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Mr. Maitlin
References:
269, 270, 272

Mr. Maitlin

A businessman who met with a man calling himself Shade, to discuss the buyout of a company. But when Shade makes adjustments to the deal that involve money laundering and involving the Ramus Corporation, Maitlin gets spooked and walks away.

Later, he came home to discover his son dead - gassed by the Soul Crusher.

Mr. Murray
References:
188, 190

Mr. Murray
Mr. Murray was living in St. Anthony's hospital on an oxygen ventilator. He had acute emphysema due to smoking from a young age and he nearly died when St. Anthony's was destroyed by a series of explosions. Luckily for him, he was transferred out of the destruction to another hospital in the same ambulance as Jim Downing.

Miraculously, something about being near Jim cured Mr. Murray's disease entirely, and after a few days he walked out with the lungs of an Olympian. Later, he recounted his recovery to reporter Marc Rosen.
References:
Shadows

Mr. Rees
The former landlord of a cursed apartment complex under which a fallen angel dwells.
Mr. Salicrup
References:
43

Mr. Salicrup
Editor of the Daily Tribune paper. Salicrup went out on a limb and ran the story of Police Chief Banks' involvement with the death of Amanda Jennings. Before he ran it, however, he made a few phone calls verifying details - this alerted Jason Wynn to what was happening and allowed him time to cover his tracks.
Mr. Sanders
References:
243

Mr. Sanders
A contributor to The John Doe Outreach Foundation and a business associate of Mr. Ramus. Jim Downing thanked him personally for his contributions of medical devices and machiner during a business meeting.
Mr. Stewart
References:
21

Mr. Stewart
A thug hired by Antonio Twistelli to lay a trap for Spawn. He was sent into the alleys to lure Spawn into revealing himself, so that once Overtkill was repaired from his first encounter with Spawn, Twistelli could send him back out to finish the job.
Mr. Sutter
References:
Shadows

Mr. Sutter
A child molester and former teacher. Currently residing in a cursed apartment complex under which a fallen angel dwells.
Mr. Taylor
References:
43

Mr. Taylor
A news reporter with the Daily Tribune. Taylor has a work relationship with Sam and Twitch, which they used when they wanted to expose Chief Banks to the press. They gave Taylor files proving Banks' involvement with the death of Amanda Jennings.
References:
229

Mr. Thompson
A man employed by Ramus. Upon a visit to Ramus's offices, Thompson filled Jim and Marc in on the status of the foundation and about all the attention it had been getting since it was announced.
Mr. X
References:
S&T20

Mr. X*
A man seen on a videotape that was sent to Sam Burke. On the tape, he was forced to watch the rape of his wife before being murdered by the John Doe killer.
Mrs. Beeston
References:
S&T23

Mrs. Beeston
The wife of Tom Beeston, a clerk at a sporting goods store who disappeared after implicating a police officer in the investigation of the John Doe killer.
Mrs. Bloomingdale
References:
172

Mrs. Bloomingdale
A childhood neighbor of Al Simmons' family. When Mammon first came to the Simmons' house in the guise of Malefick, he encouraged young Al to conduct a vivisection on Mrs. Bloomingdale's poor cat Puddles.
Mrs. Byrd
References:
67, 68

Mrs. Byrd

A lonely old woman who sought the attention of Sam and Twitch. While working as private detectives, she hired them to look into her "abduction by aliens." She fed them an elaborate story about visitors from space, which Sam and Twitch were obliged to humor her as she was one of their only paying customers at the time.

Not long after she first visited them, she shot her husband in the face while watching the X-Files. She apparently had come to believe the show was real. Though by all appearances she was insane, just to be safe Twitch decided to investigate further and rule out an insurance-payoff scheme.

References:
239

Mrs. Chen
The wife of Benny Chen, an elderly gentleman who was healed by Jim Downing. Despite having not felt better in years, there was a strange aura around Mr. Chen which apparently could only be seen by Daniel Kilgore: A priest investigating Downing's patients.
Mrs. Kulbiczi
References:
37

Mrs. Kulbiczi

Wife of the man now known as the Freak. Her husband had a habit of disappearing from time to time, and when she told him she didn't want to have kids, it made things worse.

Eventually she left him and his grip on reality faded. He was committed to a mental facility and Mrs. Kulbiczi tried to move on with her life. Her husband escaped from time to time and she was called in to help find him, but her willingness to help dwindled as time went on.

References:
150, 151, 152

Mrs. Welland *

Christopher Welland's mother. One day when Christopher left home to go to his grandmother's house, he promised his mom he would be home by 6. Along the way, he decided to climb the old water tower and fell in.

Later, his mother found him struggling to stay afloat and dove in after him. She tried to keep him above the water until help came, but must have blacked out because young Christopher drowned.

Upon his death, the Greenlady appeared to his mother and asked that she relinquish Christopher to her. She said that she had need of him, but would one day send him back to him. Christopher's mother agreed and waited anxiously in the afterlife for Christopher to return.

Just when all hope seemed lost, Christopher did finally return to her to tell her he was ok and tell her he loved her.

Mrs. White
References:
39

Mrs. White
A wicked and rich old woman who employed a single mother named Phyllis to clean her home.
Mrs. Winston
References:
188

Mrs. Winston
Widow of Bill Winston, the lawyer who committed suicide after learning of Patient 47 coming out of his coma. Mrs. Winston spoke with the FBI about her husband when they were investigating his death, but required that her lawyer be present.
Mrs. Witherspoon
References:
91

Mrs. Witherspoon
Mrs. Witherspoon took her son Ronnie to a night out at the theatre. While waiting for his mother to procure their tickets, Ronnie was possessed by a demon who used little Ronnie's body to contact Spawn. The demon threatened Spawn and warned that Hell was watching his actions. When the threats were finished, the demon released Ronnie to his mother.
Mrs. X
References:
S&T20

Mrs. X*
A woman seen on a videotape that was sent to Sam Burke. On the tape, she was raped in front of her husband before he was murdered by the John Doe killer.
Ms. Evans
References:
188

Ms. Evans
A patient in the same overflow room as Jim Downing after the explosions at St. Anthony's. Ms. Evans saw Jim manifest his powers briefly at night and alerted the nurses, but they thought she was just talking about the strange number of cockroaches that had appeared.
Mumblers
References:
Salvation

Mumblers
"Before the flood, before the garden, before the war in Heaven, they did sleep deep within the cesspool womb of the darkest place."

Mumblers are uncontrollable creatures summoned by the Anti-Pope to crush humanity during the future-Apocalypse.
Murph
References:
CY1

Murph
A USSG agent killed by Cy-Gor as they were transporting him back to captivity.
Murphy
References:
79

Murphy
A detective with the NYPD. Murphy and Detective Silbert interrogated Bobby while investigating the "Exterminator" killings. They found Bobby at the scene of the first murder - that of Bobby's acquaintance Whistler.

Mykoto Mykoto
An alias used by Mammon in Japan.
   
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