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|name= Mary Sandra Winchester (née Campbell)
|actor= [[Samantha Smith]]<br>[[Amy Gumenick]] (Young Mary)
|dates= December 5, 1954
- November 2, 1983 (killed by [[Azazel]])<br>2016 - 2019 (killed by [[Jack Kline]])|location= [[Heaven]] <br>[[Lebanon, Kansas]] ([[Men of Letters Bunker|HQ]])
|episodes= [[1.01 Pilot]]<br>[[1.09 Home]]<br>[[2.20 What Is and What Should Never Be]]<br>[[2.21 All Hell Breaks Loose: Part One]]<br>[[4.03 In the Beginning]]<br>[[4.21 When the Levee Breaks]]<br>[[5.13 The Song Remains the Same]]<br>[[5.16 Dark Side of the Moon]]<br>[[6.19 Mommy Dearest]] (as [[Eve]])<br>[[11.23 Alpha and Omega]]<br>[[12.01 Keep Calm and Carry On]]<br>[[12.02 Mamma Mia]]<br>[[12.03 The Foundry]]<br>[[12.06 Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox]]<br>[[12.12 Stuck in the Middle (With You)]]<br>[[12.13 Family Feud]]<br>[[12.14 The Raid]]<br>[[12.17 The British Invasion]]<br>[[12.20 Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes]]<br>[[12.21 There's Something About Mary]]<br>[[12.22 Who We Are]]<br>[[12.23 All Along the Watchtower]]<br>[[13.01 Lost and Found]]<br>[[13.02 The Rising Son]]<br>[[13.09 The Bad Place]]<br>[[13.14 Good Intentions]]<br>[[13.20 Unfinished Business]]<br>[[13.21 Beat the Devil]]<br>[[13.22 Exodus]]<br>[[13.23 Let The Good Times Roll]]<br>[[14.01 Stranger in a Strange Land]]<br>[[14.02 Gods and Monsters]]<br>[[14.05 Nightmare Logic]]<br>[[14.11 Damaged Goods]]<br>[[14.13 Lebanon]]<br>[[14.17 Game Night]]<br>[[14.18 Absence]]
On March 23, 1972 after seeing the film ''Slaughterhouse-Five'', Mary bumped into [[John Winchester]], knocking him down. While Mary was embarrassed, John simply laughed it off, and told her she could get him a cup coffee to make it up to him. The two would go to Mulroney's Diner and talk. When John asked for Mary's number, she gave it to him, despite knowing her father wouldn't approve.
In 1973 [[Azazel]] killed both her parents as well as John. Mary made a deal with the demon in order to resurrect John. This involved her granting him access to her home ten years. On August 19, 1975 Mary and John eloped, in Reno. <ref>[[12.01 Keep Calm and Carry On]]</ref>Five years later Mary would give birth to [[Dean]] on January 24, 1979, with Sam following on May 2, 1983. Dean remembers her making tomato and rice soup for him when he was sick, and singing "Hey, Jude" to him as a lullaby.<ref>[[5.13 The Song Remains the Same]]</ref> Despite how John talked about Mary to Sam and Dean, there were indications that their marriage was not entirely happy<ref>[[5.16 Dark Side of the Moon]]</ref>, and that [[Heaven]] was involved in bringing them together in order for Dean and Sam to be born, as a [[Cupid]] revealed to Sam and Dean that John and Mary couldn't stand each other initially until Heaven's intervention.<ref>[[5.14 My Bloody Valentine]]</ref> Unbeknownst to John, Mary did hunt
once, at least a year after Dean was born, in order tie up a "loose end" before officially retiring from hunting.<ref>[[12.06 Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox]]</ref>.
Six months after Sam's birth, [[Azazel]] visited Sam to feed him [[demon blood]]. When Mary tried to stop him, she was killed. An unknown uncle erected a headstone for her in Greenville, Illinois. Sam later learned that the uncle, along with many of Mary's other family and friends were killed by Azazel after her death.<ref>[[3.02 The Kids Are Alright]]</ref>
After the death of John, Sam and Dean would bury his dog tags at Mary's grave. 33 years later, as he was about to face [[Amara]], Dean told Sam that he wanted his ashes scattered at Mary's grave.<ref>[[11.23 Alpha and Omega]]</ref>
Mary was bought back to life in 2016 by Amara
, in a gesture of thanks to Dean.
