|This article is about the Novel Series character. You may be looking for his TV Series counterpart.|
|Frederick "Freddy" Howard Denton|
|First seen||"Madness, Blindness, Astonishment of the Heart"|
|Last seen||"Halloween Comes Early"|
|Series lifespan||"Madness, Blindness, Astonishment of the Heart" to "Halloween Comes Early"|
|Killed Victims||1 killed|
|Cause of Death||Shot by Phil Bushey|
Before the DomeEdit
He lived in Chester's Mill and worked as a police officer.
Under the DomeEdit
He among many others got trapped under the Dome. He was present during the town hall pandemomium and eventually killed Carolyn Sturges when he thought she tried to grab a gun.
When trying to reach the door of the studio, Freddy was shot by Phil Bushey in an ambush.
Carolyn Sturges Edit
During the town hall pandemonium, Carolyn was shot by Freddy, because he thought that she was going to pick up the weapon that Andrea Grinnell dropped.
Piper Libby Edit
Freddy shot her dog Clover.
James "Junior" Rennie Edit
Apparantly Freddy was his football coach in his youth. His voice "blared" over the field, according to Junior, which was very annoying to him, but when he hears the same blaring voice when Sam Verdreaux gets arrested, he approves it.
Although Sam had called Freddy "brigadier Dog", Freddy showed to have a condescending attitude towards him.
- Carolyn Sturges (shot under the suspicion that she tried to grab a weapon)
- In contrast to the novel, Freddy's appearance in the series comes over as a protagonist, as he's classified as an antagonist in the novel.