[S6E4] The Colony
Cricket heads back into the woods and comes face to face with Scathach, who is revealed to be the true leader of the Roanoke Colony. Cricket explains that Matt had sex with Scathach in exchange for information about Roanoke. Upon accepting, Scathach transported him into her memories of the Lost Colony, a community whose bounty is directly derived from the practice of human sacrifice. Thomasin's son, Ambrose, objected to the sacrifices and rebelled against his mother's rule. Thomasin killed the entire colony, thus binding them to the land for the rest of eternity.
[S6E4] The Colony
TL;DR: The failure of thesecond colony happened sometime between Tailing a Comet and Code of Honor. Thereason the facility was abandoned was because the medics had left to collect ashipment of the blue Quintessence only to be killed on their return journey bythe same creatures which later attack Keith and Krolia.
Lady Rose reads about the Moonella Group, Britain's first nudist colony, in Wickford in Essex. The private property, whose owner's true identity is still uncertain, was populated by members of the English Gymnosophical Society, an organization inspired by the writings of Harold Booth. He was a proponent of British Naturism, which promoted nudity, asceticism and meditation. The colony was replaced by a new site near St. Albans.
Back on Laconia, Cara's parents are horrified when they discover she used the strange creatures in the wilderness outside of the colony to resurrect her dead younger brother Xan, who returns home pale and with blackened eyes. Cara's father stabs the revived Xan who quickly heals before he and Cara flee into the woods, with Xan displaying traits that match individuals comprised of the mysterious protomolecule as he ponders why his parents are afraid of him and reacted with violence. 041b061a72