Sarchie isn’t the only one polic­ing the su­per­nat­u­ral…

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Ab­bie Mills

Sleepy Hol­low As one half of Sleepy

Hol­low’s Apoc­a­lypse- avert­ing Wit­nesses, Ab­bie Mills spends more time in­volved in su­per­nat­u­ral shenani­gans than in­ves­ti­gat­ing liquor store rob­beries. Along with time- trav­el­ling Brit Ich­a­bod Crane she’s stopped the Sand­man, a suc­cubus and has fre­quent run- ins with the Head­less Horse­man.

Nick Burkha rdt


This Port­land homi­cide de­tec­tive be­longs to a long line of Grimms, hunters who can per­ceive the su­per­nat­u­ral crea­tures liv­ing amongst hu­man­ity. Handy when in­ves­ti­gat­ing cases in­volv­ing “We­sens”, such as the were­wolf- ish Blut­baden, ogre- like Sieg­barste and porcine Bauer­schwein.

Peter Gran t

Rivers Of London

The pro­tag­o­nist of Ben Aaronovitch’s nov­els is not only a po­lice con­sta­ble but also an ap­pren­tice wizard. He’s en­coun­tered ev­ery­thing from ghosts and wa­ter spir­its to vam­pires and dryads.

Wil­liam Kin­der­man

The Ex­or­cist II

In Wil­liam Peter Blatty’s un­der­rated 1990 se­quel, George C Scott’s lieu­tenant in­ves­ti­gates mur­ders bear­ing the hall­mark of a se­rial killer who was ex­e­cuted 15 years ago. He even­tu­ally dis­cov­ers that the mur­derer’s soul es­caped by pos­sess­ing the body of Fa­ther Kar­ras.

John Hobbes


Den­zel Wash­ing­ton stars as a Philly cop on the trail of an ap­par­ent copy­cat killer; turns out that both sets of mur­ders were the work of a body- hop­ping de­mon called Azazel.

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