Balderick Christanthemum
Full name Balderick Christanthemum
Gender Male
Status Alive
Birth 1921
Nationality British
Residence Belfriar, Kensington Heights, England
Profession Retired War Colonel
Affiliation(s) British Army (Formerly)
Appearance(s) Gold Dust
Balderick Christanthemum was a suspect in the murder investigation of Sheridan Countfield-Bannington in Gold Dust (Case #1 of Kensington Heights).


Balderick is a retired colonel from World War Two, he wears a green and brown flat cap, he wears a green jumper, and a golden necklace with a cross on it. It is known he uses saffron.

Height 6'4"
Age 95
Weight 156 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood O+

Role in Case(s)

Gold Dust

Balderick is first spoken to when a small gun was found next to Sheridan's body. Balderick said that as he was a trusted retired war colonel, he was given a gun for protection. When asked if he knew something about Sheridan, he said that Sheridan was a nice young woman, and that he was with her when he dropped it.

Balderick was spoken to again when he was found drunk on the street. He said that it was Sheridan's fault that he turned out as a drunk. The gun was confiscated, and Balderick was calmed down.

Balderick was found innocent when Arthur Bloomingthal was found guilty.

The team visited Balderick, who said that his old pistol had been stolen, and that it could be used as a deadly assault weapon. The team looked around the HQ, the found the pistol, and returned it to Balderick, who gave them his old uniform. 

Case Appearances


  • Balderick is a parody of British actor and comedian, Tony Robinson


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