Clay Scalper
Full name Clay Scalper
Gender Male
Status Alive
Birth 1959
Nationality British
Residence East Kensington, Kensington Heights, England
Profession Unemployed
Appearance(s) Something in the Water

Clay Scalper was a suspect in the investigation of Wallace Starch in Something in the Water (Case #10 of Kensington Heights).


Clay is a bald man of 57 years. He has blue eyes and stubble growing on his jaw. He wore a navy blue fleece with a black zip over a white t-shirt.

In his first appearance, it is known he smokes.

Height 6'1"
Age 57
Weight 137 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood A-

Role in Case(s)

Something in the Water

Clay is first spoken to when a lottery ticket under his name was found next to Wallace's body. Clay shrugged the accusations off and told the player that he went to the water treatment facility centre to see a friend, there was nothing wrong with that.

Clay is later spoken to when it is revealed to have been friends with Wallace until very recently. Wallace and Clay had been friends since childhood, and had found common ground on not being very rich at all. Apparently, this was all the friendship was built on as when Clay found out Wallace had won big on the horses and was now suddenly very rich, he did not tell Clay. Clay requested for a cigarette if he was required to stay any longer.

Clay was found innocent when Jake Bont was found guilty of killing Wallace.

Case Appearances


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