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WHAT THE FUCK IS HAPPENING!? WHAT DID YOU JUST DO!?
Warning!! Spoilers ahead!!
This page contains major plot spoilers! If you have not seen up to
Episode 10 of Mice & Murder, proceed at your own risk.


Names are hard. Here are some pictures and quick explanations to jog your memory. BEWARE OF SPOILERS!

For a running list of in-universe suspects, see List of Mice & Murder Suspects. For a compilation of fan theories and clues, see this Miro board (view only).

PC Families[]

Rusty and Tuna Dumpster

Racoons - Alive (father); Unknown (mother)

Boarwell Boyd

Common English Boar - Deceased

Daisy's parents, of the South Carolina Dumpsters. Named her after the cocktail drink, Brandy Daisy, now her favorite. Her father constantly collapses and looks dead as a doornail, but is really still alive. He also always told Daisy to never try to understand the mind of a bunny. Buckster's late father. Gave him a gold pocket watch inscribed with the words "Time is money. Here's both." Originally from England and grew up with William Thornwall Brockhollow. Sailed across the sea and got had by common criminals and fleeced to within an inch of his life.

Loam Hall[]

Brockhollow Family[]

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William Thornwall Brockhollow

Badger - Deceased

Jeremy Brockhollow

Badger - Alive

Lucretia Brockhollow

Badger - Alive

Squire of Tufting Meadows. Hosting a party at his manor, Loam Hall, for his 60th birthday. Hired Sylvester to solve the mysterious death of Connor McCabbage, but got no results. Sylvester returns his fees out of spite. Donates £150,000+ to Our Lady of Prayerful Paws, but doesn't want to read the thank you note from the Cardinal. Intimidated by Sylvester when confronted about the refund; insulted by Vicar Ian when he suggests his motives for donating were not altruistic; infuriated by Buckster's threat of blackmail. Argues with his daughter, Constance Brockhollow before heading downstairs to the Study with Mrs. Molesly and Mr. Harding. The lights go out when lightning strikes, and he is found dead on the floor, having supposedly stabbed himself with a pronghorn antler knife. Son of Squire Badger, married to Osmond Sheffield. The new Lord of Loam Hall. Greets guests as they arrive at the party. A jolly and boisterous "spending daddy's money" attitude and personality. Buckster overhears a whispered conversation with his sister, Constance, about the absence of Catherine McCabbage at the party, informing her that Catherine declined their invitation. Grew up hearing stories about Boarwell Boyd and immediately takes a shining to Buckster and his taste for strong liquor. Does not remember his father having a war wound. Unsure whether or not his father is actually dead. Squire Badger's spinster sister. Very dramatic and "eccentric", and complains about old gossip. Superstitious and thinks Lord Ignatius Cottonbottom opening a sarcophagus released a curse. Bonds with Lars over astrology and ghosts. Holds a séance for Lars and Daisy and makes extremely general and vague "predictions". Daisy attempts to convince her use her "powers" to con others for profit. Is convinced her brother was possessed and/or killed by a poltergeist. Accuses Vicar Ian since he was alone during the murder as she searched for her missing ceremonial knife. Protects the Sylvan Sleuths in the Séance Room to discuss clues after they convince her they are communing with 75 different ghosts. Appears to be murdered by Sylvester Cross in the Main Hall, but the body was a decoy placed in an effort to fake the deaths of the Brockhollow family. Lucretia was aware of this plan and hid in the Dock House with a captured Constance and Corbin while the guests thought her dead.
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Constance Brockhollow

