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Crimson Peak Kink Meme ([personal profile] crimsonkink) wrote2015-10-17 10:43 pm
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Edith/Ghost!Thomas Astral Projection/Astral Love making

[personal profile] edithsharpecushing 2015-10-18 10:52 pm (UTC)(link)
Edith doesn't see the ghost of Thomas Sharpe after leaving Allerdale Hall, but she hears and feels him wandering about her house at night. Sometimes she dreams of the past horrors of Crimson Peak, but the nightmares never stay for long, a light presence always washing over her before they can become too real. Edith does some research on lucid dreaming and decides to contact him between the realm of the living and the dead. She meets him on the Astral Plane, they meet every night and talk about her work and life, and they are together and in love.


+Edith and Thomas travel to cities on the astral plane.

+Astral!Edith and Ghost!Thomas are neither completely solid but they don't look quite like ghosts either, they can control their appearance, move through one another or touch each other when they choose. Their energies are gold and white and brightens or dims depending on their mood.

+Thomas comments on freeing the victims of the women and child of the house from the ghost of Lucille.

+Edith forgiving Thomas and Thomas realizing he'd been in a manipulative, abusive relationship with his sister and forgiving her.

Edith/Thomas (TW: Abuse and incest at background)

(Anonymous) 2015-10-19 09:03 pm (UTC)(link)
Edith is the first victim Sharpes choose. Thomas falls for Edith, she for him. Gorgeous costumes and scenery would be nice.
Abuse background and incest between the Sharpe siblings, but no smut, please.
Happy ending. Even Lucille ends in the good asylum.

Edith/Thomas Thomas has a praise!kink

(Anonymous) 2015-10-23 06:43 pm (UTC)(link)
Can be pre/during/post events of Crimson Peak, some hurt/comfort, I just need lots of praise!kink Thomas.

Lucille/Edith/Thomas au movie divergence

(Anonymous) 2015-10-26 01:57 am (UTC)(link)
(Because lol at the way Thomas suggested they all run off together in the movie. I'm not quite capable of coming up with a prompt fill to get past Lucille's persistent and obvious attempts to murder Edith at that point.)

Edith meets Lucille before she encounters Thomas. Thomas is wooing his original mark, not Edith. Jealous and resentful over Thomas's progress on his fourth engagement, Lucille seduces Edith as revenge. Lucille only means to make a point before returning to the usual MO, but she finds that she is actually very fond of the pretty dreamer Edith. Maybe she reminds Lucille of the innocent young Thomas.

Lucille is less fond of Edith's dad, who has no reason to research the Sharpes' past, but harshly declines Thomas's request for investment. So Lucille kills him. Honestly: she's still that kind of monster.

Adrift, Edith turns ever more to Lucille for comfort. And Lucille decides she's had enough of watching Thomas sulk and suffer under the attentions of women they both resent. She torpedoes his new engagement. She's going to get Edith and Thomas both. Thomas will follow her; he always does. And perhaps they could have a child.

I made it for you

(Anonymous) 2015-10-28 08:24 pm (UTC)(link)
so, clever lil' Thomas used to make toys for Lucille... what if at some point said toys became a bit more... adult? heh.

Edith/Thomas, Carter Cushing - resurrection

(Anonymous) 2015-11-06 04:29 pm (UTC)(link)
The dead are returning to life. Only the newly dead, but all across the world they are returning. Only those who had passed on, so ghosts who remain on this earth remain ghosts. Thomas' return seems like a fresh start for him and Edith, and things seem to be going well, as he begins to move past the years of abuse, grooming and conditioning he lived with Lucille. Then Carter Cushing comes back from the dead, and things get...complicated.
Bonus points for:
- Lucille's vengeful ghost showing up at any point and/or some sort of resolution for Lucille, because she was a victim too.

Edith/Thomas -- pneumonia and escape (h/c)

(Anonymous) 2015-11-24 12:41 pm (UTC)(link)
When Edith goes up to see Thomas' workshop for the first time, she finds him at his table, with his blanket over his shoulders like in the film, but here he's chilled, feverish, and dangerously sick. Also too we're gonna bump the season ahead a bit and say the snow's already flying, leaving Allerdale Hall cut off. Which means Lucille has to call off the whole "poisoning Edith" plan, because she needs her to help Lucille keep Thomas alive.

