Black House
  Black House Characters List:

 

Character Name Description
311  Band mentioned in passing
Abbalan  Mentioned in passing
Alice  Character from Alice in Wonderland
Bees  Used by Jack Sawyer to get into the Black House, and to kill the Overseers
Black Sabbath  Heavy metal band
Blaine  Monorail that comitted suicide.
Boogeyman  Ebbie Wexler is afraid of the Boogeyman
Carpenter  Character from Alice in Wonderland
Chicago  Band mentioned in passing
d'Artagnan  Mentioned in passing
Devil-Dog  Evil smoky-dog that guarded the road into the Black House. See-through. Shot multiple times by the Thunder Five, but only injured. Once the Big Combination was destroyed, it became real and died. It bit Mouse Baumann and he melted away to nothing.
Dion  Sang "Runaround Sue"
Dirtysperm  A band liked by Morris Rosen. They did a cover of a Supremes song
Dracula  Mentioned in passing
Elroy  From the Territories. Once tried to rape Jack Sawyer in the Oatley Tap bar
Far Eyes  An Indian Chief who told his tribe to jump to their death in Great Bluff in 1888
Garfield  Cartoon cat
God  Mentioned in passing
Gorg  Evil in the form of a Raven that could talk. Lured the children close, so Charles Burnside could capture them. Shot dead by Jack Sawyer outside the Black House
Gretel  From the childrens story Hansel & Gretel
Gunslingers From Gilead  They protected the tower and its beams. There is only one left (Roland)
Hansel  From the childrens story Hansel & Gretel
Humpty Dumpty  Character in a children's nursery rhyme
Jack the Ripper  Murderer mentioned in passing
Jane Wyatt's Clit  Dirtysperm's lead guitarist formed them, but left to form Dirtysperm
Jarnbyce  Character in "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens
Jonah  Biblical character
Judas  Mentioned in passing
Korn  Band mentioned in passing
Lady Magowan  Mentioned by Charles Burnside
Lady Sophie  Mentioned by Charles Burnside
Legion  One of the names used by the Fisherman
Lenore  Character in Poe's "The Raven"
Lynyrd Skynyrd  Band mentioned in passing
Mad Mongoloid  Elvena Morton's name for the Wisconsin Rat
Mary  Mother of Jesus
Moby Dick  Whale from novel of same name
Monday Man  The evil entity that infected Albert Fish
Morgan of Orris  Twinner of Morgan Sloat. Molested Sophie when she was 12, leaving her unable to bear children
Noah  Biblical character
Osmond  Twinner of Sunlight Gardener
Parkus  Twinner of Speedy Parker. A gunslinger, or lawman from the territories.
Patricia  Monorail that comitted suicide.
Queen Bee  Helped guide Jack Sawyer inside the Black House
Scooby Doo  Cartoon dog
Slobberbone  Band listened to by the Wisconsin Rat
Snivelling Shits  Band on a T-Shirt worn by Morris Rosen
Sophie of Canna (Sophie the Good) (Young Queen)  Twinner of Judy Marshall. Became the Queen of the Territories, and successor of Laura DeLoessian. Molested by Morgan of Orris, and could not have children.
Steppenwolf  Band mentioned in passing
Superman  Comic book character mentioned in passing
Symphonic Stan the Big-Band man  One of the many personas of Henry Leyden. Did the Strawbery Fest Hop at the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Tinky Winky  Judy Marshall was going a bit "Tinky Winky"
Toto  Dog from the Wizard of Oz
Tubby  Dog mentioned in passing
Ucky Ducky  In the band Dirtysperm
Van Morrison  Band mentioned in passing
Walrus  Character from Alice in Wonderland
Winnie the Pooh  Character from a childrens story
Wolf  Friend of Jack Sawyer as a child.
?, Kimberley  Mentioned by a man who Jack Sawyer rang
?, Madge  Elderly woman who lived on Maid Marian Way. Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau with her husband
?, Maryann  Name on some graffiti on a sign at KDCU-FM and Ed's Eats and Dawgs
?, Rico  Character in a movie mentioned by Charles Burnside.
?, Sophie  Mentioned by Judy Marshall
?, Stella  Character in the movie "Execution Express"
?, Troy  Name on some graffiti on a sign at KDCU-FM and Ed's Eats and Dawgs
Acheson, Henry  In the band Dirtysperm
Adkins, Trace  Singer mentioned in passing
Amberson, Reginald (Doc)  One of the Thunder Five who worked at Kingsland Ale. Completed a surgical residency at UI, but quit medicine after incorrectly calculating the dosage of medicine for a patient and the patient died. Helped Jack Sawyer with the investigation into the Murders by the Fisherman.
