Alicia is the girl who leaves tapes for the player. In these tapes she gives the player tips for avoiding the Boogeyman and also reveals the plot. Her first tape seems to be addressed to the listener, while the others record conversations between her and Elle.
Alicia is never seen, only heard. She speaks with a British accent, more specifically, the cockney accent found in working-class London. This could potentially narrow down the list of areas the game could be set in, although it should be noted that certain features of the accent have spread across the south-east of England and, to a lesser extent, to other areas of Britain. Another detail is that, despite her accent, Alicia is never heard to use rhyming slang, which is occasionally used as part of the cockney dialect.
- She acts, in part, as the game's tutorial, much like c:freddy-fazbears-pizza:Phone Guy in the game Five Nights at Freddy's.
- It is possible that Alicia's name could be a reference to the Spanish 1994 short thriller/horror film Alicia, directed by Jaume Balagueró. Her name could also be a nod to the character of Alicia Spencer from the TV show American Horror Story.