Ingrid Beauchamp is one of the main characters of Witches of East End. She is the daughter of Joanna Beauchamp and Victor Beauchamp, and older sister of Freya and Frederick Beauchamp, and niece of Wendy Beauchamp and Helena Beauchamp
Ingrid is the more mild-mannered daughter of Joanna Beauchamp who has been working as a librarian for East End Public Library and has now been given the task of curating a local university's newly-donated collection of historic documents relating to witchcraft in Southern New England from the 1650's to the present day.
She calls herself a "wallflower" and a "rational skeptic". She is described as thoughtful and cautious by her mother. Her aunt appreciates that Ingrid is reliable and always there for them, comparing her to an anchor. Though she pretty much lives up to these words, Ingrid is annoyed by it. She says that she can be fearless and bold, which she has done more than once, albeit with varying results. She almost died trying to reverse the curse upon her that came about after she resurrected Wendy with a spell she wrote herself.
She has been interested in witchcraft since before the events of the series, using it as the subject of her doctorial dissertation and going out of her way to get a job much related to the craft that only PhD's can get. She never believed in witchcraft and only studied it, at first, until her mom revealed to her a big secret: she and her sister, Freya, are witches. She was reluctant to use her powers at first, having had to deal with tragedy early on since she came into them. But, she has grown more confident in using her powers and has since become very skilled in using them in such a short time.
However, Ingrid has shown a different side of herself since she and Dash began interacting with each other on a deeper level. Though she didn't want to reveal anything to Dash yet, Ingrid finally did so and promised to help Dash control his powers, something he gratefully agreed to. She went out of her way to help hide the body of a man that Dash killed to protect her and lied to Freya about all of it, something Ingrid wouldn't normally do.
Like her family, Ingrid was born in Asgard. When her grandfather King Nikolaus took the throne, she was made princess of the kingdom. In the first episode, it is found out that Ingrid and Freya are reincarnations of their previous lives. After being banished from Asgard, their mother Joanna was cursed to give birth to her girls and raise them until their untimely death before they could reach age 30 in a repeating cycle. One of Ingrid's earliest incarnations was during the 1600's, where she was burned at the stake by Witch Hunters alongside her sister Freya. Judging by Joanna's reaction to their deaths, this is assumed to be their first death.
Another one of Ingrid's incarnations occurred in the 1900's. Ingrid worked at the Beauchamp Apothecary alongside her Mother and Aunt whilst Freya was in San Francisco. The Apothecary is currently the site of the East End Public Library. whilst Freya was in San Fransisco. At some point around 1905, Ingrid began a secret relationship with a Witch named Archibald Browning. He was responsible for creating Fair Haven which he used to house his cult of Witches. The cult took part in blood filled orgies and at the time was surrounded by much fear from outsiders. Ingrid planned to run away and get married to Archibald but she was stopped by Wendy. Archibald then attacked Wendy and tried to get Ingrid to kill her aunt but she refused. Instead, Wendy used her powers to throw a metal ball at Archibald, however Ingrid jumped in the way to protect Archibald's daughter Athena. The ball hit Ingrid and knocked her off of the balcony inside the Apothecary, killing her instantly.
Throughout The Series
Pilot - Ingrid is shown going to the engagement party with Freya her sister. There she meets Adam, who secretly has a crush on her and she has a small crush on him. When roaming the halls of Fair Haven she came across a picture of her and an unknown women when she took the picture out to her surprise it then disintegrated in her hands. She tells him how she, learned cool stuff behind this house and how fascinating this house can be. Adam, invites her to dinner, in which she says yes too. Later hat day Ingrid's friend Barb who is having fertility problems suggest they do a fertility spell. After hours her, Barb and Hudson then try the spell at first it appears like nothing happened but after they left the pentacle that was used began to glow suggesting that the spell did work. The next morning tells the girls about their aunt Wendy Freya excited to meet her but Ingrid looks at her and releases that she is the women from the photo that disintegrated at Fair Haven and rushes out the house. At the East End Public Library Barb comes up to Ingrid and tells her that the fertility spell worked, that she dreamed Ingrid handing her, her baby, but Ingrid did not want to believe it. She then puts the piece's together and confronts her mother about being a witch. Shortly after, Adam has to cancel when he arrests Joanna.
