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Shelly inherited the taxidermy company from her parents, working with her brother Calvin. When Calvin went missing, she attempted to locate him, utilizing posters to do so. She believed that his obsession with cryptids had contributed to his disappearance. Despite wanting to stay in Lewisburg until she had closure regarding his fate, Shelley eventually left, leaving a note for Calvin on his terminal.
In the note, she indicated that she planned to move to "where Mom and Dad said we'd always live some day," hoping that he would return and read the message. She was unaware of the full nature of Calvin's employment by the Bysshe Company or of the existence of his secret lab in the basement of the store.
She was close with Deborah Timmerman before the bombs dropped, eventually becoming her significant other. Carver Timmerman references Shelley, indicating that she works as a trapper for his family's hunting business in Kentucky. A letter suggests Shelley and Deborah are still alive and together in recent times.
The spelling of her first name is spelled both "Shelley" and "Shelly."
Behind the scenes
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- Life with Calvin
- Wanted: Sheepsquatch
- Van Lowe Taxidermy terminal entries; terminal, Please read, from Shelley
- Van Lowe Taxidermy terminal entries; terminal, Pending Response: 11/17/2077
- Carver Timmerman: "Well I was born around here actually, but my mom moved us sometime after the war. Now we've live in a settlement out in what used to be Kentucky, I guess. Maybe it still is Kentucky? I don't know, I tried reading some old geography text books as a kid, seemed like a waste of time now, though."
(Carver Timmerman's dialogue)
- Libby Wen: "Is there no one else from your family that can run shipments for you, Carver?"
Carver Timmerman: "Well my mom used to do this before she got sick. And I guess Shelley could, but then we'd be down a trapper. Why do you ask? I'm not very good at this, am I?"
(Carver Timmerman and Libby Wen's dialogue)
- Discarded letter