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Bruno Camper
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Biographical information
Full name Bruno Camper
Gender Male
Status Deceased
Age 36
Birth 1983
Death 2019
Cause of death Puncture wound to the brain
Nationality Flag of USA American
Residence Venusville
Profession(s) Archaeologist
Family Christy Camper (sister)
Partner(s) Celine Long (girlfriend)
Affiliation(s) Order of Specters
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case Venusville
First appeared Case #13 Nailing It
Bruno Camper (1983-2019) was the victim in Nailing It (Case #13 of Venusville).

Profile

Bruno was a 36 year-old archaeologist. He had short dark brown hair, blue eyes, and a faint stubble. He wore a gray hat, a sky blue shirt underneath a brown jacket, and a white and green plaid scarf.

Murder Details

Bruno was found dead at excavation site with three nails in his forehead. Philip Perry said that nail gun is a possible murder weapon. He also found pumpking soup on his face, when the killer spat on him, meaning that the killer eats pumpkin soup.

Killer and motives

The killer was revealed to be soldier Warren Mathis.

Upon admitting to the murder, Warren said that Bruno killed his wife and his baby. Warren's wife, Melody, was an an archaeologist, working for Bruno. Few months later, Melody got married to Warren and eventually she got pregnant. Melody wanted to sick leave, but Bruno didn't approved that, saying that future of their company depends on Melody and that he needs her to work. When Melody was in her 7th month of pregnancy, an accident happend on the excavation site. Giant stone block fell on Melody, killing her and her unborn baby. Warren was devastated since he lost his child and his wife in one day. Worst thing is that Bruno didn't even cared that pregnant woman died all because of his selfishness. When Warren confronted him about this, Bruno said all of this happend only because Melody was a dumb female, like some of his workers. Next day, Warren brought a nail gun with him and followed Bruno to excavation site before shooting three nails in his forehead. Judge Grayson Pierre sentenced him to 5 years in prison.

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