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Dipper eventually returns to find Castiel and Lucifer arguing and Lucifer's stick gone. As Dipper taunts Lucifer about losing his stick, Lucifer suddenly pulls Dipper against the cell bars with telekinesis, burns through his warding and breaks his stick off in Dipper's neck.
Lucifer explains to a shocked and terrified Dipper that anger is a good motivator and that he forgets that "I'm Lucifer.
After killing four more demons that accost them after Dipper's death, Lucifer and Castiel succeed in escaping before Asmodeus can return.
Drexel first appears in season 12's "The British Invasion" when Crowley brings the supposedly subservient Lucifer before the lesser demons.
In reality, Lucifer makes it clear that he is truly in charge. Drexel later visits Lucifer in his cell and magically examines him, determining that Lucifer's vessel is sound and that the repairs and improvements to it are holding.
However, Drexel is unable to break Crowley's security system upon Lucifer who reacts violently to the news. Drexel reveals that a demon named Spevak created and installed the system and was then killed by Crowley to hide its secrets.
Lucifer makes it clear that he intends Drexel to find a way to release him from Crowley's control. In "There's Something About Mary," Drexel's attempts to break Crowley's control over Lucifer result in the system inverting so that Lucifer can now control Crowley's vessel.
Lucifer uses this to turn the situation on Crowley and apparently kills him in front of Drexel and the other demons. After Lucifer departs in search of his son, Drexel orders two demons to remove Crowley's dead body before Lucifer returns.
In season 13's "The Rising Son," Drexel polishes Lucifer's throne and continues to hold the belief that Lucifer will return, something that Drexel is mocked for by the other demons.
When a demon introducing himself as Asmodeus suddenly appears, Drexel is shocked to realize that it's the fourth Prince of Hell.
Asmodeus announces his intention to take over the throne of Hell until Lucifer and his son can be found. When Asmodeus summarily executes the demons who don't meet his standards, Drexel is one of three demons that he spares.
Drexel coordinates the search for Lucifer and his son for Asmodeus and is told about Asmodeus' history with creatures known as the Shedim, a history that caused Lucifer to inflict lasting scars upon Asmodeus' face.
Duke, portrayed by Aidan Kahn, is a rogue Crossroads Demon appearing in season 11 who sets out for his own benefit following the release of the Darkness and Lucifer.
In " Beyond the Mat ," Duke forces wrestler Gunner Lawless to help him murder people and steal their souls so that Duke can create a "nest egg" for himself with the release of the Darkness and Lucifer ruling Hell again.
Having made a crossroads deal with Gunner ten years before, Duke offers to keep the hellhounds at bay if Gunner works for him, a deal Gunnar reluctantly takes.
The Winchesters come to the funeral of one of Duke's victims, their father's favorite wrestler and stumble across the crime scene of his newest target, quickly putting together that they are dealing with a demon stealing souls.
Duke tries to convince another wrestler to make a deal and join him, but the man refuses and Duke had Gunner murder him shortly before the Winchesters arrive.
Duke sends Gunner to kill Dean while he takes care of Sam personally, explaining his plot to Sam. Though briefly interrupted by Dean, Duke flings him away with telekinesis and prepares to kill Sam, commenting that "this is my favorite part.
With Duke no longer holding them back, the hellhounds come after Gunner who accepts his fate. Gerald, portrayed by Jackson Berlin and Viv Leacock, is a minor demon appearing season He once mentions that he killed his own mother over cigarettes.
In "Girls, Girls, Girls," Gerald runs a brothel alongside Raul and another demon to increase soul numbers following the war with Abaddon. The operation is interrupted by the witch Rowena MacLeod who hits Raul with a spell that liquifies the demon.
Terrified, Gerald flees his vessel and possesses a nearby construction worker to report in to Crowley who is disgusted by Gerald and Raul's operation which Crowley finds to be just tacky.
Gerald spurs Crowley to action against Rowena who is captured by a backup team led by Gerald after the main team is killed by the Winchesters.
To his shock, Crowley realizes that Rowena is his own mother. In "The Things We Left Behind," Gerald, still possessing the construction worker, acts as a guard to Crowley's dungeon and eagerly urges Crowley to kill Rowena.
Gerald offers to do it for Crowley if Crowley can't bring himself to do it, mentioning how he once killed his own mother. Rowena and the demon Trish later claim that Gerald is the one who is smuggling other demons out of Hell, enraging Gerald into strangling Rowena.
When Gerald refuses to relent, Crowley kills him by stabbing Gerald through the back of the head and out of his mouth with an angel blade.
Following Gerald's death, Crowley becomes more accepting of Rowena while it is revealed that Rowena and Trish lied and used Gerald as a scapegoat to gain Crowley's trust.
Subsequently, in "The Hunter Games," Rowena reminds Guthrie how she exposed the "traitor" Gerald when he is reluctant to help her out.
Grab is a demon thief appearing in season 13 portrayed by Matthew Kevin Anderson. He is described as an expert in bypassing supernatural security and is portrayed as more obnoxious than evil or malicious despite being a demon.
Its implied that Grab is not actually his real name but an alias. In "The Scorpion and the Frog," Grab is hired by the Crossroads Demon Barthamus to work with the Winchesters and a human safe cracker named Alice to break into the vault of Luther Shrike and retrieve Barthamus' property.
Grab is brought in to use his talents in bypassing supernatural security to locate the vault itself which can only be opened by Dean's blood. Once the Winchesters and Alice get onto Luther's property, Dean performs a summoning spell to bring Grab to them.
Grab uses a spell to turn Dean into a sort of dousing rod, using the attraction between Dean's blood and the vault to find it. After the vault is found, Grab chooses to remain outside, apparently too afraid to go any further.
While he waits outside the cellar containing the vault, Grab is confronted by Luther himself. Luther quickly kills Grab with Ruby's Knife and his body is later found by Alice.
Barthamus shows no care for Grab's death and compels Alice to keep going. Guthrie, portrayed by Russell Roberts, is a former Crossroads Demon that acts as Crowley 's personal assistant in season In "Soul Survivor," Guthrie reports to Crowley on Castiel's weakened state and suggests that it would be a good time to eliminate the angel.
Instead, Crowley orders Guthrie to follow Castiel and report back to him. In "The Hunter Games," under the influence of a spell secretly cast by Rowena, Crowley has a nightmare where Guthrie and several other demons team up together to attack and kill him.
Later, Guthrie finds Rowena snooping around Crowley's throne room and orders her out, not falling for her attempts to charm him.
After learning of Crowley going after the First Blade for the Winchesters, Rowena approaches Guthrie to get it for her.
Having learned that Guthrie is a former Crossroads Demon, Rowena knows he has the ability to teleport and uses her position as Crowley's mother to trick Guthrie into thinking that Crowley is having her order Guthrie to get it for him.
Guthrie reluctantly steals the First Blade before Crowley can get to it, but refuses to give it to Rowena, instead choosing to give it to Crowley himself.
In retaliation, Rowena kills Guthrie with an angel blade but is interrupted by Crowley before she can get the First Blade from his body. Rowena invents a cover story where Guthrie was plotting against Crowley which he believes because of his nightmare.