Anderson, Debbi  Police officer in French Landing. 6'1"
Anderson, Sherwood  Author mentioned in passing
Andrews, Julie  Actress in The Sound of Music
Astaire, Fred  Actor/dancer, dreamed of by Alice Weathers
Aubrey, Jack  Mentioned in passing
Auden  Poet mentioned in passing
Avery, Nick  Bartender at the Oak Tree Inn
Avery, Steven  Author whose book was read by Mouse Baumann
Bach  Composer mentioned in passing
Barenboim, Daniel  Piano player
Baumann, Mouse  A large man who spoke to Bobby Dulac about Jacques Derrida. One of the Thunder Five who worked at Kingsland Ale. Helped Jack Sawyer with the investigation into the Murders by the Fisherman. He was bitten on the leg by the Devil-dog as they rode up to the Black House, and his body started to disolve. Died of the injury
Baumann, Mr.  Father of Mouse Baumann. Died in hospital
Bell, Garland  One of 2 partners in Bell & Holland, a local law firm
Bell, Mr.  Father of Garland Bell. Started Bell & Holland law firm with Mr Holland
Berigan, Bunny  Musician requested by Charles Burnside at the Maxton Elder Care Facility Strawberry Fest dance
Bierstone, Carl  The real name of Charles Burnside, that he used in Chicago. Evil man who was the South-Side monster while in Chicago, and now is the Fisherman in French Landing. Escaped custody after being convicted and sentenced to death in 1964. Killed by Tyler Marshall
Billinger, Toots  Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau
Black, Jeffrey  State police detective assigned to the murders in French Landing
Blake, William  Poet read by Beezer St. Pierre
Boettcher, Bunny  Son of Tom Tom Boettcher
Boettcher, Hermie  Resident at the Maxton Elder Care Facility. Brother of Tom Tom Boettcher. Retired geography teacher in room A17
Boettcher, Tom Tom  Resident at the Maxton Elder Care Facility. Father of Bunny Boettcher and brother of Hermie
Bogart, Humphrey  Actor mentioned in passing
Bond, Jane  Nurse in D ward at the French County Lutheran Hospital
Boop, Betty  Cartoon character mentioned in passing
Bradbury, Ray  Author mentioned in passing
Brautigan, Ted  Chief breaker
Breakers, The  Worked for the Crimson King. They have been used to destroy 2 of the 6 Beams, and one has stopped due to natural causes, leaving just one left.
Brogan, Ferd  Killed by Charles Burnside in Chicago
Brown, Clifford  Musician listened to by Jack Sawyer
Brown, Leroy  Mentioned in a song
Brown, Perry  State police detective assigned to the murders in French Landing
Browne, Sam  A Sam Browne belt was worn by Bobby Dulac
Brynner, Yul  Bald actor
Buckley, William F. Jr.  Thought of by Dale Gilbertson
Budd, Grace  Victim of Albert Fish in Spring of 1928
Budd, Mrs.  Mother of Grace Bud. She received a letter from Albert Fish about the murder of her daughter
Bumstead, Glad  Wife of Richie Bumstead. Died at 31 years old
Bumstead, Richie  Friend of Myrtle Harrington. Husband of Glad Bumstead
Bunch, John  Singer listened to by Henry Leyden
Bundy, Ted  Modern day murderer
Burnitz, Jeromy  On a poster in Tyler Marshall's Room. Played for the Milwaukee Brewers
Burnside, Althea  Supposed to have been an aunt of Charles Burnside that is paying for his care at the Maxton Elder Care Facility. There seem to be no trace of her in any records
Burnside, Althea  Owned a Diner in Butternut. No relation of Charles Burnside
Burnside, Althea  Black woman in Milwaukee. No relation of Charles Burnside
Burnside, Charles (Burney)  In room D18 of the Maxton Elder Care Facility. Arrived in 1996 at the age of 78. Acts as if he has Alzheimer's disease, but it seems to go into remission at times and he is in good health. His real name is Carl Bierstone, but he changed his name when he escaped from Chicago in 1964. He is the Fisherman. Killed by Tyler Marshall
Bush, George W.  President of the United States
Calloway, Cab  Musician, seen in a suit by Rebecca Vilas
Cantinaro, Hubert (Sonny)  One of the Thunder Five who worked at Kingsland Ale. Helped Jack Sawyer with the investigation into the Murders by the Fisherman.
