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    Henry Jones
"We've got to find Liv!"
One of the three cops who storms the haunted mansion in search of his girlfriend, Liv. He is Player 1.
  • Badass Baritone: Fights legions of the undead with a deep voice.
  • Expy: Of Thomas Rogan from House of the Dead— not a shocker, considering that Evil Night came the following year (1998).
  • Implied Love Interest: Of Liv.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Henry Jones strongly resembles Brad Pitt. This may even be a direct nod to Thomas Rogan from The House of the Dead as Rogan was also based on Brad Pitt.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Although he does not have a suit, he wears a semi-formal attire comprising a white long-sleeved shirt, a black necktie, and dark blue jeans.
  • Shout-Out: His name may be a reference from Henry Explorers - the Japanese name of Crypt Killer - a three player light gun game released by Konami in 1995.
  • Weapon of Choice: A 9mm Handgun.
     Alicia Sevingy
"This place stinks...I feel nauseated."
The second of the three cops, armed with a shotgun, who seeks to find Liv deep within the mansion. She is Player 2.

     Joe Hamilton
"Henry! I think we're in big trouble!"
The third cop who accompanies Henry and Alicia in their search for Liv. He is Player 3.
"After that day, we never heard that voice again."
A friend of Henry, Alicia and Joe who has been kidnapped to a spooky mansion for reasons unknown.
  • Black Magic: An mural depicts Liv as some sort of demigod/mystic practicing witchcraft in an attempt to grant immortality to the final boss.
  • Chekhov's Skill: In the end, Liv reads from the mystical book that puts all the undead and evil ones to rest. It is implied she is a reincarnated mystic.
  • The Chosen One: Kidnapped to be a Human Sacrifice for an ancient, reawakened Cult beneath the mansion, which will grant the final boss immortality.
  • Expy: Her role as the primary Damsel in Distress in the game and presumed girlfriend of Henry draws some comparisons with Thomas Rogan's fiancée Sophie Richards from The House of the Dead.
  • Damsel in Distress: She must be rescued by Henry, Alicia, and Joe.
  • Implied Love Interest: Of Henry.
  • Lady in Red: Literally wears a red dress similar to Alice in the Resident Evil movies that came out a few years later.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her red dress is cut to the thighs, which shows her legs. A bit of her cleavage is also shown.
  • Mystical Waif: Though she only appears at the final stage.
  • The Red Mage: Although she isn't a mage per the game's standards, she wears a red dress and has mystical powers, thus fitting in this trope.
  • Save the Princess: Essentially the primary objective of the game is to rescue her from the evil forces in the mansion.
  • She's Got Legs: See Ms. Fanservice above.
  • Weapon of Choice: The mystical book which she uses to defeat the final boss.

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