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Raymond Douglas was the deputy chief of police of the Raccoon City police department.


On September 24, 1998, Douglas spearheaded the R.P.D.'s countermeasures and coordinated evacuations with the National Guard during the t-virus outbreak in Raccoon City. He posted an evacuation notice in Raccoon Zoo and subsequently attempted to evacuate civilians from the vicinity of Warren Stadium.

Stoneville was a small country town in the American Midwest and the nearest town to Raccoon City.


The Raccoon-Stoneville Line was a tram line linking the two towns. It travelled from Raccoon Street Station eastwards and over the Circular River. The two towns were also connected by the Kite Brothers Railway. Barry Burton and Robert Kendo often went fishing in the town. 1

Neptune (Code No. "FI-03") was an early marine B.O.W. (Bio Organic Weapon) model based on sharks, developed by the Umbrella Corporation through injecting a Great White shark with an in-development strain of the t-virus, and later observed in the form of Bull sharks. The purpose of its development was not to achieve results as a combat weapon, but to confirm whether the t-virus could adapt to creatures other than those on land.

Nikolai Zinoviev (Николай Зиновьев) was an Umbrella Corporation agent and former Sergeant in the Soviet Armed Forces. He was a highly skilled and merciless individual concerned only with financial gain. His field work contributed to B.O.W. (Bio Organic Weapons) research and development.