Badger - Alive

Dr. Corbin Magpie

Magpie - Alive

Osmond Sheffield

Ram - Alive

Daughter of Squire Badger, married to Dr. Corbin Magpie. Doesn't live in Loam Hall anymore. Buckster overhears a whispered conversation with her brother, Jeremy, about the absence of Catherine McCabbage at the party, pointing out that her declining to attend may negatively impact their image, as it could look like she wasn't invited. Makes a small speech at dinner expressing her love for her father despite their disagreements. Gangie overhears her call her father possessed before storming out of a room upstairs, mere minutes before his death. Does not remember her father having a war wound. Extremely guilty that her argument with him may have gotten him killed. Vicar Ian attempts to get her to talk about this guilt but fails. Appears to be brutally murdered alongside her husband in the Leisure Room, but the body was a decoy placed in an effort to fake the death of the Brockhollow family. Constance was not privy to this plan and was kept in the Dock House while the guests thought her dead. A London doctor, married to Constance Brockhollow. Standing around awkwardly with Osmond Sheffield as their spouses talk. Used to be poor and looks very apologetic to be standing in such an expensive house. Buckster notes that Catherine McCabbage is absent from the party, to which he replies that as a widow, being at the party may be overwhelming for her. Excited about meeting Buckster, his first encounter with a "genuine Yankee". Sylvester asks him about the symptoms of epilepsy, and confirms that Mrs. Molesly suffers from it. Performs an autopsy on Squire Badger's body with Sylvester. They announce to the party in the Ballroom that he died when a piece of shrapnel cut into his heart, causing him to bleed out internally. Patches Gangie back up after the encounter with the Masked Assailant. Appears to be brutally murdered alongside his wife in the Leisure Room, but the body was a decoy placed in an effort to fake the death of the Brockhollow family. Corbin was not privy to this plan and was kept in the Dock House while the guests thought him dead. A very successful barrister, married to Jeremy Brockhollow. Standing around awkwardly with Dr. Corbin Magpie as their spouses talk. Asks Buckster how he knew Catherine McCabbage wasn't coming to the party. Accuses Buckster and Daisy for being absent during the time of the murder.

Staff[]

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Templeton Padhop

Frog - Alive

Milo Snout

Pug - Alive

Basil Baskins

Lizard - Alive

Squire Badger's chauffeur. Picks Buckster, Daisy, and Armond Armadillo up from the Tufting Meadows train station to bring them to Loam Hall. Discovers one of the carriage's wheels is loose and asks Armond to be a replacement. Subsequently breaks the record for the fastest a stranger has abused him to his face. A footman at Loam Hall. Escorts Buckster and Daisy out of their carriage through the rain. Buckster tips him an American quarter. Sniffs around the Study and smells metal. Stands guard outside Mrs. Molesly's Bedroom with Basil Baskins. Rush to the Leisure Room with Lars when they hear a scream. A footman at Loam Hall. Escorts Lars and Sylvester out of their carriage through the rain. Lars tips him an illegal German franc. Stands guard outside the Bedroom with Milo Snout. Rush to the Leisure Room with Lars when they hear a scream.
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Thomas Gilfoyle

Rat - Alive

Matilda Molesly

Mole - Alive

Maggie Banks

Otter - Alive

A butler at Loam Hall. Disappears after the flash of light from Lawrence Longfoot's camera. Enters the kitchen when Gangie is brought in from the rain and asks that he stick to the servants quarters. Offers assistance to Buckster in the Ballroom before inviting him to the leisure room for a business meeting with Squire Badger. Argues with Mr. Harding in a back hallway about Gangie— knows about Gangie's criminal past somehow. Accuses Gangie of the murder for being a criminal. Appears at the bottom of the Elevator alongside Jeremy Brockhollow and other staff to arrest Buckster, Gangie, Lars. Turns Sylvester into the Tufting Meadows Constabulary for the murder of the Squire, Constance Brockhollow, and Dr. Corbin Magpie. Housekeeper and head of the maid staff at Loam Hall. An ancient woman, has been at Loam Hall longer than anyone else (Brockhollows included), and raised Squire Badger as his nanny. Knows the manor like the back of her hand. Suffers from epilepsy. Worried that the Squire didn't eat his dinner, and was in the Study alone with the him when he died— he had just informed her that he was letting her go. Claims that he stabbed himself, though she attempted to stop him (unsuccessfully). Later proven correct after Sylvester and Dr. Corbin Magpie determine the real cause of death. Comforts Gangie as Dr. Corbin patches him back up after the encounter with the Masked Assailant. Tells him about the mushrooms in the Basement. Cook at Loam Hall. Married to Ollie Banks. Has a pot of tea on in the kitchen that Mrs. Molesly mentions and is cooking dinner for the party guests when Gangie is brought in from the rain.
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Ollie Banks

