Lead Editor of the Trumpeter, Chicagoland's second largest newspaper.
Mr. Applejohn inherited editorship of The trumpeter from his father, soon after it was passed down the reputability and reliability of the paper went down rather sharply. Mr. Applejohns flair for the strange made for some….interesting stories taking the front page of the paper. His interest in things that go bump in the night was overshadowed only by his interest in whiskey, which was another contributing factor in the papers new twist. Applejohn doesn’t really care about the quality of the story only that there is a story to be printed on schedule. Even so all the forces of heaven and hell may not be able to protect you if you are late getting an assignment in.