Kellin never remembered going outside to play as a kid. He remembered staying cold and alone in his windowless room. His father never let him out, his mother was dead. He was chained to his bed, so he could never reach the door. When he got to the age of ten, his father took him to his uncle. His uncle owned a special place. This place was known as a torture house. Kellin was tortured throughout his teenage years.
As a grown man, the memories of that place still haunt him. Wherever he goes, whatever he does, whenever he sleeps, it haunts him. Kellin realizes that he needs help, or at least someone to talk to. He finally finds a therapist who is free the very next day. He knows he needs someone to talk to, and he just hopes that Victor Fuentes will be some help.