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  • Samara Morgan
  • Samara Morgan
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  • Samara Morgan (born Samara Osorio) is the central antagonist of The Ring franchise, which was a remake of the Japanese psychological horror franchise Ring. She is the vengeful ghost of a young mass murderer and her character is based on Sadako Yamamura, who also shares a similar tragic backstory. She has popularised the "stringy long-haired ghost" trope in Western cinema although the trope has long existed in Japanese culture. She was portrayed by Daveigh Chase and by Kelly Stables and Bonnie Morgan in the subsequent sequels.
  • Samara Morgan – długowłosa dziewczynka występująca w serii filmów The Ring. Brzydki ryj maskuje długimi kłakami, najpewniej peruką. Nie stać ją na ubrania, więc przez 30 lat chodzi w jednej brudnej szmacie. Dziewczyna kocha brud i bakterie, gdyż siedziała sobie siedem dni w studni i było jej dobrze. Jej ojciec był zoofilem, gdyż jak sama mówiła tata mnie nie kocha, tata kocha konie. Była klonem Sadako z japońskiej wersji filmu. Samara miała kompleksy, bowiem umiała liczyć tylko do siedmiu, dlatego zabijała swoje ofiary po siedmiu dniach.
  • Initially appearing as a vengeful ghost, Samara's appearance is always the same - a young eight-year old, brown-eyed girl with long brown hair that usually covers her face, although it can often turn a dark black. She wears a white, short-sleeved dress and at one point wore black shoes. Samara appears quite pale and rarely talks, she is scaryrbing presence. In her cursed form, Samara is very haunting in appearance, resembling a Japanese Onry spirit, and spirit focused on vengeance. Her hair is now dark and soaking wet, hiding her waterlogged and deformed face which has turned somewhat gray in color and she has sunken, nearly colorless eyes. Her skin has become an unnatural moldy color, although when she climbs out of the television, her skin appears a murky gray. Her white dress becomes ta
  • Samara's fictional history is covered through the American films. She was born to a woman named Evelyn, who suspected her daughter of being born with a demon inside her, and so tried to drown her child to exoricse the demon, but she was prevented by nuns. Evelyn was sent to an insane asylum, whilst Samara was put up for adoption and then adopted by Anna and Richard Morgan (Shannon Cochran and Brian Cox), who owned a horse ranch on Moesko Island, Washington. Anna had several miscarriages in the late 1960s, and was thrilled to have a child, but as Samara grew older her powers burnt horrible images into her adoptive mother's mind, nearly driving her mad. Richard banished Samara to live in the ranch's barn, but she used her powers to drive Anna's beloved horses to suicide. At some point, Samar
  • Samara was born in 1970 to a woman named Evelyn (last name unknown) and an unnamed father, who is rumored to have been some form of demon and the genetic origin to Samara's supernatural powers. At the time of labor, Evelyn was only 8 months pregnant, and she found that her newborn infant would not cry. She would soon attempt to drown Samara in a pond, telling the nuns who ran the hospital that her daughter had told her to do this as she had been born with a demon inside of her - whether this was from Evelyn's own psychosis or if Samara's powers had somehow granted her the ability to telepathically inform her mother of this is unknown. Either way, Evelyn did not succeed in her endeavor and the nuns had her institutionalized.
Portrayed By
  • Daveigh Chase,Kelly Stables
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Year of Death
  • 1978
signature weapon
  • Nensha,fear
type of villain
  • Serial Killer
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Goals
  • To torment and kill as many humans as possible
Origin
  • The Ring
Skills
  • *Nensha *Ability to drive people and animals to commit suicide *Teleportation *Psychokinesis *Death staring which disfigures her victim's faces and kills them *Hydrokinesis
First Appearance
  • The Ring
Known relatives
  • Anna Morgan,Richard Morgan,Evelyn
year of birth
  • 1970
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Character Name
  • Samara Morgan
Alias
  • Samara Osorio, Samara
Hobby
  • Tormenting and killing people.
