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This is a list of all minor characters in The Dark Pictures Anthology. The characters included on this page either don't play a major role in the story or do not have enough information to warrant a full article.

Season One

Military personnel of the SS Ourang Medan


A soldier who used to work under Sergeant James Jones. Curious about the contents of the caskets, he starts the rumor that Jones and his men are in there. After learning from his friend Miller that Patterson saw something at Cargo Hold 3A, Allen asked John to help him look at the caskets and arrange to have guard duty with Patterson in 3A. When Patterson is relieved due to illness, he investigates himself and tells Patterson that he is sure Jones is in one of them, writing it down in his journal.

Arthur Miller

A private who wrote a letter to a woman and was imprisoned in the brig. His clothes can be found in Abandoned Ship, and he had his Bakelite tiles confiscated by Sergeant Ferris. Miller is also mentioned in the journal. He regularly guarded Hold 3A and, in the comic, it is revealed that Miller replaced Bretz on guard duty and found Patterson passed out in front of a casket, leading to him telling other soldiers and starting rumors about ghosts on board.

Brian Carter

One of Sergeant Jones' men. He, like the rest of the unit, was caught and killed during the experiments. When transported back to the US, Carter was kept in the casket with his nameplate.


A soldier who died from a heart attack on the night of the electrical storm. Joe and Charlie find his body before entering Cargo Hold 3.

Carter Watts

An officer who wrote a report dispelling the rumors of ghosts on board. He took part in managing those who were on guard duty in Cargo Hold 3A.


A corporal who led Patterson shortly after the rest of Patterson's unit was abducted. At the time he encouraged Patterson to make peace with his past, which led to Patterson investigating the caskets on the night of the electrical storm two years later. He was also apparently on the ship with Patterson, as he released a memo regarding section 7c being converted to a chapel.

Charles T. Perez

A soldier interested in making hooch for other crew due to alcohol being forbidden, detailed in the journal. He reported Miller to Sergeant Ferris for having Bakelite tiles. His dog tag can be found in Cargo Hold 3, and he regularly guarded Hold 3A.

David Davis

A private who was imprisoned in the brig after sneaking into Cargo Hold 3A, which he he guarded regularly.


A lieutenant and doctor who initially diagnosed Bretz with appendicitis and, with Taylor, who operated on him. During the night of the electrical storm, after seeing Taylor's death by Manchurian Gold, Finley managed to put on a gas mask and searched a safe for information about the chemical. After seeing Patterson shooting down the B-29 rescue plane, he attempted to escape and hide in a locker only to be shot to death. A note about gas mask instructions is next to his body, which can be found in Distress Signal.

Fred Bretz

A soldier who initially guarded Cargo Hold 3A with Patterson until he had to be operated on for an appendicitis. In the comic, he began hallucinating the vines were growing out of his stomach on the night of the electrical storm and was forced back into bed to be operated on, where he, along with Taylor, died. His ECG results can be found in Caskets, although his name is misspelled.

Gordon Young

A soldier who requested a respirator and filter. His request was rejected because he already had a gas mask signed out. Young also relieved Phillips from the engine room before being ordered to anchor and cut the engines on the night of the storm, according to a log. The requisition form refers to him as a private, but the telegraph log refers to him as a lieutenant.


A soldier who took part in guarding Cargo Hold 3A.

Harold Fisher

A First Officer and captain working for the US Army. During the electrical storm he requested for Cooper to signal for help, detailed in a memo. He was one of the first to learn of Jones' failed mission and informed Harding about the content of the caskets and tells him to keep them locked and guarded.

Harold Stone

One of Sergeant Jones' men. He, like the rest of the unit, was caught and killed during the experiments. He may have been part of the skeleton in the Open Casket.

Jack Hawkins

One of Sergeant Jones' men. He, like the rest of the unit, was caught and killed during the experiments. He was in such bad condition when recovered that his body could be kept in the Small Casket, as revealed in the Casket Shortage Memo.

James Jones

The sergeant who initially attempted to breach the Manchurian Gold testing facility in a reconnaissance mission. He and his five men (Carter, Collins, Cox, Hawkins, and Stone) were captured, experimented on, and killed, later being transported back to the United States in various caskets after the US took control of the facility. From the Diary, it is possible that Jones believed the Manchurian Gold was a number of gold statues from an ancient Manchurian emperor. His body was presumably kept in the Locked Casket, or he may be part of the skeleton in the Open Casket.

