Dr. William Godfrey
Dr. Godfrey is (was?) a balding, pot-bellied man in his mid-fifties. He is (or, presumably, ‘was’) a professor of psychology from Willamette University and was a visiting professor at the University of New Mexico in Alberquerque. He used astrology as a framework for his lectures, not so much due to belief in the occult as a convenient shorthand for Jungian archetypes. Investigation into his disappearance revealed that his interest in strange matters was deeper than star signs. He was apparently intrigued by the legends of the spider-gods that circulated around the southwestern part of the state. As the investigators discovered, the epicenter of these stories arose from Castanegro. We presume Dr. Godfrey paid for his investigations with his life.