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Bartlett Hale

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Appearances
Season(s)
1
First seen
Last seen
Appeared in
2 episodes (see below)
Mentioned in
Biographical Information
Also Known As
  • Great Uncle Bartlett
Status
Deceased
Age
Turning age
Vampire age
Date of birth
()
Date turned
()
Date of death
2009
Profession
  • Retired
Religion
Gender
Male
Family Information

Niall Brigant - Ancestor
John William Stackhouse - Ancestor (deceased) †
Jonas Stackhouse - Ancestor (deceased) †
Adele Stackhouse - Sister (deceased) †
Earl Stackhouse - Brother-in-law (deceased) † Francis Stackhouse - Brother-in-law (deceased) †
Corbett Stackhouse - Nephew (deceased) †
Michelle Stackhouse - Niece (Corbett's Wife) (deceased) †
Linda Stackhouse - Niece
Sookie Stackhouse - Great-Niece
Unnamed Great-Nephew (Sookie's Husband)
Unborn 2x-Great-Nephew/Niece (Sookie's Child)
Jason Stackhouse - Great-Nephew
Brigette Stackhouse - Great-Niece (Jason's Wife)
3 Unnamed 2x-Great-Nieces (Jason's Children)
Hadley Stackhouse - Great-Niece

Hunter Savoy - 2x-Great-Newphew
Supernatural Information
Species
Powers
  • All human abilities
Has shifted into
Notable Progeny
Notable kills
Cause of death
Drained of Blood
Killed by
Physical Appearance
Height
Hair color
-
Eye color
-
Portrayed by
Actress
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Bartlett Hale was the great uncle of Jason and Sookie Stackhouse on the HBO original series True Blood. Played by American actor Cheyenne Wilbur, Bartlett makes his debut on the episode "Cold Ground" in the series' first season. The brother of Adele Stackhouse, Bartlett meets an untimely demise on the subsequent episode, "Burning House of Love", in the same season.

PersonalityEdit

Bartlett was shown to be a selfish, manipulative man, abusing his great-niece Sookie's trust and young age to abuse her. It seemed that only a handful of people knew of Bartlett's crimes, implying he never took responsibility for his actions. He did, however, leave Sookie a substantial amount of money in his will, indicating he could be generous, though this hardly makes amends for his appalling behaviour to Sookie during her childhood.

BiographyEdit

BackgroundEdit

Season 1Edit

"Cold Ground"Edit

According to Sookie, Bartlett molested her on more than one occasion during her youth prompting her to distrust him severely. She told Bartlett's sister - her grandmother Adele - and Adele, Sookie said, "ran him off and never spoke to him again". She did not tell anybody else until she told the vampire Bill Compton. ("Cold Ground")

"Burning House of Love"Edit

Seeking to avenge Sookie's pain, Bill, after learning the truth about Bartlett, hunted him down, drained him of blood and dumped the body in a stream nearby. When Sookie found out about what Bill had done, she became upset that he undertook such a task without her knowledge or consent. Out of ignorance of Bartlett's crimes, Jason defended his great uncle's right to be present at Gran's funeral and wholeheartedly mourned the man's mysterious death.

Bartlett's death was ruled an accident by local authorities and, in his will, he left Sookie a large sum of money. She felt wrong about keeping the money, so she gave it to Jason. Jason thought the windfall was a sign from God, so he used it to fund his trip to the Light of Day Institute. ("Burning House of Love")

AppearancesEdit

Season one appearances
"Strange Love" "The First Taste" "Mine" "Escape from Dragon House"
"Sparks Fly Out" "Cold Ground" "Burning House of Love" "Fourth Man in the Fire"
"Plaisir D'Amour" "I Don't Wanna Know" "To Love Is to Bury" "You'll Be the Death of Me"

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