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This is a list of Night Vale residents. Residents without their own pages are listed below.

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Night Vale residents[]


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People of Night Vale[]

  • Adam Bair, former weekday shift manager at the Ralphs[1]
  • Adi, was on House Hunters, the Desert Dystopia version[2]
  • Alex, has terrible wifi[2]
  • Amal Shamoun, a contestant in the 2015 Costume Gala[3]
  • Annette Mahaka, head of the Business Association[4]
  • Barton "Barty" Donovan, Eternal Scout[5]
  • Becky Canterbury, had a plane fly through her apartment[6]
  • Ben Burnham, Sylvia Wickersham's dry cleaner[7]
  • The Black Dauphin[8][9]
  • The Blob who lives in the housing development out back of the elementary school[10]
  • Bob Sturm, vice president of finance for the Night Vale Auto Insurance Company [11] [12]
  • Bogeymen (though they are rarely sighted)[10]
  • Doctor Brandon, host of Night Vale Community Radio's popular advice program "Dr. Brandon"[5]
  • Champ, son of Cactus Jane[8]
  • Christopher Brady, resident of Old Town and lives with Stuart Robinson[13]
  • Christopher Tisdale, assistant coach of the Night Vale Scorpions[14]
  • Claire Franklin, who is either Eva's girlfriend or has a crush on her[15]
  • Claire Scott, a woman-shaped apparition that haunts the Hall of Public Records and is responsible for at least ten deaths. [16]
  • Claire Wallace, a freelance photographer[17]
  • Clara, friend of Basimah Bishara. Is in a nuclear family from (both originating and currently existing in) the 1950s.[9]
  • Cristina Alfons, wife of Ricardo Alfons and mother of Yasmin Alfons[18]
  • Cynthia Cabrera, lives in The House That Doesn't Exist[19][20]
  • Dan Christensen, Sergeant in the Blood Space War. Twin of Drew Christensen[21]
  • Danny Jimenez, Joel Eisenberg's partner. [3]
  • Dave, was previously chosen to ask the Obelisk a question [22]
  • Dave Boll (pronounced like “bowl”), manager at the Ralphs [23]
  • Dave Morales Cariño, former resident of Desert Bluffs. Founder of the first Joyous Congregation in Night Vale[24]
  • Drew Christensen, Lieutenant in the Blood Space War. Twin of Dan Christensen[21]
  • Emily Munton, Night Vale Zoo director[5]
  • Felicia Jackson, who has a giant spider on her back[15]
  • Flora, daughter of Amber Akinyi and Wilson Levy. 16 months old as of June 2020. [26]
  • Flora Sandero, mother of Michael Sandero[27]
  • Franklin "Frank" Wilson, Boy Scout[5]
  • The giant worms of Night Vale Community College[28]
  • Gia Samuels, reviewed Tourniquet in the Night Vale Daily Journal.[7]
  • Genevieve Daily, bank teller at the Last Bank of Night Vale[29]
  • Gerald Framington, had an affair with Jessica Lanyard [22]
  • Gerald Sanders, twisted his ankle during Tamika Flynn's Teen Militia Camp. 14-years-old as of February 2019[30]
  • Gladys R. and her husband, residents of Old Town. Customer of Maureen's Air Conditioning repair service. [31]
  • Hala Darvish, docent at the Botanic Gardens[32]
  • Hannah Herschman, playwright and possible time-traveler[33]
  • Hanuzaki Cyber Ghost Mark III, child of Satsuki[34]
  • Henrietta Bell, employee at Night Vale Community College[32]
  • Henry Greggson, a witness who was incorrectly reported as Crystal Souleater[35]
  • Henry Lexington, sophomore quarterback of the Night Vale High School Scorpions in 2014. Younger brother of Jessica Lexington[36][37]
  • Herschel Wallaby, wife of Tock Wallaby and mother of Megan Wallaby[8]
  • Inez Cordova, NVHS Alumna.[38]
    • Her unnamed son.
  • Irena Panchyk, third grade teacher at Night Vale Elementary School[39]
  • Jacquelyn, friend of Basimah Bishara, whose mother is a spider.[9]
  • Jake Garcia, received mandatory right to disappear forever[40]
  • Jerry Hartman, afternoon board operator at Night Vale Community Radio[41]
  • Jessica Lanyard, wife of Sidney Lanyard and secretly had an affair with Gerald Framington[22]
  • Jessica Lexington, formerly Night Vale High School Scorpions senior safety in 2014 before contracting spinal parasites. Older sister of Henry Lexington. [36]
  • Jessie McNeil, security guard at the Last Bank of Night Vale[29]
  • John Peter--remember, the pharmacist?[42]
  • Jonathan Franzen, will never die[2]