Rowena is also able to use Guthrie's "betrayal" to cause Crowley to hesitate in handing over the First Blade to the Winchesters. Harrington is a minor demon appearing in season 13 that is loyal to Asmodeus.
In "The Rising Son," Harrington is one of the demons in the throne room of Crowley's former palace following Lucifer's disappearance.
When the Prince of Hell Asmodeus arrives to take control of Hell until Lucifer or his son can be found, Harrington is one of the demons that Asmodeus spares from a summary execution alongside Sierra and Drexel.
Later, Asmodeus sends Sierra and Harrington to kill the Winchesters and Prophet Donatello Redfield while he uses the Nephilim Jack to release the Shedim from Hell.
As Sierra goes after the Winchesters, Harrington goes after Donatello and pins him to a wall as Harrington prepares to stab the man.
Harrington is spotted from down the hall by the Winchesters and Dean throws an angel blade into Harrington's neck like a throwing knife , killing Harrington.
The move surprises and impresses Sam and Donatello while Dean comments how housekeeping will not be pleased to have to clean up Harrington's body.
Jael is a sadistic Crossroads Demon appearing in Supernatural portrayed by Kara Royster, Billy Wickman and Kim Rhodes. Despite appearing mainly in female vessels, Jael is specifically referred to as male by characters.
As mentioned in season 12's "Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox," Jael was first encountered by legendary hunter Asa Fox in Possessing a young First Nations girl, Jael was exorcised by Asa.
However, due to his sadistic tendencies, Jael brutally murdered the girl he was possessing before Asa could finish exorcising him.
Jael was eventually able to climb back out of Hell and targeted Asa for revenge, murdering people who Asa cared about in sick and twisted ways and leaving their bodies in the forest for him to find.
In , Asa hunted Jael through the forest near his home with his best friend Bucky. The two men got into an argument about the hunt as Asa was not armed with his angel blade, the one weapon that could kill Jael.
The argument ended with Bucky accidentally killing Asa when he hit his head on a rock. Bucky framed Jael for Asa's murder, unaware that the sadistic Crossroads Demon had witnessed the incident and was enraged that he himself could not kill Asa.
In retaliation for Asa's murder at hands other than his own, Jael began targeting the hunters at Asa's wake, magically trapping them in Asa's home and possessing Alicia Banes to kill one.
Though originally trapped outside, Dean Winchester got back in with the help of the Reaper Billie and eventually found Jael in the body of hunter Elvis Katz.
When Dean began an exorcism, Jael snapped Elvis' neck so far his head faced backwards and vacated his body. Jael next possessed Sheriff Jody Mills and attempted to convince the Winchesters that their mother was possessed and they had to kill her.
The Winchesters quickly saw through "Jody's" strange behavior and Jael revealed himself. Unable to kill Jael without harming Jody also, the hunters were handicapped and quickly defeated by Jael who telekinetically pinned them to the floor.
Jael took great pleasure in prancing around revealing everyone's darkest secrets, but when he focused his attention on Bucky, his grip on the other hunters was broken.
Sam quickly began an exorcism, but was flung away by Jael. Dean picked up the exorcism and then Max and Alicia Banes when Dean was knocked out, but they were defeated as well.
Jael finally forced Bucky to admit that it was in fact Bucky who killed Asa and not Jael. Moments later, while Jael was still distracted by Bucky, Mary Winchester finished the exorcism.
Jael was exorcised out of Jody who survived the possession and the demon was sent back to Hell through the floor of the room, burning a circle around the spot he passed through.
Jervis is a low-level demon portrayed by Jesse Reid appearing in season 11 and season 12 who is loyal to Crowley and then Lucifer.
In "Out of the Darkness, Into the Fire," Jervis appears at Marnie's house along with another demon when Crowley summons them using a Goblet of Blood.
The demons reassure Crowley that a team is securing his usual vessel and getting a witch to remove Rowena's immobilization spell. After Crowley returns to his usual vessel, Jervis reveals that there was a disturbance in Lucifer's Cage which seemed like either or possibly both Michael and Lucifer screaming.
After the other demon tells Crowley that demons believe that they are trying to warn everyone about the Darkness, Jervis informs Crowley that half of Hell is freaking out as a result.
In "Our Little World," Jervis reports to Crowley on Marco's successful efforts to eliminate Amara's soulless victims and how court numbers are low due to the number of demons Amara has consumed.
After finding the door to Amara's room unguarded, a displeased Crowley orders Jervis to guard it himself. Later, when the Winchesters arrive in an attempt to kill Amara, Dean draws Jervis out by playing an old voicemail from Crowley.
Jervis is ambushed by Sam and quickly subdued, but Sam chooses to restrain Jervis rather than kill him due to his new policy of focusing more on saving people.
In " Keep Calm and Carry On ," Jervis and another demon work for Lucifer cleaning up his burned out vessels, followed, unknown to them, by Crowley.
Crowley eventually confronts the demons, stating that he plans to kill Lucifer while he's still weak to regain full control of Hell. Jervis openly mocks Crowley's plans, now completely loyal to Lucifer.
Fed up, particularly after the other demon begins laughing, Crowley draws an angel blade and quickly kills both Jervis and the other demon with it.
Kip, portrayed by Dean Armstrong , is a six hundred year old sadistic and cruel demon who "burned half the world" while riding with Genghis Khan as a human.
As a demon, he went on to enjoy spreading chaos and destruction across the world and apparently developed a taste for eating humans as well as killing them.
In season 14 's "Stranger in a Strange Land," Kip meets with and ambushes the angel Castiel before calling Sam Winchester to demand a meeting.
Kip reveals that with the recent deaths of Crowley , Asmodeus , and Lucifer , Hell has been left without a leader. A recent meeting with the alternate reality version of the archangel Michael has caused Kip to reevaluate his life and decide that he wants everything and he has begun attempting to take up the position of King of Hell.
In the battle that follows, Kip overpowers Sam, but Sam takes him by surprise and manages to kill Kip with Ruby's demon-killing knife.
After Kip's death, Sam proclaims to the other demons present that there will be no more Kings of Hell and anyone who wishes to try for the position will have to go through him.
Terrified by their leader's death, the remaining demons vacate their vessels and flee in acquiescence to Sam's demands. Ramiel portrayed by Jerry Trimble is one of the four Princes of Hell in Supernatural alongside Azazel , Dagon and Asmodeus.
As a Prince of Hell, Ramiel is one of the oldest and most powerful demons to ever live and a retired demonic general. Unlike Azazel, Ramiel has long-since lost interest in Lucifer's plans and separated himself from Hell, joined by Dagon and Asmodeus.
During his time on Earth, Ramiel becomes a collector of rare supernatural artifacts and weapons. In a flashback in "Stuck in the Middle With You ", the demon Crowley meets with Ramiel in following the defeat of Lucifer and the end of the Apocalypse.
With Lucifer locked up again and Lilith and Azazel dead, Ramiel is next in line to be the King of Hell. However, Ramiel is uninterested, continuing to have no interest in the affairs of Hell and calling Azazel a "fanatic.