Otter - Alive

John Sprout

Mouse - Alive

Tessa Teapot

Mouse - Alive

Bartender at Loam Hall. Married to Maggie Banks. Serves Sylvester a heavy drink after he sees Daisy at the party. Given a French franc. Still at the bar when Squire Badger threatens Sylvester, but the Squire doesn't pay attention to him. Listening intently and taking notes when Sylvester tells the crowd how to make a Pimm’s Cup. Escorts Sylvester to the Oubliette in the Wine Cellar. Gardener at Loam Hall. Eating very quickly after finishing his gardening work when Gangie comes into the kitchen from the rain. Maid and part of the kitchen staff at Loam Hall. In the kitchen when Gangie comes in from the rain.
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Alfred Honeyhatch

Mouse - Alive

Molly Milton and Millie Molton

Mice - Alive

Ambrose Harding

Turtle - Deceased

Porter at Loam Hall. In the kitchen when Gangie comes in from the rain. Maids and part of the kitchen staff at Loam Hall. Are married to each other. In the kitchen when Gangie comes in from the rain. Attempt to make small talk with him but are reminded that he's "cold as the grave and twice as upsetting". Mrs. Molesly tells Millie to fetch some ice from the kitchens for Sylvester after the Masked Assailant attack. Squire Badger's valet. Has been giving Gangiethe list of bodies to dig up, not the Squire Badger. Asked by the Squire to escort Colonel Hawkins back to the dining hall while he meets with Buckster alone in the Leisure Room. Argues with Mr. Gilfoyle in a back hallway about Gangie— defends him and his right to be employed at the manor. Hands Buckster a letter of legal advisement informing him that the Squire has sold his shares to Hazel Hogswollop, with Josiah Jackrabbit as a proxy. Was standing alone at the door to the Study when the Squire was killed. A CRIMINAL!! Does not react to the news that Fletcher Cottonbottom is still alive. Arrested by the Tufting Meadows Constabulary when Daisy reveals his black book found in the Dressing Room. Shot in the head by Lady Eugenia Bristlebrush.
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Edwina Thimble

Mouse - Alive

Carolyn Dickory

Mouse - Alive

Rosalind Crumb

Mouse - Alive

Maid at Loam Hall. Hiding with Carolyn Dickory behind some decorative curtains in the Leisure Room after playing a bit of hooky. Given an American coin by Buckster as an agreement to keep quiet, but is overheard by Lars considering giving it back. Present in the Drawing Room as Constance Brockhollow comforts Catherine McCabbage. Maid at Loam Hall. Hiding with Edwina Thimble behind some decorative curtains in the Leisure Room after playing a bit of hooky. Given an American coin by Buckster as an agreement to keep quiet, but is overheard by Lars considering giving it back. Maid at Loam Hall. Tasked with cleaning up the Study after the death of Squire Badger. Either wants to fuck or fight Sylvester (he declines but the offer still stands). Calls the Library the "li-berry". Informs Daisy about elevator "experts" who arrived while the Squire was out of town and bolted the desk down. Shows Daisy her whole butt. Present in the Drawing Room as Constance Brockhollow comforts Catherine McCabbage. Daisy asks her to show her whole butt again, and Constance fires her.

