Heros and Villains


Adam Bell, Adam “The Leper”Agnes WaterhouseAlan-a-Dale, Allan Quartermain, Alexander Selkirk, Amelia Dyer, Andre-Louis Moreau, Angelica, Anne Bonny, Anne Dieu-le-Veut (“Anne God-Wants”), René d’Aramis de Vannes “Aramis”, Jack Dawkins “The Artful Dodger”, Arthur a Bland, Astolfo, Athos , Atlantes , Louis Jeremiah Abershawe “The Laughing Highwayman”, Peter Alston


Balian of Ibelin, Bartholomew Roberts, Elizabeth Báthory, Beauty and the Beast, Ben Gunn, Jeremy Bentham, Bevis of Hampton, Billy Bones, The Bishop of Hereford, Edward Teach “Blackbeard”, Philibert François Rouxel de Blanchelande, Blind Pew, Conomor Domnonée “Bluebeard”, Bradamante, Brunello, Burke and Hare, Rodrigo Borgia (Pope Alexander VI), Cesare Borgia, Lucrezia Borgia (Lady of Pesaro and Gradara Duchess of Bisceglie and Princess of Salerno), Bjorn Petursson, William Buckley (convict)

Portrait of convict William Buckley, oil on canvas, 88.7 x 68.4 cm,

An English convict who was transported to Australia, escaped, was given up for dead, and has lived in an Aboriginal community for many years.


Calico Jack Rackham, Captain Blood, Captain Charles Vane, Captain Flint, Captain Edward “Ned” Low, Captain George Lowther, Captain Nemo, Captain Alexander Smollett, Cardinal Richelieu, Charlemagne, Louis Dominique Bourguignon “Cartouche”, Charles de Batz-Castelmore d’Artagnan, Cinderella, Claude Duval, Comte de Rochefort, Ichabod Crane, Cosette (“the Lark”), Catalina De Los Rios Y Lisperguer “La Quintrala”


Damaris Page , David of Doncaster, Detective Frederick Abberline, Dorian Gray, Doctor John Dolittle, Doctor Johann Georg Faust, Doctor Victor Frankenstein, Doctor Fu Manchu, Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Doctor Livesey, Dutty Boukman “Book Man”


Eadric the Wild, Ebenezer Scrooge, Esmeralda, Eustace Folville,

Eustace The Monk

Eustace's death at the 1217 Battle of Sandwich (13th century illustration by Matthew Paris)
Eustace’s death at the 1217 Battle of Sandwich (13th century illustration by Matthew Paris)

Eustace the Monk, born Eustace Busket was a mercenary and pirate, in the tradition of medieval outlaws. The birthplace of Eustace was not far from Boulogne.

Elizabeth “Old Mother” Cresswell, Claude Frollo, Enjolras“The Chief”, Éponine Thénardier(the Jondrette girl), Emperor Jingtai of Ming,


Joannes Frollo “jolly”, Mary Frith “Moll Cutpurse”, Francis Drake, Sir Francis Walsingham “The Spymaster”, François l’Ollonais, Francesca da Rimini, Friar Tuck, Fantine (Ghost), Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor (The Peaceful)


Judge George Jeffreys “The Hanging Judge”, Gilbert Whitehand, Lady Godiva, Guy of Gisbourne, Laurens de Graaf

Laurens Cornelis Boudewijn de Graaf Dutch pirate, mercenary, and naval officer in the service of the French colony of Saint-Domingue.

He was also known as “Scourge of the West”. Henry Morgan, has characterized him as “a great and mischievous pirate”. De Graaf is tall, blond, mustached and handsome.

, François Grimaldi (“the Cunning”), Doctor Hawley Griffin “The Invisible Man”, Pierre Gringoire, Gavroche Thénardier, Gilles Garnier (The Hermit of Bonnot, The Werewolf of Dôle), Christman Genipperteinga, Count of St. Germain (Android), Girolama Spera, Giulia Tofana


Hansel and Gretel (Hag Hunters), Henry Every, Henry Strangways , Hereward the Wake, King Herla, Hernan Cortes, Hiawatha, Benjamin Hornigold, Huckleberry Finn, Harpe brothers


Igor the “Heretic”, Ikey “The Fagin” Solomon , Ileana Cosânzeana, Israel Hands, Ivan IV Vasilyevich “Ivan the Terrible”, Isabella of Portugal, Duchess of Burgundy ,


