|Captain Harry Hugo|
|Full name||Harry Hugo|
|Cause of death||Hyperthermia|
|Residence||Pacific Bay, U.S.|
|Family||Betty Hugo (wife)|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #28: The Hunger Planes (s2)|
Harry was an Osprey Airlines pilot with brown eyes, reddish blond hair and mustache. At the time of his death, he was seen donning a pilot's outfit. He was married to Betty Hugo, and met his demise moments after losing control of what would turn out to be his last Osprey Airlines flight.
Chief Marquez ordered the team of Amy and the player to head to White Peaks' dangerous volcano summit in search for an Osprey Airlines flight reported missing two weeks prior to the events of this case.
The rescue mission was anything but a simple rescue mission as the player found the plane's pilot, Captain Hugo, hanging over a lava pit like a rotisserie in the White Peaks volcanic summit. To Amy, it seemed that the survivors were desperate as if Captain Hugo was labeled as plausible bait but to the player, it was declared murder as the victim's face suggested that he was roasted and skinned alive and died a slow but painful death. The player did not hesitate to ship the body to Roxie for autopsy.
Roxie concluded upon completion of her autopsy that the victim was toasted to death on a lava pit, but examining the body, the victim was clubbed on the head, tied to a stake, and roasted over the lava. The heat of the lava cooked Captain Hugo's insides which resulted in Roxie registering the murder weapon as the rotisserie. Furthermore, Roxie could not believe that the victim was covered in tooth marks not to mention partially skinned, but more so she found a strange chemical called calcium phosphate, an ingredient used in certain herbal toothpastes. This made Amy register the killer utilizing herbal toothpaste for oral hygiene.
Killer and motives
The killer turned out to be crash survivor Bobby Prince.
Amy was aghast when the player found Bobby guilty of grand homicide, to which he thought the player made a mistake, but Amy sought to put her game head back on when she presented evidence of Bobby's guilt during the moment of his arrest. Amy snapped at Bobby for his wanton lies and demanded him to tell the player the truth, and so Bobby complied.
Bobby had no food and/or hope and did not like the revelation that Captain Hugo kept his greedy self as the man of the spotlight—specifically Captain Hugo and Bobby looked for help, but when an avalanche throttled the two, Captain Hugo took everything away from Bobby and left him for dead. Bobby survived the avalanche, but was bereft of his survival supplies thanks to Captain Hugo's thievery. Bobby was starving, so he pounced on Captain Hugo, smashed his head with a broken plane controller, and then tied the pilot to a spit allowing Captain Hugo to be roasted over the lava. Bobby controlled his cannibalistic instinct after Amy's arrival, but Amy did not care about Bobby anymore and alas the player took Bobby to court.
Bobby told Judge Dante he had to do anything to survive as if there was no tomorrow. Judge Dante gave Bobby 30 years in jail with mandatory psychological counseling for the cannibalistic murder of Captain Hugo aside from the jokes he cracked before issuing the final judgment. The arrest stunned Amy to no end as although she was glad to be back in White Peaks, she realized her childhood life were all lies all along—forcing her to take refuge in the snowy hills to clear her mind of the lies which lie within her youth. Frank had to talk some sense into Amy as the outcome was more than what she could handle not to mention the player telling her that there is always hope and good within her.
- The Hunger Planes (Case #28 of Pacific Bay)
- The Final Countdown (Case #59 of Pacific Bay; mentioned)