J.G. Phillips

Someone on board the Ourang Medan (presumably an engineer) who was relieved by Lieutenant Young on the night of the electrical storm, shortly before the ship was forced to anchor.

John Ferris

A sergeant who is noted to not tolerate fights between the crew. He broke up the fight between Joe and Charlie on the day the ship left shore, giving them 10 days in the brig and also ordered Patterson and Bretz to guard Cargo Hold 3A. He had previously confiscated Miller's Bakelite tiles. On the night of the electrical storm he originally reported Wagner's violent behavior, and later hallucinated that something was chasing him as he jumped overboard into a lifeboat and died. His corpse scares the characters as they approach the ship in Storm.

John Patterson

A private who was the only survivor in his platoon and wanted to see inside the caskets in Cargo Hold 3A. He usually felt sick when given guard duty there, and medical staff on board determined it was COSR.

His story is revealed more in the comics. He, along with Bretz, was assigned to guard the entrance to Cargo Hold 3A. When Bretz began suffering from his appendicitis and left for treatment, Patterson snuck into the hold and passed out when reminded of his time with platoon. He was found by Miller, who then spread rumors about ghosts on the ship and led to Allen expressing interest in the caskets. Before the two had guard duty together, Patterson was brought by Finley to see Bretz. When Finley suggested Patterson take some time off, he reacted negatively and almost passed out, causing Finley to remove him from the guard.

On the night of the electrical storm, he decided to go to hold 3A. Seeing the Human Experiment in one of the coffins and also beginning to experience hallucinations, Patterson went berserk. He beat O'Neil to death, shot Captain Ford, Tom Palmer and Finley, shot down a B-29, and caused Cooper's heart attack. Then he went below deck again and shot himself in the head.

His dead body can be found in Depths lying near the generator with a bullet wound to the head, also having been attacked by Olson with the sledgehammer.


A Warrant Officer who added notes to the Water Purification Plant Map.

Louis Brand

A private first class attacked by Wagner as the two of them guarded Cargo Hold 2 on the night of the electrical storm, as detailed in a report and the comic. He and Reed were previously sentenced to one day in the brig for getting drunk on shore leave the day before the ship left port.

Louis Collins

One of Sergeant Jones' men. He, like the rest of the unit, was caught and killed during the experiments. He may have been part of the skeleton in the Open Casket.

Marvin Cox

One of Sergeant Jones' men. He, like the rest of the unit, was caught and killed during the experiments. He may have been part of the skeleton in the Open Casket.


A corporal on the ship who was involved in the search and recovery missions of Sergeant Jones' squad. He released a memo to the crew ordering them to stay silent and respectful around Cargo Hold 3A, which had been converted into a chapel for the voyage, and another memo regarding Hawkins' casket.


A private forced to cover Patterson's guard duties in Cargo Hold 3A. As revealed in the comic, he was angry that Patterson was relieved of guard duty due to his unknown sickness. When Patterson wanted to get into Cargo Hold 3A, O'Neil refused to let him in and got into a fight with John. He was quickly knocked out, but also quickly came to his senses and knocked out Patterson, who had already opened the coffin. When Patterson came to, he saw an undead soldier instead of O'Neil and, going berserk, beat O'Neil to death.

Peter Wood

A sergeant who observed the meeting between Bishop, Palmer, and Scientist X. He was attacked by Wagner in Cargo Hold 2 on the night of the electrical storm and quickly alerted Captain Ford of the incident. He also took Wagner into custody as revealed in a report.

Ralph Baker

A sergeant who monitored guard duties and documented the items retrieved from the bodies of Sergeant Jones and his platoon.

Robert Reed

A private who wrote a letter to his wife regarding the rumors of a 'ghost child' on the ship, reminding him of his own son, Ted. He and Brand were sentenced to one day in the brig for getting drunk on shore leave the day before the ship left port, and he regularly guarded Hold 3A.


The surgeon treating Bretz for appendicitis on the night of the electrical storm along with Finley, before he died from a heart attack.

