Prof. Nate Gagnon
Biographical information
Full name Nathan Gagnon
Gender Male
Status Alive
Birth 1971
Personal information
Nationality France French
Origin Paris, France
Past profession(s) University history professor
Notable relationships
Affiliation(s) International Crime Agency
The International Crime Agency
Rank Historian
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appearance Case #1: Crying Bloody Murder (s2)
Don't regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many.
—Nathan Gagnon

Prof. Nathan "Nate" Gagnon is the historian of the International Crime Agency.


Hailing from Paris, France, Nathan is a 45-year-old historian who worked as a university history professor and archaeologist prior to his tenure to the agency. He wears a blue striped and buttoned waistcoat, polka-dotted tie and white shirt underneath a blue striped suit. Nathan has bright brown eyes and wavy blonde hair. Being a middle-aged man, Nathan sports light wrinkles on his face. He is known to be a sophisticated, a bit of a bookworm, and loquacious.

Nathan holds 20 PhDs and is fluent in 50 languages.

Height 6'3"
Age 45
Weight 168 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood B+



Notable Events of Criminal Case


Nathan's job is to analyze physical objects and/or clues that require historical study and research, such as artifacts, and to return the results after a certain amount of time.

Below is the list of analyses Nathan performs throughout the course of the game:

Case #1: Crying Bloody Murder

  • Note (09:00:00)
  • Veil (06:00:00)

Case #2: A Pain in the Neck

  • Engraved Vase (03:00:00)
  • Hieroglyphs (12:00:00)

Case #3: A Touch of Spice

  • Confession Message (12:00:00)

Case #4: Death of the Virgin

  • Italian Message (09:00:00)
  • Relic (09:00:00)

Case #5: Little Dead Rotting Hood

  • Artifact (06:00:00)
  • Writing on Card (03:00:00)

Case #6: Green About the Gills

  • Old Article (06:00:00)
  • Chest (15:00:00)
  • Map (09:00:00)

Case Appearance(s)

As one of the main characters and the historian of the agency, Nathan appears in any World Edition case in which a clue requires historical study and research.

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