Party Guests[]

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Armond Armadillo

Armadillo - Alive

Eugenia Bristlebrush

Squirrel - Alive

Lord Eustace Bramble

Cow - Alive

Accountant and financial advisor to Buckster. Rides into Tufting Meadows in a first-class sleeper car with Buckster and Daisy. Incredibly anxious, and worried about how much money he is spending unnecessarily. Single-handedly carries every single one of their bags off the train. Becomes the fourth wheel of their carriage when Templeton Padhop notices it's wobbly. Passes painkillers around the dinner table after breaking something as the wheel. Sits next to Professor Simon Shellcrest, who expresses delight at him turning into a ball. Looks a little beat up during Sylvester's announcement about Squire Badger's cause of death. An extremely old widow, and the oldest guest at Squire Badger's party. Has an old woman grip on Daisy as they talk about how she hates everyone at the party and would not hesitate to murder all of them— including herself. She reiterates this several times. Shot Ambrose Harding in the head. An attendee at Squire Badger's party, married to Lady Winnifred Bramble. Asks Vicar Ian if it "counts" when he comes around with penance for everyone at the party after he forgot to do it at mass. Wants his family to be in good standing with the church and straight up hands him £250 cash after being asked to donate. Suggests Sylvester may be the killer because he knew about the secret door.
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Lady Winnifred Bramble

Hedgehog - Alive

Lawrence Longfoot

Hare - Deceased

Lady Calliope Fawnbrook

Deer - Alive

An attendee at Squire Badger's party, married to Lord Eustace Bramble. Asks Vicar Ian what can be done for these lands "besotted with licentious and ungodly people". Ian suggests taking direct action, but is misinterpreted, and she promises to pray even more for someone, somewhere to do something, sometime. Shocked that the Vicar only now believes God to be real. A newspaper magnate in attendance at Squire Badger's party, invited to help make him look better. Publishes absolute trash, but got very rich doing it. Takes a picture of Sylvester raising a glass as he returns his fee to the Squire, with the Squire in the background instead of the focus. The flash of his camera startles Mrs. Molesly. Takes a picture of Buckster and Sylvester at the bar, and tells Sylvester he has something special planned. Asked by Sylvester to take a picture of him and Molesly, revealing that she has epilepsy. Excited to be present for and to document such an event. An alias of Fletcher Cottonbottom. A patron of the arts attending Squire Badger's party. Married to Lady Tabitha Fawnbrook. Helps Mrs. Molesly up when she is startled by the flash of Lawrence Longfoot's camera. Tells her wife she hasn't gotten a chance to try the canapés yet. Present when Vicar Ian implies the Squire's intentions with his donation were not altruistic. Sitting with her wife in the Drawing Room at the time of the murder. Corroborates Colonel James Hawkins and Professor Simon Shellcrest's alibis, and suggests guarding the doors in a group, since everyone is a suspect. Accuses Sylvester and Lars for being absent at the time of the murder.
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Lady Tabitha Fawnbrook

Cat - Alive

Colonel James Hawkins

Hawk - Alive

Professor Simon Shellcrest

Snail - Alive

A guest attending Squire Badger's party. Married to Lady Calliope Fawnbrook. A big gossip and talking a mile a minute to her wife about the canapés. Present when Vicar Ian implies the Squire's intentions with his donation were not altruistic. Sitting with her wife in the Drawing Room at the time of the murder. Corroborates Colonel James Hawkins and Professor Simon Shellcrest's alibis. Excited about the drama between Sylvester and Daisy. Served with Squire Badger. Present when Vicar Ian implies the Squire's intentions with his donation were not altruistic. Speaking with Professor Simon Shellcrest in the Drawing Room at the time of the murder. Corroborates Lady Calliope and Lady Tabitha Fawnbrook's alibis. Asked by Sylvester to look around the room and investigate a sconce on the wall, which reveals a secret door. Encounters Vicar Ian in the Library and ushers him out-- Daisy then sees him in the Secret Study from the Séance Room stuffing papers into his coat, and tossing a Medal of Valor into a drawer. Present at the bottom of the Elevator to arrest Buckster, Lars, and Gangie. Terrified at the mention of Fletcher Cottonbottom, and was unaware that he is still alive. A professor at Oxford and an old friend of Squire Badger's form Eaton. Sits next to Armond Armadillo at dinner and expresses delight at him turning into a ball. Speaking with Colonel James Hawkins in the Drawing Room at the time of the murder. Questions what could have caused Mrs. Molesly's epileptic fit. Lars suspects the crunch heard from the Masked Assailant was the crunch of a shell, and Jeremy Brockhollow suggests Simon.
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Lord Eoighan McCrae

