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This is a comprehensive list of every appearance by a named character.

Major recurring characters, such as Jonathan Sims and the archival staff, are frequently omitted to avoid excessive repetition. All such characters have a full list of appearances on their individual pages.

Episodes 1-10

Episode 1
  • Jonathan Sims, Head Archivist at the Magnus Institute.
  • Elias Bouchard, Head of the Magnus Institute.
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist, deceased.
  • Martin Blackwood, research assistant to Jonathan Sims.
  • Timothy Stoker, research assistant to Jonathan Sims.
  • Sasha James, research assistant to Jonathan Sims.
  • Nathan Watts, statement giver in episode 1.
  • Michael MacAulay, friend of Nathan Watts.
  • John Fellowes, student at the same university as Nathan Watts.
  • Jessica McEwan, disappeared in the Fishmarket Close area Nov, 2005.
  • Sarah Baldwin, disappeared in the Fishmarket Close area Aug, 2006.
  • Daniel Rawlings, disappeared in the Fishmarket Close area Dec, 2006.
  • Ashley Dobson, disappeared in the Fishmarket Close area May, 2008.
  • Meghan Shaw, disappeared in the Fishmarket Close area June, 2008.
  • Angler Fish, mysterious entity.
Episode 2
  • Joshua Gillespie, statement giver in episode 2.
  • Richard, friend of Joshua Gillespie.
  • John, pays Joshua Gillespie £10,000 to store a coffin.
  • Breekon & Hope, large delivery men speaking with cockney accents.
Episode 3
  • Amy Patel, statement giver in episode 3.
  • Graham Folger, classmate of Amy Patrel.
  • NotGraham, mysterious entity that replaces Graham Folger.
  • Desmond Folger, father of Graham Folger.
  • Samantha Folger, mother of Graham Folger.
Episode 4
  • Dominic Swain, statement giver in episode 4.
  • Katherine Mendes, friend of Dominic Swain.
  • Jurgen Leitner, Norwegian book collector whose bookplate is frequently found on paranormal books.
  • MacGregor Mathers, listed as owning Key of Solomon alongside Jurgen Leitner.
  • Mary Keay, the owner of Pinhole Books. Presumably murdered by her son Gerard Keay.
  • Gerard Keay, a distinctly goth-looking young man. Purchases Ex Altiora from Dominic Swain and burns it.
  • Michael Crew, a childhood friend of Dominic Swain who was struck by lightning when he was 8 years old.
Episode 5
  • Kieran Woodward, statement giver in episode 5.
  • David Atayah, Kieran Woodward's co-worker.
  • Matthew Wilkinson, Kieran Woodward's co-worker.
  • Alan Parfitt, Kieran Woodward's co-worker. Goes missing after obsessing over 93 Lancaster Road.
  • Guy Wardman, Kieran Woodward's co-worker.
  • Michael Parfitt, Alan Parfitt's brother who reported him missing.
  • Police Constable Suresh
  • Police Constable Altman
Episode 6
  • Timothy Hodge, statement giver in episode 6.
  • Harriet Lee, a student who was infected by Jane Prentiss.
  • Jane Prentiss, a person of interest to the Magnus Institute who spreads a dangerous infection of worms.
Episode 7
  • Clarence Berry, statement giver in episode 7.
  • Wilfred Owen, soldier and famous poet.
  • Joseph Rayner, dead soldier.
Episode 8
  • Ivo Lensik, statement giver in episode 8.
  • Sam, Ivo Lensik’s fiance.
  • Raymond Fielding, or at least his ghost.
  • Agnes Montague, mysterious child who stayed at Hill Top Road.
  • Henry White, 5-year old who went missing.
  • Edwin Burroughs, catholic priest and statement giver in episode 19 and 20.
  • Anna Kasuma, nurse at John Radcliffe Hospital.
  • Walter Fielding, Raymond Fielding’s granddad.
  • Alfred Fielding, Raymond Fielding’s dad.
Episode 9
  • Julia Montauk, statement giver in episode 9.
  • Robert Montauk, serial killer and Julia Montauk's father.
  • Ray Cowan, author of No Bodies in the Shed
  • Rayner, connected to the People's Church of the Divine Host.
  • Christopher Lorne, member of the Peoples’ Church of the Divine Host and murder victim.
Episode 10
  • Trevor Herbert, statement giver in episode 10.
  • Nigel Herbert, Trevor Herbert's brother.
  • Sylvia McDonald, supposedly a vampire.
  • Robert Arden, supposedly another vampire.
  • Alard Dupont, not a vampire but a criminal.