Crowley accepts Ramiel's terms and presents him with two gifts: the Lance of Michael, a weapon designed by the archangel Michael to kill Lucifer slowly and the Colt, the legendary gun that had once been used to kill Ramiel's brother Azazel.
In the present day of the episode, hunter Mary Winchester is sent by the British Men of Letters to steal the Colt from Ramiel. The organization fails to inform Mary that Ramiel is a Prince of Hell, leaving the group of hunters she assembles woefully unprepared to fight the demon.
Mary claims that Ramiel is simply a demon she is trying to eliminate that is doing evil actions while hiding her true purpose from the group.
After a failed intervention by Crowley's demons, Mary succeeds in stealing the Colt before Ramiel returns from night fishing.
Due to his sheer power as a Prince of Hell, Ramiel shrugs off all attempts to kill him and mortally wounds the angel Castiel with the Lance of Michael.
Enraged by the theft of the Colt, Ramiel tracks the hunters to a barn and attacks Crowley when he attempts to intercede on the Winchesters behalf.
The Winchesters briefly trap Ramiel in Holy Fire and he demands the return of the Colt. When they fail to turn it over, Ramiel breaks free of the Holy Fire and attacks the hunters, once more shrugging off their attacks.
After Ramiel nearly kills Dean, Sam is able to steal the Lance of Michael from him with the help of a distraction by Mary and impales the Prince with the weapon.
Designed to kill Lucifer, the Lance turns Ramiel to dust and is shortly thereafter destroyed by Crowley to save Castiel's life.
In "The Raid", when the Alpha Vampire leads an attack on the British Men of Letters compound, the British Men of Letters are forced to reveal their possession of the Colt to Sam.
Mary is forced to explain that she stole the gun from Ramiel. In the long run, Ramiel is portrayed as the one Prince of Hell who truly wants nothing to do with the affairs of others.
During his confrontation with the Winchesters, Ramiel states plainly that he just doesn't care about anything other than being left alone.
While Dagon and Asmodeus had originally followed his example, both later returned to the affairs of Hell with the return of Lucifer and the birth of his son, both things that Ramiel knew of but didn't care to do anything about.
Despite his evil nature, Ramiel is indicated to have not committed any acts of evil during his tenure on Earth in retirement, at least nothing traceable.
While discussing Ramiel during the planning meeting, it is noted that the only thing he's done for sure is night fishing.
In contrast, Dagon and Asmodeus are known to still have committed evil acts while retired. During his confrontation with the Winchesters, Ramiel predicts Dagon's approaching role in events when he tells them that "my sister Dagon has taken an interest" in Lucifer's child.
As well, before meeting Ramiel, the Winchesters were unaware that there was more than one Yellow-Eyed Demon as the only Prince they had previously met was Azazel.
The Winchesters only learned the significance of what the yellow eyes represented when Crowley told them about the Princes of Hell following their first meeting with Ramiel.
Raul, portrayed by Michael Antonakos, is a demon who leads a brothel in season 10 alongside Gerald and another demon in order to increase soul numbers following the war with Abaddon.
The brothel, known as Raul's Girls, worked by kidnapping young women, forcing them into prostitution and then selling them to men in exchange for the men selling their souls as payment.
In "Girls, Girls, Girls," Raul chases after one of the girls, Tiana, who managed to escape. Raul catches up to Tiana and confronts her, leading to Tiana stabbing out Raul's right eye with a high-heeled shoe.
Unharmed and more annoyed than anything, Raul snaps Tiana's neck in retaliation and takes to wearing an eyepatch to cover up his missing eye.
Sam and Dean Winchester learn about Raul's Girls after rescuing Shaylene, one of his girls and killing his unnamed partner. Before they can catch up with Raul, the witch Rowena MacLeod arrives at the brothel and tosses Raul a hex bag containing the Defigere Et Depurgare spell.
The spell causes Raul's demon form to liquify which he chokes up out of his vessel's mouth, killing him. His body is later found by the Winchesters who identify Rowena through the spell, one that she herself had created centuries before.
Samhain is a powerful whitish-eyed demon and the Origin of Halloween in season 4. It is unknown when and how Samhain was actually born, driven to hell, died, the reason why he went to hell at all, and was created.
The fact that his resurrection breaks one of the 66 seals, however, suggests that it was created before the imprisonment of Lucifer.
Before he was imprisoned in Hell centuries ago, he reigned over Earth on Halloween night. People kept their children inside, they left treats to appease him and they left carved pumpkins on their doorsteps to worship him.
His power seems to be intermediate between that of black-eyed demons and white-eyed demons. He maintains all traits and powers of a normal black-eyed demon, and he also proved capable of emanating a demonic energy blast similar to Lilith's.
Unlike other demons, however, he is capable of summoning monsters, such as ghosts, zombies, etc. He is summoned by two witches, one of whom he kills himself, but Sam manages to exorcise him again with his powers.
His eyes appear to be a hybridized iris pigment of blue and gray, but his sclera is white and his pupil black. Samhain is the only so far known Whitish Eyed Demon and presumably the only one ever.
Wanting to summon Samhain, two witches named Tracy Davis and Don Harding actually centuries-old siblings start performing the sacrifices needed to summon Samhain.
This draws the attention of the Winchesters and the angels as the raising of Samhain is one of the 66 Seals. Sam and Dean kill Don, but Tracy reveals herself and successfully summons Samhain, breaking the seal.
Samhain possesses Don's body and recognizes Tracy before killing her. Samhain is unable to tell that Sam and Dean are alive due to a "mask" of blood they smeared on their faces so he leaves them alone.
Samhain travels to a mausoleum where a bunch of high school students are having a party, locks them in and summons zombies and at least one ghost that attack.
Sam and Dean rescue most of the kids and Dean deals with the monsters while Sam faces Samhain. Sam proves immune to Samhain's power so they fight hand to hand, but even with the demon-killing knife, Sam is no match for the demon.
Finally, in the end, Sam manages to exorcise Samhain with his powers and sends him back to Hell. A drawing of Samhain can be seen in Anna Milton's journal.
The description says "Samhain. The next seal is broken. Sierra is a minor demon appearing in season 13 that is loyal to Asmodeus.
In "The Rising Son," Sierra is one of the demons in the throne room of Crowley's former palace following Lucifer's disappearance.
When the Prince of Hell Asmodeus arrives to take control of Hell until Lucifer or his son can be found, Sierra is one of the demons that Asmodeus spares from a summary execution alongside Harrington and Drexel.
Sierra attacks Dean when Dean is alone in his motel room, easily breaking free of Dean's attempts to pin him and throwing Dean onto the bed.
Before Sierra can attack Dean with a knife, Sam stabs Sierra through the back with an angel blade, killing him.
Simmons is a minor demon portrayed by Bethany Brown appearing in season 11 that is loyal to Lucifer and hates Crowley.
In "The Vessel," Simmons is amongst the demons in Lucifer's court and urges Lucifer to take the fight to the Darkness. Simmons urges Lucifer to send demons to seek out the Darkness to "really beat the bushes" and openly mocks Crowley's rule.
