Jac "Squeaks" Morrison

Chesterfield Act Registry of the Expressive Database

File #12 Mar 2018 13:50

Name Jac (Jacelyn) "Squeaks" Bailey Morrison Aliases
Status Registered Expressive (Class A Biological) Ability Echolocation
Superhuman Strength (gemini)
Teleportation (gemini)
Invulnerability (gemini)
Gender Female
Birthdate Unsure Age Early Teens?
Height 4'11" Build Scrawny
Eyes Blue Hair Red
Residence Elmhurst
Employment Raytech Industries
Parents Gillian Childs (adoption pending)
It's complicated after that.
Siblings Unknown
Marital Status Single Children None
First Scene Guess Who Came to Dinner? Last Scene
Profile Squeaks is a familiar face on the streets and those who work frequently with the homeless may actually know her by name. She's pragmatic and streetwise. She is obsessed with books and maps. She's often found in the company of former wards of the Lighthouse, usually seen coming and going from the Eric Doyle Memorial Library, and frequenting Raytech NYCSZ Branch. She's very familiar with the layout of the systems of tunnels that snake beneath the Safe Zone and beyond. She's insatiably curious and has an endless supply of questions.
Jac "Squeaks" Morrison
portrayed by

Sophia Lillis



Known to Some

  • She lives with Gillian and Lene, but she sometimes stays with Lance, Brynn, and Joe.
  • Books are like gold in her world. She will sit down and read anything she can get her hands on.
  • She will ask all of the questions.

Known to Few

  • She used to be homeless and lived in an old subway car in the Underneath.
  • "the Underneath" is always used when speaking of the labyrinth of tunnels — sewer and subway — beneath the city.
  • Exploring and discovering all the answers is a must.
  • She's a bit of a scavenger.

Known to Fewer

  • Needles are evil, okay?
  • Her real name is Jacelyn, but she'll correct anyone and say it's Jac.
  • She ran away from home after Carolyn died.
  • During the war, she hid in the Underneath to survive.


For someone who's learned to not trust others, allowing herself to do so is a huge step. It's an even bigger leap to consider them family, but she does.

Coming soon.
Coming soon.




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