Carmichael, Hoagy  Singer liked by Henry Leyden
Carrey, Jim  Comedy actor
Carton, Sydney  Character in a Charles Dickens book
Cavanaugh, Lily  Stage name and maiden name of Lily Sawyer
Charles, Ray  Blind singer and friend of Henry Leyden
Chizzle, ?  Character in "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens.
Christie, Irving  Suffered a minor heart attack at the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Cline, Patsy  Favorite singer of Jack Sawyer
Cobain, Kurt  Musician mentioned in passing
Cole, Cozy  Musician mentioned in passing
Coleridge, ?  Author mentioned in passing
Como, Perry  Singer liked by Henry Leyden
Connery, Sean  Actor mentioned in passing
Cooper, Gary  Actor mentioned in passing
Cousteau, Jacques  Underwater explorer
Craven, Wes  Movie director
Crimson King, The  Dreamed of by Judy Marshall. Physically he is locked in a cell at the top of the Tower, but he uses various methods to allow himself to leave the cell. He uses Breakers to break the Beams.
Crossan, John Dominic  Author on first century Christianity
Cruise, Tom  Actor mentioned in passing
Curless, Dick  Country singer
Dahmer, Jeffrey  Modern day murderer
Daley, ?  Mayor mentioned in passing
Dalrymple, Hoover  Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau. 71-year-old man
Davis, Jonathan  Musician mentioned by Bobby Dulas
Dedlock, Lady  Character in "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens
Dedlock, Leicester  Character in "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens
DeLoessian, Laura (Queen of the Territories)  Lily Cavanaugh's twinner
DeLois, Judy  Maiden name of Judy Marshall.
DeLois, Mr.  Father of Judy DeLois
Deneuve, Catherine  Actress mentioned in passing
Derleth, August  Author mentioned in passing
Derrida, Jacques  Author mentioned my Mouse
Descartes  Author who's book was read by Mouse Baumann
Deschain, Roland  There is only one Gunslinger left, and he has trained 3 others
Desmond, Paul  Musician listened to by Jack Sawyer
Dickens, Charles  Wrote "Bleak House" that was read by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden
Dillinger, John  Mentioned in passing
Dillon, Marshall  Mentioned in passing
Dorsey, Tommy  Musician played at the Maxton Elder Care Facility Strawberry Fest dance by Symphonic Stan, the Big-band Man
Drizzle, ?  Character in "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens. Attorney
Dulac, Bobby  Police officer in French Landing. Partner of Tom Lund
Eisman, Otto  Worked at French County Farm Equipment
Ellington, Duke  Seen in a suit by Rebecca Vilas
Ellison, John  Owned the property where the body of John Irekenham was found by Spender Hovdahl
English, Petra  Orderly from Asphodel
Erbter, Tommy  Made a comment about Judy Marshall to Tyler Marshall
Erickson, Weenie  Used to be the DJ at the Maxton Elder Care Facility's dances until he moved to Racine
Evans, Bill  One of the Bill Evans Trio. Piano Player
Evans, Ethan  On the desk in D Ward. Helped Wendell Green to hide in the office of Dr Spiegleman and tape Jack Sawyer and Judy Marshall
Evinrude, Claire  Oncologist who lived with Jack Sawyer
Evitz, Buck  Postman who delivers to Jack Sawyer
Farren  Captain of the outer guards in the Territories when Jack Sawyer was a child. Let him into see the Queens Chamber
Fine, Morty  Works on the registration desk at the Nelson Hotel
Fish, Albert  Murderer from the turn of the century. He has been dead for 67 years, but the current murders are very much like his murders. One of his victims was Grace Budd, and he sent notes to the parents of the victims. Also ate part of the victims.
Flagler, Herman (Poochie)  10-year-old boy killed by Charles Burnside in Chicago
Flanigan, Phil  Singer listened to by Henry Leyden
Flannagan, Tommy  Musician listened to by Jack Sawyer
Flostad, Flora  Resident at the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Ford, Ford Madox  Author read by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden. Wrote "The Good Soldier"
Fredriksen, Paula  Author on first century Christianity
Freneau, Irma  The third victim of the "Fisherman". 10 years old, and partly eaten by a dog. The Fisherman only wanted her leg. Disappeared 10 days after Amy St. Pierre & 3 days after Johnny Irkenham. Found in Ed's Eats & Dawgs in French Landing Freneau, Richard (Cubby), Father of Irma and ex-husband of Tansy Freneau
Freneau, Tansy  Mother of Irma and ex-wife of Richard Freneau
Frost, Robert  Poet quoted by the Fisherman.