Jack the Ripper, Jacob Marley, Jenny Diver, John Carter ,

John Domingo

,  Jonathan Wild “The Thief Taker General”, Joseph Montferrand, Jean Laffite, John, King of England, Long John Silver, Lady Katherine Ferrers “The Wicked Lady”, Daniel Johnson (pirate) “Johnson the Terror” Jean Valjean, Philip Javert, Jasper Hanebuth


Lawrence Talbot “The Wolf Man”, Leonora Dori, Little John, Lorenzo de’ Medici “the Magnificent”, Lancelot Blackburne (Archbishop of York), Louis IX, Duke of Bavaria (The Rich), Martin Luther,


Maid Marian, Marfisa, Mark Jeffrey (“Big Mark”)

English convict sent to Australia. Described as “A terror to those in authority. He always fights against injustice…”.

As a child with nowhere to live and no money he took to burglary but was caught and convicted to fifteen years transportation to a penal colony. Jeffery was in many disputes over his rights to food and rations while awaiting transportation being severely punished after his lack of rations resulted in his violent attacks.

After a long and stormy voyage, Jeffery worked torturously on Norfolk Island before being sent to Separate Prison in Port Arthur for six months over more controversy over provisions.

Eventually he was freed but shortly after he was involved in fight in a pub and convicted of manslaughter sentencing him back into the prison in Port Arthur for Life. Since Jeffery has spent extensive periods at a time in solitary imprisonment wearing leg-irons. Jeffery saw this as an injustice so he wrecked and smashed his prison cell and attempted to murder a guard.

The authorities were exhausted by his violent outbursts and sent him to the Isle of the Dead as a grave digger. While living on the Isle of the Dead Mark encountered a devil who appeared and spoke to him. Jeffery was so disturbed by the experience that he immediately requested to be removed from the island.

Jeffery was then sent to Hobart where he continually fell victim to injustice and found himself several

more convictions of assault. , Marie de Médicis, Mary Frances Jeffries, Mary Poppins, Mary Read, Matthew Hopkins, Milady de Winter, Daniel Montbars “Montbars the Exterminator”, Charles François d’Angennes, Marquis de Maintenon, Henry Morgan, Ursula Southill “Mother Shipton” ,Much the Miller’s Son, Muma Padurii,

Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Marlowe is a noted poet and playwright. The epitome of the maxim: “Live fast, die young, and leave a good-looking body of work.”

His father was a shoemaker in the city of Canterbury. He attended the King’s School in Canterbury and graduated from Cambridge. The University hesitated in awarding him his Master’s Degree due to suspicions of Catholic leanings and his frequent absences from class; but the Privy Council, close advisers to the throne, intervened, citing his “faithful dealings” and “good service” to the Queen.

Marlowe served the Queen as a spy, infiltrating seditious religous groups and embarking on espionage missions to Holland. In addition to his work on Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Marlowe is a brawler, a heretic and a homosexual, and on various occasions had been accused of counterfeiting, dueling, atheism and dabbling in the occult. What is known is that in the next seven years he wrote a string of some of the greatest plays in the theater; possibly in English literature. Among his plays were Tamburlaine, The Jew of Malta, and perhaps most famously, The Tragic History of Doctor Faustus. After the Privy Council issued an order for Marlowe’s arrest on a charge of heresy on the strength of a document found in his house and purportedly written by him. As the Queen was the official head of the Church of England, heresy was for practical purposes also considered an act of treason. He appeared before the Council and was instructed to “give daily attendance to their Lordships.” On May 30, he was visiting with friends in the town of Deptford, when a brawl broke out over the bill and he was stabbed to death. It has been speculated that he was assassinated by political enemies. However Marlowe faked his death and continued writing for several more years under the name of William Shakespeare. Ingram Frizier, the friend who stabbed Marlowe to death over a bar tab, was given a Pardon by the Queen. Frizier, as well as the two witnesses to Marlowe’s death, Robert Poley and Nicholas Skeres, all have connections to Sir Francis Walsingham the royal spymaster.


