|Full name||Evelyn Cunningham|
|Family||Brison Cunningham (half-brother)|
Kendra Campos (adoptive sister)
Theodore Cunningham (father; estranged)
|Partner(s)||Bryce Tent (fiancé)|
|Affiliation(s)||Howling Valley High School|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case 15: The Goblin's Revenge (s1)|
Evelyn Cunningham was a suspect during the murder of student Liam Thomas in The Goblin's Revenge (Case #15 of Rosenoque) and socialite Gwendolyn White in The Tell-Tale Heart (Case #25 of Rosenoque), as well appearing as a quasi-suspect in three other cases. She later returned as a suspect in the murder investigations of socialite Kristina de Valz in Arrow Meets the Target (Case #2 of The Mystery), supposed vampire Ambrosia Cruorem in Flight of the Bats (Case #25 of The Mystery) and old man Frederick Kregeru in A Holideath's Spirit (Case #S1 of The Mystery). She also appeared as a quasi-suspect in three cases.
As a 17-year-old student of the Howling Valley High School, Evelyn has black shoulder length hair and brown eyes concealed behind a pair of black aviator glasses. She is seen wearing a tank top with a skull and "METAL" on it in red letters, as well a spike choker.
In her first suspect appearance, it is known she has a high school lapel pin on her tank top. It is discovered that she eats sprinkle donuts, reads the Westchester Weekly and knows physics.
In her second suspect appearance, it is known that she has a scar on her cheek. It is noted that she reads Edgar Allen Poe and eats golden caviar.
Events of Criminal Case
- The Goblin's Revenge (Case #15 of Rosenoque)
- No Time to Clown Around (Case #23 of Rosenoque)
- The Tell-Tale Heart (Case #25 of Rosenoque)
- Let's Drink to Death (Case #34 of Rosenoque)
- Disorder in the Court (Case #48 of Rosenoque)
- Arrow Meets the Target (Case #2 of The Mystery)
- Flight of the Bats (Case #25 of The Mystery)
- Daring For the Arts (Case #31 of The Mystery)
- To Breathe His Last (Case #35 of The Mystery)
- A Holideath's Spirit (Case #S1 of The Mystery)
- Soul of the Party (Case #48 of The Mystery)