Wilfred Leland James was the husband of Arlette James, the father of Henry James, and a resident of Hemingford Home, Nebraska. In 1922, he murdered his wife with the help of his son in an attempt to stay in Hemingford Home, Nebraska.
He is greedy, manipulative, sneaky, and somewhat selfish. However, he does have a conscience, and he deeply regrets his actions during 1922.
"I will never live in Omaha. Cities are for fools.”"
"The Bible says that an ungrateful child is like a serpent’s tooth, but a nagging and ungrateful Wife is ever so much sharper than that."