Ned Kelly, Niklaus Stuller, Peter Niers, Gertrude Of Nivelles


Niccolò Paganini (The Devil’s Violinist), Paul Bunyan




Paul Bunyan is a giant lumberjack he is customarily accompanied by Babe the Blue Ox. , Paracelsus, Alexander Pearce, Captain Phoebus de Chateaupers, Pied Piper of Hamelin, Pocahontas, Porthos, Prester John, Professor James Moriarty, Marius Pontmercy, Bartolomeu Portugues, Philip the Good, Peter Stumpp the “Werewolf of Bedburg




Raymond III of Tripoli, Red Legs Greaves Little Red Riding Hood (Werewolf Hunter), Richard at the Lee, Squire Richard Cabell (“Dirty Dick”), Richard III of England, Robert the Devil, Gerrit Gerritszoon “Roche Braziliano”, Robin Hood, Roland/Orlando, Rosa Coote, Rostam, Ruggiero, Gilles de Rais


Samuel Bellamy“Black Sam”, Sarah Rachel Russell “Madame Rachel”, Sawney Bean, Scheherazade, Shamhat “The Magnificent One”, William de Wendenal, High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire (Epic Toll Warden of Mammon), Sherlock Holmes, Sibyl Hellespontine, Sibyl Phrygian, Sibylla of Jerusalem, Siduri, Siegfried, Sigi, Sigmund, Sigurd Stefánsson, Silenus, Sinbad the Sailor, Sinfjotli, Sinon, Siris, Sleeping Beauty, Squire Richard Cabell (“Dirty Dick”),Stede Bonnet, Stoneribs, Svafrlami,

Michael “burning water” Scott (The wizard of the North)


Tarzan, Timothy “Tiny Tim”Cratchit,

Monsieur Thénardier and Madame Thénardier (the Jondrettes)

Tomás de Torquemada, Clopin Trouillefou, King of the Court of Miracles, Richard “Dick” Turpin, Captain Daniel Tucker (Governor of Bermuda) , Tweedledum and Tweedledee,


The Werewolves of Poligny, (Pierre Burgot, Michel Verdun, And Philibert Montot) These werewolves were in reality feral serial killers who preyed upon rural peasants and city dwellers alike. In the 16th century, a French peasant named Pierre Burgot came under the Satanic thrall of several black-clad figures, including a man named Michel Verdun. According to Burgot’s testimony, Verdun gave him an ointment that transformed him from a man into a wolf. Along with a third man named Philibert Montot, Burgot and Verdun became known as the Werewolves of Poligny, and they were collectively responsible for the murders of several children. After a bloody Verdun was caught and tortured, he confessed to the crimes and implicated Burgot and Montot. In turn, Burgot claimed under torture that Montot and Verdun had forced him to renounce God in order to become a vile werewolf killer.


Ulugh Beg Sultaniyeh, Timurid Empire, Persia, ReligionIslam Occupationastronomer, mathematician and sultan Ulugh Beg is a young astronomer, mathematician and Timurid prince. His commonly known name is not truly a personal name, but rather a moniker, which can be loosely translated as “Great Ruler” or “Patriarch Ruler”. His real name was Mirza Mohammad Taraghay bin Shahrukh. Ulugh Beg was also notable for his work in astronomy-related mathematics, such as trigonometry and spherical geometry. He built the great Ulugh Beg Observatory in Samarkand. It was considered by scholars to have been one of the finest observatories in the Islamic world at the time and the largest in Central Asia. He built the Ulugh Beg Madrasah in Samarkand and Bukhara, transforming the cities into cultural centers of learning in Central Asia. He was also a mathematician albeit his mental aptitude is perseverance rather than any unusual endowment of intellect.


Wilfred of Ivanhoe, William Jackson, William Kidd, William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke, William Tell, Will Scarlet, William Plunkett, Dr. John H. Watson, Woodes Rogers


Abraham Van Helsing,


Zu Shenatir The crimes of Zu Shenatir occur in Aden, Yemen, Shenatir’s city, has long been linked with the biblical story of Cain and Abel. Unlike Cain, the world’s first murderer, Shenatir killed purely for pleasure. Exactly how many people he killed has never been recorded, but records state that he was a wealthy pedophile who sodomized his victims and then killed them by throwing them out the window. Shenatir is often incorrectly labeled as the first serial killer ever recorded. While that’s not true, he’s certainly one of history’s first lust killers. A voracious appetite for sex seems to have been Shenatir’s driving motive, which makes his ultimate demise all the more fitting. According to certain sources, one of his intended victims, a young man named Zerash, stabbed Shenatir through his anus, thus giving the monster a taste of his own sick medicine.

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