Marilyn Fenwick, R.I.P. - After Wendy dies, Joanna tells her, what's inside the cabinet. After finding the book, she thinks to herself that she can't possibly do this. Ingrid finds the resurrecting spell and soon after resurrects a dead Wendy. Wendy is mad, that Joanna didn't tell them, that they are witches, and what Ingrid was extremely bad. Telling her, that if she brings someone she loves back to life, someone she loves has to die also. After learning that Freya is still in the painting, they run to the bar to get her, not knowing that she escaped. When they get to the bathroom, Wendy tell Ingrid she feels queasy runs into a nearby stall, only to turn into a cat, which leaves Ingrid alone. When Freya walks in, she finds them doing the spell, Ingrid forgets to stop the spell and Doug comes out into the painting. Shortly after, They get into the car and Ingrid starts explaining what happened, when Wendy turns back into a human. She then gets a text message from an unknown guy to go to Aunt Marilyn's grave. Wendy finds out, that the grave isn't someone, that the grave has ten grand, and that they need to use that to bail out Joanna. After they bail out Joanna they then return to their home and Joanna explains everything to them. Freya is upset and leave and Wendy, Ingrid and Joanna then go to The Bent Elbow to check to see if Doug was still in the painting. They then return home and Ingrid then comes through the door and pulls Freya up before she dies while Joanna and Wendy put Doug back into the painting. Ingrid is then seen burying the painting that Doug is trapped inside with Freya, Wendy and Joanna and then return to their home. Outside a Shifter puts a curse on the tree on the lawn of their home.
Today I Am A Witch - In the morning Joanna seen the curse mark that was put on the tree. While after the incident, Wendy decides to teach the girls how to use their magic properly. Wendy tells Ingrid, that her power comes from her knowledge and that she used to be able to create spells. Meanwhile Ingrid tries to telekinetic-ally raise a rock, when she ends up raising a bunch of fish and hurtle them towards Freya and Wendy. At the Library Ingrid is researching spells until Adam arrives and asks to take her out on a date, she hesitates but Adam tells her that he is off the case due to their history. Ingrid then agrees to go on a date with him and they both head to The Bent Elbow. She wants to re-write a spell, that will cancel the resurrection spell, but when Wendy tells her no, Ingrid still goes to the Library to do so. At the Library Ingrid sits in a circle of candles, she finishes tweaking the spell and begins to chant it, her hands then begin to freeze and she screams in pain, falling to the floor. Wendy runs in and reverses the spell just in time. At the library, Wendy is healing a crying Ingrid, when Ingrid asks her why the spell didn't work. Wendy replies stating that it is destined to happen, and she can't change fate. Adam enters after he sees the lights on, and Wendy leaves. The two chat until they start to kiss, and then to make out. After, she leaves the library she heads home, once she gets there she enters Wendy's room and sees that Freya, Joanna and Wendy are already there. Joanna tells them that they are all in great danger, and she is okay with them doing magic. Ingrid due to the recent events tells her she is going to take a break from magic. Unfortunately, Joanna takes them outside, and they put a protection spell on the house, and the dead tree comes back to life.
