Name: Santi (aka “The one who sighs”)
Category: Vengeful Ghost, Ghost
Age: 7-9 (?) at the time of death
Origin: Spain
Habitat: Bottomless pool (well?) in the basement of a Spanish Orphanage
General Description: A ghost of an innocent Spanish youth killed by one of the orphanage employees.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: Carlos and other orphanage children
Sworn Enemies: Jacinto
Special Powers: Sighing
Weapons of Choice: Santi enjoys drowning his victims. Especially if they are bleeding, thus leaving a cloud of blood in the murky waters of the pool Santi inhabits.
Weaknesses: Lack of physical body makes it extremely hard for Santi to avenge his death without outside assistance
Hobbies: Harassing children who have nothing to do with his death...
Pet Peeves: What do ghosts dislike? Being condemned to watch a tragedy being repeated time and time again? Pain, perhaps. Being dead while seemingly being alive? Being suspended in time… like a blurred photograph… like an insect trapped in amber?...
Nah! Actually, it’s not being able to scratch where it itches… And also those people who insist on using cell phones while on a toilet in a public bathroom…
Best Lines:
1) Many of you will die.
2) Many of you will die.
3) Jacinto. Bring him to me.
Total Estimated Power Rating: 4
2 Intellect Points + 1 Base Physical Strength Points + 1 Shock Point
Danger Level: Low. Santi can handle a wounded or weakened adversary, but he is rather ineffective when facing a healthy adult.
Identification: A pale boy with a profusely bleeding gash in his left temple. He seems to be surrounded by ghostly water at all times.
How to Avoid: Avoid swimming in murky basement pools.
Suggested Actions in Case of Encounter: Don’t be afraid. Santi might look creepy, but he is really not that bad. Unless you happen to be Jacinto, you have nothing to worry about.
Suggested Killing Techniques: As with most ghosts, killing Santi is not possible, for he is already dead.
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Movies and Books Featuring the Character:
- Devil's Backbone (2001)

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