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|Place of origin||Milan, Italy|
|Affiliation||Allerdale Hall, England|
|Relations||Sir Thomas Sharpe (husband)|
Unnamed baby (child)
Lady Lucille Sharpe (sister-in law)
Beatrice Sharpe (mother-in law)
James Sharpe (father in-law)
|Cause of death||Poisoned|
|Behind the scenes|
|Created by||Guillmero del Toro|
|Performed by||Javier Botet|
Enola Sciotti is the third wife of Sir Thomas Sharpe.
Overview[edit | edit source]
A woman from Milan, Italy, She was the first woman that Thomas ever felt a sexual attraction to. It was her personality and shared interests more than her looks that first beguiled him. He had made a promise to his sister that he would never give himself to another. Thomas was too scared and too conditioned to obey Lucille to ever go against her outright. Instead he would try and go around her without her knowledge. As his feelings for Enola grew stronger he began to pretend to put the poison mixture in her tea in hopes that he could minimize the effects and delay her passing. Enola’s death came a few weeks after the death of his infant. Thomas was not in the house when she met her end.