Tom Palmer

A Chief Warrant Officer and one of the first to learn about the caskets. He also attending the meeting regarding the Manchurian Gold with Scientist X. He was put in charge of securing the caskets by Bishop, who he asked to keep Captain Ford company.

As seen in the comic, he was strict about making sure no one had evidence of the Medan's existence and was a close confidant of Captain Ford, especially in regard to the Manchurian Gold testing. On the night of the storm he informed Captain Ford of the violence that has spread throughout the crew, and explains that if the SS Ourang Medan fails to reach the United States then the government will do whatever it can to cover the incident up. He was shot by Patterson after Ford went to confront him.


A large private on the SS Ourang Medan who was one of the first to be affected by the leaking Manchurian Gold on the night of the electrical storm, violently attacking Brand and Sergeant Wood in Cargo Hold 2. Wagner quickly went insane and jumped overboard, forcing the ship to anchor and the Manchurian Gold to spread throughout the crew. A lifeboat from the B-29 rescue plane was dispatched to save him, but he had already drowned.

Walter Bishop

A Chief Warrant Officer and one of the first to learn about the caskets. He attended the meeting regarding the Manchurian Gold with Scientist X. He put Palmer in charge of securing the caskets, and was asked by Palmer to keep Captain Ford company.

William P. Ford

Captain of the SS Ourang Medan. He set rules for guard duty and forbid alcohol. He was noted to be depressed by Palmer. He ordered the ship to anchor after Wagner jumped overboard.

As seen in the comic, he took orders from Palmer, even though he didn't approve of the disjointed route he was expected to take. On the night of the electrical storm he had an SOS sent out, which prompted the B-29 rescue plane to take off from Conwyn Islands nearby. When he heard Patterson outside, he went to confront him and was shot.


A soldier on the ship who was apparently aware of Sergeant Jones' mission and said that he believed the bodies of Jones and his platoon were on board the ship, prompting rumors of ghosts on board, as detailed in the journal.


Charles Ceran

Senior Account Manager who wrote a letter to Fliss about the latter's regular payments on her loan.

Cliff Hendrag

A neighbor who told the American Overseas in the 1947 Newspaper that the community was in shock after the gangland killing.

Coast Guard

A coast guard who was frequently contacted by Fliss throughout Act 1. Fliss can contact the coast guard in Uninvited Guests and later on in Storm, where she may optionally call for help, but to no avail. If Conrad escaped on the speedboat, the coast guard will sail his boat to the Ourang Medan, where he can pick up the protagonists if the latter lose the distributor cap.

Eileen, Ted, and Nancy Reed

Private Robert Reed's family. Robert wrote a letter to his wife and had two children named Ted and Nancy.

G. Teller

A photographer for the American Overseas newspaper who took what seems to be a picture of the Park Central Hotel for one edition.

Henry L. Razner

A US Army General and the writer of the Top Secret Intelligence Note to Fisher, Bishop, and Palmer.


A corporal who acted as the consignee for the transportation of Manchurian Gold, detailed in the Cargo Bill of Landing.

J. Rivera

Private Miller's beloved, to whom he wrote a letter.


A man in the B-29 who wrote its flight plan before it was shot down by Patterson. His corpse can be found in Wreck.

Lafontane Clark

A victim of the shooting described in the 1947 Newspaper, who was described as a "gangland leader with a heart of gold".

Market Trader

A Chinese woman with a mechanical training dummy on the dockside market in Manchuria, China, who interacts with Joe and Charlie.

N.B. Stenning

An American physicist who wrote to an unnamed general (possible Razner) regarding the uses of Manchurian Gold.

Rex Perez

A relative of Charles Perez, presumably his father, whose information is listed on the soldier's dog tag.

Scientist X

An unnamed scientist who was brought to the United States in a non-prosecution agreement for his work on the Manchurian Gold research. Before that, he discussed the research with Walter Bishop and Tom Palmer under the observance of Sergeant Peter Wood.


A group of soldiers who can be contacted by the protagonists. In The End, the soldiers will either rescue the protagonist but arrest them, kill them, or arrive at the ship with all protagonists escape, in which two of them will be killed by Danny with a sledgehammer.

Stephen Harding

A foreign area officer and corporal who received orders from Fisher on how to treat the caskets.



