Phoebe's Dream Manifestation
When the Tracer tried to kill the Sandman at the manor, Phoebe pushed him out of the way and was hit with dream dust, causing the chainsaw killer to materialize. Inspired by his, the Tracer decided to bring all the sisters' nightmares to life.
When the killer attacked Phoebe again, she stabbed him in the chest with a coat rack, causing her to sustain the same injury. When Leo healed Phoebe, he healed the killer as well. Phoebe then realized they were connected, so she trapped him in a Crystal Cage.
The sisters later used a spell to enter their dreams and confront their fears. When Phoebe kicked the killer down the stairs, he multiplied in three, causing the killer in the manor to multiply as well. As her sisters and Leo fought off the killers, Phoebe realized she needed to unmask him to beat him. When she pulled off his mask, she was shocked to discover herself and woke up.
After the killers disappeared, Phoebe explained that she was the killer, because she had not forgiven herself for what happened with Cole and didn't believe she deserved to move on.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Other Powers
- Cloning: The ability to duplicate oneself. The Chainsaw Killer somehow duplicated himself after being kicked by Phoebe.
- Life Link: The ability to share one's life with another. As Phoebe's dream manifestation, the Chainsaw Killer could not be harmed without harming herself in the process.
The Chainsaw Murderer appeared in a total of 1 episode throughout the series.
- Season 5
- Sand Francisco Dreamin'