

So begins...

Calleigh Anderson's Story

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#, as written by Rulke
Patrick Miller

Entering the building he surveyed around and looked for nearest place to plan. Dropping his rucksack, he found a sofa.

Falling down on the cushiony material Patrick smirked and let his eyes wander towards each and everyone of the girls.

There was the grunge reject Charlie, she would be a screamer that's for sure. Although he wasn't into the whole look she had going for her. Dirty blond hair with more make-up than a Hot Topic's band catalogue. He heard stories about Charlie, if he was bored enough, drugs could tempt her. Not exactly last choice, but not the best candy he seen, plus virgins had more going for them, Charlie was as much a virgin as Patrick was a saint.

On to next girl, a natraul red head, but did the carpet match the drapes. He sniggered out loud, and continued. From trip he had heard her name was Callie, and she had a lot going for her, the innocent, the naivety and the ability to shape her according to his whims. Although would it be worth it? She would need a bit of coaxing, alcohol would help a lot, but he only had so much 'supplies'. Would it be worth it, was she a screamer, or was she quietly moaning? Hmm, she seemed promising, but Christmas presents can suck.

Low and behold we had the lithe one, flexible and very fit. This one could be a lot of fun if he could use her insecurities against her, to get her to be interested in him. Although he had been fooled by skin before, and those who show a lot, well they tend to not be as good when unwrapped. One thing though, it was easy to undress her in his mind, not much left to imagination leg wise, but top wise, well that could be fun.

Now there was the fake red-head but nothing else seemed fake no sirree, infact seemed very real, and though she wore make-up the 'lil whore, that was something you had to deal with often. Now as for her look very young looking, but she had said she was 16, that was good enough for him. So really sounds worth it, now would she be a first choice or would it be best to go with another one. The younger ones often wanted boyfriends and expected them as such, but broken promises never did any harm.

And finally the actual blond, pouty lips to boot and a great bod, he knew her name as Ella from school. Unfortunately not had a real chance to try her. But as for best chance he had, she seemed the most straight forward and probably was also a screamer.

Well that was that settled, time for a celebratory drink, his holiday was sorted, sex drugs and sex again.

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#, as written by FizzGig
”I’m not sure why you think it’s okay for you to just disappear for the week.” Shaun growled as he stood outside Andy’s front door. “Have you talked to mom and dad about this? You’re going with that goody two-shoes Gabe? And a bunch of other pot-heads?”

“Beats being home.” Andy replied, acid in her tone. “Especially if you’re going to be here…”

Shaun had shoved her so hard that her head rattled, spots appearing behind her vision. She was fortunate enough to get inside the house and lock herself in her room before he could do any more damage.


Andy was interrupted from her quiet musings when a very distinct smell permeated the vehicle.

“Ok, seriously guys! If you’re going to crack a jack, open a window or something!” Andy shouted towards the back of the van. The entire car was stuffy, in spite of the air conditioning that Gabriel’s poor vehicle was trying to pump out. Of course, the red head was mostly kidding, but in an environment where everyone was sitting in cramped quarters, the smallest infraction of personal space was bound to be misconstrued. For Callie’s benefit, Andy signed what she said, and glanced to the side of Gabe’s face as he drove.

That boy…

There was something distinctly different about the way he’d been treating her lately. Not just in the car, but in the few days leading up to their big trip. She’d always been pretty close to Gabe, closer than she had been to any guy, so the subtle things she’d noticed hadn’t really come as some kind of a big surprise at first. But now, with the small smiles, his occasional embraces, even reaching over to just touch her shoulder, to convey comfort, it was hard for her to ignore that something was off.

At the same time though, she couldn’t say that she minded all that much. It wasn’t that Gabe was bothering her with his…advances? She wasn’t even sure what to call them. But with the anxiety she’d started to feel towards the end of the trip, and the sense of claustrophobia she got as they pulled up to the Cabin, she was starting to read into things a little more than she was used to, and it made her feel uptight, uncomfortable, even a little concerned.

It wasn’t all that fair, really. For all she knew, Gabe was just being his normal, comforting, caring self. She liked him for that. Everyone did. He was a good guy.

Making eye contact with Callie, Andy reached over and prodded the girl in the shoulder. “This’ll be fun.” She promised, smiling and turning back to face the front just as Gabe went and pulled into the long drive that sat outside of the Cabin.

“Everyone grab their own shit!” Andy hollered as she pushed the door open and all but spilled outside. Gravel crunched under her sandaled feet, the smell of pine and fresh air nearly making her sneeze with its freshness. Andy wrinkled her nose, scratching at a spot behind her ear before going to the back to start unloading everyone’s suitcases.

When she found her own beat-up duffel, she yanked it out of the pile, slung it over her shoulder, then stood by and waited for Callie to get her things. The red-head would help where she was needed, but for the moment, she felt it was safest for her to remove herself from the chaos that would be initial unloading and re-loading of the Cabin.

This cantankerous group of teens was going to be making some noise, and a serious mess by the end of this trip. She just knew it, and the thought had her smiling wide.

"Callie!" she called should the girl happen to look her way. "I'm heading inside. I'll save us a room, ok?"

She took a few steps back, waving to the girl before turning on her heel and stepping inside. There was Patrick, the one serious problem with the entire trip, looking for all the world like a child in a toy store. She gave him a slight smile for politeness' sake, then walked past him, deciding that she'd play it safe and just put as much distance between him and her as possible. She'd have to watch Callie around that one too. No sense in letting her get mixed up with his type.