Episodes 11-20

Episode 11
  • Antonio Blake, statement giver in episode 11.
  • Graham, Antonio Blake's ex.
  • Anahita, friend of Antonio Blake.
  • John Uzel, Antonio Blake's old line manager.
  • Rosie, receptionist/assistant at the Magnus institute.
Episode 12
  • Lesere Saraki, statement giver in episode 12.
  • Kayleigh Grice, doctor at St Thomas Hospital.
  • Unnamed burn victim.
Episode 13
  • Naomi Herne, statement giver in episode 13.
  • Evan Lukas, Naomi Herne's fiance.
  • Pastor David, Naomi Herne's old pastor.
  • Michael Getty, involved in vehicular collision with Naomi Herne.
Episode 14
  • Lee Rentoul, statement giver in episode 14.
  • Paul Noriega, murdered by Lee Rentoul.
  • Toby McMullen, assaulted and badly hurt by Paul Noriega.
  • Angela, mysterious lady with strange power.
  • Mikaele Salesa, antiques dealer.
Episode 15
  • Laura Popham, statement giver in episode 15.
  • Aleana Sanderson, Laura Popham's sister.
  • Alistair Popham, Laura Popham's husband.
Episode 16
  • Carlos Vittery, statement giver in episode 16.
  • Major Tom, Carlos Vittery's cat.
Episode 17
  • Sebastian Adekoya, statement giver in episode 17.
  • Jared Hopworth, Sebastian Adekoya's childhood friend.
  • Ruth Weaver, librarian at Chiswick Library.
  • Mrs. Hopworth, Jared Hopworth’s mother.
Episode 18
  • Christof Rudenko, statement giver in episode 18.
  • Dianne/Diana, old spinster who lives next door to Christof Rudenko.
  • Toby Carlisle, Rudenko's upstairs neighbour who hammered bits of meat to every surface of his apartment.
Episode 19
  • Edwin Burroughs, catholic priest and statement giver in episode 19.
  • Father Harrogate, an old Augustinian exorcist.
  • Father Singh, a priest at the Catholic chaplaincy in St Aldate’s.
  • Bethany O’Connor, possessed student that Father Burroughs attempts to exorcise.
  • Anne Willett, nurse at John Radcliffe hospital. Mentioned in episode 8 under a different name.
Episode 20
  • Edwin Burroughs, catholic priest and statement giver in episode 20.
  • Christopher Bilham, murdered student, found with his face removed.
  • James Mann, murdered student, had his face partially eaten by Father Burroughs.

Episodes 21-30

Episode 21
  • Moira Kelly statement giver in episode 21.
  • Robert Kelly, Moira Kelly's son, who has gone missing.
  • Stephen Kelly, Moira Kelly's husband, deceased.
  • Simon, elderly man doing a tandem jump for charity in memory of his wife.
  • Harriet Fairchild. Robert Kelly’s fellow skydiving instructor.
  • Joseph Puce, farmer who finds an unopened parachute in his fields.
Episode 22
  • Martin Blackwood, statement giver in episode 22.
  • Yasir Kundi, owner of the building Carlos Vittery lived in.
Episode 23
  • Albrecht von Closen, statement giver in episode 23.
  • Jonah Magnus, founder of the Magnus Institute.
  • Wolfgang, acquaintance of Albrecht von Closen.
  • Henrik, Albrecht von Closen's brother.
  • Wilhelm von Closen, Albrecht von Closen’s nephew.
  • Clara/Carla von Closen, Albrecht von Closen's wife.
  • Johann von Württemberg, name on the mausoleum Albrecht von Closen finds.
  • Hilda/Helga, serving girl at Wilhelm's estate.
  • Tobias Kohler, old man in Schramberg who remembers the tomb of Johann von Württemberg.
  • Hans Winkler, Tobias Kohler's childhood friend.
  • Ulrich I or II, historical figure and potential father of Johann von Württemberg.
  • Jan Moira, author of Cradle of Germany – Württemberg through the Centuries
  • H.T. Moncreef, author of Grim Tales
  • Rudolph Ziegler, servant at Wilhelm’s estate.
  • Elsa, descendant of Wilhelm.
  • Michael Keay, Elsa’s husband.
Episode 24
  • Leanne Denikin, statement giver in episode 24.
  • Joshua Drury, Leanne Denikin's partner.
  • Nikolai Denikin, Leanne Denikin's grandfather.
  • Mrs. Irene Harlow, Leanne Denikin's neighbour.
  • Harold Silvana, briefly mentioned, statement giver in episode 35.
  • Gregory Petry’, author of Freaks and Followers: Circuses in the 1940s.
  • Gregor Orsinov, ringmaster of the Circus of the Other. Seen in an old photo from 1948.
Episode 25
  • Mark Bilham, statement giver in episode 25.
  • Katherine “Kathy” Harper, Mark Bilham's girlfriend.
  • Natalie Ennis, Kathy’s roommate.
  • Mr. Pitch, mentioned by Natalie Ennis.
Episode 26
  • Sasha James, statement giver in episode 26.
  • Robert Smirke, briefly mentioned, a 19th century architect that Timothy Stoker is obsessed with.
  • Michael, paranormal entity who leads Sasha James to Timothy Hodge.
  • Timothy Hodge, statement giver in episode 6.
Episode 27
  • Paul McKenzie, statement giver in episode 27.
  • Marcus McKenzie, Paul McKenzie's son.
  • Diane, Paul McKenzie's wife, deceased.
  • Sarah Carpenter, previous member of the research staff at the Magnus Institute.
Episode 28
  • Melanie King, statement giver in episode 28.
  • Andy Caine, co-host of Ghost Hunt UK.
  • Peter Warhol, works sound for the show.
  • Antonia “Toni” Farron, works the camera for the show.
  • Georgie Barker, host of the “What The Ghost?” podcast.
Episode 29
  • Nathaniel Thorp, statement giver in episode 29.
  • Fiona Law, research assistant at the Magnus Institute.
Episode 30
  • David Laylow, statement giver in episode 30.
  • Tony Mulholland, David Laylow's ex-coworker.
  • Tom Haan, David Laylow's coworker, disappeared after the incident.
  • Darren Lacey, builder contracted to work on Aver Meats' Dalston plant.

