|Name||Maggie Rose Lally|
|Stage Name||Captain Maggot/Maggots|
|Located||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Fields||Stilt walking, fire, hula hooping, aerial acrobatics|
|Active||October 2008 - Present|
As a Bloody CrumpetEdit
Maggie Lally, as Captain Maggot, was annouced to be joining the Bloody Crumpets on 26 September in 2008 along with Contessa and Sugarless all three of whom were a part of the circus trope Lucient Dossier. Her first show with Emilie was on 26 September in 2008 in Saarbrucken, Germany.
Captain Maggot was a large departure from Captain Vecona with the only similarity between the characters being their role as Captain. In her introduction during her first tour Captain Maggot was decribed: "She rules our Asylum with steel fists never leting us sleep she sleeps with one eye open at all times and she gouges men's eyes out with her pinkie". Though even by the end of this tour, her character had developed further and became less like the character from The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls, Jolie Rogue.
The talents she showcased during the concerts have included stilt walking, hula hooping with and without fire, and lyra.
During The Bloody Crumpet Wars, fans of Captain Maggot were Captain Maggot's Pyrate Crew.
Personal Life and CareerEdit
Maggie Lally was formerly the lead singer of the alternative band Insects vs. Robots, and announced she would no longer be their vocalist in a Facebook post in November 2013. She is also an active member of the performance group Lucient Dossier, with whom she travels and tours with when she is not touring with Emilie Autumn. Lally also appears as one of three Woe-Maidens in the 2011 film The Devil's Carnival, the other two being fellow Bloody Crumpet Contessa and vlogger Hannah Minx.
On October 22, 2013, Lally posted a video stating she would be going on hiatus from being a Crumpet. Emilie commented that Maggot was attending Clown College and was not present for the final Fight Like a Girl Tour, however she did return for The Asylum Experience in 2014.Lally cares for a dachshund puppy named Quincy and two rats named Honey Pie and Nina. She used to own another rat named Nanuk who passed away in early 2013 following a surgery. She is also openly bisexual.