Sheep - Alive

Red Herring

Herring - Alive

A guest attending Squire Badger's party. The first to witness the carnage of Constance Brockhollow and Dr. Corbin Magpie's bodies in the Leisure Room. A guest attending Squire Badger's party. Accused of being the murderer by Buckster $ Boyd and is subsequently beat up by the Tufting Meadows Constabulary.

Tufting Meadows[]

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Catherine McCabbage

Mouse - Alive

Connor McCabbage

Mouse - Alive

Gangie's List of Names

Various - Deceased

A resident of Tufting Meadows and recent widow. Lives with her mother who is helping her care for her now fatherless children. Speaks with Vicar Ian late at night after believing she heard her deceased husband speak to her. Doesn't get very reassuring wisdom in return. Declined the invitation to Squire Badger's 60th birthday party. Later shows up at the front door, drenched, claiming to have seen her husband in a second story window of Loam Hall. Follows Daisy around the manor as she investigates, and finds an incriminating letter from Sylvester on the Squire's desk. An employee of a mill who died due to an incident at work. Sylvester was hired to investigate, and the case was ruled an accident due to negligence, the first case of his to be unsolved. Daisy summons him in the Séance Room and he tells her and Vicar Ian to tell his wife he's there. Also mutters, "Squire Badger there's someone--" (punctuation unclear) before disappearing. Is found in the tower by Daisy and Sylvester, dehydrated and malnourished, his death having been faked by William Brockhollow to test the effectiveness of his decoy bodies. Connor was reunited with his wife after being rescued. A list of the names of the bodies exhumed by Gangie, given to Buckster, and later shared with Daisy. Includes: Otis Hornsby; Ramsay Rook; Gavin Stripely; Brock, Jane, Michael, Agnes, and Edith Burroughs; Bartholomew Bighorn; Arthur Mossflower; Sven Huginn; Martin and Samantha Diggory; Rufus Roundear; and Claude Fromage. Daisy finds this list was copied from Ambrose Harding's black book hidden in the Dressing Room. Badgers, birds, goats, and mice intended to serve as body doubles for faking the Brockhollows' deaths. Connor McCabbage was a trial run to fool Sylvester.
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Tufting Meadows Constabulary

Cats and Dogs - Deceased

Masked Assailant

Rabbit - Deceased

Constable Nettles

Cat - Alive

The law enforcement in Tufting Meadows: three dogs and two cats, including Constable Nettles. Thomas Gilfoyle calls them after the murder of Squire Badger, but they do not arrive for several hours as the roads have been flooded in the storm. Arrive shortly after the brutal murders of Constance Brockhollow and Dr. Corbin Magpie, for which Sylvester is accused and arrested. Ambrose Harding is also arrested after Daisy reveals the black book of his containing Gangie's List of Names that she found in the Dressing Room. Killed by Gangie Green and Constance Brockhollow. An unknown attacker encountered by Lars, Buckster, and Gangie at the top of the Elevator. A master combatant who nearly kills Lars in one hit. A crunch is heard when Gangie hit their torso with his shovel. is discovered to be Fletcher Cottonbottom. A constable of Tufting Meadows. Arrives shortly after the brutal murders of Constance Brockhollow and Dr. Corbin Magpie, for which Sylvester is accused and arrested. Ambrose Harding is also arrested after Daisy reveals the black book of his containing Gangie's List of Names that she found in the Dressing Room. Knocked unconscious by Lars Vandenchomp at The Docks.

