Rudolph Pearson

Professor of Medieval Literature at Columbia University


A small, southern gentleman, with a crisp appearance and little pretense, Professor Rudolph Pearson is an affable intellectual with a more-than-passive interest in the mythos.


A professor of Medieval Literature at Columbia University, Rudolph Pearson is academically acquainted with Alistair Sinclair, and was instrumental in bringing the professor to the states to present his lecture, Beowulf: King or Con?

Pearson enlisted the help of investigators to locate the whereabouts of his friend and colleague, Effram Harris.

He is also responsible for writing Jonas Markham and Ray Brannigan letters of introduction to Dr. Henry Armitage at Miskatonic University.

Rudolph Pearson

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