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Christa Marsh
Christa Marsh
Portrayed By
First Seen
Last Seen
Full Name
Christa Marsh
Also Known As
Mt. Abraham, New York.
Hair Colour
Eye Colour
129 lbs.
Cause of Death
Incinerated by an airplane explosion
High School Student (Formerly)
Blake Dreyer-Best friend; Deceased
Valerie Lewton-Teacher; Deceased
Larry Murnau-Teacher; Deceased
Alex Browning-Friend; Deceased
Tod Waggner–Friend; Deceased

Could you trade seats with Blake so she and I can sit together? I asked Tod, but he's got some medical thing.

Christa, asking Alex to switch seats with Blake.

Christa Marsh is a character in the film Final Destination. She is a high school student and one of the casualties aboard the doomed Flight 180.

Final Destination

Christa and Blake Dreyer were almost always seen together and Tod Waggner had a major crush on the two. Both of them got on the plane and politely asked Alex Browning to change seats so they could sit together. After he moved, the plane began to malfunction and exploded, killing Christa. Christa and Blake are best friends and pretty girls.

After Christa and Blake board Flight 180 to Paris with the rest of their French class, Blake asks Tod if he can trade seats with Christa so they can sit together. Tod tells them both he has a bladder infection so he can sit with Blake. The girls go to ask Alex instead, who is currently having his premonition.

Alex turns toward Christa and Blake after they get his attention. Christa asks if Alex can trade seats with Blake, and explains what Tod told them. Alex agrees to move next to Tod, so Christa and Blake end up sitting in row 25.

A few minutes after taking off, the plane starts to shake violently a couple times as the lights flicker. Christa and Blake start to panic and scream as well as a few other passengers. Soon, everyone on board start to yell and scream. Christa and Blake start to get extremely terrified. Soon, fire erupts out of Engine #1, and the plane starts to fall to the ground.

A few minutes pass, and then the front of the plane explodes. A wall of fire roars into the cabin, incinerating Christa, Blake and all of the passengers, killing everyone.

However, all of this only happens in Alex's premonition.


When Christa and Blake try to get Alex's attention, he is apparently asleep and suddenly wakes up with a start, gasping for breath. Christa asks Alex if he can trade seats with Blake so that they can both sit together, and then explains the lie that Tod told them, just like in Alex's dream. Alex is startled and begins to run to his other seat, scaring Christa and Blake and leaving them speechless. They decide to sit down as Alex starts to rant that the plane is going to explode. A crew member arrives and tells Alex to leave. Seconds later, a fight breaks out between Carter and Alex, who Christa sees getting removed from the plane. Eventually, the crew member has had enough and removes the others in the aisle: Terry Chaney, Valerie Lewton, Larry Murnau, and Billy Hitchcock. Tod and Clear Rivers get off the plane on their own, leaving Christa and Blake. Minutes later, Mr. Murnau returns, and the plane departs.

The plane loses control and explodes the way it was supposed to, and Christa and Blake are burned alive with all the other passengers.

A newspaper talking about Christa and Blake's deaths


  • Alex tells his mom not to rip off the tag from a previous flight because it's good luck. She rips it off anyway.
  • A man approaches Alex and tells him, "Death is not the end."
  • The departure time was the same as Alex's birthday.
  • One of the signs within the flight schedule has a broken wire.
  • In the terminal, Rocky Mountain High is playing, by John Denver, who died in a plane crash.
  • Before Alex gets on the plane, he sees a van. It's number is 666  - a number that associates with the devil.


Final Destination
Volée Airlines Flight 180
Alex Browning | Clear Rivers | Billy Hitchcock | Carter Horton | Valerie Lewton | Terry Chaney | Tod Waggner
Larry Murnau | George Waggner | Christa Marsh | Blake Dreyer | Dave Anderson | William Burns | Jody Chow | Todd A. Emde | Kate Elise Heslup | Wm. Carle Heslup | Lisa Rose Hudson | Sally Hudson | Stephen Jackson | Lee M. Jenkinson | Joey Jow | Lynn | Marko Lytviak | Terry Mackay | Johanna Ingrid Masur | Brooke Karen McGill | Derick McLeod | Pamela McLeod | William McMahon | Bryan Pederson | Julie Anne Slater | Terry Sonderhoff | Mary Lou Storey | Anneke Van Oort | Kirstie Van Oort | Carie Lynn Wallis | John B. Willett | Dustin | Co-pilot | Flight 180 female flight attendant 1 | Flight 180 female flight attendant 2 | Mr. Smith | Flight 180 male flight attendant 1 | Flight 180 male flight attendant 2 | Mr. Smith | Lou Gehrig's Man | Lou Gehrig's Man's wife
Barbara Browning | Ken Browning | Jerry Waggner | Hare Krishna | Howard Siegel | Agent Weine | Agent Schreck | Linda Waggner | Mr. Rivers | Mrs. Rivers | William Bludworth | Mrs Lewton | Farkus Lewton | Waldo Lewton | Laura | Alexander Browning
Mt. Abraham, New York | John F. Kennedy International Airport | Mt. Abraham High School | Bludworth Funeral Homes | Coffee Beanery | Le Cáfe Miro 81