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* TheSociopath: She became a SerialKiller not only because of revenge against her missing mother, but also to make Emma suffer. She is superficially charming enough to not be suspected and able to manipulate others to both execute her victims and avoid suspicion.


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* TheSociopath: Willing to kill people both because he enjoys it and to eliminate witnesses. He manipulates others and lies to both appear like a good person and ensnare victims. All the while he interacts with his so-called friends, he is secretly planning to murder them.


* AdapationalNameChange: The killers are never called "Ghostface" in the show, instead being referred to as the "Lakewood Slasher" or the killer.

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* AdapationalNameChange: AdaptationNameChange: The killers are never called "Ghostface" in the show, instead being referred to as the "Lakewood Slasher" or the killer.


* AdapationNameChange: The killers are never called "Ghostface" in the show, instead being referred to as the "Lakewood Slasher" or the killer.

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* AdapationNameChange: AdapationalNameChange: The killers are never called "Ghostface" in the show, instead being referred to as the "Lakewood Slasher" or the killer.



* BoringYetPractical: Instead of using the iconic Ghostface costume from the movies, the killer in the show has a more utilitarian approach to the iconic outfit, switching out the cheap Halloween robe of the Father Death costume for a black hooded raincoat/poncho and wearing dark everyday clothing with gloves and boots; this outfit is less physically restrictive than the Father Death cloak and allows the killer to roam around mostly unnoticed since the outfit is normal for Colorado weather, save for the killer's mask. Speaking of the mask, it was originally intended to be a post-op surgery mask, meaning that it's designed to be for everyday use, unlike the Ghostface mask.



* BoringYetPractical: Instead of using the iconic Ghostface costume from the movies, the killer in the show has a more utilitarian approach to the iconic outfit, switching out the cheap Halloween robe of the Father Death costume for a black hooded raincoat/poncho and wearing dark everyday clothing with gloves and boots; this outfit is less physically restrictive than the Father Death cloak and allows the killer to roam around mostly unnoticed since the outfit is normal for Colorado weather, save for the killer's mask. Speaking of the mask, it was originally intended to be a post-op surgery mask, meaning that it's designed to be for everyday use, unlike the Ghostface mask.


* BigBad: Of the series, with a new killer donning the mask for each season while building off the story established by their predecessor.



* SimpleYetPractical: Instead of using the iconic Ghostface costume from the movies, the killer in the show has a more utilitarian approach to the iconic outfit, switching out the cheap Halloween robe of the Father Death costume for a black hooded raincoat/poncho and wearing dark everyday clothing with gloves and boots; this outfit is less physically restrictive than the Father Death cloak and allows the killer to roam around mostly unnoticed since the outfit is normal for Colorado weather, save for the killer's mask. Speaking of the mask, it was originally intended to be a post-op surgery mask, meaning that it's designed to be for everyday use, unlike the Ghostface mask.

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* SimpleYetPractical: BoringYetPractical: Instead of using the iconic Ghostface costume from the movies, the killer in the show has a more utilitarian approach to the iconic outfit, switching out the cheap Halloween robe of the Father Death costume for a black hooded raincoat/poncho and wearing dark everyday clothing with gloves and boots; this outfit is less physically restrictive than the Father Death cloak and allows the killer to roam around mostly unnoticed since the outfit is normal for Colorado weather, save for the killer's mask. Speaking of the mask, it was originally intended to be a post-op surgery mask, meaning that it's designed to be for everyday use, unlike the Ghostface mask.



->''"Hello, Kieran. Who told you [[spoiler: you could wear my mask]]?"''

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->''"Hello, Kieran. Who told you you, [[spoiler: you could wear my mask]]?"''


!Lakewood Slashers/ Ghostfaces (Unmarked Spoilers)

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!Lakewood Slashers/ Slashers / Ghostfaces (Unmarked Spoilers)



[[folder:The First Killer/ Ghostface I]]

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[[folder:The First Killer/ Killer / Ghostface I]]



[[folder:The Second Killer/ Ghostface II]]

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[[folder:The Second Killer/ Killer / Ghostface II]]



[[folder:The Third Killer/ Ghostface III]]

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[[folder:The Third Killer/ Killer / Ghostface III]]


Revealed at the end of Season 2 via phone call with Kieran.

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Revealed Possibly the very first to don the Ghostface persona. They were revealed at the end of Season 2 via phone call with Kieran.



* BigBad: Had the show's main story continued following the Lakewood cast, it's very likely they would have been the main villain of the third season.



* GreaterScopeVillain: If their single line in the Season Two finale is any indication, they were the very first Ghostface whose likeness was taken by Piper and Kierna. [[PretenderDiss And they weren't very happy about it, either.]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain: If their single line in the Season Two finale is any indication, they were the very first Ghostface whose likeness was taken by Piper and Kierna.Kieran. [[PretenderDiss And they weren't very happy about it, either.]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain: If their single line in the Season Two finale is any indication, they were the very first Ghostface whose likeness was taken by Piper and Kierna. [[PretenderDiss And they weren't very happy about it, either.]]


