|Nicknames||Earp Heir (revenants)|
|Portrayed by||Melanie Scrofano|
As the great-great granddaughter of the famous lawman, Wyatt Earp, Wynonna is the middle child in her family. Upon the death of her older sister, Willa, she became the heir of her family, and thus the only one able to break the curse on her family.
When Wynonna was young, her family's house was attacked by 7 revenants (criminals killed by Wyatt Earp's gun, Peacemaker, when he was alive). Somehow, the revenants managed to make it "past the bedrock" and kidnapped Willa, later killing her in the woods. The other revenants dragged Wynonna's dad out of the house, and Wynonna grabs Peacemaker and accidentally shoots him. After the deaths of her father and sister, it appears Wynonna and her little sister end up living with their uncle, Curtis.
Wynonna is as crass as they come. Apparently, as a kid she had quite a few run ins with the law as she mentions that juvie records are sealed once a person become 18. Therefore, she must have managed to avoid any more arrests after becoming an adult seeing as Agent Dolls doesn't use any for blackmail against her. With other people, Wynonna is overly vulgar and doesn't mince her words. She tells it like she sees it. And, with the amount of liquor she consumes, Wynonna doesn't have a filter.
Season 1 Edit
While Wynonna takes a bus to her home town of Purgatory, she meets a fellow traveler named Kiersten. When Kiersten decides to the bus in order to do her business outside when the bus breaks down since the bathroom is occupied, Wynonna advises her against it. Kiersten leaves against advice and minutes later her screams are heard back at the bus. The driver wants to leave, but Wynonna insists on going after her. As the bus drives off, Wynonna trudges through the forest in search for the other girl. She finds Kiersten's head minutes later, on a fashioned pike out of a tree branch. The thing that killed Kiersten proceeds to attack her. Somehow, Wynonna manages to fend him off and impale the monster with a stick through the eye.