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  • Edmund Cage

    Almost certainly the maternal grandfather of [[:marian-elliot | Marian Elliot]] and ostensibly the paternal great-grandfather of [[:douglas-ryder | Douglas Ryder]], appears to have supernatural powers. Chief among those powers is the ability to be not …

  • Eugenia Taylor

    The somewhat-but-not-really deceased great aunt of Clara Taylor. She appears to have been a major force behind Taylor and Taylor Imports. She moved to Portland from San Francisco to help establish the newest office, only to have the business, and her …

  • Benjamin Corbett

    Benjamin Corbett was an attendee at the Rosebloom Auction held at the Ambassador Hotel. He was a vessel for the spirit of [[:edmund-cage | Edmund Cage]], who orchestrated the theft of several items from the event, then discarded the body and moved into …

  • Dr. Arthur Bell

    Dr. Bell was the late-night on-call medical examiner in [[Portland | Portland]], and also the chief pathologist at [[Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital | Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital]], along with some occasional consultant work up at [[OHSU | OHSU]]. As is …

  • Bartholomew Wright

    The longtime valet of [[:edmund-cage | Edmund Cage]]; he referred to himself as Cage's “batman” when he confessed to Our Heroes. When [[:miriam-elliot | Miriam Elliot]] remembered him, she recalled him fondly as her French tutor and frequent presence in …

  • Simon Gatineau

    Legal adviser, former minor politician in [[Portland]], ex-patient of [[Morningside Sanitarium]]. He collected fraternal orders like some people collect stamps, and belonged to the [[Silver Twilight]]. According to Simon, he met fellow pipe aficionado [[: …

  • Alice Taylor

    Died of TB. May have been an intended sacrificial victim somewhere in the early 1900s, although Eugenia Taylor prevented that by killing Edmund Cage.

  • Hiram Crewe

    According to himself, he was (is?) the "King of Occultists". Author of several accounts of encounters and conflicts with spiritual forces, Hiram moved into the Martensen House in order to uncover the mystery held therein. Or, more likely, to make up a …

  • Stuart Cabot-Jenkins

    Stuart Cabot-Jenkins, recently from Green Bay, had been staying in northern Michigan at the "Martensen House" (built by [[:john-martensen | John Martensen]], naturally) trying to uncover the mystery left behind by another investigator some 20 years prior: …

  • John Martensen

    Details are sketchy, but there are a few facts known about Mr. Martensen: Originally from the UK, Martensen spent his early years on whaling vessels in the South Pacific,. Charts he donated to Bouresches indicate he sailed around the (now) "Gilbert …

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