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Linda Walker was a minor villain in the Chick Tract "Lisa."


Linda was the wife of the tract's protagonist Henry, and she had to get a job for herself because of her husband's drinking problem. It turns out that Linda was well aware that her husband was molesting his daughter Lisa, and that he was selling her for profit. However, she did nothing to help make her situation any better nor did she even bother to call the police while she still could. Her job stressed her out so much that she hated herself, her daughter, and especially her husband. It's also implied that she beat her daughter. However, after her husband repented of his sins, she apologized for being inattentive for a few weeks, and their marriage becomes more successful than ever before, and young Lisa forgives her father for his shortcomings, and all is well in the Jack Chick universe.


  • Her excuse for not helping her daughter while she still could was that she was molested by her uncle when she was a child, and that she tried to pretend that nothing like that was going on in her house.