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In December of 2014, Lori was living on a farm in McCormick, Illinois with her husband Phillip and his parents. Unlike most ghouls, they believed that their "meat" tastes better when it dies a natural death. To this end, they kidnapped six humans from a thirty-mile radius and buried them alive in their farm's cornfield to create a "crop" on which to feast with the plan to eat the humans once they had all frozen to death.
Eventually, the family's activities were discovered when Phillip stole organs from the bodies at the funeral home in which he had recently got a job and murdered another employee in order to eat the organs due to growing impatient with waiting for the "crop." The kidnappings drew the attention of hunters Sam and Dean Winchester who realized that they were dealing with a nest of ghouls from Phillip's robberies. The hunters were able to connect the funeral home robberies and the murders to the Carson family.
After the hunters discovered the Carson family "crop," they were found and ambushed by the family themselves with Darrell armed with a double-barrel shotgun, Lori a pistol, Kate a hand scythe and Phillip a hunting knife. Darrell immediately recognized the Winchesters as being hunters and had his wife and son disarm the men of their machetes as he and Lori kept them covered with their guns, something that Lori greatly enjoyed. The ghouls took great pleasure in explaining what their "crop" to the hunters with Darrell deciding to simply shoot them rather than plant them with the others.
Before Darrell could fire, the Winchesters sprang in opposite directions and as Dean hit the ground, he shot Darrell in the chest and Lori in the arm. Darrell staggered back a bit, but was otherwise unharmed by the bullet while Lori was disarmed. Before Kate and Phillip could retaliate, Sam threatened to kill one of the ghouls three living prisoners which would spoil their "meat," causing the ghouls to freeze in uncertainty. While the ghouls were distracted, Dean dove between Kate and Phillip to retrieve the Winchester's machetes. The ghouls reacted too late to Dean's actions and Dean decapitated them before they could turn more than halfway around.
Following the death of the Carson family, the Winchesters called 911 to deal with the three surviving victims who were in bad shape. Before the authorities arrived, they buried the bodies of the ghouls in the field.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Lori possessed all the powers of a regular ghoul.
- Shapeshifting - Ghouls have the power to transform into any human, though they can only transform into humans they've fed off of, regardless of whether they are still living or dead.
- Super Speed - As a ghoul, she was faster than regular humans.
- Super Strength - As a ghoul, she was stronger than regular humans. The Carsons were able to move so fast through a field that they kicked up a huge amount of wind before them.
- Limited Invulnerability - As a ghoul, she was invulnerable to most forms of harm. A bullet to the arm caused her to drop her gun, but otherwise failed to cause her any real harm.
Lori possessed all the typical weaknesses of a ghoul.
- Decapitation - As a ghoul, Lori could only be killed by decapitation.