Colin McCullough (fl. 1990s) was the son of Ms. McCullough, and husband of Ailsa MacLachlan. The two had five daughters; Sheena, Janet, Elspie, Mary and Bonnie. Colin married Ailsa a month after she saw his image during a dumb supper.
In October, 2013, Colin, Ailsa and Mary went to Leesburg. During their absence, Yangtze, whom Colin disliked, was killed by Katarina von Swartzschild. When Elena Gilbert stayed at the McCullough house one night, Mr. McCullough rescued her from a crow with a broom, beating it out of the window before slamming it shut. As the locks were removed and the window open, Colin believed that Elena had left it open herself, and went about putting the locks back on. Colin, Ailsa and Mary thought that Elena was hysterical and overreacting, but, regardless, he drove her and Bonnie to the Gilbert house.
- The Awakening (Mentioned only)
- After Hours (Mentioned only)
- The Struggle (First appearance)
- The Fury
- Evensong: Paradise Lost (Mentioned only)
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ See this image
- ↑ Bonnie: My grandmother [McCullough] says there have always been dumb suppers. Anyway, it works. My mother saw my father's image when she tried it, and a month later they were married. (The Awakening - Chapter 11)
- ↑ "His name was Yangtze, and he was so spoiled that no one except Bonnie's mother could stand him." (The Awakening - Chapter 11)
- ↑ The Awakening - Chapter 11
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 The Struggle - Chapter 8
- ↑ "The McCulloughs thought she was hysterical, that she was overreacting, possibly that she was having a nervous breakdown. But finally they gave in. Mr. McCullough drove her and Bonnie to the Gilbert house, where, feeling like burglars, they unlocked the door and crept inside without waking anyone up. (The Struggle - Chapter 9)
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 "People were dashing back and forth, shouting. Dr. Feinberg, Mr. McCullough, Reverend Bethea." (The Fury - Chapter 5)
- ↑ Bonnie: My dad says that a big dog could have broken the window in the Quonset hut, and the wounds on Tyler's throat looked sort of like animal wounds. (The Fury - Chapter 7)