Haven, Maine, a town where people with supernatural abilities have moved to for years to mute their powers, allowing them to lead normal lives. At least until recently. Following the capture of a killer FBI agent Audrey Parker uncovers a mystery, the town-peoples' powers are beginning to rise.
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Born and raised in Elmira, Ontario, Lucas Bryant has made a name for himself in both Canada and the U.S. ...
Nathan Wuornos is a local police officer who becomes Audrey's partner. He doesn't have the sensation of touch. His relationship with his father, the Chief of Police, Garland Wuornos, is problematic. In fact, Nathan discovers he isn't his real father in the Season 1 finale when a man named Max Hansen, who also cannot feel pain, comes back to town. As time passes after the Chief's death Nathan comes more and more to appreciate him and wishes he could have asked him the right questions while he was still alive to have understood him better then. Though he will always be "the Chief", the term, once a rejection of a father, becomes a sign of affection.
He has a condition that he calls idiopathic neuropathy and therefore physically can't feel anything, though his condition is a result of the Troubles. Nathan can only feel one thing: Audrey's touch. He keeps this information to himself until the end of Season 1, when he tells her. As a result, he develops intimate feelings for Audrey as they continue to work together. When Nathan is sent back to 1955, he meets Audrey's earlier incarnation, Sarah, with whom he has an affair. As a result, Sarah becomes pregnant, making Nathan the father of her son, James Cogan (Thanks for the Memories).
As children, Duke and his friends used their knowledge of Nathan's condition to bully him. In one instance, they had a competition to see how many tacks they could stick in Nathan's back before being caught. They then convinced Nathan to talk to a popular girl who was horrified when she saw his condition. Nathan blames Duke for triggering the return of his Trouble as it reemerged during a fight between the two of them. Because of their past, Nathan and Duke resent one another, though their mutual interest in Audrey's well-being has helped to improve their relationship.
In Fear and Loathing he temporarily has his condition "stolen" from him by the Troubled Ian Haskell. He thoroughly enjoys being able to feel again, but, when faced with Haskell's imminent death, he gives up his chance to feel to save Jackie Clark from what he considers to be a much worse affliction.
Nathan tries to infiltrate the Guard, an organization that protects the Troubled, by starting a relationship with Jordan McKee (Over My Head). This affair ends after she commits several bad acts including kidnapping Ginger, a Troubled child, and threatening Audrey (Burned). Unable to stop Audrey from entering the barn, Nathan tries to force Agent Howard to help. Jordan shoots Nathan, who in turn shoots Howard.
In Fallout, he is shown to be in hiding since he is being targeted by the Guard for shooting Howard and disrupting the cycle, meaning the Troubles are still happening. He reluctantly rejoins the Haven Police Department so that he can use police resources in order to try and find Audrey, in return for helping Dwight dealing with the Troubled. He intends to let Audrey kill him in order to end the Troubles once and for all.
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