Jessica Elkhart
Portrayed By Isabella Hofmann
First Seen "Never Let Me Go"
Status Living
Gender Female
Alpha Type Influencer
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Jessica Elkhart has the ability to cause people to feel immense emotional attraction. She can then cause her "victims" to experience a withdrawal-like symptom by breaking this emotional attraction. Like Matthew Hurley, her ability relates more to hormone production. She needs physical contact with the person in order for her ability to work. Elkhart is now residing at Binghamton Special Research Facility.


It was first explained that her son died in a car accident but it is later discovered this accident was actually a suicide. She also claims her husband died from cancer when her son was twelve, but later revealed to be her fault.

Elkhart discovered her ability when her son, Chris, was born. She "felt this overwhelming rush of love" and soon learned she could make others feel the same way. It wasn't until after her son died that she discovered that her ability had negative consequences. She discovered this because her husband confided in her that he knew about their son being bullied in school but did nothing. She told him she never wanted to see him again, the next day he was dead.

Rosen tells Nina that Elkhart's ability or "oxytocin bond" works both ways. Since the death of her son, Jessica is experiencing a psychotic postpartum depression, which means she is not fully rational.


She is the cause for the deaths of several towns people, due to their poor treatment to her son. Jessica justifies her murders by calling it "justice." She attempts to do the same to Rachel Pirzard by treating her kindly and showing her the level of understanding and love Rachel has always dreamed of having with her own mother. When Rachel figures out who she is and what she has done Jessica tries to kill her by inducing a withdrawal by physically slapping Rachel and telling her "I don't love you. I want you to die."


The withdrawal symptoms her victims experience is caused by an over production of cortisol, which can be counter-balanced by oxytocin.

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