Furcal, Rafael  Baseball Player mentioned in passing
Gacy, John Wayne  Modern day murderer
Gafney, William (Billy)  Mentioned in an article on the wall in the Black House. Killed and eaten by Albert Fish
Garcia, Jerry  Musician mentioned in passing
Gardener, Robert (Sunlight)  Twinner of Osmond. Seen in Jack Sawyer's dream
Garver, Freddy  From the Isle of Irse, 2 worlds down. Burned his left hand off when the Big Combination was destroyed
Gatskill, Ina  Secretary at French County Farm Equipment
Gilbertson, Dale  Chief of police in French Landing. Husband of Sarah and father of David Gilbertson
Gilbertson, David  Son of Dale and Sarah Gilbertson
Gilbertson, Ed  Owner of Ed's Eats & Dawgs in French Landing. 350 pounds, and died of a Heart Attack. Uncle of Dale Gilbertson
Gilbertson, Kent  Cousin of Dale Gilbertson, and brother of Randy Gilbertson
Gilbertson, Mr.  Father of Dale Gilbertson, and brother of Ed and Rhoda Gilbertson. Dead. His house was bought by Jack Sawyer
Gilbertson, Mrs.  Mother of Dale Gilbertson. She came from a long line of farmers
Gilbertson, Randy  Cousin of Dale Gilbertson and brother of Kent Gilbertson
Gilbertson, Rhoda  Maiden name of Rhoda Leyden. Sister of Mr Gilbertson, and aunt of Dale. Died of Liver cancer.
Gilbertson, Sarah  Wife of Dale Gilbertson and mother of David
Ginsberg, Allen  Author mentioned in passing
Godiva, Lady  Mentioned in passing
Goldberg, Rube  Artist mentioned in passing
Goldman, Albert  Author whose book was read by Mouse Baumann
Goltz, Ted  Owner of French County Farm Equipment in French Landing
Goodman, Benny  Musician requested by Alice Weathers at the Maxton Elder Care Facility Strawberry Fest dance
Gordon, Dexter  Musician mentioned in passing
Gordon, Trevor  Friend of Monty Fine
Gould, Glenn  Musician thought of by Jack Sawyer
Graasheimer, Merlin  52-year-old man who was beaten in French Landing during the murders of the children
Graham, Miss  Lived with Miss Pentle in the house they named "Honeysuckle"
Grant, Cary  Actor mentioned in passing
Grauerhammer, Reinhold T.  There was a hall in French Landing named after him
Green, Wendell  Reporter for the La Riviere Herald who would do just about anything for a story.
Greer, Brooke  Ex-girlfriend of Jack Swayer. A screenwriter
Grisham, John  Author read by Judy Marshall
Haarman, Fritz  Mentioned by Charles Burnside. A murderer from the 1920's. Executed for killing 24 people.
Hale, Nancy  Girlfriend of Mouse Baumann in about 1999. Died a few months after they got close to the Black House
Harrington, Michael  Husband of Myrtle Harrington
Hartfield, Sonny  The funeral home in French Landing is the Hartfield & Sons Funeral Home
Harvey, Paul  Radio personality.
Haymes, Dick  Musician played at the Maxton Elder Care Facility Strawberry Fest dance by Symphonic Stan, the Big-band Man
Hemmingway, Ernest  Author mentioned in passing
Henreid, ?  From Henreid Brothers Furniture in French Landing
Herman, Woody  Musician played at the Maxton Elder Care Facility Strawberry Fest dance by Symphonic Stan, the Big-band Man
Himes, Chester  Author read by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden
Hobbs, Roy  Character in a movie
Holland, Julius  One of 2 partners in Bell & Holland, a law firm in French Landing
Holland, Mr.  Father of Julius Holland. Started Bell & Holland law firm with Mr Bell
Holmes, Sherlock  Fictional detective mentioned in passing
Holtz, Bob  Part-time police officer in French Landing
Hooten, Sammy  Killed by Charles Burnside in Chicago
Hope, Bob  Singer and actor
Hovdahl, Lance  Lutheran Paster in French Landing
Hovdahl, Spencer  Found the body of John Irkenham. A loan officer with the First Farmer State Bank
Hrabowski, Arnold (Mad Hungarian)  French Landing Police Officer. He called his wife Paula after the body of Irma Freneau was found, and she called her friends. This got him suspended. 5'6"
Hrabowski, Paula  Wife of Arnold Hrabowski
Hrabowsky, Al (Mad Hungarian)  Relief pitcher for the Kansas City Royals.
Hutchinson, Vera  Worked at the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Irkenham, George  Father of John & Husband of Helen Irkenham
Irkenham, Helen  Mother of John Irkenham and wife of George. Received a letter from the Fisherman about the death of her son
Irkenham, John Wesley  7-year-old boy murdered by the "Fisherman". Found partly eaten. The second victim.