Occupation
  • Vengeful ghost
Fullname
  • Samara Morgan
Size
  • 300
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  • Initially appearing as a vengeful ghost, Samara's appearance is always the same - a young eight-year old, brown-eyed girl with long brown hair that usually covers her face, although it can often turn a dark black. She wears a white, short-sleeved dress and at one point wore black shoes. Samara appears quite pale and rarely talks, she is scaryrbing presence. In her cursed form, Samara is very haunting in appearance, resembling a Japanese Onry spirit, and spirit focused on vengeance. Her hair is now dark and soaking wet, hiding her waterlogged and deformed face which has turned somewhat gray in color and she has sunken, nearly colorless eyes. Her skin has become an unnatural moldy color, although when she climbs out of the television, her skin appears a murky gray. Her white dress becomes tattered and soaked with water, turning it brownish-yellow and grey. Samara is shown to be an innocent victim seeking some form of attention, particularly after her death and the creation of the video tape, so the world can know of her pain and suffering. She is very otherworldly, hardly talking and being unsocial, and spends hours on end standing around and staring at items of interest without moving. Wanting the world to know of her suffering, Samara designed the tape to be passed on to other people so they learned of her life, and emerges to kill people after seven days, likely under the belief that they did not care to aid her and to emphasise how her life ended, and will approach her victims in a slow and tormenting manner. Samara is shown to be an innocent victim seeking some form of attention, particularly after her death and the creation of the video tape, so the world can know of her pain and suffering. She is very otherworldly, hardly talking and being unsocial, and spends hours on end standing around and staring at items of interest without moving. Wanting the world to know of her suffering, Samara designed the tape to be passed on to other people so they learned of her life, and emerges to kill people after seven days, likely under the belief that they did not care to aid her and to emphasise how her life ended, and will approach her victims in a slow and tormenting manner. She is quite reclusive, spending a lot of time alone, although this is not helped when her adoptive father Richard Morgan forces her to live in the Morgan Horse Ranch's barn. As a baby she was nearly drowned by her mother Evelyn, and then neglected by her adoptive parents and then killed by Anna, Samara lacked any proper parental figures and after being freed by Rachel, Samara saw her as her beacon of hope and ultimately decided to make Rachel her new mother, possessing Aidan Keller's body to get close to her. She becomes quite aggressive to anyone else aside from Rachel whilst in Aidan's body, believing she needs no one else aside from a mother, despite being abandoned and killed by her previous two. Samara is shown to be quite needy, repeatedly making attempts to claim Rachel as her mother. Although brutal in her vendetta against the world, it seems that her penultimate goal is to be heard, found, pitied and possibly loved.
  • Samara's fictional history is covered through the American films. She was born to a woman named Evelyn, who suspected her daughter of being born with a demon inside her, and so tried to drown her child to exoricse the demon, but she was prevented by nuns. Evelyn was sent to an insane asylum, whilst Samara was put up for adoption and then adopted by Anna and Richard Morgan (Shannon Cochran and Brian Cox), who owned a horse ranch on Moesko Island, Washington. Anna had several miscarriages in the late 1960s, and was thrilled to have a child, but as Samara grew older her powers burnt horrible images into her adoptive mother's mind, nearly driving her mad. Richard banished Samara to live in the ranch's barn, but she used her powers to drive Anna's beloved horses to suicide. At some point, Samara was taken to a psychiatric hospital but they were unable to explain how she created the images. Eventually, the family went to Shelter Mountain for a vacation, but Anna attacked Samara as she stood before an old well, suffocating her with a garbage bag and then dropping down the well, imprisoning her. Anna then committed suicide by jumping off a cliff. Seven days later, Samara drowned in the well. Eventually, a set of rental cabins were built near the well, one on top of it. This allowed Samara to project her visions into a VCR tape, and creating the seven-day curse. In The Ring, Samara's curse kills Katie, the niece of Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts), leading the journalist to investigate the tape's origins. Rachel, her ex-boyfriend, Noah Clay (Martin Henderson), and their son, Aidan (David Dorfman), all watch the video. Rachel meets Richard but his memories of Samara lead to him killing himself via electrocution. Rachel and Noah eventually find Samara's corpse in the well and bury it, but this releases a corporeal form of Samara's spirit and she kills Noah by crawling out of his television and scaring him to death. Rachel destroys the original video cassette in rage, but uses a copied version of the video to continue the curse in order to save Aidan from dying. In The Ring Two, Samara deliberately manipulates the tape to get back to Rachel, having decided to make her her new mother. After Rachel burns the tape, Samara possesses Aidan. Rachel drugs Samara and then nearly drowns Aidan to pull Samara out of his body. Samara retreats to a television set, Rachel being willingly pulled into Samara's visionary world and down the well. Rachel climbs out of the well with Samara pursuing her, but Rachel covers the seal on the well just in time.
