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Miriam K.
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Author:  CherryHoleGrrrl [ 08 Apr 2007 ]
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Knick Knack wrote:
I think this Miriam being labeled as a traitor was just to signify that the graveyard was one for criminals, thus further driving the point home as to why there were graves for Angela, Eddie, and James in there.


wow good theory. makes sense to me now :D

Author:  Heidy Chang [ 06 May 2007 ]
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Knick Knack wrote:
I think this Miriam being labeled as a traitor was just to signify that the graveyard was one for criminals, thus further driving the point home as to why there were graves for Angela, Eddie, and James in there.


I think its because they were criminals. James killed his wife, Angela her father (i think), and Eddie was already a criminal. Thats why Laura doesnt have a grave.

Author:  toadstool [ 06 May 2007 ]
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it may of been like a hint for sh4.
triator? i dont see how

Author:  BloodRedLion [ 06 May 2007 ]
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It had nothing whatsoever to do with SH4.

Author:  Heidy Chang [ 06 May 2007 ]
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I havent played SH4 in a loooooooooooong time. I dont remember Miriam K was mentioned other than she being a victim of Walter nor the reason why she was killed. Ill have to replay the game over and see what ill find.

Author:  The Adversary [ 06 May 2007 ]
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Miriam K. isn't one of Walter's victims. Miriam Locane is.

Author:  Heidy Chang [ 06 May 2007 ]
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St. Thomas wrote:
Miriam K. isn't one of Walter's victims. Miriam Locane is.


Now im getting confused >< So it was "Locane" not "Lokane". The k part was an error from Walter, right????

Author:  JuriDawn [ 06 May 2007 ]
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No. Walter had nothing to do with the Miriam K. referenced here. Why do people find it so hard to believe that two completely unrelated people might be named Miriam?

Author:  The Adversary [ 06 May 2007 ]
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Especially ones with different last names. . . .

Author:  Heidy Chang [ 06 May 2007 ]
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I see, thanks for the info guys :wink: This proves i have to play the games more often T_T

Author:  BloodRedLion [ 07 May 2007 ]
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Or just use the information provided on the forums...it's all readily accessible.

Author:  Heidy Chang [ 07 May 2007 ]
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BloodRedLion wrote:
Or just use the information provided on the forums...it's all readily accessible.


Yeh i learned a lot through this, even things about the games that i thought had no meaning.

Author:  toadstool [ 07 May 2007 ]
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mariam k could be related to dr. kauffman.
i dont frikkin know. it seems out of place to me. it was right next to walters grave.
maybe it was m locaines name before she was adopted or something. her mother?

Author:  The Adversary [ 07 May 2007 ]
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It has nothing to do with Miriam Locane. Everyone needs to get over that.

Author:  toadstool [ 07 May 2007 ]
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It has nothing to do with Miriam Locane. Everyone needs to get over that.

so it holds no significance? in sh4 they never mentions this topic at all?
ill try to wikipedia it LOL

Author:  BloodRedLion [ 08 May 2007 ]
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Alright, you do that LOL. You'll find nothing. Because it has nothing to do with SH4 or any of Walter's victims.

Author:  Mephisto [ 03 May 2018 ]
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I was playing SH2 again and this subject came to mind. Nobody found anything about this individual? After all this time?

After a Google search I found this post on the SH Wikia and this guy has some good shit going on:
http://silenthill.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:44894

Any thoughts?

Author:  Doo-glas [ 25 Jun 2018 ]
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My guess? It's a very subtle reference to the cult aka The Order.

Like the Jennifer Carroll statue and in my opinion the "436 People at a Recital" painting, which I also think is referring to the cult given the number of 400 people in the Crimson Ceremony book (not the exact number obviously but too close to be a coincidence)

Someone in Silent Hill was a traitor and it put them in a grave, who could they have betrayed that would lead to their death? Sounds like The Order to me!

Of course it could just be sending the message that more people have been drawn to Silent Hill than just Eddie, Angela and James and have nothing to do with The Order.

Because if it a reference to The Order it's THE most subtle one, but there are lots of references to The Order sprinkled throughout the game, reminding you that though 2 is a "side story" the events of the first game still very much happened.

Author:  Tabris [ 01 Jul 2018 ]
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Honestly, my guess is he was just a war criminal or some shit considering the setting.

Author:  Doo-glas [ 11 Jul 2018 ]
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I guess it could have been a reference to the Civil War era, yeah.

But thinking further about it, I think it's just to imply, like the Walter Sullivan story originally was (before it was spun off into a larger story in 4) that more people are being drawn into Silent Hill's darkness than just James, Eddie and Angela.

The corpses you find scattered about in the streets are another example of that, while James sees them as wearing his own clothes, they probably really are the corpses of unlucky people who wandered into town.

Same deal with notes like "I'll wait at BAR Neely's" and many other tidbits of info that point to other people.

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