Episodes 31-40

Episode 31
  • Lawrence Mortimer, statement giver in episode 31.
  • Arden Neeli, friend of Lawrence Mortimer.
Episode 32
Episode 33
  • Carlita Sloane, statement giver in episode 33.
  • Josh Cole, student using Institute resources for a dissertation.
  • Samantha Emery, Student doing a PhD in manifestations.
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra.
  • Tadeas Dahl, first mate on the Tundra.
  • Sean Kelly, crewmember on the Tundra.
  • Kim Duong, third mate on the Tundra.
  • Nathaniel Lukas, owner of Solus Shipping PLC.
Episode 34
  • Dr. Lionel Elliott, statement giver in episode 34.
  • Elena Bower, admissions officer at King’s College, London.
  • Erika Mustermann, unsettling student taking the Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology class.
  • Jan Novak, unsettling student taking the Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology class.
  • Piotr Petrov, unsettling student taking the Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology class.
  • Pavel Petrov, unsettling student taking the Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology class.
  • John Doe, unsettling student taking the Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology class.
  • Fulan al-Fulani, unsettling student taking the Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology class.
  • Juan Pérez, unsettling student taking the Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology class.
  • Dr Laura Gill, colleague of Dr. Lionel Elliott.
  • Dr. Rashid Sadana, taught the Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies course at St Mary’s University.
Episode 35
  • Harold Silvana, statement giver in episode 35.
  • Rachael Turley, coworker of Harold Silvana.
  • Alfred Bartlett, coworker of Harold Silvana.
  • Gerard Keay, young goth-looking man who steals a book.
Episode 36
  • Nicole Baxter, statement giver in episode 36.
  • William Gordon, deceased funeral director.
  • George Baxter, uncle of Nicole Baxter.
  • Josh Baxter, cousin of Nicole Baxter.
  • Hannah Ramirez, previous director of Ivy Meadows Care Home.
  • Alenka Kozel, nurse at Ivy Meadows Care Home.
  • Bertrand Miller, resident at Ivy Meadows Care Home.
  • John Amherst, the new director Ivy Meadows Care Home.

Episode 37

  • Jason North, Statement Giver in episode 37.
  • Ethan North, Jason North's Son.
  • Lucy North, Jason North's Wife.

Episode 38

  • Andre Ramao, Statement Giver in episode 38.
  • Mikaele Salesa, antiques dealer, fence mentioned in episode 14.
  • Charlie Miller, previous Salesa customer.
  • David, Andre's Husband.

Episode 39

  • Jane Prentiss, Worm Lady.
  • Entity that Attacks Sasha.

Episode 40

  • Elias Bouchard, Statement Giver in episode 40.
  • Sasha James (?), Statement Giver in episode 40.
  • Tim Stoker, Statement Giver in episode 40.
  • Martin Blackwood, Statement Giver in episode 40.

Episodes 41-50

Episode 41

  • Jonathan Sims, Statement Giver in episode 41.
  • Jeremy Bentham, initial designer of Millbank Prison.
  • Robert Smirke, final designer of Millbank Prison.

Episode 42

  • Jennifer Ling, Statement Giver in episode 42.
  • Alfred Grifter, Musician in Grifter's Bone.
  • Tommy Moncreef, Jennifer Ling's Boss at Earful.
  • Mike Baker, Coworker.
  • Lee Kipple, Submission Editor at Earful.
  • Albert Sans, man in silk robe allegedly seen at The Dean Street Jazz Club.
  • Agatha Norwell, Neighbor and Victim of Jennifer Ling.

Episode 43

Episode 44

  • Gertrude Robinson, previous Head Archivist.
  • Yuri Utkin, Statement Giver in episode 44.
  • Piotr, Friend of Yuri. 
  • Ivan Utkin, Yuri’s Brother.
  • Gregor Orsinov, Ringmaster of the Circus of the Other.
  • Nikolai Denikin, Organist for the Circus of the Other, grandfather of Leanne Denikin in episode 24.

Episode 45

  • Thomas Neill, Statement Giver in episode 45.
  • Dr. Neil Thompson, head researcher.
  • John Snow, 19th century physician, alleged original owner of Neil Thompson’s syringe.
  • George Larson, research assistant.
  • Mikaele Salesa, antiques dealer from episode 38.

Episode 46

  • Herbert Knox, Statement Giver in episode 46
  • Micheal Crew, Purchaser of Ex Altiora, Dominic's Friend in episode 4
  • Jurgen Leitner, Book Collector
  • Kirstin Bowman, Herbert Knox's Friend

Episode 47

  • Helen Richardson, Statement Giver in episode 47
  • Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Lombardi, potential buyers of the St. Albans Ave House
  • Michael, Strange Being, subject of Sasha’s statement in episode 26
  • Sasha James (?), Archival Assistant

Episode 48

Episode 49

  • Gregory Pryor, Statement Giver in episode 49
  • Nicola Laredo, wife of Hector Laredo
  • Hector Laredo, husband of Nicola Laredo
  • Jared Hopworth, the Bone Turner, previously in Ep. 17
  • Harry Gough, owner of Butcher Shop
  • James Wright, Previous head of the Magnus Institute 

Episode 50

  • Sampson Kempthorne, Statement Giver in episode 50
  • George Gilbert Scott, architect
  • Marianne Kempthorne, wife of Sampson Kempthorne
  • Henry Roberts, architect that trained under Robert Smirke
  • Robert Smirke, 19th century architect, Mentioned in Ep. 26 and Ep. 41
  • William Bonython Moffatt, builder

Episodes 51-60

Episode 51

Episode 52

  • Phillip Brown, statement Giver in episode 52
  • Robert Montauk, serial killer from episode 9
  • Ivan Ilich, prisoner at Wakefield Prison
  • Dave Harrington, Prison Guard at Wakefield Prison
  • Basira Hussain, Section 31 Police Constable
  • Peter Gordo, Warden at Wakefield Prison
  • Maxwell Rayner, Robert Montauk's Visitor and assumed caller in Ep. 9
  • Caroline Brodie, Phillip Brown's ex-wife

