Robert Dodds was the founder of Banquo Manor.
Dodds had it built by the Adam's brother with money inherited from his aunt. He though himself a great actor, in particular for his role as Banquo in the play, Macbeth. He had two plaques with Banquo's speeches placed in the house.
He was murdered by his aunt's granddaughter, Pamela, while practising for the play. It was rumoured it was revenge for him having supposedly killed her grandmother. She stabbed him in the master bedroom and drank his blood.