In A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, more of Freddy's backstory is revealed by the mysterious nun who repeatedly appears to Dr. Gordon. Freddy's mother, Amanda Krueger, was a nurse at the asylum featured in the film. At the time she worked there, a largely abandoned, run-down wing of the asylum was used to lock up entire hordes of the most insane criminals all at once. When Amanda was young, she was accidentally locked into the room with the criminals over a holiday weekend. They managed to keep her hidden for days, raping her repeatedly. When she was finally discovered, she was barely alive and was pregnant with the future Freddy Krueger, with the result that Krueger was regarded as 'the son of a hundred homicidal maniacs' due to it being impossible to determine which of the rapists was his individual father. However, in A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, it is implied that Freddy had discovered which one of them was his biological father (also portrayed by Englund in a dream sequence), and hates his mother for rejecting him. Later, in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, it is revealed that the children Freddy killed when still alive were the children of people who had wronged him since childhood owing to his twisted reputation. Krueger also has a daughter, Katherine, who seeks to end her father's horrific legacy once and for all.