Cyrus Dorian

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Name Cyrus Dorian
Actor Dee Jay Jackson
Dates  ???? - April 1963 (killed by Martin Robinson)
2006 (spirit laid to rest when his bones are burned and the phantom truck is lured to consecrated ground)
Location Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Occupation Vengeful Spirit
Episode(s) 1.13 Route 666

History

Cyrus dated Cassie Robinson's mother, unbeknownst to Cyrus she was secretly seeing Martin Robinson, and eventually broke things off with Cyrus. This Enraged Cyrus, who went about committing a series of suspicious car accidents involving African-American men, however nothing was done about it. He eventually finds out about the pending nuptials and proceeds to burn down the church they were to be married in, killing the children's choir. Cyrus then attacked Martin, and beat him severely. However, Martin managed to free himself and proceeded to beat Cyrus to death. With the help of two of his friends, Clayton Solmes and Jimmy Anderson, he disposed of Cyrus' body and truck in a swamp. Harold Todd, a young deputy at the time, knew of the crime, but covered it up because he knew of Cyrus's murder of the children.

Episodes

Cyrus Dorian's truck.

1.13 Route 666

When Harold Todd, now Mayor of Cape Girardeau, Missouri purchased the old Dorian home and bulldozed it, it inadvertently awakened Dorian's spirit and caused it to become restless and seek revenge on the people that were involved in his death. The following day, Clayton was killed, and within three weeks, Cassie's father is also killed by the "phantom truck."

After Sam and Dean arrive, Jimmy, now the newspaper editor and Cassie's boss, is run off the road to his death by the Dorian's truck. Mayor Todd is also run down and killed, and Cassie and her mother are threatened to be next. The boys drag the truck from the swamp and salt and burn Cyrus' body, but to no avail. As the truck pursues Dean in the Impala, Sam directs Dean to lure it over the consecrated ground where the church was, and Cyrus is finally laid to rest.

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