Mary is soon strapped to a chair in room, and has water thrown in her face, jostling her awake. She sees Ketch standing smugly before her, when she questions if Ketch is going to kill her, she is greeted by Lady Antonia Bevell who tells her she is too much of an asset to lose.
===[[12.21 There's Something About Mary]]===
:''"Then you do it! Kill me. All my life all I ever had, other than my family, was my will. And it's going away. I'm... I'm putting people in danger. I'm putting my sons in danger. You... have to... please. For God's sake, kill me."''
A hunter named Rick enters his apartment, surprised to find Mary sitting in the living room, telling him she has a line on a vampire nest, asking him if he wants in on clearing it. He agrees to help, and as he goes to get a beer from the fridge, he notices Mary in the reflection of a pot sneaking up behind him with a knife. Rick attempts to defend himself, cutting Mary with a broken beer bottle, however trips on another bottle the floor and as he lay prone, Mary approaches him and slits his throat.
The next day, Mary wakes up in a sterile octagonal room confused, she asks Lady Bevell if something happened the other night. Mary soon realizes that Lady Bevell has been brainwashing her and using her to eliminate hunters, angry Mary approaches Lady Bevell as if to strike her but is swiftly punched. As she sits, she starts nursing her wounded hand and begins to remember her fight with Rick. Sometime later, after a re-alignment session, Mary is dragged back to her room and placed on the cot, where she continues to remember Rick and the brainwashing.
When Mr. Ketch pays Mary a visit, she begins questioning what the British Men of Letters have been doing, only for Ketch tell her he will not intervene, as they have no relationship with each other. As Mary begins to cry, she leans up against Ketch and is able to steal his gun. Telling him she needs his help, she places the gun under her chin, but just as she fires, Ketch is able to knock the gun away. Mary drops to her knees and begins weeping, asking Ketch to just kill her, telling him she doesn't want to live without her family or her will. But Ketch simply tells her
thing will eventually get easier, and leaves Mary to her despair.
After Sam and Dean take out the British Men of Letters team, and take Ketch at gun point. Mary arrives in the Bunker pointing her gun, while Sam and Dean believe she is backing them up, Mary reveals her loyalty is to Ketch and fires a warning shot at Dean until they surrender. She leaves with Ketch, who has sealed the Bunker, leaving Sam, Dean and Lady Bevell to suffocate. On the drive back to the British Men of Letters Compound, Ketch assures her it will get easier, and she will soon forget about the people she loves. Telling him she feels fine as they drive off into the night.
While Dean still wants to kill Jack for Mary's death, Sam protests against it because they haven't tried to save him. Castiel attempts to find a way to restore Jack's soul, but [[Chuck]] claims that souls are complicated, even for him, and instead presents them with [[the Equalizer]], which is capable of killing anything at the cost of the shooter's life.
Dean has an opportunity to kill Jack with the Equalizer, but ultimately can't bring himself to pull the trigger. Chuck, who wants Jack dead, tries to motivate Dean to kill Jack in exchange for bringing Mary back to life, but he refuses. Dean says that he misses Mary and will miss her for the rest of his life but acknowledges that she wouldn't want him to bring her back at the cost of killing Jack
and himself. ==Apocrypha== In [[Origins 4]], it is related that in February 1979, John and Mary go rafting in the Grand Canyon while on their honeymoon. Their raft flips, and John nearly drowns until Mary saves him. That night, [[Dean]] is conceived. This is obviously at odds with the canonical timeline which has Dean born in January 24, 1979.
Mary appears in a flashback in the ''Supernatural'' spin-off novel ''[[Supernatural: Heart of the Dragon]]'', where she and her parents first defeat a fire-[[demon]] known as the Heart of the Dragon in 1969. A teenager at this time, Mary flirts with a San Francisco hunter, and it is implied that they have had sex (The hunter was spared from going to Vietnam because of an injured foot, with Mary affirming to Samuel that the angle of the wound makes it impossible for it to have been self-inflicted). Reference is also made to her being friends with a local mechanic, who may or may not be [[John Winchester]].
* [[Campbell (family)]]