A broken Crowley emerges from his cage to berate Simmons for disrespecting her master - Lucifer. In " Beyond the Mat ," Simmons helps Lucifer coordinate his search for another Hand of God and enjoys Lucifer's tormenting of Crowley.
Later, Simmons frees Crowley from his cage, claiming that there are still demons who support Crowley and wish him to take back Hell, convincing the broken Crowley to fight back.
Simmons is impressed when Crowley single-handedly kills two demons and accompanies him to a lock-up where Crowley reveals that he owns the Aaron's rod , another Hand of God.
Simmons then reveals that she actually hates Crowley and is in fact loyal to Lucifer who arrives to take the Hand of God.
Simmons' help was a ploy to get Crowley to lead them to the secret Lucifer knew he was still keeping. However, Crowley anticipated the double-cross and absorbs the Rod's power for himself.
Crowley fires an energy blast at Lucifer using the Rod's power in an attempt to kill him, but Simmons jumps in the way and is combusted to dust.
Simmons' sacrifice spares Lucifer while Crowley exhausts the Rod's power in the attempt and is forced to flee. Hunters are men and women who spend their lives hunting supernatural creatures and attempting to save those affected by these creatures.
Most appear to have had some kind of negative encounter with the supernatural for example a relative being killed by demons, a spouse being possessed by a demon, or a sibling being turned by a vampire , which prompts them to become hunters.
While hunters, by their nature, operate 'off-the-grid' typically hunters support themselves via credit card fraud, although some have been shown to have actual jobs, such as the Singer Salvage Yard , there are, nevertheless, hunter communities that meet and interact with each other to exchange information and stories; the Harvelle Roadhouse was one such location until it was burnt down.
Typically, hunters find cases by consulting newspapers to track down information about suspicious deaths in certain areas. Some cases come about thanks to contact with people they knew before becoming hunters or contact with people they helped during previous hunts who turn to them for their expertise.
Some hunters are shown to have particular targets, such as Sam and Dean's initial hunts in the show's first two seasons focusing on tracking the Yellow Eyed Demon who killed Dean and Sam's parents, or Gordon Walker 'specializing' in hunting vampires.
Annie "Alex" Jones, portrayed by Katherine Ramdeen, is a hunter appearing in Supernatural. She is the adoptive daughter of Jody Mills and the adoptive sister of Claire Novak.
She was first introduced in season 9's "Alex Annie Alexis Ann". Annie was kidnapped by vampires from her family at a young age, where she took the name Alex, and acted as bait for her vampire "family".
She was adopted by Jody Mills after her vampire "family" was defeated, as they had both lost their families. After Claire Novak was adopted by Jody, the two girls were not close until Claire saves her from vampires who returned to take revenge on Alex.
Alex later went to nursing school and got a job at the Sioux Falls hospital, and also began to be trained as a hunter. Asa Fox, portrayed by Shaine Jones as an adult and Jack Moore as a child is a legendary Canadian hunter appearing in Supernatural.
As shown in flashbacks in season 12's "Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox," in , a twelve-year old Asa was attacked by a werewolf, an attack that left a lasting scar upon his face.
Asa was saved by hunter Mary Winchester who had come out of retirement briefly to tie up some loose ends, including killing the werewolf and stopping its killing spree.
Asa became interested in what Mary was doing, especially when she told him that she intended to return to retirement. Inspired by the encounter, Asa went on to become a hunter himself despite his mother's objections and became legendary in the hunting community.
Asa wrote postcards throughout his life to Mary detailing his discoveries and hunts, but never sent them as he never learned her whereabouts.
During his hunting trips, Asa had many trysts with local women, one of which, with witch Tasha Banes, resulted in two children, Max and Alicia.
In , Asa met Sheriff Jody Mills while on a ghoul hunt and, unaware that the sheriff was also a hunter, claimed that he was FBI agent Fox Mulder while investigating the case.
Jody saw through his obvious disguise, helped him complete the hunt, and began a casual relationship with Asa whenever he was around. While Asa was not aware of it, Jody held him in high regard and harbored hopes that their relationship could become more serious.
In , Asa came up against the sadistic Crossroads Demon Jael. Asa managed to exorcise the demon, but not before the demon brutally murdered the young girl he was possessing.
After escaping from Hell again, Jael began a personal vendetta against Asa, murdering a woman that Asa was seeing as well as other people he cared about and leaving their bodies in the forest for him to find.
In , Asa hunted Jael through a forest with his best friend Bucky Sims despite Asa not being armed with his angel blade, leading to an argument between the two men.
During the argument, Bucky shoved Asa who fell and hit his head on a rock and died. Bucky then framed Asa's death as his having been murdered by Jael.
While on a visit to Jody, Mary's children Sam and Dean learned of Asa's death and decided to accompany Jody to his funeral. While never meeting personally, Sam and Dean recalled hearing stories about him in Ellen's roadhouse, and Asa's peer hunters were quick to share stories of him killing five wendigos in one night.
Dean expressed skepticism initially due to hearing the story in the midst of a drinking game inspired by the exploit but he later confided to Sam that he believed Asa to be a 'legit' hunter, evidenced by his armory, complete with an angel blade.
During the funeral, they encountered their mother Mary who had recently been resurrected following her death in Mary had received word of Asa's death and was distressed to learn that he had become a hunter.
Jael took advantage of the funeral to target the other hunters one by one, finally possessing Jody. In Jody's body, Jael confessed to feeling cheated out of Asa's murder and forced Bucky to admit that he had killed Asa.
Before carrying out a brutal revenge against the hunters, Sam, Dean, Max, Alicia and Mary, exorcised Jael from Jody in a sequential attack, with each subsequent hunter picking up the Latin incantation where the previous one left off.
As a result of Jael's efforts, Bucky was disgraced for killing his best friend. Rather than exacting revenge upon Bucky themselves, the hunters chose to spread the true story of what happened.
The next morning, Asa was given a Hunter's Funeral alongside the two hunters murdered by Jael at his wake. Charlie Bradbury born Celeste Middleton played by Felicia Day first crosses paths with Sam and Dean when working as an I.
She is initially reluctant to get involved in the supernatural world by helping the Winchesters, but becomes a more reliable ally in her second episode and has decided to become a hunter herself by her fourth episode.
She quickly becomes a friend and even a surrogate little sister to the Winchesters. By the end of "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo", it is revealed that her real name is not Charlie Bradbury but merely one of her aliases, and that she has had to go into hiding before.
She is the only prominent LGBT character on the show; in her first episode, she informs the brothers she is lesbian when she is asked to flirt with a male guard to gain access to a restricted area.
Charlie's first appearance is in the season seven episode "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo", where Dick Roman asks her to decrypt Frank Devereaux's hard drive.
Once she succeeds, she starts reading files describing the Leviathans and their activities, including their connection to Dick Roman.
Although she doesn't believe it at first, she realizes the truth when she witnesses a leviathan eat her supervisor and shapeshift to replace him—something Dick explains they cannot do to Charlie, as she possesses a rare "spark" that can't be perfectly replicated.
Sam and Dean recruit a terrified Charlie to retrieve Frank's hard drive to protect the information there, as well as to break into Dick's office and hack his emails to gain information for their side.
