Gwen Stanford
Biographical information
Full name Gwen Stanford
Gender Female
Status Alive
Birth 1998
Nationality Flag of USA American
Residence Pacific Bay, U.S.
Family Joe Stanford (father)
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appeared Case #20: Open Wounds (s2)

Gwen Stanford was one of the suspects during the murder investigation of her father, reenactment actor Joe Stanford, in Open Wounds (Case #20 of Pacific Bay).


Gwen is a 16-year-old teenaged female with blonde hair and brown eyes. She wears pink, round earrings, a sooted nurse cap, and a navy cloak with a medical badge on it. She sports a silver dolphin necklace and a blue pinstripe t-shirt with overalls which she wears a cotton flower upon. It is known that Gwen drinks mint julep.

Height 5'0"
Age 16
Weight 110 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood A+

Events of Criminal Case

Gwen is the daughter of the late Joe Stanford.

Gwen found herself in trouble after Frank and the player found a locked phone in which the player code-cracked the device only for Gwen to scream in anger. Gwen took time to tell the team that her dad took her cell phone away but the player wanted to inform Gwen about Joe being murdered in the American Civil War reenactment stage in which Gwen didn't take the news well. Gwen told Frank and the player that she had a fight with her dad about her cell phone, as she needed her cell phone to keep connected to Friendnet, much to Gwen having beliefs that Joe loved the reenactment stage more than her.

Gwen found herself in more trouble after Hannah found out she had used her dad's credit card to purchase junk food at the Cannonball Saloon. Gwen proved to be a drama-queen during her second discussion with Frank and the player as she was not pleased about her dad imposing a strict diet on her person--she was to eat bean and rice rations, wear 1860's clothing, have no electricity, use no cell phones, have no Friendnet, eat no junk food, drink no mint juleps, even have no modern-day scenery--driving Gwen over the line.

Gwen's discontent with her father's lifestyle had nothing to do with the murder when the killer was impounded for grand homicide.

Case appearances