Jackson, Shirley  Author of Hill House
Jarvis, Patty  Name on graffiti at Ed's Eats and Dawgs
Jesperson, Dit  Police officer in French Landing
Jesperson, Elmer  In room D12 of the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Jones, Jim  Mentioned in passing
Jones, Tommy Lee  Mentioned in passing
Juan, Don  Mentioned in passing
Kelly, Grace  Actress mentioned in passing
Kemper, Edmund Emil (III)  Modern day murderer. He murdered his mother.
Kemper, Mrs.  Mother of Edmund Emil Kemper III. He killed her and used her head as a dartboard
Kinderling, Thornberg  Criminal arrested by Dale Gilbertson & given a life sentence for the murder of 2 prostitutes. Husband of Wanda Kinderling. Farm insurance salesman from Centralia
Kinderling, Wanda  Wife of Thornberg Kinderling. Alcoholic who taught Sunday School. She shoots Jack Sawyer, and the wounds were fatal in this world. She tried to shoot herself, but had run out of bullets.
Kissinger, Dean  Mentioned in passing
Kornheiser, Tony  Sportscaster mentioned in passing
Krupa, Gene  Musician mentioned in passing
Kuby, Milly  Came 4th in a statewide spelling bee
Lackley, Mr.  Patient in D Ward at the French County Lutheran Hospital
LaFargo, Scott  One of the Bill Evans Trio. Bass Player
Leary, Timothy  Mentioned in passing
Lee, Sam  Runs the "Reliable" laundry in La Riviere
Leone, Anglo  At the investigation into the death of the Black Man at the Santa Monica Pier. Disliked Jack Sawyer
Lepplemier, Gertrude  82-year-old woman who died in a house fire in Arden. Wife of Horst Lepplemier
Lepplemier, Horst P.  82-year-old man who died in a house fire in Arden. Husband of Gertrude Lepplemier
Lewis, C.S.  Author whose book was read by Mouse Baumann
Lewis, Jerry Lee  Singer mentioned in passing
Leyden, Henry  Friend of Jack Sawyer. He is also known as George Rathburn, the Wisconsin Rat, Joe Strummer, Symphonic Stan, and Henry Shake. Blind. Husband of Rhoda Leyden. Owned almost 3, 000 CD's and is very knowledgeable about music
Leyden, Rhoda  Married name of Rhoda Gilbertson. Wife of Henry Leyden. Buried in Noggin Mound Cemetery
Limbaugh, Rush  His radio show is transmitted on KDCU-AM
Little Sisters, The  Act as healers in the Territories, but are really Vampires that kill their patients
Locher, Mrs.  Teacher of Tyler Marshall
Lodge, Beatrice  Character played by Lily Cavanaugh in the movie "Execution Express"
Loretta, Mark  Baseball Player mentioned in passing
Loveless, Patty  Singer mentioned in passing
Lund, Tom  Police officer in French Landing. Partner of Bobby Dulac
Machiavelli  Mentioned in passing
Malamud, Bernard  Author of "The Natural"
Malshun, Lord (Mr Munshun)  Master of Charles Burnside. Has one eye, and changes shape and appearance all the time.
Manassas, Fats  Musician mentioned in passing
Manchu, Fu  Mentioned in passing
Mandel, Johnny  Did the soundtrack for Lost Summer, one of Lily Sawyer's movies
Marcos, Imelda  Mentioned as loving shoes
Marshall, Fred  Works at French County Farm Equipment in French Landing. Lives at 16 Robin Hood Lane, Libertyville, French Landing. Father of Tyler Marshall and wife of Judy. Asked Jack Sawyer for his help in finding Tyler
Marshall, Judy  Wife of Fred Marshall and mother of Tyler Marshall. 5'2". Married name of Judy DeLois. She is experiencing odd dreams and thinks she may be losing her mind. Asked Jack Sawyer for his help in finding Tyler. Twinner of Spohie. Knew about the territories that Jack had visited.
Marshall, Mrs.  Mother of Phil & Fred Marshall
Marshall, Phil  Brother of Fred Marshall. Ran the family farm
Marshall, Tyler  10-year-old son of Judy and Fred Marshall. Disappears off the street when he is taken by the Fisherman. He was to be delivered to the Crimson King as one of the two most powerful Breakers ever known. He escaped when he killed Charles Burnside, and helped free over 750 children from slavery where they were used as power for the Big Combination, before returning to his parents
Martin, Dean  Actor mentioned in passing
Martin, Kiz  Died in a bike accident with the Thunder Five. Fell off the bike after hitting a small stick
Martin, Steve  Comedy actor
Massengale, Janna  Female Bartender at the Taproom
Mathis, Johnny  Singer mentioned in passing
Maxton, Ashley  7-year-old daughter of William and Marion Maxton
Maxton, Herbert  Opened the Maxton Nursing home, that was later renamed the Maxton Elder Care Facility. Father of William Maxton
Maxton, Marion  35-year-old wife of William Maxyon. 5 foot 5 inches, 190 pounds.
