She naturally has a slight Scouse accent that she at one point took great pains to hide. She also enjoys Hungarian food, and laments that none of her friends will eat it with her.
During her first year of college at Oxford, she and her friend Alex encountered a group of people in the Medical Sciences Building who were supposedly protesters, but appeared to have all collapsed on the floor. The only person sitting up was a woman that Alex knew as one of the cadavers used in anatomy classes. The dead woman whispered something to Alex, who then joined the rest of the group in lying motionless on the floor. She whispered to Georgie, who tried not to hear, but she was unable to block out the phrase: "The moment that you die will feel exactly the same as this one."
Georgie later woke up in her bed, having been there for several days, and could no longer feel anything. She took a year off from university to recover, and never saw Alex again.
Due to this experience, Georgie no longer feels fear. She is unsure whether her fear was cauterized or stolen from her.
Georgie returned to Oxford (presumably Balliol College specifically), where she met Jon. The two dated for some time before parting on less than ideal terms.
She eventually starts the "What The Ghost?" podcast and befriends Melanie King. She had previously worked with Sarah Baldwin on two occasions and puts Melanie in touch her when she needs a sound engineer.
As of MAG 157, Georgie and Melanie are romantically involved and living together.
Since giving her statement to Jon in MAG 94, Georgie has recurring dreams about being in a dissection room. Unlike most characters with recurring nightmares, Georgie doesn't appear to be scared or upset by hers. She just looks right back at the watcher in pity.
Bold marks episodes where Georgie has given a statement.
- Georgie is voiced by Sasha Sienna, Jonny Sims' spouse.
- Georgie was named after horror writer Clive Barker.
- An episode of Georgie's podcast What the Ghost? is available as bonus content on the Rusty Quill Patreon.