Bonus points if at some point in his illness, Thomas reveals something that drives Edith to risk the weather and roads to get them both away from Allerdale ASAP.

(no actual Thomas death, por favor. The movie handled that just fine.)

(Edith/Thomas) Edith learns the darkness of her own love.

(Anonymous) 2016-03-07 10:38 am (UTC)(link)
After the events in the movie Edith finds herself unable to sell or even demolish the estate of Sharpes (just as declare the truth about what happened. And by manipulations prohibits Alan to do so. Thus the official version of events is that Lucille again went crazy and killed the wives of her brother and the brother himself out of jealousy). She was still deeply yearns for Thomas. But soon she realizes that his ghost not haunts the mansion or herself cause he made his peace before his death. But Edith, who for obvious reasons, take a deep interest in the subject of ghosts, fear that they will not meet in the death and using some methods to summon and hold Thomas' spirit from afterlife. So when she dies, he will be right there next to her, and they will have a new chance.
bonus
+ If over time, Alan began to suspect that ghosts haunt Edith and she just does not dare to share it (so not became mistaken for lunatic). And secretly decides to hire professional aid to get rid of them.
++ Edith interrupts them just in time.
+++ In the new home of Edith allocated several rooms (one is workshop with all Thomas' tools and inventions) for Thomas to 'haunt'.

Edith/Thomas - Ghosts give a second chance to Thomas cause they still love him

(Anonymous) 2016-03-09 03:00 pm (UTC)(link)
When Edith and Alan got to the settlement they are both in bad enough condition not to be able to say much before falling into unconsciousness from injuries and stress (Alan passed out even earlier than they did this to the people). Just that Lucille went crazy and killed Thomas (Edith thinks so because she saw his ghost). Some time later, Finlay brings barely alive sir Thomas - he wanted to recheck the invention of young master. After all, they're work on it a lot - it would be terrible if it fell into disrepair due to frost. And he found the corpse of his master's sister. He immediately rushed to search for sir Thomas.
Meanwhile, in her unconscious Edith was still haunted by the ghost of murdered wives and surprisely by mother of Thomas. They show her dreams of a childhood of Thomas and Lucille and about that happened to the other women, and mother always insisted that his blood will be on the hands of Edith. So at the time when Edith become better, she is quite a lot of sympathy even to Lucille (although Edith cannot forgive her for manipulating of own brother and compulsion him into incestual relationship - Lucille may not realize it in the beginning, but she has always used Thomas' feel of guilt and his desire to comfort his sister and repay good, against him) does not want to ruin the good name of her husband. So when she wakes up and gets interviewed she only confirms that Lucille went crazy and tried to kill her. Thomas seems able to calm her down, but when doctor McMichael arrived Lucille became aggressive again and this time Thomas was unable to reach her.
When Alan wakes up she makes sure to get to him first. It turns out he does not know much, so it's easy to push him on the thought that Thomas' previous wife was the victim of his insane sister. And Thomas just do not understand this because Lucille well concealed her illness. Untill Edith. And when he understood that he recently tried to talk then play along with Lucille, believing that she is not lost yet.
As soon as she finds that Thomas was alive, she prefers to stay by his side. Because after losing the blinders of naivety, her love for him become stronger.
+ The ghosts show her what to say.
+ They also opened to Edith other mysteries of manor and when she became enough healthy, she returned to the estate because she dreamed of a hiding place in the Lucille room. There she found Lucile's personal diaries that she was from the moment learned to write (at first for the practice, and then out of habit).
+ Diaries confirmed dreams (though in a more exaggerated way - the writer is biased and child).
+ Thomas did not know about Lucille plans for Mr. Carter, until he saw the body.
+ More than half of diaries divided into a written apology to Thomas from Lucille for her own misdeeds against her brother. Another part is rationalized why it was necessary for Lucille doing what she was doing with/to/for Thomas, and how it was for his own good.
+ Ghosts interfere with the consequence, that when law enforcement officials inspected the house they found no records or any other bodies. Apart from Enola's, and even in its proper place in the crypt of Sharpe with all the appropriate attributes of a normal burial.
+ The investigation begins and ends while Thomas was still not conscious. He wakes up in the US, where he was transported by Edith.
+ The invention works and so mines. This gives reason for Thomas and Edith to visit estate.