  • Judge Chaplin, Judge ruling over the case of The Estate of Franklin Chen vs the City of Night Vale[33]
  • Jules, franchise owner of the Night Vale branch of Burger Barn/GladTown Records Express[44]
  • Julie Dobbs, sophomore quarterback of the Night Vale Scorpions in 2019[29]
  • Katherine Ciel, Old Town Night Vale resident[39]
  • LeShawn Mason, executive chef at restaurant Tourniquet, formerly sous chef at restaurant Shame[19]
  • Lauren James, Night Vale Weekly Gazette writer[45]
  • Lenny Butler, who has no official bona fides in religion or ceremony[16] nor military tactics[46]
  • Lieutenant Regis [pronounced reh-ZHEESS], member of Unit 7 of the local National Guard Station and KFC Combo Store[47]
  • Linda[48], the coroner[19]
  • Linda Blais, mother of Junior Blais and wife of Oliver Blais[21]
  • Lisa Robertson, survivor of the Summer Reading Program. 18-years-old in 2017. Older sister of Marsha Robertson. [49]
  • Lonny Chapman, chairman of the Medical Association[50]
  • Mallory Willingham, sophomore quarterback of Night Vale High School Scorpions in 2016[37]
  • Mariam McDonald, her lifelong dream was to clean up the sand from the Sand Wastes[51]
  • Marco Padilla, a pilot of one of the Sheriff's Secret Police helicopters[28]
  • Marina, Basimah's girlfriend[52]
  • Marsha Robertson, survivor of the Summer Reading Program. 15-years-old in 2017. Younger sister of Lisa Robertson. [49]
  • Matt, a 15-foot coconut crab living under Dark Owl Records[44]
  • Mikayla, works in sales at the radio station[53]
  • Mike Nominem, who needs to discipline his children more[15]
  • Miranda Yesby, who is a member of Flakey O's Board of Directors and has large, claw-like paws which she uses to dig her way through the ground[40]
  • Monty, Josh Crayton has a crush on [54]
  • Morgan, who does not tip enough and is rude to restaurant employees[2]
  • Ms. Blackwell, teacher at Night Vale elementary school and is Roger Harlan's teacher[55]
  • Nathaniel Keaton, a parking attendant[56]
  • Nick Ford, school superintendent[57]
  • Nisha, friend of Basimah Bishara, who has a council of fathers.[9]
  • Officer Ben, member of the Sheriff's Secret Police[58]
  • Oliver Blais, father of Junior Blais and husband of Linda Blais[21]
  • Randolph[59]
  • Regina, Tamika Flynn's taxidermist[60]
  • Ricardo Alfons, husband of Cristina Alfons and father of Yasmin Alfons[18]
  • Rudy Dejardins, the local representative of the Military Industrial complex[23]
  • Russel Swensen, head of the Greater Night Vale Realtor Association[39]
  • Sara Bismuth, runs an Etsy store of Blood Space War dolls[9]
  • Samantha Guzman[61]
  • Satsuki, mother of Hanuzaki Cyber Ghost Mark III[34]
  • shadowy haze[28]
  • Shaundra Richardson, director of Night Vale Community Players' production of Oleanna [62]
  • Sheila Nowitzki, a helicopter pilot[28]
  • Shirelle, friend of Wayne Ferry. Was one of the residents waiting in the line leading to an unknown destination or event. [65]
  • Shoshannah, employee at the DMV[54]
  • Sidney Lanyard, previously chosen by the Obelisk to ask a question. Husband of Jessica Lanyard. [22]
  • Stuart Robinson, resident of Old Town and lives with Christopher Brady[13]
  • Tahira Bishara, mother of Basimah Bishara and husband of Blood Space War veteran Fakhir Bishara[9][52]
  • Tock Wallaby, husband to Herschel Wallaby[8] and father of Megan Wallaby
  • Tara Arya [pronounced Tarr-ah Aria], Night Vale Community College student and Nobel Prize winner[4]
  • Teddy Rahal, owner of American Teddy's Ice Cream and Falafel[66]
  • Tim Langley, head of the Night Vale Chapter of the NRA[37]
  • Tom Garmin, former mayor of Night Vale. His body is used at Night Vale Junior High School to learn about the skeletal system.[67]
  • Tomás Perez, head of Perez Accounting[17]
  • Toni, dreams of being a poet[2]
  • Tony[59]
  • Trevin Murphy, member of the Night Vale Spiderwolves baseball team[68]
  • Trilety Wade, Poet Laureate[39]
  • Veronica Rothschild, town clerk who was devoured by the Sphere. [69]
  • Waymon Davis, Corporal in the Blood Space War.[18]
  • Wayne Ferry, target of the creature responsible for the audio precautions taken in "All Right"[65][72]
  • City Comptroller Waynetta Barnett[73]
  • Wayne Tyler, assistant shift manager at the Pinkberry[5]
  • Yvette Alfaro, mother of Amelia Anna Alfaro[74]