Episode 53

  • Gertrude Robinson, previous head archivist
  • Sergeant Walter Heller, statement giver in episode 53
  • Fracnes Heller, Walter's Brother
  • Frank Malloy, command of tank crew
  • Ralph McCulloch, driver of tank crew
  • Dicky, loader of tank crew

Episode 54

Episode 55

  • Jordan Kennedy, statement giver in episode 55
  • Laura Star, neighbor who called Jordan Kennedy
  • Jane Prentiss, worm lady, deceased
  • Arthur Nolan, Jane Prentiss' landlord
  • John Amherst, man burned by Jordan Kennedy, Ran Ivy Meadows in ep.36

Episode 56

  • Trevor Herbert, statement giver in episode 56 and episode 10
  • Sylvia Macdonald, first vampire Trevor killed
  • Alard Dupont, man killed by Trevor
  • "Stanley Kubrick", friend of Trevor's at the homeless shelter
  • Hannah Edwards, vampire killed by Trevor
  • Jane Lewis, vampire killed by Trevor
  • Craig, man at homeless shelter

Episode 57

  • Carter Chilcott, statement giver in episode 57
  • Jan Kilbride, crewmember of the Daedalus
  • Manuela Dominguez, crewmember of the Daedalus
  • Conrad Lukas, head of the isolation project on the Daedalus
  • Nathaniel Lukas, invest in the Daedalus project
  • Sasha James (?), Archival Assistant
  • Tom, Sasha's Boyfriend

Episode 58

  • Benjamin Carlisle, husband of statement giver
  • Eustace Wick, cannibalistic guide 
  • Adam Hawthorne
  • Bruce, manager of Fort John
  • Horatio Wick, Ex-Lutheran Preacher

Episode 59

  • Ronald Sinclair, statement giver in episode 59
  • Raymond Fielding, owner of the house on Hill Top Rd, Ghost in episode 8
  • Dick Barrowdale, child who lived on Hill Top Rd.
  • Mr. Hainsley, neighbor Ronald and Dick pranked
  • Agnes Montague, child who lived on Hill Top Rd.
  • Doris Hardy, child who lived on Hill Top Rd.
  • Greg Montgomery, child who lived on Hill Top Rd.

Episode 60

  • Rosa Meyer, statement giver in episode 60
  • Christopher Meyer, Rosa's Brother
  • Angus Cartwright, colleague of Christopher Meyer
  • Danilo Costich, man killed by Rosa

Episodes 61-70

Episode 61

Episode 62

Episode 63

Episode 64

  • Donna Gwynne, statement giver in episode 64
  • Stavo, Donna's Boss
  • Grigori, Geologist
  • Norman, connection to antique dealers
  • Barry and Paul, the "muscle"
  • Basira Hussain, Section 31 Police Constable

Episode 65

  • Tessa Winters, statement giver in episode 65
  • Sergey Ushanka, programmer who supposedly uploaded his brain

Episode 66

Episode 67

  • Jack Barnabas, statement giver in episode 67
  • Agnes Montague, woman Jack shortly dated and mysterious child from ep. 8 and ep. 59
  • Deliah Aconjo, Jack's coworker at Canyon Cafe
  • Diego Molina, bald chanting guy and burn victim in ep. 31
  • Arthur Nolan, Jane Prentiss' landlord, mentioned in ep.32 and ep.55
  • Jason North, discovered ritual circle in ep.37

Episode 68

  • Joseph Russo, statement giver in episode 68
  • Sir Frederick Treeves, author of "The Tale of a Field Hospital"
  • Gus/Al, runs the (?)
  • Joseph Merrick, the Elephant Man and friend of Sir Frederick Treeves
  • Private John(?) Amherst, man who dies in "The Tale of a Field Hospital", ran Ivy Meadows in ep. 36 and was burned alive in ep. 55
  • Jefffrey Amherst, the baronet who gave smallpox blankets to Native Americans
  • Sasha James (?), Archival Assistant

Episode 69

  • Darren Harlow, statement giver in episode 69
  • Dr. Elizabeth Bates, psychology professor at the University of Surrey
  • Annabelle Cane, subject of the ESP experiment
  • Laura, Darren's coworker(?)
  • Mark Voight, researcher

Episode 70

  • Masato Murray, statement giver in episode 70
  • Philip Doah, "friend" of Masato
  • Julian, victim in book
  • Christopher, victim in book
  • Alexander Willard, victim in book
  • John Kendrick, friend of Masato

Episodes 71-80

Episode 71

  • Karolina Górka, statement giver in episode 71
  • Andrew Barnet, Karolina's colleague
  • Leanne Hiliard, Karolina's friend
  • Mark Hiliard, Leanne's husband
  • Tamara Simpkin, Karolina's housemate
  • Nicholas Lekman, man who disappeared on "The Night Tube"

Episode 72

  • Craig Goodall, statement giver in episode 72
  • Han Yong/John Haan, owner of "Waltham Express Grill"
  • Lanying Haan, John's wife
  • Leroy Yates, Craig's friend
  • Haan Tao/Tom Haan, John's nephew and employee at Dalston Meat in ep.30

Episode 73

Episode 74

Episode 75

  • Stephen Walker, statement giver in episode 75
  • Grant Walker, Stephen's brother
  • Jim Hancock, the Walker Brother's neighbor
  • Carly, Stephen's ex-girlfriend
  • Michael Crew, the man with the lightning scar from ep. 4 and ep. 46
  • Robert Kelly, subject of statement ep. 21

