Maybe it's due to her blindness, or perhaps she just prefers the darker image, either way, June only ever wears black. Even in the warmest Louisiana weather, she'll still be sporting a black dress. At first it might seem like she's always prepared for a funeral, but eventually you get used to it and see that it matches her strange and somewhat eerie personality.
June and Anelie are cousins and share a trait other than their redhair: they're both a little awkward. While Anelie is on the quite side, June can be just plain creepy. It's unsure whether or not this is intentional, but she does give off a strange vibe. June prefers to keep to herself, only speaking to the guests in short, cryptic messages, then returns to the shadows where she was previously lurking. She can most often be found curled up in a chair in the library, reading one of her braille books, which no one but her really knows what they're about. If you try to approach her usually one of two things will happen: she'll either whisper an unnerving reply or remain completely silent. Also don't be surprised if she does something unusual like follows you down the hallway in the middle of the night, smells you when you're not paying attention, or casually pats your rear, she'll just whisper the excuse 'I'm blind' then walk away. She's probably harmless but she's definitely a strange woman. Several people in town say that with her looks if she dressed a little more lively and stopped with the strange act, she could have easily found a husband, even with her disability, though several other people in town seem to think she's some sort of witch and should be avoided at all costs. The later of which claim that if you listen carefully on the balcony, you'll hear her singing a strange spell in the middle of the night, and you will also notice strange people arriving at the plantation wearing black cloaks every Saturday evening.
June moved to New Orleans 5 years ago when The Rising Sun went on the market. By this time the plantation already had a very dark history so the price was lowered a great deal. June was quick to snatch it up despite it's bloody past (or perhaps BECAUSE of it) and promptly turned it into a bed and breakfast with the help of her cousin, Anelie. Her life before New Orleans is as cryptic as everything else involving June, but sometimes she will reveals bits and pieces, though half of them are probably a lie. She's often told people she lost her sight due to a deal with the devil, but that's probably her being sarcastic, right?