The following are some facts about Herb Robert Control:
1) The name “Herb Robert” was given to him by a friend of his.
The nickname “Death Come Quickly” was given to him by another person.
2) He is not from the United States but from England.
He has been living in the United Kingdom since 1987. He does not have any relatives there except one sister who lives in New York City.
3) He has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
4) His mother died when he was only three years old.
Her death caused him to become withdrawn and depressed. She had suffered from depression since her childhood due to her father’s alcoholism and abuse during their marriage. When she became pregnant with Herbert, she did not want to tell anyone about it because she feared that if she told someone then he would beat or kill her and they might never see each other again.
5) He has two sisters who live in New Jersey.
They do not like him very much and they think he is a bad influence on them.
6) He has a brother named Richard who lives in Florida.
Their relationship is good though.
He was born without his left eye and with no nose, so he wears glasses to compensate for these physical defects. He has a lot of burn scars on his face due to an accident involving boiling water when he was only three years old. He is able to hear, but cannot smell anything.
He has a special condition known as heterochromia in which one eye is a different color from the other. His left eye is green while his right eye is brown. He has no hair at all due to a bad haircut when he was younger. His eyebrows are grey and bushy. He also has a beard.
Herb Robert (real name Herbert Robbert), also known by his nickname “Death Come Quickly”, is an infamous Englishman who is the main antagonist in Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes, and Making Fiends: The Darkness Inside. He is the leader of the Left-Eyed Gang, which also includes twins Henry & Belinda Baker, Jesse Murphy, Marion Kovac, and Hank Simpson. He has a younger sister who lives in New Jersey.
Herbert was born on December 5, 1895 in London, England to an alcoholic father and depressed mother. He was the second of three children after his sister, Eliza, and before his brother, Henry. Between age 3-5, he had burn scars covering his face and body after an incident involving a kettle of boiling water. At the age of four or five, he learned how to play the piano and would practice it for hours a day. During this time, he became very withdrawn and quiet.
He also had a lot of nightmares. When he turned six years old, the family moved out to New Jersey in the United States due to his father’s work as an accountant and Herbert’s nightmares continued, as well as a worsening stutter.
Herbert would continue to have nightmares until he was twelve, when they suddenly ceased completely. It was then when he stopped stuttering as well. He also began to hear a voice in his head that urged him to do things. It was at this age that he decided to play the piano for his school’s recital, despite having not practiced at all. He had heard the popular song “Maple Leaf Rag” on the radio and managed to memorize it perfectly after hearing it only once.
He played the piano piece in front of the entire school, impressing everyone.
At age sixteen, Herbert grew very excited when World War I began. He wished to go overseas to fight for America despite his young age.
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