"I got the room FURTHEST away from the bathroom!" she shouted out of the bedroom towards the others.

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Calleigh still had no idea what made her agree to this trip. Actually she did. It was Andy. Her best friend. She couldn't say no to anything Andy said. The girl was so upbeat and could talk anyone into doing what she wanted, especially Callie. It wasn't in a manipulative way either. It was just Andy and the fact that Callie could never say no.

When Andy turned and signed something to her, Callie cracked a small smile but she was too out of her comfort zone to really mean it. She didn't know anyone here but Andy. Big crowds often made her feel claustrophobic, especially as they were all crammed into a car. Because of that, Callie was often winding down the window for air and then closing it when it got to cold.

This happened every five minutes or so. Car window down. Car window up. Car window down. Car window up.

Andy had promised that this would be a fun trip but it didn't seem so fun right now. Even as Andy poked her and told her once more that it would be. It didn't seem like it.

The car came to a stop and Callie loved the look of the cabin. It seemed beautiful. Getting out the car she moved around to grab her bags, looking at Andy and watching her lips move so she could understand what her friend said before giving a faint smile and a nod. She grabbed her things, listening to the silence that she was surrounded by twenty-four seven and sighed before carrying her rucksack inside.

She eventually found the room Andy was in and threw her back on the bed, already opening it to unpack. "I'm glad to be out of that car. I was getting claustrophobic in it." Her voice was off because she couldn't hear. She hoped Andy could understand here. She was always self conscious of speaking. She only ever spoke to Andy normally.

Hopefully this would fly by with as little misery as possible. Her plan was stick by Andy. And maybe Gabe. He'd been nice when Andy had introduced her to him.

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Callie started to unpack her things with Andy. She was glad Andy was here to take control of things and keep her safe. If she was here by herself with a bunch of strangers then she'd be having a panic attack currently. Andy was a true friend.

"You sure we'll have fun here? I don't like the look of some people." She frowned at Andy. When Gabe appeared, she watched her friend and the male interact. She fell silent again, focusing on unpacking. While Andy was off exploring, she'd just stay in the room. She didn't want to go out near the others. They were all strangers.

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Callie frowned, panic swelling inside her. She was alone in a bedroom. In complete silence. She just quietly sat on the bed once she'd finished unpacking and waited for Andy to come back.

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Callie jumped a mile when Devin poked her. She stared at him confused for a moment, like a deer trapped in headlights. After a couple of minutes of awkward silence, just staring at Devin, Callie finally managed to form a sentence in her mind.

"I'm deaf." She spoke quietly, her speech was off because she couldn't hear herself talk. "I didn't hear you come in."

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Callie sat awkwardly not sure how to talk with Devin. Especially with all the hand movements. "I can lip read. You don't have to do the hand movements. I just need to see your lips move. I'm Callie." She gave a small smile and formally held out her hand.

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Callie nodded feeling just as awkward as Devin was feeling. She nodded. "A little. I'm waiting for Andy to return. She went off. I only know her really. I guess I'll have fun with her later on. I just don't want to go outside here because of that Patrick guy." She said quietly.

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Ella sat in the car while everyone else got out and went right in side. She still felt uneasy but she knew she had to get out because of that weird feeling in the car..it was almost like she wasn't alone. Quickly she got out, pulling her bag with her and all but ran to the house but she stopped at the door a pout setting on her lips before she spoke. "Well.. I'm not rooming with you. " she stated pointing at Patrick before crossing her arm's over her chest and leaning on the side of the door. "In fact i think i'll room with one of the girls, their all less likely to molest me in the middle of the night." she said glancing around the room. So far Ella had gathered that Patrick was the horny prick out of the group, and really she wasn't all sure if she could deal with him without going off on him right away.

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Callie nodded, took Devin's hand and left with him.

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Callie came out with Devin to the pool. Everyone seemed to be having fun. She just stood there giving a small wave to Andy.

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Ashley Breeze headed into the building, feeling quite dizzy. That had a been a...strange journey. She looked around the room. Of course, that asshole Patrick had already jumped on the sofa and was taking out a few packs of beer. "Hey nerd boy put on the fucking sound system we pulled you here for!" he yelled. Ash rolled her eyes and dragged her heavy bag in through the door.

She looked around the house, trying to find the bedroom. She slipped her bag under her bed and went to leave the room, before noticing that there was someone else in the room. She looked over at her, and remembered her name was Callie. She gave a small nod at her direction, and left the room. She slumped into a chair by the sofa. Patrick was trying to flirt with Charlie. Ash rolled her eyes and took out her phone. Two bars. She sighed. Her phone was going painfully slow.

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Callie stood still. She couldn't hear a sound so maybe she was lucky. She could see everything that was happening though. She could see kids dying in the water. She could see the blood. And so she stood shaking not even able to scream.

Finally Callie managed to look away. She closed her eyes, remembering a childhood song her mother would mouth to her as a child when she got scared of the dark. She didn't know the tune, but the words went through her head.

hush little baby, don't say a word, mama's gunna buy you a mockingbird...

At the same time, Callie kept telling herself that it wasn't real. That it was just a horrid nightmare and she'd wake up in bed at home, safe and sound soon.