A Few Good Talisman - In the morning Joanna is telling the girls a story about the Salem Witch Trials and how she cut off the ear of the man that let them die. Joanna then tells the girls them that they can use their magic but only in an emergency Wendy then says "and for fun sometimes" and makes it snow. At the Libary Barb comes up to Ingrid and ask her to be the Godmother of her and Bob's baby even though it's early. Ingrid is then seen at the Bar with Freya, Freya then suggest that Ingrid loves Adam, Ingrid shocked releases that he might have to die cause of the resurrection spell. Adam then takes her to a candle dinner in the library but then runs away because she does not want him to get hurt due to the resurrection spell and leaves Adam devastated. Ingrid and Barb are walking down the street and suddenly Barb has complications with the baby and is rushed to the hospital. Ingrid is then joined at the waiting room of the hospital with Hudson who then comforts her. She then goes outside of the Hospital in the rain and is joined with Adam who is trying to comfort her. When hugging she sees blood dripping from his nose and Adam then starts to die due to the resurrection spell.
Electric Avenue - The day of Adam's funeral Wendy goes to Ingrid's room and try to convince her to go but she says that she doesn't want to play the grieving widow. When the door is closed it is revealed that Ingrid summoned Adam's spirit back and they are happy together. Adam then tried to leave to go to work and Ingrid reveals to him the truth that he is dead he doesn't believe her at first but then he remembers his death. His nose starts to bleed but she then heals she then reveals to him that she is a witch, Adam shocked storms out. Ingrid finds Adam at his own funeral and tells her he tried to talk to them but they couldn't hear or see him. Ingrid then explains to him that she is the only one that can see him because she isn't normal and that he is pure energy and that's why they get a shock every time they touch each other, the two then kiss in love. Freya then tells Wendy that Dash's ex-fiancée is haunting her. Wendy then thinks because ghost can not come back willingly she then releases the reason Ingrid is not in mourning because she summoned Adam's spirit back. Wendy then confronts them and tells Ingrid that he need to go back on the other side before the full moon or he is stuck there forever, but Ingrid already knew that. Then Wendy tells Ingrid that she will change and he won't and makes Ingrid rethink her decision. Ingrid then confess to Adam that he died because of her but surprisingly Adam forgives her. At the cemetery Ingrid starts to send Adam back to the other side he ask her if he could come back whenever she wanted him to but he only gets one chance. Adam has almost pass away but then gives Ingrid one last kiss as he passes to the afterlife.
Potentia Noctis - At the Library Ingrid is joined with Penelope Gardiner, Dash's mother and Freya's ex-mother-in-law. She reveals a photo that was found in Fair Haven with one of Ingrid's incarnations hugging a young girl. Ingrid is surprised by how much the woman looks like her, Penelope then suggest that she must be a relative and Ingrid agrees even though she known that the woman was her in a past life. She then later shows the picture to Joanna and Wendy, they both tell her that she has nothing to worry about, that Penelope can not figure out that it was her in her past life. She ask them if she knew Archibald Browning and who was the little girl she was with but Joanna and Wendy do not respond. She then storms out looking for answers. Ingrid then creates a spell and cook it into a brownie that make her seem as if she were high. She then falls asleep and relives her past, she discovers that she was in a secret cult with Archibald and was his fiancée. Joanna, Wendy and Ingrid are then seen in the East End Public Library which they used to own, sell herbs and heal the sick. Archibald then walks in and ask for Fever Fox but Joanna and Wendy refuse to sell him it. Archibald then redirects to Ingrid and tells her it's nice to see her again Wendy then sees that something is going on with them. At Fair Haven Archibald is seen reading a story to his daughter Athena Ingrid then comes in and Athena is very happy to see her. Ingrid brings the herb and then Archibald and Ingrid then preform a spell on an elderly women named Elizabeth to make her younger and it works. Later Elizabeth became unstable and died possibly because she was not a witch, her brother an elderly man as well comes looking for her but Archibald snaps his neck disappointed that Ingrid would not do it. Ingrid is then seen in a wedding dress packing to run away and marry Archibald but is stopped by Wendy. Archibald and Athena appear waiting for Ingrid, Archibald then knocks out Wendy and telekinetic-ally holds Wendy and try to convince Ingrid to kill her but Ingrid refuses. Wendy then wakes up a create a Metal Ball and aims it for Athena but was possibly trying to aim for Arichbald but still woozy. Wendy launches the metal ball but Ingrid jumps in front of it knocking her over the stairwell then dies. Ingrid wakes up in her bed the spell she had cast over and starts screaming, Joanna then comes in and ask her what's wrong and she repiled "Wendy killed me.". Joanna then explains to Ingrid everything and Freya walks in telling then that there is a whole wall of Ramous Mortioum in the catacombs of Fair Haven.
