A yuppie... just another yuppie who valued money over the real things in life. She never had children... because they were too expensive. She never married... didn't want to share her daddy's wealth, but for Lisa there was a faint unhappiness that she locked away in a box. This all too common feeling of "something missing" was usually kept at bay until Shyam found Lisa. After time, Shyam had discovered her ability to influence the emotions of those near her, and Lisa was (in a way) her first kill. Sure, Lisa's final thrust off the balcony of her daddy's vacation home was on her own, but the emotional push.. the seduction into suicide... was Shyam's doing.
Lisa was Shyam's last kill. The immediate reaction was a triumphant hysterical laugh. But as the night progressed, Shyam began to feel no different than the murderer behind the angry souls inside of her. She wondered around the dark lonely night, when she heard a man yelling,
She looked around and saw the man, no one else. He was also looking straight at her.
"Can you see me?" she asked. She didn't want to get her hopes up, but the idea of someone she could talk to made her heart flutter.
"Yes. Who are you? Eerr... what are you?"
That was her first introduction to a one Adrian Mills, the only human she knew who could see her. She grew really close to him, and before long she even confided about her murders, and how she felt afterward.
"You're a slave to the angry souls within you." he said.
"But Adrian... I am nothing without them. They are the reason I was created," she replied.
"True, Shyam, but they don't have to be the reason you still exist."
Shyam decided at this moment that he was right. However this revolt against the angry souls would not be easy. Usually a revolution was many against one, and it was still difficult. Shyam's revolution was one against many. An anguished expression appeared on her face as she fought her inner "demons" and they slowly gave in, leaving her pained existance.