A captain in Little Hope during 1692 who wrote a letter (possibly to Samuel Nochet) detailing what occurred during the witch trials. Said letter was later read by Wyman, who wrote his own letter to Nochet. He is likely a creation of Anthony's imagination.

Edward Rosewell

One of the men who signed the writ of forfeiture in regard to the Carver-Lambert land dispute.


Families that lived in Little Hope in the 1690s, include: Blanchard, Lovejoy, Phelps, Bixby, Chandler, Osgood, Garrison, Abbot, Ballard, Blunt, Howell and Roger.

Madeleine Carver

The imaginary wife of Reverend Carver, who was taken into slavery during the Commencement Day Massacre. The event devastated Carver, who began studying the occult.

Martha Milton

The imaginary mother of Mary, David, and Tabitha Milton, who was taken into slavery during the Commencement Day Massacre. This led to Mary having different keepers, specifically her sister and brother, then Abraham, and then Carver.

Mary Wyman

Judge Thomas Wyman's wife who died in 1699, according to his gravestone. She is a creation of Anthony's imagination.

Victims of the Commencement Day Massacre

22 residents of Little Hope in the 1690s (including Madeleine Carver and Martha Milton) who were killed or enslaved during Commencement Day, include: Abby Bradstreet, Hope Stauton, Hugh Broughton, Isaac Ames, Jeremiah Stauton, John Titus, Mary Allelyne, Mary Dent, Matthew Noyes, Thomas Lathrop, as well as the Hake family (Abstinence, Bartle and Obadiah), the Newcomen family (Faythe, Fidelity and Michael), the Mather family (Francis and Mercy) and the Upsall family (Amity and Thomas).


Cathy Flint

One of the last Little Hope residents after the Ravenden textiles factory closed, who was appointed emergency manager as detailed in a newspaper. She, along with the remaining residents, voted to disincorporate the town in October 1979.

Chester Fife

The last employee of the Ravenden factory who was stated in the newspaper to still be performing maintenance on the building.

Daniel Maguire

A police captain who played a part in Carson's arrest and commented on it in the newspaper.

David Farr

A Lieutenant volunteer firefighter who investigated the Clarke family fire and determined that it was caused by a doll being lit by a gas range, detailed in the newspaper.

Ernie Hoffman(n) and George Reynolds

Two Little Hope police officers that responded to the calls of the Clarke house fire and saved Anthony's life, detailed in a commendation in the abandoned police station. While the newspaper article about them mentions an unnamed Mayor, the commendation is signed by the imaginary Mayor Carver, so it is possible that it has been manipulated by Anthony's mind. Reynolds' badge can be found in The Crossing inside a locker.

Ernie's surname is spelled Hoffman in the newspaper but Hoffmann in the commendation, because of which it is not known which version is correct.

Hazel Carver

One of Mayor Samuel Carver's daughters who expressed sadness at the closure of the Ravenden textiles factory, detailed in a newspaper. Apparently, she wanted to work with the union workers to save the factory, but her father refused. Hazel is likely a creation of Anthony's mind like her father.

Irene Roberts

One of the remaining Little Hope residents who said in the newspaper that she recognizes Little Hope's closure as necessary.


One of the workers who worked in the diner where Tanya worked at. According to the latter's diary, she had a busy shift covering for Jeannie on January 8th.

Mister 'Handy'

One of the workers who worked in the diner where Tanya worked at, although his real name was unknown. According to the latter's diary, he was described as a pervert, always tried to brush against Tanya's butt in every opportunity he had. Tanya then revenged by pouring coffee on his lap.


One of the workers who worked in the diner where Tanya worked at. According to the latter's diary, he was described by Tanya as cranky.


A passerby who witnessed the fire incident of the Clarke family home, after which he accused Anthony for starting the incident. He was recreated by Anthony as a judge in the witch trials named Thomas Wyman.

Rita Sullivan

One of the last residents of Little Hope who complained in the newspaper about the town's last public transit link, Prime Transit, being rerouted.

Samuel Carver

The mayor of Little Hope in the 70s. Eventually he was responsible for the closure of Ravenden textiles factory, leading to the desertion of the town. Union workers such as Frank McCarthy proposed plans to save the factory, but he ignored them and tried to make a deal with the overseas RBAD Consortium to replace the factory jobs with low-paying service labor. He is likely a creation of Anthony's mind, given his shared surname with the imaginary Reverend Simon Carver and the fact that nothing on the Visitor's Map is named after him, despite his family supposedly owning most of the land.