Maxton, Trey  9-year-old son of William and Marion Maxton
Maxton, William (Chipper)  42-year-old director of the Maxton Elder Care Facility. Spent 5 years with the IRS. Lover of Rebecca Vilas. Husband of Marion Maxton & Father of Trey and Ashley. Killed by Charles Burnside using a set of garden shears
May, Billy  Musician mentioned in passing
McGurk, Black Jack  Mentioned in a movie starring Lily Cavanaugh
McGwire, Mark  Baseball player. On a poster in Tyler Marshall's Room. He is Tyler's idol
McKay, Steamy  Elderly shoe-shine who worked outside the French Landing library
Metzger, Mrs.  Mother of Ronnie Metzger
Metzger, Ronnie  He was one of the 3 boys that were with Tyler Marshall shortly before he disappeared. Had a minor speech impediment
Meyerhoff, Ada  Resident at the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Miller, Glen  Musician mentioned in passing
Mizzle, ?  Character in "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens.
Monroe, Vaugn  Author mentioned in passing
Moon, Lester (Stinky Cheese)  Bartender at the Sand Bar
Moon, Mrs.  Mother of Lester Moon. Cooked at the Sand Bar
Mooney, Ralph  Wrote the song "Crazy" that was sung by Patsy Cline
Morton, Elvena  Housekeeper of Henry Leyden
Murrow, Edward R.  Reporter mentioned in passing
Nabokov, Vladimir  Author read by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden
Neary, Floyd  Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau. Brother of Frank
Neary, Frank  Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau. Brother of Floyd
Nestler, Paul  Part time police officer in French Landing
Normandie, Mrs.  6th grade teacher of Tansy Freneau
O'Keefe, Georgia  Artist whose posters are in Dr Spiegelman's office at the French County Lutheran Hospital
O'Neal, Nancy  Character played by Lily Cavanaugh
O'Neal, Shaquille  On a poster in Tyler Marshall's Room
Oakley, Annie  Mentioned in passing
Oop, Alley  Mentioned in passing
Osgood, Mrs.  Mother of Susan Osgood. Lived in Idaho
Osgood, Susan (Bear Girl)  Common-law wife of Armand St. Pierre, and mother of Amy St. Pierre
Oswald, Lee Harvey  Mentioned in passing
Overseers, The  Keep the Wheels turning in the Big Combination. Green Skin and Yellow Eyes
Packard, Estelle  Name that Jack Sawyer called a woman in D Ward of the French County Lutheran Hospital
Parker, Charlie  Musician mentioned in passing
Parker, Lester (Speedy)  In dream of Jack Sawyers. A friend of Jack's as a child. A blues singer. Twinner of Parkus. He saves the life of Jack Sawyer when he takes him into the Territories after he is fatally wounded by Wanda Kinderling
Patel, Rajan  Day clerk at the 7-Eleven in French Landing
Paycheck, Johnny  Singer mentioned in passing
Penniman, ?  Wanted George Rathburn to star on ESPN's national radio show, but he refused.
Pentle, Miss  Lived with Miss Graham in the house they named "Honeysuckle"
Perlman, S.J.  Author read by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden
Plotsky, ?  Neighbor of Fred Marshall
Poe, Edgar Alan  Poet who wrote "The Raven"
Poirot, Hercule  Character in a book, mentioned in passing
Porter, Farfield  Jack Sawyer owned some of this artist's work
Porter, Georgette  Worked at the Maxton Elder Care Faciliy. Once caught Charles Burnside masturbating. Killed by Charles Burnside using garden Shears
Potter, George  Lived in room 314 of the Nelson Hotel. Stopped Charles Burnside from getting a housing estate contract in the late 1970's, and went bankrupt in the 1990's. He was set up for the murders of the children by Charles Burnside using photographs. Has cancer, with only a few months to live.
