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Luke Wallace is a fictional husband and father and a minor character featured on the CW Network television series Supernatural. Played by actor David Ingram, he appeared in the seventh episode of season four, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester".
- "This Luke Wallace - he was so vanilla that he made vanilla seem spicy."
- ―Dean Winchester
Luke Wallace was a man in his apparent mid-thirties who lived in a rural American town with his wife and infant child. On October 29th, 2008, Mrs. Wallace returned home with candy for the trick or treaters. She warned Luke not to touch the candy, assuring him that he could have as much as he wanted after Halloween. Once she was out of sight however, Luke popped open the candy container and ate a piece.
He immediately noticed some discomfort and reached into his mouth to pull out a razor blade which had mysteriously embedded itself to the roof of his mouth. He then began coughing up blood and spitting out two more razor blades before collapsing to the floor, dead. His wife discovered the body moments later. In addition to the razor blades that he had coughed up, an autopsy revealed four more inside of his stomach lining. Sam and Dean Winchester interviewed the widow and discovered a hex bag hidden behind the oven in the kitchen. They eventually discovered that Luke had been ritualistically murdered by a powerful witch going by the name of Tracy Davis. 
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Luke Wallace was created by director Charles Beeson and writer Julie Siege based on concepts developed by Eric Kripke.
- Tracy Davis knew Luke Wallace professionally. She was known to work for him as a babysitter.
See also Edit
- ↑ Wife; alive.
- ↑ Supernatural: It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester; Chapter One, "Candy".