|Minor Character: Miami|
|Pathology|| Budding Serial Killer|
|No. of Victims|| 2 killed|
|Portrayed By||David Lee|
"They were never really alive. I was doing them a favor."
"People seem to think there's an immediate reaction. It's like a sunburn: it takes a while before it shows up."
Pike was once very physically active, but when he was diagnosed with phototoxicity, allergy to the sun, he was forced to stay indoors during the bright hours of the day. As a result he started to obsess over the people outside who could move around freely, even buying a telescope so he could watch them. He became angered that they were wasting their lives and started killing them.
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Pike would spy on his victims using telescope through his apartment window, targeting those he felt were wasting their lives (of the four people he targeted, three would spend a lot of their time with electronics). He strangled his victims to death with a garrote wire concealed in his wristwatch. He used the cover of an eclipse or night because of his condition. With the exception of Ronnie Temple, all the victims were attacked in their homes.
- October 28: Diana Long (spent excessive time on her computer)
- October 29:
- Ronnie Temple (sold drugs by his cabana; killed during an eclipse)
- Mario Montero (attempted, but survived; the attack was interrupted; spent excessive time on his computer)
- October 30: Unnamed victim (intended; played video games)