Kirstie died a young death but managed to cement her identity in her short years. Before her murder, Kirstie held a tough exterior and was often found taking the mickey and mouthing off to those that crossed her. Except with Charlie, she gravitated towards him because he made her feel safe.
Kirstie was bored of living in the country and passed the dull hours by dancing to Madonna and Cindy Lauper, drinking and smoking the occasional joint. Kirstie does not remember who killed her, but when the memory of being drowned in the Yoorana Weir surfaces, a deep sense of rage and betrayal overtakes her, leaving her shaken and vulnerable.