Adrienne Delaney is a writer and was the wife of wealthy magazine photographer Donald Gordon. She moved with her husband to the old Carnovasch Estate after her husband bought the island. Adrienne only appears as the main protagonist in Phantasmagoria, but was mentioned in Phantasmagoria: A Puzzle of Flesh.
Adrienne was originally born in Boston, Massachusetts. She later to became a writer for the mystery novel "Blue Moon Rising". She met magazine photographer Donald Gordon and soon had a relationship until he proposed to her a day before Christmas and married thereafter. Donald soon bought the island of the Carnovash Estate and moved in, hoping to help her inspire to start writing her new book.
Once they moved in, Adrienne begins to suffer from nightmares of the house and being killed by torture devices. The next day she does a little exploring of the house and begins to experience strange phenomena such as the hands coming out the bed, floating entities above the baby crib, and voices echoing around the estate.
After sometime exploring, she finds letters from the previous residents and stumbles upon a secret chapel behind the fireplace and accidentally unleashes a demon trapped within a box with a cursed book and takes control of her husband, and now its up to her to stop it by sending it back where it came and save her husband.
Throughout the game, Adrienne wears an orange sweater with black high-rise jeans and white sneakers.
Adrienne appears to be somewhere around her 20's to 30's although her age is never revealed in the game. Adrienne has long dirty-blonde hair that reaches to her back, lopsided bangs and a portion of her hair tied back with a beret.Adrienne has a very slender figure that attracts unwanted attention such as Robert Thompkins, but overall a pretty woman as told by Curtis Craig.
Phantasmagoria II: A Puzzle Of Flesh Edit
Though no appearances were made after Phantasmagoria. in the sequel, in the mail a postcard is received advertising her latest book. it is most likely after escaping the island, she later went on to write a new book, "Coping with Loss" after her encounters on the island.
Although she and Don were married, she still keeps her maiden name. This is not exceptional, for married female authors and actresses often keep their maiden names.
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