Name: Dr. Sheryl Turner, age 29
- Electronics: 1
- Foreign Culture (South American): 2
- Law: 1
- Persuasion: 2
- Science (Forensic): 3
- Science (Anthropology): 1
- Sense Motive: 2
- Street Sense: 1
- Defense: 2
- Melee Attack: 2
Addendum 1-A: Inventory of Possessions
Clothes, including lab coat. Locket with picture of ex-husband and daughter. Pictures of daughter. Various small items. Books.
Addendum 1-B: Inventory of Equipment
Notepad and pens
Small camera/video camera
Addendum 2-A: Notable Character Traits
Curiouser and Curiouser - Dr. Turner is very observant, and fairly curious, and has a strong preferance to quietly observe situations before interacting them.
Shanna, She-Devil - Dr. Turner spent most of her childhood in various areas of south america, he parents being anthropologists. As such, she's comfortable in some wild situations. Literally.
Addendum 2-B: Notable Character Flaws
Bite Your Tongue - Dr. Turner tends to say things before she thinks them over. So far, this has ruined her marriage, but it got her a job here, so perhaps there's something to this.
Mama - Dr. Turner does have a daughter (age 10) and as such she's notably maternal towards children, especially girls, or those perceived as children.
Addendum 3-A: Personnel History
Dr. Turner began her work at the foundation roughly two years ago, shortly after the end of her marriage. While working in a forensics crime lab in New England, she came across a sample of [REDACTED] and traced the compound to [REDACTED]
After a probationary period of assigned data entry, she was granted the status of a researcher at Site 5, and now Site 23.
Due to her long periods of work in the field of crime scene investigation and morgue work, she tends to study situations as such, and is noted for her high observational skills and ability to work up theories on various situations.