- "Oh, yes. I loved to watch a dead bird decay, or find bones and try to figure out what animal they were from. From the age of six. But I wasn't like most girls."
- —Dr. Connor[src]
Dr. Celia Connor (b. 1990) was an African-American forensic pathologist who specialized in locations of historical genocide. She was part of a group who set out to excavate Unmei no Shima in August, 2014, and called Alaric Saltzman after the deaths of Ronald Argyll and several of her other colleagues.