Harold Harris lead a perfectly normal life, with a wife, two kids, small station wagon, a house in the suburbs and two dogs, named spot and spike. He has an immense love for animals, and has enjoyed a moderate success in making national documentaries, his best works are The inconspicuous Sparrow and The long eared desert rabbit.
After some financial troubles, he applied for a job at the Times documentary department. In leaving the building after his interview, Harris was unlucky enough to encounter a band of vicious hooligans, known as the The Bloodfists.
He was recruited at gunpoint, and forced to act as a private camera-guy for the gang, filming all off their sinister acts up until their demise. With this footage he was able to make the awardwinning documentaries, The rise and fall of the Bloodfist gang and Bloodfist’s reincarnation.
Harris recently got off on charges off terrorism after security tapes showed his less than willing attempt to aid the bloodfists in their infamous attack on Oatfield.