Unburied - The episode begins with Wendy tied down in a chair around a circle that blocks her powers while an someone is circling around her. The person turns out to be Ingrid who then cast a spell reaches into Wendy chest and kills her. 24 hours earlier Ingrid comes down the stairs happy and sees her sister Freya in the Grimoire who reveals that she is having dreams about Killian. Ingrid then helps her find the correct spell. Wendy then comes into the kitchen tells Ingrid hello but she runs upstairs because she knowns that Wendy killed her in a past life. She is then seen at work with her friend Hudson who begin to talk about her. A man then comes to her and tells her to bring some books to him she tells him it will take a while he reply "Just make it sooner better than later". Ingrid not liking the tone of his voice confronts him and they get into an argument but then is taken away by Hudson. She is then seen at home looking at pictures of her past lives, she figures out that her and Freya always die young around their age now. She confronts her mother and she confesses Joanna tried to tell her that her and her past lives are different but Ingrid then walks away. At the cemetery The Shapeshifter is at the grave of 1906 Ingrid Beauchamp, bring her back from the dead but she looks decomposed so she gives her an herb to help her look normal. Joanna and Wendy are in the garden and Joanna reveals that Ingrid known she killed her. At the Library where an event is taken place Ingrid is greeting guest she then sees books on the ground and fixes them on the self. She is then cornered by a man named George who ask her out but she declines she then grabs her but she whispers a spell and break his fingers then Mike comes in and rescue her. 1906 Ingrid tricks Wendy into leaving with her, but captures her and tortures her for revenge and the Serpent Clavem. Normal Ingrid greets the man who helped her with George and thanks him he tells her his name is Mike and she gives him her name Barb then calls her and Ingrid leaves. Joanna finds out that Wendy has gone missing and uses a location spell that leads her to Wendy who was killed by 1906 Ingrid again, Joanna then kills 1906 Ingrid because she is already dead. Wendy is then resurrected and is surrounded by Freya, Joanna and Ingrid, Freya and Joanna walk out of the room but Wendy stops Ingrid and ask her if they are okay because their even now Ingrid tells her yes.
Snake Eyes - Ingrid is first seen in The Bent Elbow with Freya discussing her, Killian and Dash. Freya then gives a troubled couple a spell bound drink to make them fall in love again. Ingrid then goes to work at the library and Barb tells her that Mike is there for her. Who needs her help with finding out about the historical fiction of East End. Mike then comes over to Ingrid asking for books about witches and occult in Fair Haven. Barb then comes over and tells Mike about her dissertation about the Occult and tells Mike about the fertility spell Ingrid perform on her. Mike is still reading on the fictional history about witches in East End when Ingrid comes over and shows Mike that she found a book that he wrote and asked him to sign it for her, which he does. He thanks her for helping him and ask to see her dissertation but she tells him that she never finished it. He realized that a dissertation on witches was kind of ridiculous and that she doesn't believe in witches. Mike tells her that she probably shouldn't read his next book because it's about witches. She tells him although she does like science fiction, Mike tells her that his book is not science fiction because he believes that witches exist. He tells her that he believe that witches came from another world called Asgard but Ingrid plays like she doesn't believe him and tried to change his mind. Mike then tells Ingrid about his father an architect who spent his entire adult life trying to prove that Asgard exist. People thought he was insane and eventually that's what he became he died a couple of years ago but before he died he shared his work with Mike. Mike looked over his fathers work and saw that it all made sense and that he believe's that the way to Asgard is in East End. He then shows her a faded map his father found of a map of Asgard and sees a symbol that Mike could not figure out. When Mike leaves to get a book Ingrid cast a spell on the map and sees that it is a map of Asgard and then undone the spell to hide the details of the map. Mike and Ingrid then leave the library and confronts her mother and aunt Wendy about Asgard and Mike they then admit that Asgard is real but the key is destroyed.
