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Perhaps due to his obsession with the character [[Opheliac|Ophelia]] of Shakespeare's play ''Hamlet'', he takes a personal interest in Emily. Despite finding her "filthy" and obstinate, and having no qualms murdering her friends, he is curious about her and her resilience to his torment, even after she is transferred to Ward B. He makes her a main attraction of his Ophelia Gallery, and later, poster girl for the prostitution ring he sets up with help from surgeons Lymer and Greavesly.
 
Perhaps due to his obsession with the character [[Opheliac|Ophelia]] of Shakespeare's play ''Hamlet'', he takes a personal interest in Emily. Despite finding her "filthy" and obstinate, and having no qualms murdering her friends, he is curious about her and her resilience to his torment, even after she is transferred to Ward B. He makes her a main attraction of his Ophelia Gallery, and later, poster girl for the prostitution ring he sets up with help from surgeons Lymer and Greavesly.
   
In the meantime Dr. Stockill has fallen under some scrutiny by the public eye as many vultures have been seen circling above the Asylum's grounds. When Thomson, the photographer he hires to photograph the merchandise of the prostitution ring, as well as the Royal Lunacy Board threatens to blow the whistle on his inhumane practices, he has the former promptly murdered. To combat the issue of bodies stacking up, he installs a crematorium in the Asylum's cellar, the first victim of which is Christelle, the French girl.
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In the meantime Dr. Stockill has fallen under some scrutiny by the public eye as many vultures have been seen circling above the Asylum's grounds. When Thomson, the photographer he hires to photograph the merchandise of the prostitution ring, as well as the Royal Lunacy Board threatens to blow the whistle on his inhumane practices, he has the former promptly murdered. To combat the issue of the bodies stacking up, he installs a crematorium in the Asylum's cellar, the first victim of which is Christelle, the French girl.
   
 
His mother returns from ver visit to Aunt Augusta, and while searching for her son in his laboratory she happens upon the body of a murdered inmate, likely Christelle. Upon her smelling the cyanide on the girl and realizing the truth of the good doctor's deeds, Dr. Stockill is disowned by his mother, who proceeds to commit suicide. Distraught by this, he heads up into the main floors of the asylum. He bumps into Emily in the entrance hall and they have a scuffle over the key his mother gave her before her death. He manages to take the key from her before tossing her back into the crowd of inmates and Plague Rats. Unbeknownst to him, however, [[Anne|Anne's]] Master Key to Bainbridge takes the form of the Asylum Key, effectively sealing his doom.
 
His mother returns from ver visit to Aunt Augusta, and while searching for her son in his laboratory she happens upon the body of a murdered inmate, likely Christelle. Upon her smelling the cyanide on the girl and realizing the truth of the good doctor's deeds, Dr. Stockill is disowned by his mother, who proceeds to commit suicide. Distraught by this, he heads up into the main floors of the asylum. He bumps into Emily in the entrance hall and they have a scuffle over the key his mother gave her before her death. He manages to take the key from her before tossing her back into the crowd of inmates and Plague Rats. Unbeknownst to him, however, [[Anne|Anne's]] Master Key to Bainbridge takes the form of the Asylum Key, effectively sealing his doom.
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