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Chris
References:
38

Chris
A man with a hatred for Dr. Frederick Willheim. Chris showed up at Willheim's laboratory, apparently to kill him for some reason. He killed the guard outside and broke in. Once inside, he learned of Willheim's work on Cy-Gor before discovering that Willheim was already dead and Cy-Gor was loose. Chris became Cy-Gor's first meal in 3 weeks.
Chris Albrecht
References:
23

Chris Albrecht
A neighbor of Terry Fitzgerald and Wanda Blake who witnessed the battle between mafia and FBI men on the Fitzgeralds' front lawn. Though he knew Terry was innocent, he refused to clear his name because Jason Wynn's men threatened to reveal his tax evasion.

Chris Pronger Chris Pronger
(see Orca)
Chris Scarelli
References:
272

Chris Scarelli
The son of Commander Scarelli, the man who had Terry Fitzgerald incarcerated. After Spawn discovered Scarelli's identity, he paid the Scarellis a visit at home. Spawn threatened the lives of Chris and his brother Billy, while Cyan created an invisibility cloak around them as they slept - to make it appear that they had been abducted.

Christ Christ
(see Mother)
References:
C23

Christina Rocca
Mother of Nicholas Rocca, the man who would become Overtkill. Christina had a brief affair with Nicholas's father in Italy but never told him about Nicholas. Eventually, Christina contacted Eylan Hessman, Nicholas's half brother and told him of their existence.

Christopher Welland Christopher Welland
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Chulai
References:
CF14, CF15, CF17, CF18, CF19

Chulai
Runs the Black Salamander Clan drug trafficking organization and perpetuates the legend of Black Salamander vampires.
Claudette
References:
8

Claudette
A woman who died during gall bladder surgery. In Hell, she travelled with Billy Kincaid briefly before being taken by a Soul-Trapper.
Claudio
References:
192, 193

Claudio
A vampire wanted for recruitment by the Violator. Claudio tried to hide from the Violator, and for a time, succeeded. The Violator's henchman, Morgan was sent to track Claudio down but failed when he was accosted by some of Claudio's vampires.

The Violator took matters into his own hands and found Claudio hiding in jail. After having himself arrested, the Violator explained that with Claudio's boss on his side, the Violator would create an "unholy trinity" to fight the forces of Heaven and Hell independently. The two then left their jail cell together leaving a taunting note for Sam Burke behind.
Clementine's Used Books
References:
S&T10, S&T11

Clementine’s Used Books
A meeting place for a coven of Wiccans, including Nadja whose lover is murdered in a series of witch killings. Clementine's is also the site of one of the murders.
Clint
References:
14, 15

Clint
One of 3 children who are bribed into listening to Violator tell his tale of fighting Medieval Spawn 800 years ago.
Clock of Redemption
References:
C29

Clock of Redemption
A means by which to measure the future of souls inhabiting Purgatory. When the clock strikes midnight, a soul's chance for salvation is over.

Clown Clown
(see Violator)
References:
222, 233

Cody
A bodyguard working for The Agent. Cody accompanied The Agent to Santa Fe where he was apparently killed by Spawn.

Cog Cog
(see Cain)

Cogliostro Cogliostro
(see Cain)
Cole the Blacksmith
References:
DA10

Cole the Blacksmith
A tradesman in the Shire of Rackham that was killed, along with all the other able bodied men of his village, in an evil massacre.
Colonel K
References:
252

Colombian Grandmother*

After his rebirth on Earth as Spawn once again, Al Simmons was having nightmares about those he had murdered in life. His escort from Heaven, Mike, led him to a psychic to help him discover the truth about the dreams.

The psychic, as it turned out, was a manifestation of a Colombian Grandmother whose grandson was murdered by Al. As a result of her grandson's death, the Grandmother committed suicide and her soul became bound to Al's Symbiote along with the souls of the other innocents that Al had killed.

Colonel K
References:
103

Colonel K
A Nazi Colonel in charge of a concentration camp. Col. K left the daily management to his subordinate SS Officer and treated the camp as his country home. He invited his grandchildren to come and join him and had the prisoners build a playground for them.

His callousness did not allow him to realize the SS Officer running the camp was in love with the Romany Girl that he sent away, and was certain to be surprised to discover that the officer ended up killing himself over the situation.
Commander Cooper
References:
36

Commander Cooper
A US army chopper pilot who fired on CIA headquarters at Wynn's order, trying to eliminate Spawn.
References:
226

Commander Haggerty

A fellow CIA agent who accompanied Special Agent Jason Wynn (23 years ago) into a meeting with agents of Heaven to discuss their ongoing relationship with the United States.

Together they discussed ongoing global strategies in regards to Heaven's Dead Zones, as well as Wynn's experimental program of creating a human/angel hybrid.

Later, when Wynn was offered a deal from the opposing side, Hell, Haggerty tried to talk him out of it. Seizing the opportunity, Wynn murdered Haggerty and accepted the deal.

Commander Hull
References:
63, 64

Commander Hull

Commander in charge of personal security for Jason Wynn. It was Hull who led the operation to protect Wynn from Spawn's announced direct attack on Wynn's office.

When Spawn arrived, he was able to divide the security forces by entering the building and locking down its security defenses with Hull and most of his forces still outside.


Commander Monica Straight Commander Monica Straight
(see Captain Monica Straight)
Commander Scarelli
References:
270, 272

Commander Scarelli
A government agent that was in charge of the investigation into Terry Fitzgerald, and who had Terry incarcerated due to his lack of cooperation. After Spawn discovered Scarelli's identity, he paid the commander a visit at his home, where he threatened the lives of Scarelli's two sons. Under duress, Scarelli had Fitzgerald released immediately.
References:
23

Connie
A woman (possibly a neighbor) who calls Wanda to tell her of the FBI murders on her front lawn and the warrant for Terry's arrest.
   
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