The Lennox House for the Mentally Insane contained only two inhabitants, not including the souls of the dancers that had died in vain. One inhabitant was as beautiful as she was mysterious. Her hair, the color of the finest corn silk, was secured by two hair ties. Her large doe-like eyes remained consistently affixed on what seemed like nothing. Her name was Baby Doll. The second inhabitant seemed like a composed woman. Her stern, yet beautiful gaze could unnerve even the most strong-willed of people. Her dark hair was pulled into an immensely tight bun. Yet, underneath the façade was a frightened woman full of despair. She spent most of her nights restraining herself from letting the tears slip out of her eyes. Her name was Madam Gorski.
Since the destruction of the asylum, Madam Gorski had appointed herself the caretaker for Baby Doll, and had made a home for them in the sole untouched room. It was a pitifully small room, with two hospital beds on either corner (both