Other[]

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King Charles

Cavalier Spaniel - Deceased

Eel Musk

Eel - Alive

Fletcher Cottonbottom

Rabbit - Deceased

King of England in the 1600s. A statue of him stands in the village of Tufting Meadows. Owns a telephone company. Sylvester believes that the telephone in his apartment spies on them. Son of Lord Ignatius Cottonbottom and Sylvester's nemesis. Was in line to be the recipient of a great deal of insurance money for his father's "death", until interrupted by Sylvester in his first ever case. Vowed to get revenge for ruining his family's reputation. Attempted to turn the manor at Reichenbunny Falls into a munitions depot, and later falls over the falls chained to Sylvester, and is presumed dead. At the party, Sylvester sees his ghost lowering a hood out by the docks when lightning strikes, which is later revealed to be an illusion-- was in the Downstairs Bathroom at the time. The fragment of shrapnel found in Squire Badger's body matches his munitions. Revealed by Daisy to be still alive. Killed via electrocution from the lightning rod atop Loam Hall after being pushed into it by Daisy D'umpstaire.
Lord Ignatius Cottonbottom

Unknown - Deceased

The Cardinal

Unknown - Alive

Roscoe McCoy

Jackal - Unknown

Head of the British Museum and Sylvester's former employer. Opened the sarcophagus of Pharoah Salamander V in an attempt to fake his death and commit insurance fraud by spreading rumors of a curse (which Lucretia Brockhollow believes). Sylvester proved and prevented this in his first ever case. The Cardinal of the Anglican church. Sends Squire Badger a thank you note for his sizable donation, which he did not want read publicly. Also allegedly discussed reassigning Vicar Ian to Siberia. Stole the famed Chase Sapphire diadem in 1893. Fought with Daisy, who attempted to steal it off of him, and Sylvester, who was hired by heiress Virginia Chase to get it back.
Virginia Chase

Unknown - Alive

Hazel Hogswollop

Unknown - Alive

Josiah Jackrabbit

Jackrabbit - Alive

Heiress to the New York City Chase's jewel merchant fortune. Hired Sylvester to recover her family's stolen sapphire diadem. Daisy attempts to impersonate her when Sylvester takes the diadem after she'd just stolen it from Roscoe McCoy. An ancient oil heiress from America in poor health. Owns several shares of the BB Industries stock until Squire Badger decides to sell his 50% shares to her. Named Josiah Jackrabbit as a proxy. Buckster tells the guests at the party that the Squire sold his shares to her, not mentioning Josiah, to avert suspicions. Buckster's biggest oil competitor back in Texas. Named a proxy vote to Hazel Hogswollop on the legal advisement given to Buckster. Buckster tells the guests at the party that the Squire sold his shares to her, not mentioning Josiah, to avert suspicions.
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Barkus Aurelius

Dog - Deceased

Pharaoh Salamander V

Salamander - Deceased

Naponyan

Pony - Deceased

Roman Emperor. A bust of his head sits on the desk in the Study but belongs with other busts in the Library. The base is marked with an incorrect date, as it has be replaced with plaster. Hidden inside is a powerful, complex, electromagnetic device. Egyptian Pharaoh. Lord Ignatius Cottonbottom's plan for insurance fraud relied on the rumors of a curse on Pharaoh's sarcophagus after it had been moved to the museum. French general and emperor for a short time. Actually a normal-sized pony.
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Pawdius the Peaceful

Dog - Deceased

Growlius Caesar the Great

Dog - Deceased

Pawgustus the Wise

Dog - Deceased

Roman Emperor. A bust of his head sits in the Library and, arranged in the right order, opens the door to the Secret Study. Second most popular emperor. Roman Emperor. A bust of his head sits in the Library and, arranged in the right order, opens the door to the Secret Study. Third most popular emperor. Roman Emperor. A bust of his head sits in the Library and, arranged in the right order, opens the door to the Secret Study. Fourth most popular emperor.
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Rompie the Brave

Dog - Deceased

Roman Emperor. A bust of his head sits in the Library and, arranged in the right order, opens the door to the Secret Study. Fifth most popular emperor.
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