Kinch Heights [49, 84]
Nobody really knows anything official about Sykes Grove. But some wise survivors holed up in the Wilson Museum once told a rumour of how the place never got to live a good life. Never spoken of in the news, never admired by the public; always overshadowed by the neighbouring establishments. The rumour says that it was named after small-time Malton saxophonist Jason Sykes, after he died in his sleep from old age. Apparently, he had played at a governor of Malton's daughter's birthday party. Though he was never greatly popular anyway, and soon everyone had forgotten about him and Sykes Grove become nothing more than a doormat.