|Appeared in:||Oh, What a World!|
After a few cycles of reincarnation, Freya decided to take some time off from her mother, sister and aunt, who all decided to stay and live in East Haven as pharmacists in the Beauchamp Apothecary. Freya settled in San Francisco at the beginning of the 1900s and opened her own bar. There, she became a very popular barmaid - known for her fantastic "love cocktails" and her palm readings. She also met a talented young pianist called Henry, with whom she fell in love instantly. Her father Victor, who had decided to spend some time with her in town, saw the two of them as soulmates. Unfortunately, when Ingrid was killed accidentaly by Wendy in 1906, it triggered the girls's curse and Freya died the following morning in the Great Earthquake of 1906, leaving Henry all alone.
In her current incarnation, Freya heard Killian play the piano and had the impression that she knew the tune, to which he replied that it was impossible, as he had just created it. However, it was the same tune that he used to play when he was Henry. When she spoke to her father about her marriage with Dash, Victor told her about the time he had seen her in San Francisco, and it led her to give up marrying Dash.
Freya was one of the many witches who lived on Earth and practiced their magic in secrecy. She possessed the powers of:
|Witches of East End: Season 1|
|Marilyn Fenwick, R.I.P.|
|Today I am a Witch|
|A few good talismen|
|A Parching Imbued|
|Oh, What a World!|
|Witches of East End: Past lives|