Alan Childs

Author of The Forgotten Apollo detailed on the back of a newspaper.

Andreas Vogel

Author of The Modern Guide to Successful Parenting.

Ann Jackson

A writer for The Evening Observer who gave a positive review of The Wild Magic: A History of Modern Paganism.

Antonia Malkin

Science Correspondent for The Herald, who wrote an article about an upcoming book on the Apollo 10 space flight in the newspaper.

D. Farnham

A photographer for The Herald who took a picture of Mayor Carver after talks with the RBAD Consortium, shown in the newspaper.

Frank McCarthy

A member of the Textile Labor Union of America Local 618 who spoke out against Mayor Samuel Carver's opposition to working with the factory union in the newspaper. A letter reveals that he contracted a law firm to try and purchase and reopen the factory after it closed, but failed to raise enough money.

Hannah Stone

Anthony's psychologist, as seen in Little Hope's second bonus comic. She visits Anthony at the Clarke house, which is appears to only be in minor disrepair after the fire, and as they talk as Anthony brings her through the abandoned Little Hope in his imagination. The two go through most of the major locations in the game, and many of the secrets that can be found are seen. Anthony reveals that he made the crude doll while in prison to remind himself of Megan. The imagined walk ends when Anthony finds the poppet in the road and recalls the day of the fire. As they embrace, it is revealed that the Clarke home was in much more disrepair and Stone is not there, meaning she's another figment of Anthony's imagination, perhaps created in his attempt to realize that the fire wasn't his fault.

Jonas Lang

One of the attorneys at Lang and Abrams, who wrote a letter to Frank McCarthy.

Marie Schenk

An 18-year-old athlete from Northbridge, Massachusetts, who participated in the 1972 Winter Olympics in Japan according to a newspaper.


A police officer who diverted Anthony into driving through Little Hope. He can possibly be seen arresting Anthony if the latter has a bad relationship with Vince. He was created by Anthony as a marshal in the witch trials named Isaac Worel.

Pastors of Little Hope

18 reverends of Little Hope Church (including Simon Carver and Leonard Carson) from 1658 to 1979 include; William Ashe, Lazarus Burgess, John Fenn, Edmund Sterry, Solomon Temple, Walter Gouge, William Foxe, John Capel, John Mayo, Nicholas Ley, Andrew O'Connor, Joseph Milton, Tom Parker, Reece Ward, Richard Bradshaw and John Carrier.

Ronald Nelson

Author of Modern Magick and Ritual.

Samuel Nochet

A resident of presumably high status in Lewiston and the recipient of a letter from Judge Wyman requesting an investigation into the witch trials that occurred a year prior. He is likely a creation of Anthony's imagination.

S. Dutton

Author of The Wild Magic: A History of Modern Paganism.

Tilly Johnson

Tilly was born in 1836 and was a young and promising author who became famous for her gothic novel "Tract of the Tethered", which she wrote in 1856. She was found dead in her home in 1858 under mysterious circumstances. Her house is a landmark of the town. The broken statue is also dedicated to Tilly. She resembles Tanya and is likely a creation of Anthony's mind.

Members of The Hodgson Expedition

Agnes Bradshaw

A British antiquarian who enlisted Randolph to locate the tomb of Alexander the Great. Previously, she excavated in the Hashemite Kingdom and recovered a brooch and a gold cuneiform tablet that led to the supposed tomb. Through Randolph's journal, it is eventually revealed that Bradshaw knew of the existence of vampires beneath the temple, and sought to gain the power and immortality the creatures possessed. In addition to lying about the purpose of the excavation, it is implied that she deliberately infected Mary with a parasite to watch its progress, eventually resulting in Mary's death.

According to Randolph's journal, Bradshaw herself soon becomes infected by the parasite as well, apparently killing van Huyten. However, her corpse does not show any signs of infection, as her front teeth are still intact. This could mean that Randolph lied in his journal and that it was in fact Mary who killed van Huyten. Either way, Bradshaw was killed by Randolph immediately after he discovered van Huyten's body, stabbing her in the heart with a tent stake.