A Parching Imbued - Joanna, Wendy, Ingrid and Freya are then seen on the beach trying to find out what has happened to Freya's powers, unknown that Penelope is watching them. Ingrid then comes to the bar where Freya is working with her wedding dress and they both go down to the basement and Freya tried on it on and Ingrid compliments her. Ingrid and Freya are discussing her powers when Killian walks in and is stunned by Freya, Ingrid then leaves to let Freya and Killian talk. At the library Ingrid is staking books when Mike comes in and shows her the last diary his father was writing before he died and at the back was repeatedly "A Parching Imbued". Mike ask her to help him and make history she answer him "Why me?", Mike then replies "Because your a witch.". Still in shock Ingrid finally gets a grip on herself, try to convince Mike he is wrong but he told her about the charity event when a man George tried to assault her she said some words in Latin and his fingers broke. She then tells him that she is not a witch and goes back to work. Ingrid is closing up when Mike corners her who tried to get her to admit to being a witch and tells her that "A Parching Imbued" rearranged is "Ingrid Beauchamp" but she keeps denying it, in a desperate attempt he stabs himself in the legs to get Ingrid to heal him and she does. Ingrid then goes to the bar and joins her sister she tried to tell her about Mike but Freya cuts her off and says that she meet their father but Ingrid doesn't want to known him. Her and Freya then leave to go to Freya's rehearsal dinner then Victor their father shows up. He tried to talk to her but she walks away. In their garden at their oame Ingrid is picking a bush when she is cornered by Mike. He tells her that she is the second key to Asgard, that he knows where the portal to Asgard is and that she is going to help him open it.
Oh, What A World! - Ingrid is first seen where she was in the last episode talking to Mike. He is trying to convince her to open the portal to Asgard, but she tells him that she won't. The next morning Ingrid goes to Mike's hotel room and steal all of his research to keep him away from Asgard but it caught by him. He then attempted to attack her but she used a quick spell to stop him and leave. Ingrid enters the room to find Freya and Victor was having a conversation, Victor then leaves. Ingrid talks to Freya about how much she is going to miss her after she is married to Dash and moves to Fair Haven even though it's going to be a mile away. Victor returns when Ingrid ask her to talk but tells him that it is not a father-daughter talk. She asks him about Asgard, he tells her that there was a war and their side lost, known of them wanted to leave and there are still some they left behind. In the motel Mike is putting on a suit and loading a gun while singing "Here Comes The Bride". Freya, Ingrid, Joanna and Wendy are then seen with Freya getting ready from her wedding and the burn some sage together. Mike is drinking champagne then goes and holds a gun to Ingrid's back taking her to Fair Haven's catacomb. In the catacombs of Fair Haven Ingrid tells Mike all she has to do is one spell and then Mike shoots her in the shoulder. They are at the locked door to Asgard that looks like a plain wall but Ingrid dose not know how to open it. She then puts both her hands on the wall and it begins to rumble and the cement starts to crack letting out light and breaks open. Joanna and Wendy arrive and pull Ingrid from the wall, the portal to Asgard is open and an unknown person starts to come out.