Episode 76

  • Melanie King, statement giver in episode 76
  • Sarah Baldwin, being from ep. 28
  • Toni, Melanie's friend and member of "Ghost Hunt UK"
  • Pete, Melanie's friend and member of "Ghost Hunt UK"
  • Andy, Melanie's friend and member of "Ghost Hunt UK"
  • William W. Hay, occultist

Episode 77

  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Lucy Cooper, statement giver in episode 77
  • Rose Cooper, Lucy's "mother"
  • George Cooper, Lucy's father
  • Laurence, Lucy's fiance
  • Tom Harrison, The Cooper's neighbor
  • Joanne Fisher, The Cooper's neighbor
  • Neil Angus, vicar at the Church of St. Peter's
  • Adelard Dekker

Episode 78

Episode 79

Episode 80

  • Jurgen Leitner, statement giver in episode 80
  • John Ruskins, author of "The Seven Lamps of Architecture"
  • Robert Smirke, 19th century architect
  • Jacob Feng, Leitner Assistant
  • Gerard Keay, beat up Leitner, appeared in ep. 4, ep. 12 and ep. 35
  • Desmond Lorell, first told Leitner about the books
  • Thomas McMann, Leitner Assistant
  • Mary Johnson, Leitner Assistant
  • Gregory Todd, Leitner Assistant
  • Leandra Toulouse, Leitner Assistant
  • Michael, The Distortion/Avatar of the Spiral
  • Domingo, Leitner Assistant

Episodes 81-90

Episode 81

Episode 82

Episode 83

  • Chloe Ashburt, statement giver in episode 83
  • Lana Billings, line manager at Fanton's
  • Jan, Chole's coworker at Fanton's
  • Liam, Chloe's coworker at Fanton's
  • Breekon and Hope, Delivery People

Episode 84

  • Adrian Weiss, statement giver in episode 84
  • Gordan Goodman, Adrian's childhood friend
  • Margaret "Maggie" Carnegie, local hoarder
  • Davey Morgan, Adrian's elementary classmate

Episode 85

  • William Hughes Mearns, IRL poet of "Antigonish"
  • Eric Delano, former Archival Assistant

Episode 86

  • Benjamin Hatendi, statement giver in episode 86
  • Robin Patton, friend of Benjamin

Episode 87

Episode 88

  • Enrique MacMillan, statement giver in episode 88
  • Sonja, runs Artefact Storage at the Magnus Institute

Episode 89

Episode 90

Episodes 91-100

Episode 91

Episode 92

Episode 93

Episode 94

Episode 95

  • Luca Moretti, statement giver in episode 95
  • Antonio Cannavar, Luca's friend

Episode 96

Episode 97

Episode 98

Episode 99

Episode 100

  • Lynne Hammond, statement giver in episode 100
  • "John Smith", statement giver in episode 100
  • "Jeremy", "John Smith's" friend
  • Robin "Rob" Lennox, statement giver in episode 100
  • Jackie, Rob's dog
  • Brian Finlinson, statement giver in episode 100
  • "Gav", Lynne's friend
  • Peter Lukas, Avatar of the Lonely

Episodes 101-110

Episode 101

Episode 102

  • François Deschamps, statement giver in episode 102
  • Benoît Maçon, François's Colleague
  • Lucille, manager at Le Papillion Blanc
  • Martin Blackwood, Archival Assistant
  • Hannah, Librarian at the Magnus Institute

Episode 103

  • Dylan Anderson, statement giver in episode 103
  • Melinda, Dylan's Cousin
  • Toby, one of Dylan's pigs
  • Angus Dale, member of the Carley Brother's Circus
  • Mason, Dylan's Friend
  • Alice "Daisy" Tonner, Section 31 Detective 

Episode 104

  • Martin Blackwood, Archival Assistant
  • Eduardo Acosta, statement giver
  • Leanne Denikin, statement giver in ep. 24
  • Tim Stoker , statement giver in episode 104
  • Danny Stoker, Tim's Brother
  • Abigail "Abi" Ellison, Tim and Danny's Friend
  • Robert Smirke, 19th century architect
  • Joseph "Joey" Grimaldi, Victorian Clown
  • Elias Bouchard, Head of the Magnus Institute

Episode 105

  • Zhang Xiaoling, librarian at the Pu Songling Research Center
  • Second Lieutenant Charles Fleming, Statement giver in episode 105
  • William Hall, Captain of the Nemesis

Episode 106

Episode 107

  • Louis Brown, Nurse at UPMC
  • Jay Rebecks, American Police Officer
  • Howard Ewing, statement giver in episode 107
  • Kelly Dwyer, Howard's coworker
  • Vihan Prasad, Howard's coworker
  • Julia Montauk, Hunter, statement giver in ep. 9
  • Officer Mustermann, Alleged Police Officer
  • Trevor Herbert, Hunter, statement giver in ep. 10 and ep. 56

Episode 108

Episode 109

Episode 110

  • Martin Blackwood, Archival Assistant
  • Alexia Crawley, statement giver in episode 110
  • Dexter Banks, director
  • Debbie Connor, casting director
  • Neil Lagorio, practical effects creator
  • Brandon Omar, actor in Widow's Weave
  • Chadwick Frazier, actor in Widow's Weave
  • Basira Hussain, Archival Assistant
  • Melanie King, Archival Assistant

Episodes 111-120

Episode 111

  • Gerard Keay, statement giver in episode 111
  • Mary Keay, Gerard’s mother
  • Julia Montauk, statement giver in ep. 9
  • Trevor Herbert, statement giver in ep. 10 and ep. 56
  • Jan Kelly, alias of Gertrude Robinson
  • The Lukas family, rich family connected to the Lonely
  • The Fairchilds, rich family connected to the Vast
  • Von Closen, noble house from ep. 23
  • Jonah Magnus, founder of the Magnus Institute
  • Jurgen Leitner, Norwegian book collector
  • John Flamsteed, 17th century astronomer
  • Robert Smirke, 19th century architect, frequently mentioned
  • Max Mustermann, connected to medical students from ep. 34