She does so, which alerts Sam and Dean to a secret package meant for Dick which they then steal the package is later revealed to hold the secret to defeating the leviathan.
She is nearly killed when Dick realizes her duplicity, but is saved by Bobby's ghost holding the leviathan off—breaking Charlie's arm in the process—whilst Sam and Dean arrive and rescue her.
She leaves after telling Sam and Dean not to contact her again. Charlie reappears in the season eight episode "LARP and the Real Girl".
Now under a different alias, Carrie Heinlein, she is the queen of one of four kingdoms of the LARPing game of Moondoor.
When two of her "subjects" are killed, it draws Sam and Dean's attention and they head to Moondoor.
Charlie's initial reaction is to flee and start a new life again, fearing that she will once more become a target for monsters.
After learning why Sam and Dean are there, she agrees to help them investigate the deaths and other mysterious injuries that have happened. Charlie is eventually captured by a good fairy named Gilda who has kidnapped her on her master's orders.
Charlie is instantly smitten with Gilda. Dean, Sam and Gerry eventually find Charlie with help from the "prisoner", only to find that she is making out with Gilda.
It is revealed that Gerry is Gilda's master; he has unrequited feelings for Charlie and has bought a spellbook with which to control Gilda and force her to kill other players as part of a scheme to make Charlie fall in love with him.
Charlie eventually destroys the book to set Gilda free and render Gerry powerless. Afterward, she and Gilda share a goodbye kiss before Gilda returns to her world with Gerry to have Gerry punished.
Charlie decides to stop running and changing her identity and to stay and make a life for once. She tells Sam and Dean to call her if they ever need her help again.
The three of them participate in a mock battle between their group and the other LARPers, which Charlie's side wins.
Charlie's backstory is explored when she returns in "Pac-Man Fever" to give Sam and Dean a case. After she proves to be an excellent shot, Dean takes her as his temporary partner instead of Sam, who has become increasingly ill from the trials.
Charlie is eventually captured by the creature they are hunting, a type of djinn, who poisons Charlie and places her in a nightmare from which she won't wake up from.
In her nightmare, she is trapped in a video game she stole as a kid, recreated, and gave out for free, and where she must endlessly protect her hospitalized mother from super-soldier vampires.
It is revealed that her parents had been involved in a car accident when driving over to pick Charlie up from a sleepover, resulting in her father dying and her mother rendered brain-dead.
Charlie has been paying for the care of her mother, whom she refuses to let go due to her feelings of guilt over the accident.
When Dean takes a potion to enter her nightmare himself to save her, he convinces Charlie that she must let her mother go in order to move on.
She then wakes up and in the episode's last scene, takes Dean's advice by having her mother taken off of life-support after reading The Hobbit aloud to her like her mother did to Charlie as a little girl.
Charlie is called in by the Winchesters for help in the ninth-season episode "Slumber Party" in order to reconfigure an ancient computer at the Men of Letters' bunker.
A childhood fan of L. Frank Baum 's Oz books , Charlie is excited when the real Dorothy is found in the bunker. The group works together to try to find a way to defeat The Wicked Witch of the West.
Charlie dies to protect Dean from the Witch, but he has Gadreel bring her back to life and tells her that she had only been knocked out, though she learns the truth anyway from Dorothy; Charlie later agrees to keep her death and subsequent resurrection a secret from Sam so long as Dean agrees to one day explain what had really happened.
Charlie and Dorothy eventually devise a way to kill the Witch, but are attacked by Sam and Dean, who are both possessed by the Witch.
While Dorothy holds the brothers off, Charlie finds and kills the Witch by stabbing in the head with Oz's famous ruby slippers before the Witch can let her army in through a portal to Oz.
When Dorothy extends an offer to Charlie to come with her to Oz, Charlie jumps at the prospect of finally getting the kind of magic and adventure she wants.
After bidding their goodbyes to the brothers, Charlie and Dorothy cross over to Oz, leaving Sam and Dean to speculate if and when they will come back.
In the season 10 episode "There's No Place Like Home", Sam and Dean find out that Charlie is back from Oz and is attacking people who helped cover up her parents deaths.
To their surprise, they find there are two Charlie's, a good and a dark Charlie. The good Charlie explains that she and Dorothy fought a war in Oz to free it from evil and in order to win, Charlie made a deal with the Wizard of Oz to split herself into her good and dark sides.
Charlie's dark side single-handedly won the war and Dorothy and the Wizard now lead Oz. Now, dark Charlie has come to Earth seeking revenge for her parents deaths, good Charlie following to stop her.
As dark Charlie broke the Key to Oz so Charlie couldn't return, she and Sam investigate the Key in hopes of finding a way to fix it, and eventually track down a former Man of Letters named Clive Dylan who was trapped in Oz after discovering the Key.
Dean meanwhile tries to protect Russell Wellington, the man who killed Charlie's parents, but Dark Charlie tricks Dean, kills Russell, and follows Dean to Clive's house where they fight and he brutally beats her, hurting Good Charlie who is still connected to her.
At the same time, Sam and Charlie learn that the Wizard is in fact Clive's dark side, split from him as Charlie's was.
Unable to fix the Key and to save Oz, Clive shoots himself to force the Wizard to Earth to heal Clive and save himself. Unable to defeat the Wizard, Clive signals Charlie to shoot him which she hesitantly does, killing Clive and the Wizard.
Sam stops Dean from beating Dark Charlie to death and they are able to reverse the Wizard's spell and reunite the two Charlie's.
Afterwards, Charlie, unable to return to Oz, decides to dedicate herself to finding a way to save Dean from the Mark of Cain and forgives his actions.
Charlie returns to the brothers several episodes later, having found an ancient book known as the Book of the Damned, which is said to document every curse as well as their cures.
Upon acquiring the book, a group of unknown men, all with the same tattoo on their wrist, begin to pursue her. After a violent encounter with them, Charlie is shot but narrowly escapes, and calls the Winchesters from a telephone booth, informing them of her discovery and injury, mentioning she sewed it back together with dental floss, a testament to her resourcefulness.
When reunited, Sam and Charlie begin their attempt to decipher the book's text, as it is written in an unknown ancient language, but Dean insists they stop, and destroy the book entirely, worrying that the Mark will cause him to use its information to do evil.
Sam and Charlie decide not to destroy it but to put it away in a curse box, which will prevent anyone from tracking it down. Meanwhile, Dean goes to find Charlie's pursuers, who Sam had determined to be members of the historically-prominent Styne family.
When they attack the house Charlie and the Winchesters had been staying at, Dean instructs Sam to destroy the book before the men can take it.
Sam throws the book in the fire, and the trio defeats and kills their attackers. However, it is later revealed he threw another book in, and hid the real book in hopes he could still cure Dean, despite his brother's wishes.
When Charlie, Sam and Dean return to the bunker, they are greeted by Castiel, and Charlie is excited to meet him for the first time. Upon hugging him, she comments she had expected him to be shorter.
At Charlie's joking request, Castiel heals her carpal tunnel and even her bullet wound without being asked, having gotten his full power back.
