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Alice: Madness Returns Edit
Most of the children in the orphanage mocked Alice and her past, while some were already showing signs of Bumby's brainwashing. The orphans were broken down mentally to become Bumby's slaves for his sexual nature and desire as well as prostitutes for many of London's perverts and pedophiles who engage in the act of child molestation.
The orphans are both male and female. They are around half of Alice's own height and have a consistent appearance which consists of rural, uncut hair, dirty, grey Victorian clothing, thin figures and dirty faces. The girls wear dresses, while the boys wear shorts. They also wear aprons with numbers on them.
In Alice's hallucination before the confrontation with Bumby at the train station, the orphans appear as translucent ghosts with barely any visible discernible features differentiating them from another, except their numbered aprons.
- The Wonderland counterparts of the orphans are the Insane Children of Wonderland, who have suffered at the hands of Dr. Bumby's own counterpart, the Dollmaker.
- One orphan can be found near the entrance of the Whitechapel Market reciting the Dream Man open, referring to him as the "Sandman." The child is in a catatonic state similar to how Alice was in the asylum, facing a wall and ignoring interaction.