Pamela Joane Fitzgerald is the mother of Brigitte and Ginger Fitzgerald and the wife of Henry Fitzgerald. She is portrayed as a loving, albeit clueless mother to her daughters.
History[edit | edit source]
Pamela Fitzgerald was the wife of Henry Fitzgerald and the mother of teenage sisters Ginger and Brigitte Fitzgerald. She lived in the suburban community of Bailey Downs in Ontario, Canada. A chipper and loving woman, Pamela often disregarded her children's more eccentric behavior and always made herself available to give motherly advice. When Ginger began complaining of back pain, Pamela was quick to point out that it was the onset of the girl's first menstrual cycle. This conversation devolved into an argument and Ginger avoided any future talk on the subject.
A short time later, Pamela came home and found the girls playing one of their "death games". In truth, Ginger and Brigitte were trying to cover up the accidental death of a high school student named Trina Sinclair. Pamela found two severed fingers which she at first dismissed as fake props, but soon discovered that they were in fact real. Realizing what must have happened, Pamela grew extremely protective of her children. She went down to Bailey Downs High School to find them. She never asked any questions about the severed fingers and told the girls that she was ready to leave her husband, burn down the house and drive off somewhere to start a new life. This plan never came to pass however as Ginger, having been infected with the curse of lycanthropy, turned into a werewolf and killed several people. She in turn was killed by her own sister who stabbed her in the heart with a knife.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Pamela wears a headband, a turtleneck, and a variety of outer-wear jackets depicting cuddly animals.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Brigitte Fitzgerald[edit | edit source]
Ginger Fitzgerald[edit | edit source]
Henry Fitzgerald[edit | edit source]
Trina Sinclair[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- It is implied that Pamela and Henry do not have the healthiest of marriages. Pamela makes reference to going to counseling and she also makes several unflattering remarks regarding her husband Henry's character. She also demonstrates a willingness to abandon him after learning about the accidental death of Trina Sinclair to run away with her daughters.
- "Pamela" is what Ginger and Brigitte always referred to their mother, never as mother or mom.