References[]

  1. Episode 38 "Orange Grove"
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Episode 164 "The Faceless Old Woman (Live)"
  3. 3.0 3.1 Episode 176 "The Autumn Specter"
  4. 4.0 4.1 Episode 125 "A Door Ajar Part 2"
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Episode 10 "Feral Dogs"
  6. Episode 25 "One Year Later"
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Episode 50 "Capital Campaign"
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Episode 18 "The Traveler"
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 Episode 79 "Lost in the Mail"
  10. 10.0 10.1 Episode 37 "The Auction"
  11. Episode 95 "Zookeeper"
  12. Episode 110 "Matryoshka"
  13. 13.0 13.1 Episode 68 "Faceless Old Women"
  14. Episode 134 "Fall Football Preview"
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Live show "The Debate"
  16. 16.0 16.1 Episode 152 "The Great Golden Hand"
  17. 17.0 17.1 Episode 46 "Parade Day"
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Episode 144 "The Dreamer"
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Episode 43 "Visitor"
  20. 20.0 20.1 Episode 47 "Company Picnic"
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 Episode 145 "The Veterans"
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 Episode 172 "Return of the Obelisk"
  23. 23.0 23.1 Episode 174 "Radio Jupiter"
  24. Episode 83 "One Normal Town"
  25. Episode 149 "The General"
  26. Episode 169 "The Whittler"
  27. Episode 30 "Dana"
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 Episode 36 "Missing"
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 Episode 153 "The Heist, Part 1"
  30. Episode 142 "UFO Sighting Reports"
  31. Episode 138 "Harvest Time"
  32. 32.0 32.1 Episode 130 "A Story About Us"
  33. 33.0 33.1 Episode 173 "The Hundred Year Play"
  34. 34.0 34.1 Episode 34 "A Beautiful Dream"
  35. Episode 17 "Valentine"
  36. 36.0 36.1 Episode 58 "Monolith"
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 Episode 93 "Big Sister"
  38. Episode 56 "Homecoming"
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 Episode 20 "Poetry Week"
  40. 40.0 40.1 Episode 35 "Lazy Day"
  41. Episode 3 "Station Management"
  42. Episode 88 "Things Fall Apart"
  43. Episode 86 "Standing and Breathing"
  44. 44.0 44.1 Episode 141 "Save Dark Owl Records"
  45. Episode 29 "Subway"
  46. Episode 158 "The Battle for Time"
  47. Episode 15 "Street Cleaning Day"
  48. Episode 53 "The September Monologues"
  49. 49.0 49.1 Episode 115 "Council Member Flynn, Part 2"
  50. Episode 170 "To the Family and Friends"
  51. Episode 156 "The Trouble with Time"
  52. 52.0 52.1 Episode 147 "The Protester"
  53. Episode 9 ""PYRAMID""
  54. 54.0 54.1 Episode 151 "The Waterfall"
  55. Episode 78 "Cooking Stuff: Thanksgiving Special"
  56. Episode 191 "The Many, Many Lives of Frank Chen"
  57. Episode 8 "The Lights in Radon Canyon"
  58. Episode 2 "Glow Cloud"
  59. 59.0 59.1 Episode 150 "The Birthday of Lee Marvin"
  60. Episode 96 "Negotiations"
  61. Live show "Condos"
  62. Episode 72 "Well of Night"
  63. Spelling of Shawn
  64. 64.0 64.1 Episode 44 "Cookies"
  65. 65.0 65.1 Episode 91 "The 12:37"
  66. Episode 73 "Triptych"
  67. Episode 24 "The Mayor"
  68. Episode 19A "The Sandstorm (Part A)"
  69. Episode 69 "Fashion Week"
  70. Episode 28 "Summer Reading Program"
  71. Episode 12 "The Candidate"
  72. Episode 94 "All Right"
  73. Episode 11 "Wheat & Wheat By-Products"
  74. Episode 162 "Alpha"
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