Joanna is Ingrid's mother. After living a relatively normal life, Joanna was forced to reveal a secret that she kept from both Ingrid and her younger sister, Freya, all these years: they are witches. Though Ingrid was very much overwhelmed by how huge this secret was, she eventually gotten used to it and she didn't hold it against her mother for keeping it, unlike Freya. Their relationship as mother and daughter is generally close and affectionate. Joanna appreciates how grounded, responsible, and reliable her eldest daughter is and was both excited and saddened when Ingrid decided to move out of the Beauchamp home. She would remind Ingrid to live her life to the fullest and helped her accept that there is good and evil inside everyone, even Ingrid. (See their main page Joanna, Ingrid and Freya)
Victor is Ingrid's formerly estranged father. Ingrid originally didn't want to get to know her father, insinuating that despite whatever reasons he had, he still left them. However, things began to change when Ingrid wanted to know about Asgard and asked her dad about it, though she made it clear that she wasn't ready to reconnect with him yet. As of now, she doesn't know that her father sacrificed himself to save Joanna and Freya.
Wendy is Ingrid's formerly estranged aunt. When they first met, Ingrid was rather reluctant to getting close to her, as she remembers coming across a picture of the two of them from way back in Fair Haven. However, Ingrid and Joanna come home to Wendy dying from a stab wound caused by the Shifter, warning them of what the Shifter has done to Freya before finally passing on. Ingrid didn't know that Wendy had nine lives so she brought her back with a resurrection spell, something that Wendy didn't appreciate. However, the Beauchamp women worked together to save Freya and trap her attacker in a painting.
Since then, Wendy and Ingrid have grown very close, as the older Beauchamp lady would teach her niece about magic and get her out of very dangerous situations, like the after-effects of a poorly written spell. She bonded with her over the after-effects of Ingrid's resurrection spell, trying to help her accept whatever consequences it entailed. When Adam died as a price for Ingrid's spell and Ingrid kept his spirit with her, Wendy found out instinctively and told her to do what she needs to do what's best for everyone, no matter how much Ingrid resisted.
When Ingrid found out about what happened with Wendy and Ingrid of the 1900's, she was shocked and apologized to her aunt, feeling that she is completely capable of what her past self did. Wendy comforted Ingrid of her concerns and bonded with her, telling her that the present Ingrid is her favorite and she loved her. Wendy appreciates how grounded and responsible Ingrid is, much to the latter's slight chagrin. (See the main relationship page for Wendy, Ingrid and Freya)
Freya is Ingrid's younger sister. Having grown up together, Ingrid and Freya share a deep and close bond. They are perfectly comfortable with each other and talk to each other about a lot of things. Ingrid is very supportive of Freya with whatever decision she makes. Freya was happy for her sister when she started dating again and felt sad that Ingrid was going to move out, thinking she herself would be the one to do it first. Freya and Ingrid share similar concerns for Dash's growing powers and the older Beauchamp sister was not above lying to Freya about the things she did for the new warlock. (See the main page for Ingrid and Freya)
Frederick is Ingrid's younger brother. Though Ingrid and Frederick had little interaction since he came back, they do care about each other and the former was thrilled to find out that she had a younger brother. He told stories about the crazy things she did back in Asgard, something that makes her smile.
Barb is Ingrid's best friend and co-worker. She came to Ingrid when she had problems with getting pregnant and they did a fertility spell with Hudson for fun. But, soon after, Barb miraculously got pregnant and thanked Ingrid for somehow making it happen, even making her the godmother of her first child. However, Barb's life and that of her unborn child's was at risk because of what seemed to be the consequence of Ingrid's resurrection spell. However, she wasn't the target of Ingrid's curse, as soon after Ingrid receives the good news that Barb and her baby are safe, Adam (her boyfriend at the time) died in front of her.
Hudson was one of Ingrid's best friends and co-workers. His dry wit extends to Ingrid, who he lied to about him being late for work and sarcastically compliemented her on her earrings. But, despite those little scuffles, Hudson truly cares about Ingrid. He helped her do the fertility spell for Barb and witnessed her try a spell to help her with her job worries. He is later killed by The Mandragora's venom.
