The Lovers: James Sunderland and Mary Shepherd-Sunderland

"You've given me so much and I haven't been able to return a single thing. That's why I want you to live for yourself now. Do what's best for you, James..."

Nothing ruins a marriage quite like a terminal disease and as Mary's state decayed thanks to her illness, James grew increasingly frustrated because he needed a sexual outlet. The burden on his life, both emotionally and sexually took a toll and with Silent Hill doing what it does best, all those demons came to light in horrific fashion.

This is a story all about a man's need for sexual gratification, his self-hatred and shame for that fact, his dissonant resentment of his wife for being unable to please him and the psychological consequences of a ruined bond.