Episode 112

  • Lisa Carmel, statement giver in episode 112
  • Lizzie Borden, famous suspected murderer from the 19th century
  • Tillie Klimek, early 20th century serial killer
  • Jamie Sanders, Murder Club member
  • Ananya Kaleka, Murder Club member
  • Evelyn, Murder Club member
  • Andrew Cochrane, Murder Club member
  • Debbie Truss, Murder Club member
  • Matis, Lisa Carmel’s flatmate
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute

Episode 113

  • Adelard Dekker, statement giver in episode 113
  • Trevor Herbert, statement giver in ep. 10 and ep. 56
  • Dr. Lionel Elliott, statement giver in ep. 34
  • Justin Gough, avatar of the End
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • Bianca, Coroner friend of Adelard Dekker
  • Gerard Keay, goth-looking man, frequently mentioned

Episode 114

  • Anya Villette, statement giver in episode 114
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • George Icarus, name on grave that got robbed
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist

Episode 115

  • Mikaele Salesa, statement giver in episode 115
  • Jurgen Leitner, Norwegian collector of paranormal books
  • Warren, old co-worker of Salesa
  • “Cook”, cook aboard Salesa’s ship
  • Leigh, Salesa’s quartermaster
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • Helen, entity from ep. 101
  • Michael, the Distortion

Episode 116

  • Abraham Janssen, statement giver in episode 116
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Wolfgang von Kempelen, creator of the Mechanical Turk
  • François-André Danican Philidor, 18th century chess master
  • Lanthorn, acquaintance of Abraham Janssen
  • Empress Maria Theresa, 18th century Habsburg empress

Episode 117

  • Jonathan Sims, statement giver in episode 117
  • Alice "Daisy" Tonner, statement giver in episode 117
  • Basira Hussain, statement giver in episode 117
  • Timothy Stoker, statement giver in episode 117
  • Melanie King, statement giver in episode 117
  • Martin Blackwood, statement giver in episode 117
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • Georgie Barker, host of the “What The Ghost?” podcast
  • George Icarus, alias of Jurgen Leitner
  • Maxwell Rayner, leader of The People's Church of the Divine Host
  • Gerard Keay, goth-looking man, frequently mentioned

Episode 118

  • Ivo Lensik, statement giver in ep. 8
  • Harold Silvana, statement giver in ep. 35
  • Dylan Anderson, statement giver in ep. 103
  • Benjamin Hatendi, statement giver in ep. 86
  • Albrecht von Closen, statement giver in ep. 23
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • Jane Prentiss, worm lady
  • Nikola Orsinov, avatar of the Stranger

Episode 119

  • Nikola Orsinov, avatar of the Stranger
  • Sarah Baldwin, being from ep. 28
  • Daniel Rawlings, previous owner of the trophy room
  • Breekon & Hope, cockney delivery men
  • Joseph Grimaldi, famous actor and comedian from the late 18th century
  • Gregor Orsinov, ringmaster of the Circus of the Other

Episode 120

  • Elias Bouchard, statement giver in episode 120
  • Henderson, chief inspector at the Metropolitan police
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra

Episodes 121-130

Episode 121

  • Oliver banks, statement giver in episode 121, used the name Antonio Blake in ep. 11
  • Dr. Thomas Pritchard, chemist and motorcyclist
  • Captain MacAvey, captain of the ship
  • Clara, senior marine biologist
  • Georgie Barker, host of the “What The Ghost?” podcast

Episode 122

  • Lorell St. John, statement giver in episode 122
  • Georgie Barker, host of the “What The Ghost?” podcast
  • Danielle, housemate of Lorell
  • Liam, housemate of Lorell
  • Norma, colleague of Lorell
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra

Episode 123

  • Angie Santos, statement giver in episode 123
  • Gregory Cox, web developer
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Carlos Vittery, statement giver in ep. 16

Episode 124

  • Julian Jennings, statement giver in episode 124
  • Otto Hessler, cable car driver
  • Simon Fairchild, old man from ep. 21 and 51
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra

Episode 125

  • Sergeant Terrence Simpson, statement giver in episode 125
  • Callum McKenzie, pub owner in Lancraig
  • Constable Carla Ross, Terrance's partner
  • Angus Stewart, resident of Lancraig

Episode 126

  • Debra Madaki, statement giver in episode 126
  • Gabriel, fellow participant in sculpting class
  • Jenny, organiser of local community centre
  • George, friend of Debra
  • Rosa, friend of Debra
  • Mary Randall, fellow participant in sculpting class
  • Bill, fellow participant in sculpting class
  • Ray Quintin, sculpting class teacher
  • Desmond, acquaintance of Debra
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Adelard Dekker, acquaintance and occasional co-worker of Gertrude Robinson

Episode 127

  • Dr. Jonathan Fanshawe, statement giver in episode 127
  • Albrecht von Closen, statement giver in ep. 23
  • Jonah Magnus, founder of the Magnus Institute
  • Carla, Albrecht's wife, deceased
  • Greta, Albrecht's housekeeper
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute

Episode 128

  • Breekon, statement giver in episode 128
  • Alfred Breekon, statement giver in ep. 96
  • Nikola Orsinov, avatar of the Stranger
  • Jack, dead sailor
  • Gregor Orsinov, ringmaster of the Circus of the Other
  • Joseph Grimaldi, famous actor and comedian from the late 18th century

