Enroute to Edna Mode for Fitting Design (The Holy Ghost)


Wilton Manors, United States

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Old man Henry kept Father Damien Alto’s secret as best he could. The exorcism was a success in all light, as the victim (Henry’s Niece Lorraine) had recovered beautifully and was living well and healthy off the Island. But after the “Event” Father Alto began to experience changes and began to gain odd other worldly powers. Henry believed what ever was in Lorraine had jumped into Father Alto, and Alto’s pure heart changed the evil to good.
The Soul Crosses that projected from his chest (a formation caused by his deep faith) had no “Religious Power” but any one of ill will felt an immediate drop in their life force when hit by them. Leaving them quiet and docile. Father Alto’s own thought was known to admit that they would have taken any form he wanted, but the cross was foremost in his mind.
The Halo Hoops,(Located over one ankle and one wrist)allowed him to levitate and fly, along with surrounding his body with some sort of indestructible force field that prevented injury to his body, but his clothing never fared to well.
Unable to retain a proper costume, as his powers caused most fabrics to fall apart, he decided to consult Edna Mode, the famed clothing designer, to create a uniform out of a substance of unstable molecules that would prevent their destruction while using his “Abilities”.
His Satan Sight, which made his eyes glow red while active, gave him the ability to see when people were lying or give him awareness of wrong happenings.

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