Zeke Davis was a suspect in the murder investigations of three different people in Supernatural Investigations before killing alpha werewolf Annette Strong in The Tree of Death (Case #15 of Supernatural Investigations), where his true identity as a demon was revealed. After his banishment, Zeke turned out to be the killer of demon rebel Arthur Darkwood in To Hell and Back (Case #30 of Supernatural Investigations).
Zeke was a demon assuming the guise of a 28-year-old environmental activist.
In his human form, he had green eyes, a short red afro, matching stubble and freckles. He was seen wearing a green t-shirt emblazoned with a lizard and the words "YOU'RE A LIZARD, HARRY!".
In his demon form, he had orange skin, pointed ears, wings and red eyes. He maintained his freckles and stubble and sported black horns and matching claws.
In his first appearance, is known that Zeke read tarot cards, played the Navajo flute and took spirulina.
In his second appearance, it is discovered that he ate chicken fried steak, was scared of the dark and listened to Billie Kelson.
In his third appearance, Zeke wore a light brown winter coat with brown fur over his shirt. He also sported a maroon scarf around his neck. It is revealed that he ate lakeweed, went underwater fishing, had watched Ridgeback Mountain and read Life Aquatic magazine.
In his fourth appearance, it is noted that he was right-handed, ate protein bars and used hand warmers.
In his fifth appearance, Zeke carried a glowing blue mace in his right hand. It is learned that he drank human tears, bathed in the River Styx and had a pet hellhound.
Events of Criminal Case
Zeke became a suspect after he alerted Gwen and the player to the presence of the crystal caves during his search for his celadon dragon. Zeke guided the team to the caves and identified himself as an environmentalist. Gwen then informed him that someone had used a crystal to murder someone. Zeke claimed not to know the victim and then left to chill out.
Zeke was spoken to again about the victim suing him. He revealed that he had denied Rainee access to the caves because her chants were damaging the ears of the celadon dragons. While he tried to warn her, Rainee did not listen to him.
Zeke was found to be innocent after the team incarcerated Jesse Adams for Rainee's murder. Later, Luke and the player asked Zeke about the unexplained livestock deaths. After Luke mentioned that the sheep were tainted with faint traces of sulfur, Zeke revealed that the trend had been noted in the Southwest for the last five years.
Zeke became a suspect again after Luke and the player found his lizard at the scene of the murder. He explained that Fielding had gotten in touch with him a few days prior to the murder to discuss how his company could go greener. Zeke told the team that it was a shame that someone had killed Fielding before he could implement the changes they had discussed.
Zeke was spoken to again about him stomping on Fielding's hat. He revealed that their meeting had actually been Fielding's attempt to blackmail Zeke into silence with photos of Zeke being environmentally unfriendly. Zeke swore to the team that the photos had been doctored, but they would have destroyed his reputation regardless. Having lost his temper, Zeke threw Fielding's hat on the floor and stomped on it.
Zeke was found to be innocent again after the team incarcerated Axel Bross for Fielding's murder.
Zeke became a suspect for the third time after Luke and the player found his copy of Life Aquatic at the crime scene. He told the team that he was in Montana in order to look for the lake monster. He then told the team that he had heard about the murder, but he did not know the victim, albeit mentioning that he had spent the evening with farmhand Blake Woodbine.
Zeke was spoken to again about the victim taking out a restraining order against him. He informed the team that he had discovered that the victim was his biological father and that he had been the product of a one-night stand. Since his mother refused to tell him the identity of his father, Zeke did his own research, leading him to Wyatt. However, Wyatt refused to acknowledge Zeke as his son and took out the restraining order.
Zeke was found to be innocent for the third time after the team incarcerated Poppy Winters for Wyatt's murder. Later, Zeke, Felix and the player went to see Hannah, the lake monster. Hannah attempted to communicate with the team, but they were unable to understand her. Felix realized that they needed a sonar voice converter to understand what Hannah was saying.
After Felix crafted a makeshift voice converter, the group revisited Hannah, who thanked the team for clearing her name for the murder. She requested that the group retrieved her pearl necklace that Wyatt had stolen from her. The group found the necklace and returned it to Hannah, who bid farewell to them.
Zeke became a suspect once again after Gwen and the player found his sketchbook. He told the team that he was in Yellowstone to sightsee, although he felt that Yellowstone paled in comparison to seeing Hannah. Gwen then mentioned the magic tree and the murder, shocking Zeke, who claimed that he had never met the victim. Gwen also asked how Zeke would react if they told him that demons were behind the sheep dropping dead in the Southwest; he told the team that he would not believe them.