Dash Gardiner is Ingrid's newest friend and "student" in the craft. Though they had little to no interaction in the first season, Dash and Ingrid finally had a moment when he approached her about how is it possible that she has an identical brain structure as, apparently, another patient of his (he was really talking about himself). During their brief conversation, Dash didn't show any anger or resentment towards Ingrid, speaking to her in a friendly manner. He even kept her from seeing her boss, attacked by an unknown entity and had the symbol of the King carved into his chest (much like one of Dash's patients), who walked into the 4th of July celebrations. Ingrid would then witness Dash killing Kyle Hutton, his blackmailer, when she came to Fair Haven to tell him the truth, though he only did so to protect her. Ingrid then cast a spell to keep the body hidden and Dash was grateful to her for helping him and telling him the truth.
Dash truly does care for Ingrid when he went to the Library to check up on her, reassuring her that what happened between them wasn't her fault. He even promised to do anything for her in return for all her help. He spoke highly of Ingrid to Killian, unlike how he called Freya a "lying bitch". Ingrid helped him again when a spell he did with Killian went horribly wrong. When the dust settled, Dash discovered the wounds Ingrid sustained from feeding the Mandragora and he promises to help her fill in the blanks and figure out what happened with her.
Dash came to Ingrid when he cast a spell that began to cause him grave harm. Ingrid convinced him to do the right thing and reverse the spell, but he did something completely different and lied to her about it. However, he was really concerned about what was happening to Ingrid and questioned why she hasn't talked to her family about it. Suddenly, Ingrid attacked him with a feral aggression and he was infected with the venom of the Mandragora.
After being cured by Freya of the venom, Dash immediately offered her his help for the sake of Ingrid's well-being. Dash came through for Ingrid and they gave each other a warm hug upon learning that they were safe. Dash never left Ingrid's side when the Mandragora made itself known in the Beauchamp Family home and when Freya cast the spell that broke Ingrid's connection with the Mandragora. Dash asked her to go with him to the art gala and bought her a dress, implying he has feelings for her. They later kiss at the end of the gala. (See the main page for Ingrid and Dash)
Adam was probably Ingrid's first love. Even before the series began, Adam has shown interest in her. However, she would laugh it off, thinking it was a joke. However, things came to a head when Adam had to deal with the case of Bill Thatcher's murder, a crime that Joanna Beauchamp was thought to be responsible for. Ingrid took offense to how Adam was handling the case and only began talking to him after he was taken off of it. They began to date soon after, but Ingrid was afraid that Adam would be affected by the curse caused by the resurrection spell she cast on Wendy. She and Adam met soon after Barb was sent to the hospital after she had a pregnancy complication. When Ingrid told Adam that Barb and the baby were going to be okay, he suddenly died from an aneurysm right in front of Ingrid. Ingrid was so devastated that she cast a spell that summoned his spirit, keeping him from passing on. Though Ingrid and Adam enjoyed their time together, Ingrid knew she had to let Adam go, and she did. Adam reassured her that he'll always be watching over her before he finally passed on. (See the main page for Ingrid and Adam)
Penelope Gardiner was the Shifter who was attacking Ingrid's family. However, it seemed that Penelope never did anything to harm Ingrid directly, probably because of the fact that Ingrid was like a mother to her in a past life. However, Ingrid was more than happy to help her family face whatever the Shifter threw at them.
Mike was a researcher on the occult that met Ingrid on a rather bad note in the Public Library. However, he came to her aid when George, a man who wanted to ask Ingrid out, wouldn't leave her alone. They became friends rather quickly and he would gladly show his research to him and she would keep the library open so he could do some more, much to Mike's gratitude. However, once they began talking about Asgard and witches in East End, Ingrid suddenly became a little put off by him. When he began insisting that she was a witch, he literally swung an axe to his thigh, forcing Ingrid to heal him. Ingrid then tried to derail Mike's plans to find the portal to Asgard. However, he beat her right to it and held her at gunpoint as they went to the catacombs under Fair Haven to open the portal. Ingrid was shot in the arm by Mike and she successfully opened the portal. However, Mike was incinerated by the intense light that radiated from the portal only moments after it opened. Ingrid felt sorry for Mike when she found out what happened to him, despite the fact that he put her life at risk.
