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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

The Zombie Elephant was an irregular mutant created after an elephant was infected with the t-virus. 1


The first and only known Zombie Elephant was documented during the 1998 t-virus outbreak in Raccoon City. The main attraction of the city zoo, an African Bush Elephant named "Oscar", became infected with the virus.

This diary was discovered by a group of outbreak survivors within the confines of the Raccoon City Zoo in a control booth located directly above the elephant stage area.

Official Transcript 

When I was cleaning up the junk around here, I came across an old BGM tape.  I played it to see what it was, and it was the old zoo parade theme. 

According to old man Joseph, there used to be a big elaborate parade in which they outfitted the elephant in Christmas lights up until about 15 years ago.  He says Oscar was the star of that parade for years.