Captain Harry Hugo was the victim in The Hunger Planes (Case #28 of Pacific Bay).


Harry was the pilot of an Osprey Airlines flight that crashed in White Peaks two weeks prior to his death. He had brown eyes, reddish blond hair and mustache. At the time of his death, he was seen donning a pilot's outfit.

Murder details

Amy and the player found Harry roasted and half-eaten in the lava pits while on a rescue mission. They sent his body to Roxie, who deduced that Harry was clubbed over the head, tied to a stake, and roasted over the lava, which cooked his insides like a lava rotisserie. Roxie also noted that whoever killed Harry ate parts of him as well, as evidenced by the missing flesh and the teeth marks on him. Roxie also found traces of calcium phosphate on Harry, meaning that the killer used herbal toothpaste.

Relationship with suspects

Bobby Prince claimed that Harry was a monster as he was a sleaze to the passengers while in-flight and then selfishly hoarded the supplies and shelter for himself. Alice Blick attested to this, saying that Harry was harassing her in the survivor camp. Celine Dernier blamed Harry for the plane crash and disliked him further after learning that he had eaten her dog. Harry was good friends with flight attendant Marcus Peel, often playing practical jokes on each other. However, Harry had caught Marcus stealing from the passengers and threatened to report him to the police, so Marcus angrily slashed up his life vest. Harry was married to Betty Hugo, but was planning to divorce her after she caught him having an affair as he wanted more adventure in life. Betty then stowed away on the plane to convince him to stay with her. She surprised him while he was flying the plane, which led to an argument that made Harry fail to notice that they were going to crash into the mountains.

Killer and motives

The killer turned out to be Bobby.

Upon admitting to the murder, Bobby recalled that he and Harry were out in the mountains looking for help before an avalanche knocked him out. When he awoke, he found that Harry had taken his supplies and left him for dead. Severely angered, hungry, and hopeless, Bobby tracked Harry down and pounced on him, clubbing him over the head and tying him to a stake. He then roasted Harry over the lava and ate parts of him to satisfy his rage. Judge Dante sentenced Bobby to 30 years in jail with recommended psychiatric counseling.

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