Doctor Ormond Sacker was a Scottish pathologist who was based in London during the 1890s. While his more refined colleague Professor George Litefoot was initially not terribly fond of the slovenly Dr Sacker, he eventually became a trusted ally of his and, to a lesser extent, Henry Gordon Jago. (AUDIO: The Bellova Devil)
On occasion, he assisted Sgt Quick with investigations being carried out by the Metropolitan Police Service, usually when Litefoot was not available. (AUDIO: The Theatre of Dreams)
He was a member of the Far-Off Travellers Club (AUDIO: The Bellova Devil) and was extremely fond of brandy, often mixing it with his tea even while working. (AUDIO: The Theatre of Dreams)
Sacker met his death when he was brutally torn apart by Lord Ruthven in his beastly form. (AUDIO: The Ruthven Inheritance)
Sacker had at least one child before his death. (AUDIO: The Age of Revolution)
Behind the scenes Edit
"Ormond Sacker" was the name that Arthur Conan Doyle considered for a biographer of Sherlock Holmes before settling on "John Watson".