Silvio Santorini
Biographical information
Full name Silvio Santorini
Gender Male
Status Deceased
Birth 1992
Death 2019
Cause of death Burning
Nationality Italy Italian
Residence Pheadmouth
Family Artemio Santorini (adoptive father)
Samuela Santorini (adoptive mother)
Vitto Santorini (adoptive uncle)
Sofia Santorini (adoptive aunt)
Riccardo Santorini (adoptive uncle)
Francesco Santorini (adoptive grandfather)
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case: Pheadmouth
First appeared Case #7: Per Sempre Tua

Silvio Santorini (1992-2019) was a suspect in the murder investigation of his mother, businesswoman Samuela Santorini, in Per Sempre Tua (Case #7 of Pheadmouth) before getting murdered in Fire Up (Case #11 of Pheadmouth).


Silvio was the 26-year-old man with curly brown hair and blue eyes. He was seen wearing a grey jacket with yellow sleeves and sporting a pair of yellow sunglasses over his head. It is known that Silvio drank wine, spoke Italian and liked gardening.

Height 5'7"
Age 26
Weight 150 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood Type AB+

Events of Criminal Case: Pheadmouth

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Murder details

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Killer and motives

The killer turned out to be his friend, Paula Caruso.

Admitting to the murder, Paula said that Silvio's murder was self-defense, explaining that Silvio was going to kill her first. When Silvio came home from his argument with his father Artemio, he discovered the secret laboratory behind the big family portrait. Silvio then went down there and discovered Paula in the laboratory. He was then angry and confronted her about this. Paula then explained to him that she was the one who blackmailed Tanner O'Brien into stealing body parts of the victims "for her master". Silvio was then filled with rage and frustration because his friend Tanner was gotten in prison all because of Paula and her master. He then pushed her down and said that he would call the police for her and her master's actions. They started fighting. Wanting to protect herself, she locked herself in a small room where she then made a Molotov cocktail, threatening Silvio to throw it at him. Since he did not stop kicking her, she threw the Molotov cocktail at him and laughed while watching him shriek and scream in pain. Judge Park sentenced Paula to 35 years in prison with psychological counselling.

Case appearances


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