Potter, Harry  Mentioned in passing
Praetorious, Elvar  36-year-old Swedish Tourist who was beaten up by 3 men in French Landing during the murders of the children
Presley, Elvis  Singer mentioned in passing
Proust, Marcel  Author to be read in the future by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden
Purvis, Deke  Lives on Maid Marion Way in French Landing. Husband of Enid Purvis
Purvis, Enid  Wife of Deke Purvis. Rang Fred Marshall at work when she heard Judy Marshall scream
Queen, Ellery  Author mentioned in passing
Rack, ?  Acting head nurse on Ward D of the French County Lutheran Hospital, when Nurse Bond was not on duty
Raggedy, Ann  Mentioned in passing
Railsback, Andrew  70-year-old man who lived in room 307 of the Nelson Hotel
Rakine, Josella  From Bating, England. Escaped to our world when the Big Combination was destroyed
Ramone, Dee Dee  Musician mentioned by Bobby Dulas
Rathburn, Mrs.  Mother of George Rathburn
Reagan, Ronald  Former President of the USA
Redding, John P.  FBI agent that is keeping an eye on the murders in French Landing
Redford, Robert  Actor who played Roy Hobbs in a movie
Reese, Pokey  Baseball Player mentioned in passing
Reilly, Harry  Friend of Mouse Baumann after College. Murdered by Sal Turso. Had his head cut off
Renniker, Ellen  Mother of T J Renniker
Renniker, T.J.  He was one of the 3 boys that were with Tyler Marshall shortly before he disappeared. Son of Ellen Renniker
Rockwell, Norman  Artist mentioned in passing
Roeper, Herb  Barber in French Landing
Rosen, Morris  U-Crew summer intern from WU at KDCU-AM
Rosen, Mr.  Father of Morris Rosen
Rouncewell, Mrs.  Character in the book "Bleak House"
Royal, Roy  Barber in French Landing. Husband of Tillie Royal
Royal, Tillie  Wife of Roy Royal
Ruckelman, Erland  Brother of Teddy Ruckelman
Runkleman, Teddy  Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau
Saknessum, Freddy  Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau
Sandburg, Carl  Mentioned in passing
Sanger, Doodles  Tried to get to Ed's Eats and Dawgs to see the investigation into the death of Irma Freneau. Party girl that used to work at the Nelson Hotel 10 years ago
Sanger, Mr.  Father of Doodles Sanger
Sawyer, Jack  Retired LA homicide detective living in Tamarack
Sawyer, Jack (Hollywood)  Retired police officer from LA. Bought a house in French Landing from Dale Gilbertson, who he met when involved with the arrest of Thornberg Kinderling, and became good friends with Henry Leyden and helped with the investigation into the Fisherman. Saved the life of Tyler Marshall, and helped over 750 Children escape from the Big Combination, which was destroyed by Tyler Marshall. Shot fatally by Wanda Kinderling, but recovered from the wounds because he was taken into the Territories by Speedy Parker
Sawyer, Lily  Mother of Jack Sawyer. An actress in many "B Grade" movies. Dead. Married name of Lily Cavanaugh
Sawyer, Phillip Stevenson  Father of Jack Sawyer and husband of Lily Sawyer. Died when Jack was a child.
Sawyer, Tom  Fictional character mentioned in passing
Schwartzenegger, Arnold  Actor mentioned in passing
Seals, Chuck  Wrote the song "Crazy Arms" that was sung by Patsy Cline
Seger, Bob  Singer mentioned in passing
Selig, Bud  Baseball pitcher
Sexson, Richie  Played for the Milwaukee Brewers
Shake, Henry  Alias of Henry Leyden. A radio announcer
Shaw, Artie  Musician played at the Maxton Elder Care Facility Strawberry Fest dance by Symphonic Stan, the Big-band Man
Shellbarger, Franky  Loan officer at the First Farmers bank
Sinatra, Frank  Musician played at the Maxton Elder Care Facility Strawberry Fest dance by Symphonic Stan, the Big-band Man
Sloat, Morgan  Partner of Phillip Sawyer. He ripped the family off for many millions after the death of Phillip.
Sloat, Richard  Friend of Jack Sawyer as a child. Now head of the law firm Sloat and Associates. Twinner of Morgan of Orris.
Slow Mutants, The  Live in the Blasted Lands
Smith, George  Day manager of the Nelson Hotel
Snyder, Gary  Author mentioned in passing
Soderholm, Roy  Owner Roy's Store in French Landing
Soule, Howie  The V-Crew engineer at KDCU-AM
Speaking Demon, The  Mentioned by Parkus as once having inhabited an area
Spiegleman, Dr.  Doctor of Judy Marshall in ward D of the French County Lutheran Hospital
Springer, Jerry  TV Show personality
St Pierre, Amy  8-year-old girl murdered by the "Fisherman". Found with her liver and tongue eaten. The first victim. Daughter of Armand St. Pierre and Susan Osgood
St Pierre, Armand (Beezer)  One of the Thunder Five who worked for Kingsland Ale. Father of Amy St. Pierre. Helped Jack Sawyer with the investigation into the Murders by the Fisherman.