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* PredecessorVillain: It's implied that they're, in fact, the very first Ghostface and doesn't think too highly of the copycat killers that have been using his likeness. Doubly so if they were Brandon James, whose murderous rampage is at the center of Lakewood's dark past.


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* VillainousLegacy: Piper and Kieran apparently used their likeness to terrorize Lakewood in the first two seasons.


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* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler: He kills fellow killer Kieran]] in the Halloween Special.
* LegacyCharacter: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]; he may be the very first Ghostface.
* PretenderDiss: Heavily implied to be Brandon James, and he's not very happy about his killer image being copied.

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* AbortedArc: Because the [[Series/ScreamResurrection third season]] focuses on an entirely new cast and setting, the third killer's identity may never be revealed.
* CopKiller: Their first onscreen kill, is a police officer escorting Kieran.
* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler: He kills They brutally off fellow killer Kieran]] in the Halloween Special.
* LegacyCharacter: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]; he they may be the very first Ghostface.
* PretenderDiss: Heavily implied to be The second season finale heavily implies they're Brandon James, James (or at least a relative) and he's not very happy about his killer image being copied.

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* PromWrecker: After everyone feels safe because they think the killer's been caught, decides to show them this isn't the case at the Halloween Dance.


!Lakewood Slashers/Ghostfaces (Unmarked Spoilers)

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!Lakewood Slashers/Ghostfaces Slashers/ Ghostfaces (Unmarked Spoilers)



[[folder:The Third Killer/Ghostface III]]

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[[folder:The Third Killer/Ghostface Killer/ Ghostface III]]


!Lakewood Slashers/ Ghostfaces (Unmarked Spoilers)

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!Lakewood Slashers/ Ghostfaces Slashers/Ghostfaces (Unmarked Spoilers)



* AdapationalNameChange: The killers are never called "Ghostface" in the show, instead being referred to as the "Lakewood Slasher" or the killer.

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* AdapationalNameChange: AdapationNameChange: The killers are never called "Ghostface" in the show, instead being referred to as the "Lakewood Slasher" or the killer.


* RedShirt: He is giving a name, but that's about it.

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* RedShirt: He is giving a name, but that's about it.ThisisForEmphasisBitch!: Says "Whatever, bitch." to Audrey, [[spoiler: probably why she send him to the bathroom to be killed by Piper.]]



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->’’’Played by:Bryce Romero’’’

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->’’’Played ->'''Played by:Bryce Romero’’’Romero'''



* AdvertisedExtra: He is credited as a recurring character but is pretty forgetable and only appears in 3 scenes before dying. He is also not related to any major character and no one even mourns or mentions him afterwards.
* AssholeVictim: Since he was just a minor extra who happens to talk and have a name, no one felt bad for him, he kinda got it coming.

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* AdvertisedExtra: He is credited as a recurring character but is pretty forgetable and only appears in 3 scenes before dying. [[spoiler:dying.]] He is also not related to any major character and no one even mourns [[spoiler:mourns]] or mentions him afterwards.
* AllThereInTheManual: His last name, Pfeiffer, is revealed in season 2 on a chart of victims.
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AssholeVictim: Since he was just In every scene he's in, he's being a minor extra who happens to talk and have a name, no one felt bad for him, he kinda got it coming.jerk towards the main characters.



* TheFriendNoOneLikes: The fact that he's a jerk in all of his interactions doesn't make him very beloved.



* SacrificialLion: He only appears alive in three short scenes, many people didn’t even recognize him when he died, thinking it was just a random person.
* SlashedThroat: His eventual fate. He had it coming.

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* SacrificialLion: He only appears alive in three short scenes, many people didn’t even recognize him when he died, thinking it was just Jerkass: Is a random person.
rude asshole.
* SacrificialLamb: His sole purpose is to be a victim no one would miss and to make everyone at the party leave.
* SlashedThroat: His [[spoiler:His eventual fate. He had it coming.]]




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* RedShirt: He is giving a name, but that's about it.


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%%* SimpleYetPractical: Instead of using the iconic Ghostface costume from the movies, the killer in the show has a more utilitarian approach to the iconic outfit, switching out the cheap Halloween robe of the Father Death costume for a black hooded raincoat/poncho fo

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%%* ** The mask used by the killers not only invokes the original Ghostface mask, but also the masks of Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees.
** The raincoats the killers wear may be a reference to the film ''Alice, Sweet Alice'', in which the killer wears a yellow hooded raincoat.
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SimpleYetPractical: Instead of using the iconic Ghostface costume from the movies, the killer in the show has a more utilitarian approach to the iconic outfit, switching out the cheap Halloween robe of the Father Death costume for a black hooded raincoat/poncho foand wearing dark everyday clothing with gloves and boots; this outfit is less physically restrictive than the Father Death cloak and allows the killer to roam around mostly unnoticed since the outfit is normal for Colorado weather, save for the killer's mask. Speaking of the mask, it was originally intended to be a post-op surgery mask, meaning that it's designed to be for everyday use, unlike the Ghostface mask.



[[folder:Ghostface III]]
!!Ghostface III

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[[folder:Ghostface [[folder:The Third Killer/Ghostface III]]
!!Ghostface !!The Third Killer/Ghostface III

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