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Uncle Johnny (full name Johnny Williams) is the main antagonist of the story Play With Me. He is a child molestor and the uncle and murderer of the story's protagonist, Sally Williams.
At the time of the story, Johnny has gotten a divorce from his wife. He told his brother he was relieved about it because it gave him more privacy. Johnny was invited to stay with Sally's family at their house and Sally was excited to see him. The first hint of Johnny's true nature occurs when Johnny insists on changing Sally in her pajama's and tucking her in.
Later on, Johnny molested Sally and when Sally tries to talk about it to her parents they pass it off as a nightmare she had. Johnny overhears Sally's parents discussing the "nightmare" and realizes Sally told them. Even though they don't believe her, Johnny gets angry and the next day, ask's Sally if she wanted to go shopping with him. Johnny drives past the store and takes Sally to an abandoned playground and tells her that she "broke the rules of the game" and must be punished. Johnny proceeds to rape Sally before killng her.
Johnny's fate isn't elaborated on, but Sally's body was found shortly after. Meanwhile, Sally's ghost is still around, hurt and depressed over what happened to her. The story ends with Sally's ghost encountering a teenager in her house and asking the teenager if she wants to play.
A dangerous and psychotic rapist, Johnny was cunning, perverted, manipulative, and merciless. Considering his vituperative acts, the reason his wife divorced from him are clear: he was certainly abusive and possibly a sexual offender aroused with children or rape victims.
Furthermore, he became attracted in a twisted way with Sally and wished to make her his personal scapegoat. However, the blackmail didn't work, and the evil uncle decided to get rid of her, not before raping her with delight pleasure. In addition, he was also cowardly and pusillanimous, as he feared to be taken into custody upon Sally's testimony, which unfortunately didn't happen.