In the first episode of Season 2, The Mandragora is seen to be feeding off of Ingrid, but she never remembers their encounters. They seem to have a connection, but it is also shown that Ingrid is not well after all her memory loss and sleepwalking. It is very possessive of her. The creature is later separated from the mating bond and killed by Frederick. (See the main page for The Mandragora and Ingrid)
Powers and AbilitiesIngrid is a witch whose powers come from her strength of mind. Like any other witch, she has the ability to move things with her mind, cast spells, and have limited control over the weather which so far has only been shown to be from the Beauchamp's.
Ingrid's first significant act of magic was a resurrection spell (a powerful piece of magic for a novice like Ingrid, at that point) that brought her aunt, Wendy, back to life after being stabbed to death by Penelope Gardiner. When Wendy first taught Ingrid how to use her power of telekinesis, Ingrid was able to empty the middle of a lake of fish with just her mind whilst Freya was unable to lift a rock out of the lake, showing her great potential despite being a relative novice.
Ingrid has a certain proficiency with healing spells, like her aunt Wendy. She can also defend herself if she has to, though she normally resorts to less damaging spells. She is not bad with potions as well, as she brewed a potion that she baked into brownies that allowed her to see what happened to her past life in the 1900's. She also knows enough to teach the Gardiner brothers how to reverse the spell that was killing Killian.
Ingrid is the key to Asgard, as she is the only person with the ability to open the portal. According to the Occult History of Sorcery, Ingrid possesses four arcane abilities that are unique to her status as the Key, but these abilities are yet to be revealed.
In Ingrid's past life, she was skilled at writing spells. Wendy, her aunt, compared Ingrid writing a spell to Mozart composing a concierto. With practice, she will be able to write her own spells as she did in her past life. However, Wendy states that this will take years of practice. She tried once, but it would've ended disastrously if not for Wendy's timely intervention.
Like the rest of the Beauchamp women, she was cursed upon being banished from Asgard by her grandfather. She was cursed with never being able to live past the age of 30 through horrible deaths, such as burning at the stake or falling victim to her aunt's spell and falling from a great height. However, she gets another chance at life every time she dies. This is because not too long after she dies, Joanna would end up being pregnant with Ingrid again.
- Spell Casting
- Potion Making
- Atmokinesis (Limited)
- Telekinetic Blast
- Elemental Manipulation
- Enhanced Strength
- Precognitive Dreaming
- Portal Opening
- 4 Arcane Abilities
Known Past Lives
See also: Ingrid Beauchamp/Gallery
In the novel, Ingrid is described as prim and having a rigid modeling-school posture. She is always appearing between her late twenties and early thirties and she also works in the local library. Of all the main characters, the two Ingrids are the most alike. However, Ingrid of the novels works on historical blueprints while Ingrid of the television series has been working on historical documents pertaining to witchcraft. Similarly, Ingrid of the television series makes mention of her affinity with witchcraft, using it as the topic for her doctorial dissertation, something the Ingrid of the novel series didn't even speak about.
- In A Few Good Talismen it is shown that Ingrid and Freya were burnt at the stake in 1693. According to the intense wrath of their mother Joanna, it could have either been their first death or one she couldn't have predicted.
- In Electric Avenue, a gravestone from one of her previous incarnations is shown - it states her lifetime from 1876 to 1906. The day she died, killed accidentally by Wendy, Freya died a few hours afterwards.
- In A Parching Imbued, it was revealed that Ingrid is the second key to Asgard.