Virginia was a 25-year-old documentary film writer. A childhood friend of Amy's, Virginia had green eyes and hazel brown hair underneath a light maroon winter cap. Furthermore, she sported a brown fur coat, a blue t-shirt, and a black scarf.
Frank and the player found Virginia impaled by tree branches in the deep woods. They sent her body to Roxie, who confirmed that the tree branches were the murder weapon. After Roxie informed Amy about Virginia's death, Roxie told the team that she found traces of pumpkin soup on the bruises marking where Virginia's killer pushed her, meaning that the killer ate pumpkin soup.
Relationship with suspects
Lola Dickinson was the producer for Virginia's documentary. They had a power struggle on how to make the documentary, with Lola wanting her to make it scarier and bloodier to make it more palatable for the audience. Virginia's cousin, Charlie Watchbird, allowed her to work in his distillery as it was close to the woods. However, he did not like that she filmed everything, including him peeing into his moonshine containers. Virginia approached hermit Allen Muir to get some info on the Night Walker. He angrily refused at first, threatening to shoot her, but eventually warmed up to her, and was happy that she was actually listening unlike the usual thrill seekers. Urban legend hunter Roberto Vasquez had a crush on Virginia before he learned that she had come upon the original Night Walker's cabin before he did, crushing his dreams. Meanwhile, Miriam Young did not like Virginia's influence on Amy and wanted her to stay away from her family, even following her to the Night Walker cabin to confront her about it.
Killer and motives
The killer turned out to be Lola.
Upon admitting to the murder, Lola admitted that she stalked her deep into the woods to instill some fear into her to make the documentary more palatable to the public. When Lola revealed herself to Virginia however, Virginia tried to stab Lola with a knife. In self-defense, Lola pushed her into tree branches. Judge Dante sentenced her to 25 years in jail.
- Virginia's camera was made by Meteor Systems. A logo of the company can be seen while repairing the camera.
- The White Peaks Project (Case #29 of Pacific Bay)
- The End of the Night (Case #30 of Pacific Bay; mentioned)