Entry/exit bullet wound on right shoulder
Bite mark on left elbow
Charlie Jackson was born in 1996 to British parents. He enjoyed a perfectly normal childhood with his hobbies including (but not limited to) sports, acting and camping expeditions with his local Scout group and family. In 2015, he was lucky enough to gain a place at Exeter university to study International Relations, in the hope of eventually becoming a journalist. During his second year of university, Charlie studied modules on Russia and Eastern Europe and decided to spend his 2017 Summer in the Russian city of Sochi. Not only did it prove to be an excellent place for a holiday but it also provided a first-hand experience on Eurasian relations.
Apart from his time with the Scouts, Charlie had no military or survival training and when the apocalypse hit he was as helpless as the next individual. Unable to get out of the city quick enough, Charlie became trapped in a quarantined Sochi run by the Russian military. The city held for a few weeks yet it wasn't long before perimeter's were overrun and Charlie was forced to flee the relative safety of the city with a large group of survivors. At first Charlie was able to rely on the military and then other survivors to protect and scavenge for him, but as their numbers began to slowly dwindle Charlie was forced to make the hard decisions...
Seperated from his group and having witnessed many of them turn or be gunned down by bandits, Charlie has decided to head south to Chernarus to try and link up with rumours of UN peacekeepers. Whether these rumours are well-founded or not is yet to be seen...