The four then have a dinner, laughing and enjoying each other's company. During "Dark Dynasty", Charlie is called in by Sam to work with Rowena on how to translate the Book of the Damned.
Charlie is stunned that Sam lied about destroying the Book and reluctantly agrees to work on translating the Book behind Dean's back.
However, Charlie is forced to work with Rowena who annoys her greatly with her disgust at Charlie being a nerd instead of a witch and her insistence that they are similar.
Unable to take it anymore, Charlie asks Castiel to let her go cool off for a while and slips out while he ties up Rowena in another room.
Going to a motel, Charlie continues her efforts to translate the Book of the Damned and finally manages to crack the code just before Eldon Styne arrives.
Charlie contacts Sam and Dean, who tell her to give him the Book which she doesn't have, or her notes to save her life.
However, unwilling to betray her friends or give the Styne Family the power of the Book, Charlie smashes her Surface and is killed by Eldon.
A devastated Sam and Dean find her body soon afterwards. However, unknown to them, Charlie's last act was to email Sam her notes on how to translate the Book, giving them the chance to finish what she started.
In "The Prisoner", following her death, Sam and Dean cremate Charlie in hunter's tradition and Dean decides to slaughter the Stynes in revenge, telling Sam to stop the work on the Book.
Sam initially does until he receives Charlie's email and decides to continue. Dean brutally slaughters the Styne family for what they did to Charlie and ultimately kills Eldon, avenging her.
In "Bring 'em Back Alive", Dean encounters an alternate reality version of Charlie who is a resistance fighter on Apocalypse World. This Charlie is shown to share many of the same traits as the Charlie Dean knew, although she is hardened by years of fighting.
Still feeling guilty for the death of his Charlie, Dean convinces Arthur Ketch to help him lead a rescue mission for her. As Charlie is to be executed, Dean and Arthur attack the POW camp, killing several angels and liberating the prisoners.
Though skeptical of Dean's story, Charlie is convinced by the door between Apocalypse World and Dean's universe.
As Dean prepares to return to his own world before the door closes, Ketch chooses to stay behind with Charlie to help the resistance coordinate for Dean's inevitable return with reinforcements.
As Dean leaves, Charlie and Ketch battle several angels together using guns loaded with angel-killing bullets. The alternate universe version of Charlie appears again in "Exodus", where Charlie meets Sam, who initially mistakes her for his reality's version of Charlie.
Charlie and Ketch are captured by angels in a trap and about to be tortured for information by the evil alternate universe version of Castiel, but they are rescued by Sam, Dean, Jack and Castiel.
Charlie then escapes into Sam and Dean's reality with the rest of her group where they then celebrate in the Bunker. In "Let the Good Times Roll" it is revealed in a conversation between Mary and alternate Bobby that Rowena and Charlie are "road-tripping it through the Southwest" together.
Charlie reappears in season 14's "Optimism" where she goes on a hunt with Sam. Charlie reveals that she plans to retire after the hunt and highlights the many differences between herself and the Charlie of the Winchesters' world, including this Charlie finding and losing the love of her life during the Apocalypse.
Charlie paints a grim picture of the Apocalypse in the world she came from for Sam and something of a lack of faith in humanity as a result.
Working together, Sam and Charlie kill an insectoid monster called a Musca and save its latest victim.
Sam convinces Charlie to at least reconsider abandoning the fight altogether after the hunt is over. Claire Novak, portrayed as a child by Sydney Imbeau and later in the series as a young adult by Kathryn Newton , is the daughter of Jimmy and Amelia Novak.
She is raised in Pontiac, Illinois , until roughly the age of eleven, when her mother disappears, overwhelmed by grief of her father's death.
Claire is then left in the custody of her grandmother until her death, at which point she is moved between numerous foster homes and eventually placed in a juvenile center.
Eight-year-old Claire is first introduced, along with her mother, in the season four episode "The Rapture", where the story of Jimmy becoming Castiel's vessel is revealed.
Her first appearance occurs after Castiel is shown taking possession of Jimmy. Claire runs outside frantically and asks "Daddy? A year later when Castiel is forced out of Jimmy's body, Jimmy is able to return and begins to try and rebuild his life with his family.
This is short lived, as demons learn about Jimmy, and take his wife and daughter hostage. Claire is possessed by Castiel when her parents, Dean, and Sam Winchester, are held captive by demons, her mother having been possessed so that the demons could watch Jimmy and determine his unique qualities as a vessel.
Castiel, in Claire's body, expels two demons from their hosts during the fight. Castiel intends to let Jimmy die so that he will go to Heaven and be at peace as a reward for his service, but Jimmy begs Castiel to use him as a vessel and free his daughter.
Castiel obliges. Seven years later, Castiel is inspired to look into Jimmy Novak's old life after recent events with Hannah.
He discovers that Claire is in solitary confinement in a juvenile center after attempting the latest of a series of escapes, prompting him to visit and get her out by posing as Jimmy.
Claire reveals that her mother vanished after leaving her with her grandmother, and she has been in and out of homes since her grandmother's death, blaming Castiel for breaking her family apart by taking her father as a vessel.
Castiel helps her escape the center, but Claire steals his wallet and runs away again to rejoin with Dustin and Randy, friends of hers who were expecting her to collect money to help settle Randy's gambling debts.
The Winchesters and Castiel arrive in time to prevent the robbery, but Claire leaves them in disgust, declaring that Dustin and Randy are her family while the three men are just the people who killed her father.
However, when Randy's loan shark offers to take Claire to compensate for the debt, Randy agrees, forcing the Winchesters and Castiel to step in and save her.
They arrive at the house and are surprised to not see her, but when they hear screams coming from upstairs, they know she is in fact in the house, and in danger.
Castiel locates her and busts down the door of the room where the loan shark is attempting to rape her. Despite the Winchesters and Castiel saving her, Claire makes it clear that she still doesn't trust them, and resists Castiel's efforts to help her.
After being brought to the bunker, she runs away, and meets a couple who suggest that she kill Dean as the person responsible for her father's death, helping them arrange a trap for him.
However, she tips Dean off at the last minute, finding herself unable to go through with the plan, and he manages to fight them off and spare their lives despite the corrupting influence of the Mark of Cain.
Although Claire still intends to leave Castiel and find a new life on her own, she suggests that she would not be against him keeping in touch with her.
Months later, during "Angel Heart", Claire is now eighteen and has begun a search for her long-missing mother, tracking her through her diary to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Claire confronts Ronnie Cartwright, the last person to see her mother and is knocked unconscious. As Castiel is in the emergency contacts on her cell phone, the hospital calls him and he calls in Sam and Dean to help him deal with her.
After learning what she is up to, the Winchesters and Castiel decide to help her but she escapes the hospital and returns to her motel room where she finds Sam waiting for her while Dean and Castiel have gone to interrogate Ronnie.
Sam offers to help Claire hack her mother's credit card records which she is intrigued by and with what they learn from that combined with what Castiel and Dean learn from Ronnie, they are able to track Amelia to a farm run by a faith healer named Peter Holloway.
However, Dean and Claire are left behind as they don't want Claire getting hurt and the Mark of Cain's influence on Dean is getting worse.