Zeke was spoken to again about his net and a message that implied that he was trying to catch a werewolf. He revealed that he had witnessed Annette transforming into a werewolf whilst lizard spotting one night. The next night, he asked if he could study her, but she refused. As such, he attempted to catch her when she transformed again. However, she ripped the net out of Zeke's hands, prompting him to run away.
In the end, it was proven that Zeke was Annette's killer. When he was confronted, Zeke revealed himself to be the demon that Fielding, Jesse, Justine Bankston and their associates summoned in Amarillo five years prior. Zeke then admitted that he killed Annette after she tried putting up a fight as he was taking the tree core. He then said that he would be taking it to the Netherworld before teleporting away.
After Zeke teleported away, the team prepared themselves for their inevitable confrontation with him. After consulting with Chief Arrow's former mentor, Falcon, Chief Arrow and the player (per Ben) bolstered their weapons with essence from the magic tree. The team then found a message from Zeke at the viewpoint telling them to meet him at midnight.
At midnight, Chief Arrow, Ben and the player confronted Zeke in his demon form. He taunted the team before melting their guns after Ben tried to shoot him. He then revealed that he could read the team's thoughts and prepared to kill them. However, before he could do so, a mystery demon appeared and banished Zeke to the Netherworld. The mystery demon was revealed to be Arthur.
Zeke became a suspect for the fifth time after Luke and the player learned (per Felix) that the demon queen had chastised Zeke for letting Arthur defeat him in Yellowstone. Shocked to see the team again, Zeke rejoiced in the fact that they were working for the demons and revealed that he was the demon queen's second-in-command. When Luke mentioned his chastisement, Zeke told the team that the queen had every right to be angry about his mistake. However, he had proven himself time and time again since Yellowstone. He then excused himself to bathe in the River Styx.
Zeke was spoken to again about an engraving of him and Arthur in which Arthur was bowing before the demon queen. Zeke told the team that he used to be close friends with Arthur and that they both used to serve the queen. However, Arthur changed one day and became fanatical about climbing the ranks of the queen's devotees. Arthur sabotaged Zeke by telling the queen that he was disloyal, resulting in Arthur being sworn in as the queen's right-hand man. The team found Zeke's story difficult to believe, although he asked them if they thought that Arthur would have told them his secret.
In the end, it was proven that Zeke was Arthur's killer. Zeke told the team that the queen needed to drink Arthur's blood in order to gain enough power to rip the veil. He explained that he had grown attached to the Earth and its resources during his time there and that he was searching for a way to come back since his banishment. Afraid that the demon's queen's plans would leave the Earth razed with nothing left, he killed Arthur to drain his blood. Consequently, the demon guard stabbed Zeke for his treachery.
- Zeke is one of the non-main characters to physically appear in three different regions in Supernatural Investigations.
- Zeke is one of the characters to appear as a suspect five times.
- He is also one of the characters to appear as a suspect in two consecutive cases in Supernatural Investigations.
- Zeke is one of the killers who are interrogated once more during the Additional Investigation.
- At an infinite age, Zeke is one of the oldest characters in the game.
- He is also one of the oldest killers in the game.
- Zeke is one of the non-human killers in the game.
- Zeke is one of the characters who animate (or move) during at least one cutscene in the game.
- "YOU'RE A LIZARD, HARRY!", the words on Zeke's shirt in his first and second appearances, is a reference to the 2001 British-American fantasy film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, based on the novel of the same name by British author J.K Rowling.
- It is also a reference to a meme of the same name.
- Zeke, Alden Greene, Bobby Prince, Eleanor Halsted, and Nefertiti are the only characters to have been arrested as the killer twice.
- Zeke, Bobby, Eleanor and Nefertiti killed their victims in a single season.
- Bad Vibes (Case #6 of Supernatural Investigations)
- The Ghost of Murders Past (Case #10 of Supernatural Investigations)
- A One-Wolf Open Slay (Case #11 of Supernatural Investigations; mentioned)
- Dead Heat (Case #12 of Supernatural Investigations; mentioned)
- Weirder Stuff (Case #13 of Supernatural Investigations; mentioned)
- Winter Murderland (Case #14 of Supernatural Investigations)
- The Tree of Death (Case #15 of Supernatural Investigations)
- This American Death (Case #16 of Supernatural Investigations; mentioned)
- Scry for Help (Case #20 of Supernatural Investigations; mentioned)
- To Hell and Back (Case #30 of Supernatural Investigations)