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}}'''Leann Hart'''<ref>[http://www.welcometonightvale.com/faqs Spelling of Leann Hart]</ref> is an editor for the ''[[Night Vale Daily Journal]]''. She has previously functioned as foreign corespondent for the newspaper.
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==History==
'''Leann Hart''' is an editor for the ''[[Night Vale Daily Journal]]''. She has previously functioned as foreign corespondent for the newspaper.
 
 
In an announcement about the ''Journal'' 's budget shortfalls, she noted that these circumstances have nothing to do with the reported extravagant birthday party she threw for herself in the [[Night Vale Stadium]]. She then regretted mentioning the birthday party at all, due to the fact that she was never even born. She delivered these statements by whispering through [[Cecil Palmer]]'s mail slot and tapping on his window in Morse code.<ref name="ep14">Episode 14 "[[The Man in the Tan Jacket (episode)|The Man in the Tan Jacket]]"</ref>
   
 
During the revolt against [[StrexCorp]], Leann Hart used her hatred of digital news media as inspiration for her hatchet attacks. She was heard to shout at StrexCorp workers, "I am imagining you all as news bloggers! You are destroying years of journalistic tradition!" She also collaborated with [[Sarah Sultan]], using her as a projectile weapon.<ref name="ep49a">Episode 49A "[[Old Oak Doors Part A]]"</ref>
In an announcement about the ''Journal'' 's budget shortfalls, she noted that these circumstances have nothing to do with the reported extravagant birthday party she threw for herself in the [[Night Vale Stadium]]. She then regretted mentioning the birthday party at all, due to the fact that she was never even born. She delivered these statements by whispering through [[Cecil Palmer]]'s mail slot and tapping on his window in Morse code.<ref name="ep14">Episode 14, ''[[The Man in the Tan Jacket (episode)|The Man in the Tan Jacket]]''</ref>
 
   
 
During "Hatchets", she threw a hatchet at Maureen, apparently mistaking her for a blogger. Leann was not arrested for this.
During the revolt against [[StrexCorp]], Leann Hart used her hatred of digital news media as inspiration for her hatchet attacks. She was heard to shout at StrexCorp workers, "I am imagining you all as news bloggers! You are destroying years of journalistic tradition!" She also collaborated with [[Sarah Sultan]], using her as a projectile weapon.<ref name="ep49">Episode 49, ''[[Old Oak Doors Part A]]''</ref>
 
 
During ''Hatchets'', she threw a hatchet at Maureen, apparently mistaking her for a blogger. Leann was not arrested for this.
 
   
 
The article found on the submarine arriving from [[Nulogorsk]] from [[1983]] that says the village was decimated by a nuclear attack was written by Hart, then foreign corespondent.
 
The article found on the submarine arriving from [[Nulogorsk]] from [[1983]] that says the village was decimated by a nuclear attack was written by Hart, then foreign corespondent.
   
She wrote a book called ''What's with All the Stuff About Teeth?: [[Joyous Congregation of the Smiling God|The Joyous Congregation]] Exposed'', but it seems to be based on her own biases rather than facts. <ref>[[It Devours!|''It Devours!'']]</ref>
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She wrote a book called ''What's with All the Stuff About Teeth?: [[Joyous Congregation of the Smiling God|The Joyous Congregation]] Exposed'', but it seems to be based on her own biases rather than facts. <ref>''[[It Devours!]]''</ref>
   
In an attempt to make more money without more work, Leann begun to travel in time over and over again, selling her newspaper throughout hundreds of timelines. During this process, she became more and more involved in the events happening around her, eventually influencing many of the timelines through her actions, trying to establish which outcomes would sell most newspapers. In one version of reality, she convinced a psychopath to poison the town water supply, killing all Night Vale residents. After collecting enough data, she gave up time travel and decided that causing fear in people was the best approach to selling newspapers. <ref>[[Are You Sure?|''Are You Sure?'']]</ref>
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In an attempt to make more money without more work, Leann begun to travel in time over and over again, selling her newspaper throughout hundreds of timelines. During this process, she became more and more involved in the events happening around her, eventually influencing many of the timelines through her actions, trying to establish which outcomes would sell most newspapers. In one version of reality, she convinced a psychopath to poison the town water supply, killing all Night Vale residents. After collecting enough data, she gave up time travel and decided that causing fear in people was the best approach to selling newspapers. <ref name="ep133">Episode 133 "[[Are You Sure?]]"</ref>
   
== References ==
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==Mentions==
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* Episode 3 "[[Station Management (episode)|Station Management]]"
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* Episode 4 "[[PTA Meeting]]"
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* Episode 6 "[[The Drawbridge (episode)|The Drawbridge]]"
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* Episode 14 "[[The Man in the Tan Jacket (episode)|The Man in the Tan Jacket]]"
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* Episode 16 "[[The Phone Call]]"
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* Episode 40 "[[The Deft Bowman]]"
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* Live show "[[Condos]]"
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* Episode 49A "[[Old Oak Doors Part A]]"
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* Episode 56 "[[Homecoming]]"
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* Episode 62 "[[Hatchets]]"
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* Episode 82 "[[Skating Rink]]"
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* Episode 107 "[[The Missing Sky]]"
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* Episode 110 "[[Matryoshka]]"
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* Episode 130 "[[A Story About Us]]"
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* Episode 133 "[[Are You Sure?]]"
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* Episode 142 "[[UFO Sighting Reports]]"
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* Episode 165 "[[Charlie]]"
   
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==References==
[[Category:Night Vale residents]]
 
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{{Reflist}}
 
[[Category:People of Night Vale]]

Latest revision as of 14:49, 13 May 2021

Leann Hart[1] is an editor for the Night Vale Daily Journal. She has previously functioned as foreign corespondent for the newspaper.


History[]

In an announcement about the Journal 's budget shortfalls, she noted that these circumstances have nothing to do with the reported extravagant birthday party she threw for herself in the Night Vale Stadium. She then regretted mentioning the birthday party at all, due to the fact that she was never even born. She delivered these statements by whispering through Cecil Palmer's mail slot and tapping on his window in Morse code.[2]

During the revolt against StrexCorp, Leann Hart used her hatred of digital news media as inspiration for her hatchet attacks. She was heard to shout at StrexCorp workers, "I am imagining you all as news bloggers! You are destroying years of journalistic tradition!" She also collaborated with Sarah Sultan, using her as a projectile weapon.[3]

During "Hatchets", she threw a hatchet at Maureen, apparently mistaking her for a blogger. Leann was not arrested for this.

The article found on the submarine arriving from Nulogorsk from 1983 that says the village was decimated by a nuclear attack was written by Hart, then foreign corespondent.

She wrote a book called What's with All the Stuff About Teeth?: The Joyous Congregation Exposed, but it seems to be based on her own biases rather than facts. [4]

In an attempt to make more money without more work, Leann begun to travel in time over and over again, selling her newspaper throughout hundreds of timelines. During this process, she became more and more involved in the events happening around her, eventually influencing many of the timelines through her actions, trying to establish which outcomes would sell most newspapers. In one version of reality, she convinced a psychopath to poison the town water supply, killing all Night Vale residents. After collecting enough data, she gave up time travel and decided that causing fear in people was the best approach to selling newspapers. [5]

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