|Full name||Virginia Watchbird|
|Cause of death||Impalement|
|Residence||Pacific Bay, U.S.|
|Family||Charlie Watchbird (cousin)|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #29: The White Peaks Project (s2)|
Virginia had green eyes and hazel brown hair underneath a light maroon winter cap. Furthermore, she sported a brown fur coat, a blue t-shirt, and a black scarf.
Virginia was found by the team of Frank Knight and the player, impaled on a tree in the woods, after which the player did not hesitate to ship her body to Roxie Sparks for autopsy. Roxie made the autopsy result plain and simple: the murder weapon was the tree branch which impaled Virginia. The killer shoved Virginia against the tree, and due to the amount of force the killer used during the push, the victim was impaled by the tree's branch, resulting in a slow, painful death. Amy interfered during Roxie's report, which Frank did not like at all, alas Roxie made it clear that Amy had every right to know since Virginia was important to the junior cop.
Following Amy's interruption, Roxie spotted the bruises which were the result of the killer touching Virginia. Also, Roxie could not help but take a closer look at the victim's clothes, in which she spotted traces of pumpkin soup. This observation made it clear that the killer ate pumpkin soup.
Killer and motives
The killer turned out to be film producer Lola Dickinson.
Lola stated that she intended to finish a documentary about the Night Walker's existence but at the condition of having Virginia alive, but Frank had to cut off Lola for a moment to prove her guilt due to evidence found in the murder investigation including but not limited to her blood found on the pocket knife Virginia used to fend for herself before she was murdered. Lola thus admitted to grand homicide and explicitly made it clear that it was an accident, so she explained what happened before both Frank and the player.
People in White Peaks wanted historical information about the masked creature known as the Night Walker, and in order to simulate this feat, Lola talked to Virginia about the Night Walker, but angered the victim every time she talked about it in front of her face. Alas Lola followed Virginia as if she was the Night Walker to instill fear into the victim, resulting in Virginia being terrified due to the Night Walker following her. Lola then revealed herself to Virginia, resulting in the latter stabbing Lola with a pocket knife, forcing Lola to shove Virginia against a tree, but she did not know that the amount of force she exerted impaled Virginia. Frank thus made it clear to Lola that she lied to both the player and himself, so the player shipped Lola to face trial.
Lola told Judge Dante that Virginia would be remembered for the work she had done for the Night Walker documentary, deducing the murder made the victim a part of the Night Walker legend, to which Judge Dante was disgusted since he believed Virginia was entitled to a road of opportunities which Lola denied through an act of murder. Judge Dante decided thus that the murder was not an accident as Lola originally thought it was, so he gave the film producer a 25-year jail sentence for the first-degree murder of Virginia Watchbird.
- Virginia's camera was made by Meteor Systems. A logo of the company can be seen while repairing the camera.
- The White Peaks Project (Case #29 of Pacific Bay)
- The End of the Night (Case #30 of Pacific Bay; mentioned)