Eastwood

Eastwood was born Elijah Foster in 1841 in a quiet, backwoods town near the border of Tennessee and Alabama. In his mortal life, he was a casualty in the American Civil War. After death, the flame of his immense willpower, desiring to get home to his beloved new wife whom he’d left to enlist, refused to be snuffed out, and he awoke, three years later, as an ethereal being — a ghost. Never able to reunite with his love, he has walked the Earth since that time, accruing experience and wisdom, and participating in every major American war with the sole goal to save the lives of the enlisted. He believes in love, romance and enjoying the small things in life.

Powers: Immortality, Ability to Change Between Ethereal and Corporeal, Fires of the Spirit World

Ryan is a writer from Los Angeles, California. Follow him on Twitter here, and be sure to buy his new book, Gods of the American Wild.