Dell is a recurring character in Lovecraft Country. She is portrayed by Jamie Neumann.

She was the groundskeeper for Samuel Braithwhite's estate.

Throughout the Series[edit | edit source]

Season 1[edit | edit source]

Whitey's on the Moon[edit | edit source]

Dell is approached by Atticus, Letitia, and George in regards to her dog whistle. Atticus asks why she has the whistle, alluding to the monsters, but she doesn’t respond. George asks if she’s the sheriff given that she's standing in front of the only stone building in the entire village. But it’s actually where she hangs her meat. Dell explains that they have animals in the village who break into the cottages in search of food, but they can’t get into the stone cellar. She tells them how they have an uncontrollable black bear population. She remarks that the "blacks are bad enough," and that "they’re clever enough to cause mischief."

Dell and Christina find them surrounded by two monsters. Christina blows her whistle and the creatures flee. She then orders Dell to escort Atticus to her father’s lab and George and Leti to their rooms.[1]

I Am.[edit | edit source]

Dell's body lays in Christina's basement and her blood is being used by her to create the metamorphosis potion.[2]

Rewind 1921[edit | edit source]

Christina reveals to Ruby that Dell was her father's groundskeeper and has been in a coma ever since Leti hit her in the head with a shovel.[3]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Dell sees colored people as less than intelligent. She says they're not smart, but clever enough to cause mischief.

Physical Appearance[edit | edit source]

Dell is a young white woman with shoulder length brown hair and blue eyes.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Season One

Quotes[edit | edit source]

No, no grizzlies, just black bears. But the blacks are bad enough. They're smart. They're not smart smart. They're beasts, but they're clever enough to cause mischief. And they're persistent, always sticking their noses where they don't belong. I suggest you all head back on up to the lodge before the sun goes down. You don't want to miss dinner.

Dell to George, Whitey's on the Moon

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