The fact that she is referred to as Lady Bradshaw implies she is a Baroness.[1]

Aline Journeau

Randolph's assistant, who wrote the Curse of Akkad note and a letter. She was a former member of the French Resistance. Her fate after the 1946 expedition is unknown, but she was presumably killed by the vampires.

Arthur Pulman

A dig foreman who traveled with Aline and was presumably in charge of hiring laborers, as noted in Aline's Letter. He later helped Randolph and Crow to build an elevator to reach the hidden city. His fate after the 1946 expedition is unknown, but he was presumably killed by the vampires.

Ellis van Huyten

Bradshaw's assistant, an archaeologist whom Randolph noted as having a poor reputation. Like Bradshaw, van Huyten coveted the power possessed by the vampires. After Mary's infection and death, her husband Randolph decided to bury the temple to ensure that humanity would never discover the alien's spacecraft. Believing that studying the creatures would be more beneficial to mankind, van Huyten sabotaged both the radio and the detonator that would have set off the dynamite. Afterwards, van Huyten was killed by what Randolph claims was an infected Bradshaw, who drained all of the blood from his body. Since Bradshaw's corpse shows no sign of infection, it is likely that van Huyten was actually killed by Mary.

Mary Hodgson

Randolph's wife, who married him shortly before being hired by Bradshaw and accompanied him to the dig site. As revealed in Randolph's Journal, Mary first studied the creatures as a pianist who understood that the vampires were able to communicate with music , but then was infected by a parasite and transformed. As a vampire, she attacked her husband and was locked away. Since Bradshaw's corpse shows no sign of infection, it is likely that Mary killed van Huyten. Mary's corpse can be found in a jail cell in Enemy of My Enemy, though it is unclear how she died.

Sherman Crow

An explorer who was part of The Hodgson Expedition and also Randolph's old comrade from war. He brought a machine gun, which he named Bessie, to the temple to keep him feel safe. Later, he took a dynamite because he discovered something hidden beneath the catacombs. He also helped Randolph and Pulman to build an elevator to reach the hidden city. He is said to be an ex-British soldier. His fate after the 1946 expedition is unknown, but he was presumably killed by the vampires.



The Sumerian counterpart of Anu. He was depicted as a great bull.


According to Mesopotamian mythology, he is the Akkadian sky god and the father of Lamashtu. He is a father of gods and demons, and the god of earthly kings. Anu was most often depicted in a horned headdress.

Enlil of Nibiru

According to Mesopotamian mythology, he is a god who is associated with wind, air, earth, and storms. His temple in Nippur was ransacked by the Akkadians and his people were killed. He is then enraged by sending the Gutians to attack Akkad while also burying the temple underneath the sands of the Zagros Mountains.


According to Mesopotamian mythology, she was the goddess who ruled the underworld.


According to Sumerian mythology, she was the scribe of the underworld who would record the names of the souls.


According to Mesopotamian mythology, she's a terrifying demon who is a murderer of infants and feasts on the blood and flesh of men. She is most commonly portrayed as a hairy lion-headed monster with bird's feet, often kneeling on a donkey, a serpent held in each hand and a dog and a pig suckling at her breasts. Lamashtu had seven names and was referred to in incantations as the Seven Witches. She was responsible for many evil deeds including as a bringer of nightmares, a poisoner of rivers, and a herald of famine and disease.


According to Sumerian mythology, he is the chief gatekeeper of the underworld, who at each gate would unbolt it and relieve the soul of some of its burden of offerings until it arrived naked and powerless in the underworld.


The Moon God of Akkad, who Naram-Sin claims is aiding the Gutians.


According to Mesopotamian mythology, he is the sun god. He usually rested in the entrance of the underworld under the Zagros Mountains at night.

Military and politicians


An agent of an unidentified United States government agency, who participates in the debrief in the end.

George Walker Bush

An American politician who served as the forty-third president of the US from 2001 to 2009. He declared war on Iraq after accusing Saddam Hussein of holding weapons of mass destruction. He can be seen on a newspaper and on a television in Rachel's office holding his Mission Accomplished speech, announcing the end of hostilities in Iraq.


Male and female agents of an unidentified United States government agency, who participates in interrogating the surviving protagonists.

Iraqi Soldiers

Iraqi soldiers who were led by Dar to attack on the American units on the target LZ. Throughout the course of the game, they were killed by either American soldiers or vampires.


