|Age Range(s)||Adult (36-50), Senior (>50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Crying, Dying, Depressed, Lamenting, Afraid, Reminiscing life story/Telling a story|
|Genre||Tragedy, Drama, Horror|
|Description||Elsa tells Edward Mordrake how she lost her legs.|
|Details||Season 4, Ep. 4, "Edward Mordrake Par II" Middle|
Edward Mordrake, looking for a new member of his ghost troupe, asks Elsa how she lost her legs. She recounts the story, and begs him to take her life.
Written by Spencer McFarland
|My ambition was my downfall. The watchers made movies, and I was their top seller. They said I made men ejaculate gold, but this one was different. There was no costar. Usually, there was a boy, a girl, a street worker, a runaway. But there was just me. And I had been drugged. Enough to be powerless, but not enough to forget. Not enough to not understand. Not enough to dull the pain. Snuff films, they called them. They told me I was one of the lucky ones. They just left me there to die. The soldier boy saved me; he had fallen in love with this whore. He followed me everywhere. He rushed in the minute they left. I will never forgive him for it. They passed the film around. Berlin, Munich. I hear a copy even made it to Vienna. I was a star. But my career was over. It was all over for me. I had the most beautiful legs. I'm the one. Take me, please. I know now, I can't deny it. Please, there's nothing left for me, it's all over. Yes, yes, I am ready, I am ready. Take me. Please, take me. Take me! What are you waiting for? Please, God, please. Take me.|