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Professor George Edward Challenger

Title(s):Professor of Physics

Police Rank:Detective Chief Inspector of the Metropolitan Police (DCI)

Age: 36

Date of Birth: 1852

Birthplace: London, England

Education: Highly Educated

Education: Highly Educated (Went to Oxford, Eton)

Eton University: Studied Particle Physics as well as Mathematics under the tutelage of Professor Ravensdale and began a professor years later.

University of Oxford: Majoring in Criminal Law.. He changed his career from being a Physics Professor to Metropolitan Police Officer; which he followed in his father’s footsteps and rose through the ranks from Constable to Inspector. Years later due to unfortunate circumstances became DCI (Detective Chief Inspector)

Occupation(s): Detective Chief Inspector and occasionally Professor of Physics.

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Parents: Edward George Challenger, Commander of the Metropolitan Police Department and his wife, Constance Anne (nee Millwood) Challenger, (Constance is the eldest sister of Julia Millwood)

Issue(s): 5 children, Geroge being the eldest son

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Amelia Ravensdale

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Charles Nemor

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