Episode 129

  • Kulbir Shakya, statement giver in episode 129
  • Gertrude Robinson, former head archivist
  • Jan Kilbride, statement giver in ep. 106

Episode 130

  • Lucia Wright, statement giver in episode 130
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Tom Haan, employee at Dalston Meat in ep.30
  • Toby Carlisle, upstairs neighbour from ep. 18
  • Adelard Dekker, acquaintance and occasional co-worker of Gertrude Robinson

Episodes 131-140

Episode 131

  • Jared Hopworth, statement giver in episode 131
  • Helen, entity from ep. 101
  • Sebastian Adekoya, statement giver in ep. 17
  • Regan Hasnain, victim of the Boneturner

Episode 132

Episode 133

  • Percy Fawcett, statement giver in episode 133
  • João da Silva Guimarães, wrote an account of the lost city of Z in 1753
  • Jack Fawcett, Percy’s son
  • Raleigh Rimmell, friend of Jack's
  • John Franklin, famed polar explorer
  • Eduard von Toll, famed polar explorer who went missing when searching for Sannikov Land

Episode 134

  • Adelard Dekker, statement giver in episode 134
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Bernadette Delcour, works at the Faculté de Théologie, in the University of Lyon
  • Garland Hillier, member of the Millerite movement during the early 1840s.
  • William Miller, leader of the Millerite movement
  • Monsieur Pinard, acquaintance of Bernadette Delcour

Episode 135

  • Manuela Dominguez, statement giver in episode 135
  • Maxwell Rayner, leader of the Cult of the Lightless Flame
  • The Lukas Family, rich family that co-funded the Daedalus
  • The Fairchilds, rich family that co-funded the Daedalus
  • Jan Kilbride, statement giver in ep. 106
  • Carter Chilcott, statement giver in ep. 57
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Vardhan Darvish, manager at DKN from ep. 109

Episode 136

  • Alison Killala, statement giver in episode 136
  • Neil Lagorio, famous special effects artist
  • Gabe, Neil’s ex-partner
  • John Carpenter, an American filmmaker
  • Annabelle Cane, subject of ESP experiment in ep. 69

Episode 137

  • Wallis Turner, statement giver in episode 137
  • Leonard Holden, fellow POW
  • Milton, fellow POW
  • Adelard Dekker, acquaintance and occasional co-worker of Gertrude Robinson
  • Gerard Keay, goth-looking man, frequently mentioned
  • Eric Delano, former Archival Assistant
  • Elias Bouchard, current head of the Magnus Insitiute
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Mary Keay, owner of Pinhole Books and statement giver in ep. 62

Episode 138

  • Robert Smirke, statement giver in episode 138
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Elias Bouchard, current head of the Magnus Insitiute
  • Jonah Magnus, founder of the Magnus Institute
  • Mr. Rayner, possibly Maxwell
  • Mordechai Lukas, acquaintance of Jonah Magnus and Robert Smirke
  • George Gilbert Scott, prolific architect in the 19th century
  • Alexander Cunningham, archaeologist
  • Laura Smirke, Robert’s wife

Episode 139

  • Eugene Vanderstock, statement giver in episode 139
  • Agnes Montague, woman Jack Barnabas shortly dated and mysterious child from ep. 8 and ep. 59
  • Arthur Nolan, Jane Prentiss’ landlord
  • Glenn Dunlop, Eugene's childhood friend
  • Diego Molina, arsonist, Burn victim in ep. 12
  • Eileen Montague, Agnes' mother
  • Raymond Fielding, owner of the house on Hill Top Road
  • Jude Perry, statement giver in ep. 89
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute
  • Jack Barnabas, statement giver in ep. 67
  • Helen, entity from ep. 101
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra

Episode 140

  • John Flamsteed, statement giver in episode 140
  • Maxwell Rayner, leader of The People’s Church of the Divine Host
  • Edmund Halley, astronomer, called Reimer by Flamsteed
  • Abraham Sharp, receives letter from Flamsteed
  • Isaac Newton, famous scientist
  • Nicolaus Reimer, 16th century astronomer, supposedly plagiarised Tycho Brahe’s work
  • Tycho Brahe, 16th century astronomer
  • Miss Peterson, Basira's year eight PE teacher
  • Elias Bouchard, head of the Magnus Institute

Episodes 141-150

Episode 141

  • Floyd Matharu, statement giver in episode 141, worked with Salesa
  • Mikaele Salesa, dealer of strange antiques/objects from ep. 38 and ep. 45
  • Gaultier, captain of the Dorian
  • Jésus, former crew on the Dorian, deceased
  • Gantulga, crew on the Dorian, deceased
  • Dantez, crew on the Dorian
  • Christoph, crew on the Dorian, deceased
  • Adreas, crew on the Dorian, deceased
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist

Episode 142

  • Jess Tyrell, statement giver in episode 142
  • Abby, one of the work crew at one of her old jobs
  • Grant or Gareth or Gary or Gavin, Jess' date
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra

Episode 143

  • Manuela Dominguez, statement giver in episode 143
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Maxwell Rayner, leader of The People’s Church of the Divine Host
  • Natalie Ennis, Katherine Harper’s roommate in ep. 25
  • Linette, Julia Montauk’s mother
  • Robert Montauk, serial killer from ep. 9
  • Vardhan Darvish, manager at DKN from ep. 109
  • Helen, entity from ep. 101

Episode 144

  • Gary Boylan, statement giver in episode 144
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Mrs. Whitshore, Gary Boylan’s neighbour
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist

