Crystal Lukas is 28 years old and was once known as Debbie Loomis. She is from Scream and looks a lot like
Cobie Smulders. She is open.
“What did you just say? Was that a negative, desparaging remark about my son? About my Billy?”
Most people know Crystal as the unstable, emotional mother of the five year old girl who drown in the Deacon Falls River. She was the one that had been blamed for her daughter’s death, but it was never proven, and she had been considered the town whack-job ever since. Of course, it had to have been psychologically damaging to watch her own child die before her eyes, but to then be accused of being the one to do it? Crystal has been trying to get her life back on track every since the death of Amanda, yet she can’t seem to get anyone in town to think she’s not the bad person they’ve all become convinced that she is.
Mrs. Debbie Loomis posed as a local reporter to seek revenge against those responsible for killing her son, Billy. She not only wanted revenge against Sidney Prescott, but also Gale Weathers, since she bragged about shooting Billy first. Mrs. Loomis is arguably the clumsiest Ghostface. She orchestrated the copycat killing spree with the assistance of psychopathic film student Mickey Altieri. However, Mickey and Debbie herself were both ultimately killed in the process. Mrs. Loomis abandoned her son, Billy, after she discovered that her husband, Hank Loomis, had been having an affair with fellow Woodsboro resident, Maureen Prescott. Coincidentally, Maureen’s daughter was Sidney Prescott, Billy’s girlfriend. Billy and his best friend, Stu Macher, killed Maureen
Even just trying to find a new job has become a challenge for the once lively and bright young woman, but now she’s nothing more than sad, mumbling, out-of-her-mind with grief woman whom nobody wants to hire… Except when she’s not. The time when Crystal feels the most alive is when she’s getting trigger-happy in the park or a little too crazy with her knife behind Sampson’s. Nobody would have suspected the bright-eyed brunette to be able to do such things - and the way the bodies turned up in the river would make it seem as though only someone who knew a lot about hunting would be able to do.