Age: Died at age 30
Occupation: Unemployed; picks up odd jobs here and there
Myers-Briggs Personality Type: ISTJ
Setting: Detroit, winter of 1954
A World War II veteran that came home only to be killed, Walter's view on the world has been skewed ever since. His fatalistic attitude has given him the air of a loner, keeping to himself for the most part. Despite his morose ways, he's well known for his reliability and competence whenever given a task. Often times when Charlie needs an extra hand with something, Walter's the first person he seeks out. It's just when he needs help with a more delicate project does this dead cabbie get caught up in something well over everyone's head.
Strengths: reliable, level-headed, observant, immortal with shapeshifting abilities
Weaknesses: fades in light, fatalistic, vengeful, stick-in-the-mud
Likes: driving and cars, the Nightingale club, radio shows, irritating Boyer
Dislikes: his current situation, gross abuse of power, loud spaces, Boyer
Extra notes: I usually draw him in his taxi driver outfit since that's technically his default since he died in it, but he doesn't really like the fact he died in it and will, from time to time, shift his shape into alternate outfits. Usually this one.