American marines who participated in the raid on the target LZ. Throughout the course of the game, they were killed by either the Iraqi patrol or vampires.


An agent of an unidentified United States government agency, who participates in the debrief in the end.

Saddam Hussein

An Iraqi politician who served as the fifth president of Iraq from July 16th, 1979 until April 9th, 2003. He was accused of holding weapons of mass destruction by the United States government and lead to war. He had a palace which is now an American military site known as Camp Slayer. Joey holds an ace of spade with Saddam's picture on it. Joey also mistakenly refers to Saddam Hussein as "Chemical Ali", which was actually the nickname of Ali Hassan al-Majid.


Alexander the Great

King of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon. Bradshaw used the search for Alexander's tomb in the Zagros Mountains as an excuse to lure The Hodgson Expedition to the vampires.

Andrew McHalister

The Director of Admissions who wrote a letter to Zain about the approval of his application to Highgate University in London, United Kingdom for admission to read Mythology.

Franklin Levitt

Author of Gods of Sumer.

Gutian Woman

A Gutian woman captured by the Akkadians, in which Naram-Sin commanded Balathu to kill her. Although she fought back, she ended up impaled by a spear thrown by either Balathu or an Akkadian soldier. Balathu is reminded of his daughter when looking at the woman. She is named "Nisaba" in the game files.

James Horne

The Deputy Director of Operations who sent Rachel on a mission to Baghdad to assist a group of soldiers in search for WMD.

Joseph Morello

Author of The Mind of a Killer.

Marie Vinay and Yves Paugam

Two French aid workers working in the Soran district who went missing and were presumed to be robbed and killed, according to a briefing. Marie's ID card can be found in the pit, revealing that they were captured and sacrificed to the vampires by the shepherds.


Salim's neighbor whom he contacted about his son Zain, where he could either tell her about Zain's birthday or the stolen goods. Salim's neighbor is the mother of Tariq, Zain's friend.

Shawqi Amanat

Author of Ancient Mesopotamian Mythology.

Simon Fuller

The SC Operations Head and Director of Human Intelligence who wrote a confidential report to Rachel about urgent results needed.


A son of one of Salim's neighbors. When Salim returns home, it is revealed that Zain is with him.

Zain Othman

Salim's son born on May 30, 1985, whom he wants to send to university in the United Kingdom. He appears to have an interest in folklore and mythology, as Salim can find a book about Sumerian mythology and a map on which mystical creatures and places are marked around the United Kingdom in his room. He is also a thief, as Salim finds a box of stolen goods under his bed, and Dar claims he is a stoner. The game takes place on his eighteenth birthday.

Henry Howard Holmes

A real American con artist and serial killer operating during the late 19th century.

Dubbed "America's first serial killer" by the media after his conviction and execution, he was also the owner of the "Murder Castle", a hotel of his own design which he would allegedly use to trap and kill his victims.

Kidnapped Victim

A person seen in the story trailer who is tied to a chair. He wears a yellow suit and has a sack over his head. He seems to be impaled by a blade trap as Charles and another protagonist watch.

Manny Sherman

A convicted serial killer who was sentenced to death before the events of the game. His execution is detailed in the War Newspaper. Manny was the mentor and inspiration for Granthem Du'Met, who made an animatronic out of his corpse.


  1. Baron is the only degree of the Peerage that is always referred to, both verbally and in correspondence - which Randolph's diary is - as "Lord [title]" and that is how Bradshaw is spoken about.


Protagonists AlexBradConradFlissJulia
Antagonists OlsonDannyJuniorHallucinations
Supporting Characters The CuratorCharlieCooperFortune TellerJoeMinor Characters
Protagonists AndrewAngelaDanielJohnTaylor
Antagonists CarverDemons
Supporting Characters The CuratorAnthonyReincarnationsVinceMinor Characters
Protagonists EricJasonNickRachelSalim
Antagonists Alien ParasitesThe Ancient OneVampires
Supporting Characters The CuratorClariceDarJoeyMerwinRandolphShepherdsBalathuKurumNaram-SinPazuzuMinor Characters
Protagonists CharlesKate
Antagonists Du'Met
Supporting Characters The CuratorMinor Characters