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4753 Hildabrand Road
Category: Street address
Continent: North America
Country: United States of America
State: Oregon
City: Portland
Notable apperances: Grimm
1st appearance: "Pilot"

4753 Hildabrand Road is a fictional location featured on the NBC television series Grimm. It is a minor location and it only appeared in the pilot episode of the series.

Description Edit

4753 Hildabrand Road is a street address located in Portland, Oregon. It is the home of the Howell family, which consists of a woman named Mrs. Howell, her father and young daughter, Robin Howell. The postman who serviced that route was actually a subspecies of Wesen known as a blutbad, which is a form of werewolf. In addition to being a blutbad, the postman was also a serial killer. He saw Robin walking to school one day and took note of her red sweater, which seemed to be a common characteristic amongst his victims. He abducted her on a trail near Berkeley Park and brought her back to his cabin deep in the woods. Although this technically qualified as a missing persons case, the similarity between the abduction and a previous murder warranted the attention of the Portland Police Bureau homicide division. Detectives Nick Burkhardt and Hank Griffin responded to the call and interviewed Mrs. Howell and her father. Fortunately, they were able to find and rescue Robin. [1]

Residents Edit

  • Robin Howell
  • Robin Howell's mother
  • Robin Howell's grandfather

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