  • Samara Morgan (born Samara Osorio) is the central antagonist of The Ring franchise, which was a remake of the Japanese psychological horror franchise Ring. She is the vengeful ghost of a young mass murderer and her character is based on Sadako Yamamura, who also shares a similar tragic backstory. She has popularised the "stringy long-haired ghost" trope in Western cinema although the trope has long existed in Japanese culture. She was portrayed by Daveigh Chase and by Kelly Stables and Bonnie Morgan in the subsequent sequels.
  • Samara was born in 1970 to a woman named Evelyn (last name unknown) and an unnamed father, who is rumored to have been some form of demon and the genetic origin to Samara's supernatural powers. At the time of labor, Evelyn was only 8 months pregnant, and she found that her newborn infant would not cry. She would soon attempt to drown Samara in a pond, telling the nuns who ran the hospital that her daughter had told her to do this as she had been born with a demon inside of her - whether this was from Evelyn's own psychosis or if Samara's powers had somehow granted her the ability to telepathically inform her mother of this is unknown. Either way, Evelyn did not succeed in her endeavor and the nuns had her institutionalized. Samara was placed up for adoption and was eventually taken in by Anna and Richard Morgan, who inhabited a horse ranch on Moesko Island. Although initially everything seemed fine, as time progressed her powers grew and grew, unintentionally frightening her adoptive parents by burning images into their minds. They were sent to Eola County Psychiatric Hospital for treatment, with Anna being treated for depression and suicidal thoughts. Samara on the other hand was treated differently, instead being examined for hours on end, as if the doctors were fascinated by her or had some knowledge of her abilities. She would come to display said powers, known as nensha powers, in their presence, burning images onto transparent materials, including film. When Dr. Scott attempted to interview her during these sessions, she informed him that she knew her adoptive father planned on leaving her there; however this was not the actual case, as Richard would eventually have them both discharged to return to the ranch. Dr. Scott would soon thereafter die of mysterious circumstances, presumably becoming Samara's first victim. Richard, despite having Samara released, had actually intended to take matters into his own hands and prevent her from harming anybody. For these reasons he moved her into their barn, where he turned the hay storage area above into an isolated bedroom with a ladder as its only means of access. Though she was essentially abandoned here, he did leave her a television to hopefully keep her busy. She used her powers during this time to burn the image of a tree into the wall behind the wallpaper. Even away from other humans she would cause trouble: At one point the 27 horses below her in the barn woke her up late at night and in a fit of anger she used her nensha powers to drive them insane, leading to them committing suicide by running off the cliffside, drowning in the ocean below. This was not kept a secret and the local newspaper wrote about the incident, referring to it as an epidemic. Anna, who loved her horses dearly, became inconsolable and had to return to the hospital for several days. Following this event, the ranch was placed under quarantine for five weeks, though the health officials were unable to find out the source of the horses' deaths, having no knowledge of Samara nor her powers (though they likely would have ignored this anyway as not being scientifically or logically feasible).
  • Samara Morgan – długowłosa dziewczynka występująca w serii filmów The Ring. Brzydki ryj maskuje długimi kłakami, najpewniej peruką. Nie stać ją na ubrania, więc przez 30 lat chodzi w jednej brudnej szmacie. Dziewczyna kocha brud i bakterie, gdyż siedziała sobie siedem dni w studni i było jej dobrze. Jej ojciec był zoofilem, gdyż jak sama mówiła tata mnie nie kocha, tata kocha konie. Była klonem Sadako z japońskiej wersji filmu. Samara miała kompleksy, bowiem umiała liczyć tylko do siedmiu, dlatego zabijała swoje ofiary po siedmiu dniach.