While initially awkward for Dean and Claire, they bond over mini-golf and Claire inadvertently gives Dean a clue that they aren't dealing with a normal angel.
Searching through the lore, Claire discovers that Holloway is a Grigori , a class of angel that preys on humanity. When they are unable to reach Sam and Castiel, Dean allows Claire to join him in the rescue, even giving her a gun.
Claire and Dean find Castiel who has rescued a weak Amelia. Claire and her mother are finally reunited and Claire tearfully embraces her rather than berating her like she'd planned.
While Claire tries to help Amelia out of the barn, Holloway, revealed to be Tamiel, comes and tells her that Amelia is beyond saving.
Claire attempts to kill him with the gun and when she fails, he tries to kill her. Amelia sacrifices herself to save her daughter, leaving Claire devastated.
Sam, Dean and Castiel are unable to defeat Tamiel so Claire kills him herself with his own sword to save them and avenge her mother. The next day, the three decide to send her to Jody Mills until she can get on her feet and she forgives Dean and Castiel for their roles in Jimmy's death, taking with her a gift Castiel gave her for her birthday.
Dean takes back the gun, but leaves her Caddyshack and a lore book as he noticed her take Tamiel's sword and realizes she intends to become a hunter.
Claire hugs Castiel goodbye, finally accepting him as her new father figure. Dean , Sam and Gerry eventually find Charlie with help from the "prisoner" and are shocked to discover Gilda and Charlie making out.
Charlie is annoyed that they interrupted her but Gilda reveals that Gerry is her master. Gerry arrives and reveals that he takes the game too seriously, treating it like reality.
He had been taking out his competition for the upcoming Battle of the Kingdoms so that he could win and Charlie would choose him as King.
Gerry bought the spellbook off of eBay and was using Gilda to hobble his rivals, but killed two of them when they cheated at the game.
He forces Gilda to destroy Sam and Dean's guns and battles Dean as a suit of armor pins Sam. After Dean manages to knock Gerry's spellbook to the ground, Gilda tells Charlie to destroy the book and that Dean can't defeat Gerry.
Charlie gets Gerry's attention, telling him that she is the one that rescues the damsel in distress then stabs the book with a knife, breaking the spell and setting Gilda free.
With Gerry defeated, Dean knocks him out. Gilda shares a goodbye kiss with Charlie, then returns to her world with Gerry for punishment for him while Charlie hopefully calls after her to call her.
Charlie, Sam and Dean return to Moondoor where Charlie resumes her role as queen. Charlie decides to stop running and changing her identity and to stay and make a life for once.
She tells Sam and Dean to call her if they ever need her help again and heads off to lead her kingdom in the Battle of the Kingdoms which she is aware she is likely to lose along with her crown as Gerry decimated her "army.
At the Battle of the Kingdoms, Sam and Dean join her "army" and Dean gives a rallying speech that he rips off the movie Braveheart.
When Charlie questions it, Sam explains it is the only battle speech Dean knows. After Dean's speech, Charlie and her army charge into battle with the opposing kingdoms and win.
While visiting her mother, Charlie learns of a body with its insides liquefied and contacts Sam and Dean to let them know. They meet her at the Bunker , though she claims she was in Topeka for a comic book convention.
Charlie has already narrowed down most of the suspects and after she proves to be an excellent shot, Dean agrees to take her as back-up rather than Sam who is weakened from the trials to close the Gates of Hell.
Before taking Charlie to the morgue to investigate the body, Dean takes her to get a new suit. While there, he borrows her phone to call Sam and secretly activates her GPS.
Afterwards, they visit the morgue where Charlie nervously displays her badge upside-down and the coroner, Jennifer O'Brien , refuses to let them see the body without a chain of custody form.
Since they failed to convince her, Dean decides to return that night to break in and check, making Charlie nervous.
That night, after learning of another similar body being found, Dean and Charlie investigate the scene only to find Sam there investigating as well.
While Sam and Dean argue, Charlie talks with the teenagers who found the body and learn that they spotted a blue handprint on it. After failing to get Sam to leave, Dean takes off without either he or Charlie to go investigate the bodies.
Charlie and Sam break into the coroner's office first and meet Dean. When Jennifer arrives, Charlie distracts her by asking her for a copy of the paperwork they need and fashion advice.
Charlie distracts Jennifer long enough for Sam and Dean to learn that she burned the bodies on the orders of the CDC and escape.
Returning to the Bunker , Sam and Charlie use her iPad to eliminate possible suspects while Dean goes through John's Journal to try to find what could be doing it.
Dean finally learns from the Journal that a "bastard off-shoot" type of djinn is responsible and Charlie leaves to supposedly get them some food.
Charlie returns to an apartment she keeps and transfers money to pay her mother's hospital bills.
However, while she is doing that, she is attacked and captured by Jennifer who is the djinn they are after. Jennifer takes Charlie to a shipping warehouse she owns and reveals that unlike other djinn, her kind feeds off fear.
Charlie inadvertently reveals her connection to the hunting world by revealing her knowledge of what Jennifer is and Jennifer poisons her, saying her fear will be enough to feed her and another djinn that she mentions.
Before passing out, Charlie warns that Sam and Dean will find her and Jennifer welcomes it. After figuring out that Jennifer is the djinn , Sam and Dean track down Charlie and kill Jennifer.
Sam administers the antidote to djinn poison to Charlie, but it has no effect. Realizing from Dean's own experience with a djinn that Charlie will be stuck in a loop in a dream-like state, Dean uses African Dream Root to enter Charlie's mind to break her out of the loop.
In Charlie's mind, Dean finds her trapped in a nightmare where she is trapped in The Red Scare. Charlie saves him from the game's vampires and explains her connection to the game and how she's trapped in an infinite loop where she must protect the patients in the hospital from super-soldier vampires.
Charlie explains how she is trapped in her worst nightmare because this type of djinn feeds on fear and that there is two djinn, not one like they had believed.
Charlie leads Dean to the patients where Dean finds one is Charlie's mother and another is Sam. Dean explains how after Charlie disappeared he learned about her mother and realizes that her greatest fear isn't the video game or what it did to her, its losing her mother.
Charlie tells Dean how she believes what happened to her parents is her fault and how she wants to apologize to her mother and tell her she loves her and have her understand, but knows that will never happen.
Dean is sympathetic and convinces Charlie to let go of her mother as she is long gone. Once Charlie does so, the loop is broken and they return to the real world where Sam has killed the other djinn.
Charlie breaks down crying in Dean's arms. The next day, Charlie says goodbye to Sam and Dean who invite her to visit anytime and look through the Bunker's archives.
Charlie has learned from her experience and decides to let her mother go. At the hospital, Charlie signs forms to have her mother taken off of life-support and officially visits her for the first time, but before she lets her mother die, she reads The Hobbit to her one last time.
Needing someone to help them hack an antique computer, Sam and Dean call in Charlie who reveals that she has become a hunter herself and has hunted a ghost and a teenage vampire but wants more magic and adventure.
Charlie sets up her tablet computer to hack the computer's files and then goes to watch Game of Thrones with Sam and Dean while they are waiting for the download to finish.
