Isabella Smith/The Pilgrimess
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Known aliases
Isabella Smith (name in life)
Year of birth
Mid-Late 17th century
Year of death
Portrayed by

The Pilgrimess is the ghost of Isabella Smith, and the seventh ghost in the Black Zodiac.



During colonial times, Isabella Smith sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to New England in search of a better life.

But as the tight-knit townsfolk didn't trust outsiders, Isabella became isolated from the rest of the town.

When the town's livestock began to die mysteriously shortly after her arrival, Isabella was accused by the local preacher of witchcraft. She denied the claim, but then the preacher fell ill, and the town quickly turned against her.

They cornered Isabella in a barn, which they lit on fire, but she emerged completely unscathed!

So instead, Isabella was sentenced to a slow, painful death in the stocks, where passers-by stoned her, cursed at her and spat at her until she starved to death.


The symbol of the Pilgrimess

After Death

Following her death, Isabella's earth-bound spirit was captured by Cyrus to become the Pilgrimess.

The Pilgrimess was then moved to the basement of the house.

Dennis encountered the Pilgrimess in her containment cube in the basement.

The Pilgrimess was either the seventh or the ninth ghost to be released.

She chased Arthur, Dennis, Kalina, and Maggie through the house, but the four were able to reach the house's library and seal themselves inside before the Pilgrimess could follow them in.

Later, a Latin chant caused the Pilgrimess, along with the other 11 ghosts, to go to the centre of the machine and power it up.

When the Pilgrimess and the other ghosts were freed from Cyrus's trance, they threw Cyrus into a rotating crest of rings.

When the house exploded, destroying its walls, all twelve ghosts escaped the house and into the woods.


  • If one looks closely, the interior of the Pilgrimess's containment cube is covered in cobwebs and dead leaves.

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