Not much is known about Becky, but it is implied that she's spent her entire life in Greenvale. She was either born into a wealthy family or acquired her fortune sometime later on when she was in high school, as her job at the Milk Barn would not be enough to maintain the mansion she lived in.
The only living family member mentioned in-game is Diane, the owner of an art gallery. They don't appear to be close. However, Becky has a very close relationship with Anna, her best friend, and Quint Dunn, her boyfriend. Some of the townsfolk find this odd as Diane is sophisticated while Anna is an "airhead" and Quint comes from a poor family.
Becky fell victim to Carol MacLaine's ploy, along with Anna, shortly before Agent Francis York Morgan's arrival. The two girls decided to join Carol's club, thinking that it would be fun and exciting. Instead she was forced to witness Anna's death and barely escaped with her own life. Hoping to incriminate George Woodman for the crime, she recorded some of the events in her diary and sent George's locket to Diane via the twins, Isaach and Isaiah Ingram. Unfortunately, the locket is intercepted by Carol and Becky meets an unfortunate end in her own bathroom.
Becky seems to be the opposite of Diane in many ways. While her older sister is outgoing, dresses well and prefers more "sophisticated" hobbies like art collection, Becky is reserved, dresses casually and spends her time doing "grittier" activities (working at a convenience store, hanging around Quint and his bikes, etc.). In addition, she spends most of her time holed up in her mansion whereas her sister is more accessible.
Like Diane, however, Becky can be manipulative and secretive when it suits her. When York comes to ask her about Anna's murder, she sends him on an errand to find out how Quint managed to buy a wedding ring for her. When Lilly Ingram and other people in town ask her what's wrong or why she's not coming to work anymore, she is evasive or ignores them. Even her diary yields few clues when York and Emily Wyatt find it. Instead of explaining everything and hiding the diary in a locked safe, she writes a letter to her sister about the broken shoe heel and that she's entrusting a crucial piece of evidence to her.
Becky does show compassion and an ability to love those close to her. During the Side Mission between her and Quint prove that she cares deeply for him and wants him to be an honest, hard-working man. The money doesn't matter to her as long as he's a good person. After Anna's murder, she leaves a clue in the form of her broken heel that she was crushed by Anna's death and couldn't bear to leave her in that condition. Rather than ignore the situation, she tries to avenge her death by putting the smoking gun in George's hand.
Becky's Role - The Second MurderEdit
Becky's crime scene raises the level of tension and horror set by Anna and hammers the seriousness of this murder spree into York's brain. She also reveals a vital piece of evidence - the victims are not necessarily killed right away. Becky is the first to point York in the direction of the murderer (literally) and leads him to some important clues with the key to her safe.
- One of Carol's songs is entitled "Miss Stiletto Heel," who is revealed to be Becky later on in the game.
- Several Side Missions in the game involve York bringing items back and forth between Becky and Quint, including an engagement ring. He later figures out that she isn't adverse to marrying him, but that she doesn't want him to give her a ring purchased with drug money.
- During one of Becky's flashback scenes, a box of Stabilizer can be seen on a table.