Returning to the lab where the computer is, the three discover a large web on the back wall and opening it, they find Dorothy.
Charlie is excited to learn that Dorothy is the Dorothy from the Oz books and is insulted when Dorothy thinks that she is just a secretary.
Sam and Dean have Charlie work with Dorothy to find a way to stop the Wicked Witch of the West who is now loose in the Bunker and Charlie defends the Men of Letters to Dorothy, telling her that while he was never able to find her, James Haggerty never stopped searching for her and found out that poppy seed extract could stun the Witch.
Taking the extract that Haggerty got from a fairy he made a deal with, Charlie and Dorothy make four poppy seed bullets.
Charlie brings the bullets to Sam and Dean and after learning that Dean has the Key to Oz that the Witch needs for her plan, goes with him to his room to get it.
Dean finds the Key, but the Witch arrives, takes the Key and fires a blast at him. Charlie jumps in front of the blast and is killed, but Dean has Ezekiel resurrect her.
After her resurrection, Dean tells Charlie she was just knocked out and leaves her with Dorothy as he and Sam go to chase down the Wicked Witch.
When Charlie describes the "dream" she had of Christmas with her parents who were both still alive, Dorothy reveals that she was dead and in Heaven. Dorothy then reveals that she died too in Oz but was brought back and that she had followed her father, a Man of Letters on one of his travels and got trapped in Oz where she was helped by three freedom fighters who were cursed to become the Tin Man, Scarecrow and Lion by the Wicked Witch as a result.
After learning that Dorothy is the daughter of L. Frank Baum who wrote the Oz books when the Wicked Witch came to Earth and Dorothy became a hunter, Charlie realizes that the books were written to give Dorothy clues and suggests they find "something pointy" from the books to use on the Wicked Witch.
Following Charlie's idea, the two women travel to the Bunker's garage where Dorothy finds the Ruby Slippers in her motorcycle's saddle bags.
As they contain magic from Oz, Dorothy realizes that they can be used to kill the Wicked Witch. Sam and Dean arrive, possessed by the Wicked Witch and Dean pins Charlie, revealing that the Wicked Witch's plan is to actually bring her army to Earth to take over the world.
Charlie breaks free by kicking Dean in the balls and runs off with the slippers to stop the Wicked Witch while Dorothy distracts Sam and Dean.
The Wicked Witch manages to open the door to Oz and casts a spell to summon her army of Flying Monkeys, but while she's distracted, Charlie stabs her in the back of the head with one of the ruby slippers, fatally wounding her.
When the Wicked Witch turns around, Charlie stabs the other slipper into her forehead, killing her. Charlie then shuts the door just in time before the Flying Monkeys can reach it.
Charlie retrieves the key from the Witch's cloak and lets the freed Sam and Dean know when they arrive. With the Wicked Witch dead, Dorothy decides to return to Oz to free it from the Witch's forces and Sam, Dean and Charlie gather in the garage to say goodbye to her.
Charlie pulls Dean aside and reveals she knows the truth about her resurrection, but agrees to keep it a secret from Sam as long as she gets an explanation later.
Dorothy asks Charlie to come with her to help free Oz and excited by the chance to finally get to experience all that she has ever wanted, she agrees despite Dean's warnings of the dangers.
Waving goodbye to Sam and Dean, Charlie enters Oz with Dorothy. Sam comes across a video of Charlie beating up someone.
Dean believes there has to be a reason. Further research reveals another victim, both in Topeka. They decide to check it out, and while packing weapons Dean's hand shakes.
In Topeka, Sam and Dean question the torture victim. He tells them that Charlie wanted to know about the Middleton drunk driving case, Charlie is tracking driver that killed her parents.
Sam reviews Charlie's police file. They find out her real name is Celeste, and they stake out the house of a woman they believe Charlie is after for information.
A scream from the house sends Sam and Dean running. They find Charlie holding a knife to Barbara Cordry's throat. The boys attempt to question Charlie who makes a run for it, Dean tackles her and they wrestle, but Charlie is able to choke Dean out and escapes.
Once outside Charlie slashes Baby's tires before driving away, just as another Charlie pulls up. The second Charlie tells Sam and Dean that they need to catch up.
Charlie explains that there are two Charlies: one good and one bad. The split happened in Oz when the Wizard of Oz told Charlie that she had to release her inner darkness to win the war for Emerald City.
Charlie explains that the two Charlies are connected physically but are two separate beings. The boys want to put the two Charlies back together.
They surmise that they need the Wizard's help, but the key to Oz is broken. However, the first step is finding Dark Charlie.
They discover that it all leads back to Russell Wellington who it appears was the drunk driver that killed Charlie's parents. The Boys split up, with Sam and Charlie returning to the Bunker to find a way back to Oz and Dean trying to find Dark Charlie.
Sam and Charlie search the Men of Letters archives and they find out that Clive Dillon is the one that originally found the key to Oz.
It seems that Clive went to Oz, and then L. Frank Baum rescued Clive. Clive retired, and Sam and Charlie track him to a nearby town.
Meanwhile Dean stakes out the office of Wellington. Dark Charlie shows up, and she convinces Dean that she just wants to talk to Wellington.
Dean allows her to do this, but Dark Charlie kills Wellington instead. Dean calls Sam to tell him what happened. Sam tells Dean to meet them at Clive Dillon's house.
Before Dean can leave to meet Sam, Dark Charlie approaches him and teases him about his dark side. Dean taunts back that Sam and Good Charlie have a way to end Dark Charlie.
Dark Charlie leaves and steals Baby. Sam and Charlie arrive at Clive's house and explain why they are there.
At first, he denies knowing anything about Oz, but then he tells them that his Dark Half is really the Wizard of Oz.
He can't fix the key or Charlie. Charlie is worried about Dorothy. Clive doesn't know how to get back to Oz, but he knows how to get the Wizard to come to him.
Clive shoots himself. Dark Charlie confronts Dean on the front lawn of the house. Inside the Wizard comes through a mirror, and immobilizes Sam, while Dean and Dark Charlie fight outside.
Charlie feels every punch that Dean lands on Dark Charlie. Clive is lying on the floor with a gunshot and he points to the gun, indicating that Charlie should shoot him.
She picks up the gun, apologizes to Clive, and shoots him in the head, killing both Clive and the Wizard. Sam, who is now freed, carries Charlie outside and yells for Dean to stop hitting Dark Charlie.
Sam lays Charlie next to Dark Charlie and then pulls out a key that the Wizard had with him. The two Charlies confront each other before Sam puts the key in Charlie's hand.
The two Charlies merge into one. Sam comforts Charlie while a desolate Dean watches. Back at the Bunker, Sam fills in Cas via phone.
Sam is worried about Dean —- they have to find something. A banged up Charlie approaches the Boys.
She has slept for 2 days and she has had enough rest. Charlie is not good or bad, just balanced.
Charlie asks about the Mark and Sam has found a book that might be helpful, but the book is in Tuscany. Charlie volunteers to check it out. Before she leaves, she tells Dean that they will fix this, meaning the Mark of Cain.