Stein, Gertrude  Author mentioned in passing
Stern, Howard  Radio personality mentioned in passing
Stevens, Pam  Police officer in French Landing.
Strassner, William (Kaiser Bill)  One of the Thunder Five who worked at Kingsland Ale. Helped Jack Sawyer with the investigation into the Murders by the Fisherman.
Strode, Woody  Black actor who worked with Lily Cavanaugh
Strummer, Joe  Henry Leyden hires a post box under this name to post in the tapes of the "Wisconsin Rat" into KWLA radio station
Stutz, Samuel  Photographer in French Landing
Summerson, Esther  Character in "Bleak House" by Charles Dickens
Supremes, The  Dirtysperm did a cover of one of their songs
Syverson, Mrs.  Resident at the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Tcheda, Danny  One of 14 full time RMP Cops in French Landing
Teach, Edward  Pirate
Tedesco, Iliana  UCLA History student who had a relationship with Jack Sawyer
Temperly, Daisy  Patient of Doc Amberson who was given the wrong dose of medicine after her 3rd surgery after a car accident. She died as a result of Doc Amberson's mistake. Had blond hair & brown eyes.
Tessier, Kirby  Police partner of Jack Sawyer in 1997
Thatcher, Becky  Mentioned in passing
Therriault, Ernie  Retired cop that sometimes does the night dispatch in French Landing & Some private security work at the banks.
Thorvaldson, Thorvald  In room D12 of the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Throneberry, Irving  Friend of Andrew Railsback. Lived in the Nelson hotel
Thurber, James  Author read by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden
Tisbury, Rod  Chief mechanic at French County Farm Equipment
Topham, Turner  Pedophile from Londinorium, 3 worlds over from ours. Died in the street when the Big Combination was destroyed
Towns, Bill  In a movie with Lily Cavanaugh
Turso, Sal  Friend of Mouse Baumann after College. Convicted of Second Degree murder of Harry Reilly, and hung himself 6 months later
Updahl, Duane  Owned a place in French Landing
Updike, Smokey  Mentioned in passing
Usher, Roderick  Thought of by Jack Sawyer
Van Dusen, Bertha  Old woman with bow legs
Vanche, Warren  Singer listened to by Henry Leyden
Vermes, Geza  Author on first century Christianity
Vilas, Rebecca  Works at the Maxton Elder Care Facility as the secretary of William Maxton. Lover of William Maxton
Walker, Ardis  Runs the Bait shop in French Landing, Wallflowers, Band mentioned in passing
Wanderly, Don  Brother of Milton Wanderly
Wanderly, Milton  School teacher who disappeared. His face was seen stretched on a board in the library of the Black House. Brother of Don Wanderly
Warren, Beth  French Landing town treasurer
Watson  Helper of Sherlock Holmes
Wayne, Bruce  Mentioned in passing
Wayne, John  Actor
Weathers, ?  4 Unnamed Children of Alice Weathers
Weathers, Alice  In the single resident room D10 of the Maxton Elder Care Facility. Taught piano
Weathers, Martin  Son of Alice Weathers
Webb, Chick  Mentioned in passing
Welk, Lawrence  Author mentioned in passing
Wexler, Ebbie  Son of Pete Wexler. He was one of the 3 boys that were with Tyler Marshall shortly before he disappeared.
Wexler, Pete  Cleaner at the Maxton Elder Care Facility. Father of Ebbie Wexler. Sometimes mean to the residents
Whitestone, Norma  Doctor of Tansy Freneau. Associate of Pat Skarda
Wickman, ?  Baseball Player mentioned in passing
Wiggins, Tom  KDCU-AM station manager
Willeford, Charles  Author read by Jack Sawyer to Henry Leyden
Winfrey, Oprah  TV Show Host
Wisconsin Rat, The  Announcer on KWLA who did the evening Drive-Time program. Really Henry Leyden.
Witch, The  From the childrens story Hansel & Gretel
Wold, Chesney  Character in the book "Bleak House"
Woods, Tiger  Golfer mentioned in passing
Wyeth, Andrew  Artist mentioned in passing
Yerxa, ?  Son of Butch Yerxa. Made his father a paperweight that was used to hit Tyler Marshall
Yerxa, Butch  Works at the Maxton Elder Care Facility
Young, Lester  Musician listened to by Jack Sawyer

 

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