Episode 145

  • Arthur Nolan, statement giver in episode 145
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Agnes Montague, mysterious child who stayed at Hill Top Road
  • Eugene Vanderstock, statement giver in ep. 139
  • Fielding, previous owner of Hill Top Road
  • Diego Molina, arsonist, burn victim in ep. 12
  • Roger, cult member
  • Jude Perry, statement giver in ep. 89
  • Jack Barnabas, statement giver in ep. 67
  • Georgie Barker, host of the “What The Ghost?” podcast

Episode 146

  • Marcus McKenzie, statement giver in episode 146
  • Luke, friend of Marcus McKenzie
  • Sandra, friend of Marcus McKenzie
  • Helen, entity from ep. 101
  • Floyd Matharu, statement giver in ep. 141
  • Jess Tyrell, statement giver in ep. 142
  • Annabelle Cane, subject of ESP experiment in ep. 69

Episode 147

  • Annabelle Cane, statement giver in episode 147
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Lizzie Cane, Annabelle’s sister

Episode 148

  • Sunil Maraj, statement giver in episode 148
  • Samson Stiller, co-corker of Sunil Maraj
  • Dave, another co-worker
  • Elias Bouchard, current head of the Magnus Insitiute
  • Annabelle Cane, subject of ESP experiment in ep. 69

Episode 149

  • Judith O’Neill, statement giver in episode 149
  • Fernanda Mikado, co-worker of Judith O’Neill
  • Dr. Nikos Anastos, climate scientist
  • Adelard Dekker, acquaintance and occasional co-worker of Gertrude Robinson
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Georgie Barker, host of the podcast "What the Ghost?"

Episode 150

  • Herman Gorgoli, statement giver in episode 150
  • Alberto, his ex-boyfriend
  • Yotunde Uthman, dead woman

Episodes 151-160

Episode 151

  • Simon Fairchild, statement giver in episode 151
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Harley, old acquaintance of Simon
  • Tintoretto, 16th century painter

Episode 152

  • Hezekiah Wakely, statement giver in episode 152
  • Nathaniel Beale, friend of Hezekiah Wakely
  • Nellie Cooper, child who was almost buried alive
  • Dr. Grant, local doctor
  • Jacob, local baker
  • Manuela Dominguez, crewmember of the Daedalus from ep. 57
  • Jane Prentiss, worm lady
  • Helen, entity from ep. 101

Episode 153

  • Barbara Mullen-Jones, statement giver in episode 153
  • Joyce, meditation course leader
  • Arnold, chef at the compound of The Divine Chains
  • Claude Vilakazi, leader of The Divine Chains
  • Agape, stray dog
  • Mary, cult member
  • Trevor Herbert, statement giver in ep. 10 and 56
  • Julia Montauk, statement giver in ep. 9
  • Gerard Keay, goth-looking man, frequently mentioned

Episode 154

  • Eric Delano, statement giver in episode 154
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Mary Keay, statement giver in ep. 62
  • Gerard Keay, goth-looking man, frequently mentioned
  • James Wright, previous head of the Magnus Institute
  • Elias Bouchard, current head of the Magnus Institute
  • Michael Shelley, assistant to Gertrude Robinson
  • Emma, assistant to Gertrude Robinson
  • Adelard Dekker, acquaintance and occasional co-worker of Gertrude Robinson

Episode 155

  • Tova McHugh, statement giver in episode 155
  • Annabelle Cane, subject of ESP experiment in ep. 69
  • Daven, Tova McHugh’s husband

Episode 156

  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Adelard Dekker, acquaintance and occasional co-worker of Gertrude Robinson
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
Episode 157
  • Adelard Dekker, statement giver in episode 157
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Annabelle Cane, subject of ESP experiment in ep. 69
  • Christabel, employee at the ECDC
  • John Amherst, director Ivy Meadows in ep. 36, mentioned in ep. 55
  • Mr Becker, resident of Klanxbüll, Germany
  • Georgie Barker, host of the “What The Ghost?” podcast
  • Helen, statement giver in ep. 47
Episode 158
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Jurgen leitner, collector of paranormal books
  • Sasha James (?), Archival assistant
  • Robert Smirke, 19th century architect, frequently mentioned
  • Jonah Magnus, founder of the Magnus Institute
  • Annabelle Cane, subject of ESP experiment in ep. 69
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Maxwell Rayner, connected to the People’s Church of the Divine Host, frequently mentioned
  • Trevor Herbert, statement giver in ep. 56 and 10
  • Julia Montauk, statement giver in ep. 9
Episode 159
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
  • Aaron Lukas, Peter’s brother
  • Judith Lukas, Peter’s sister
  • James Wright, previous head of the Magnus Institute
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Simon Fairchild, old man first mentioned in ep. 21
  • Mikaele Salesa, dealer of strange antiques and objects
  • Maxwell Rayner, connected to the People’s Church of the Divine Host, frequently mentioned
  • Adelard Dekker, has been known to work with Gertrude Robinson
Episode 160
  • Hazel Rutter, statement giver in episode 160
  • Jonah Magnus, founder of the Magnus Institute
  • Robert Smirke, 19th century architect, frequently mentioned
  • George Gilbert Scott, mentioned in ep. 50
  • Maxwell Rayner, connected to the People’s Church of the Divine Host, frequently mentioned
  • Gertrude Robinson, former Head Archivist
  • Jane Prentiss, worm lady first mentioned in ep. 6
  • Sasha James (?), archival assistant
  • Jurgen Leitner, collector of paranormal books
  • Michael Crew, man with Lichtenberg scar first mentioned in ep. 4
  • Jared Hopworth, the Boneturner, first mentioned in ep. 17
  • Peter Lukas, captain of the Tundra
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