|Adam Greydon Reid
|6.21 Let It Bleed
Judah is an H.P. Lovecraft enthusiast, who felt that Lovecraft was literature and should be taught in school.
When Sam, Dean, and Bobby learn that Lovecraft may have opened a door to Purgatory on March 10th, 1937, Bobby pays a visit to Judah, who has the world's largest collection of H.P. Lovecraft's personal letters, and tries to get some information about the night in question. Judah reveals to Bobby that a man fitting Castiel's description was also inquiring about the letters, and when he goes to show Bobby the letters he finds that they have gone missing.