Daniel Robitaille/Candyman was the son of slave; he was an artist and was employed by a landowner. His talent was painting in which he painted a portrait of the landowner’s daughter Caroline, whom he had fallen in love with.
Born in the late 1800's in New Orleans, Daniel Robitaille was the son of a slave, who possessed a talent; he was able to paint and produce portraits. His father was famous for creating a machine that was able to mass produce shoes after the civil war in America; this allowed Daniel to attend good schools in which the white people had attended.
Daniel grew up in the society where he and his family were accepted. In his mid-20’s Daniel had been hired by a wealthy landowner to paint a portrait capturing his daughter’s virginal beauty, during this time of painting many portraits of the Caroline. The pair had fallen in love she then becomes pregnant with a girl (Named Isobel).
His Death (The Making of the Candyman)
hours they had returned to his body, however he was still alive. His love Caroline then runs into the crowd trying to stop any further harm to Daniel, but fails. Her father then takes a mirror and lets Daniel look at himself; Daniel then says the name “Candyman” and dies seconds after, Caroline takes the mirror and runs off she then sees Daniel's face in the mirror and keeps it as a prized possession of hers.
he returns as a medium and has the power to harm and kill people. Many murders of time have been committed after individuals have called his name five times in the mirror.
The myth of Candyman says if his name is called five times in the mirror, he would then appear behind the person and murder them with a bloody hook which has replaced his hand that was cut off by Caroline's father.
- Candyman 2: Farewell to the Flesh
- Candyman 3: Day of the Dead
- Be my victim - Candyman