Cam grew up in an emotionally abusive home, with his mother, Suzanne Henry, disciplining him for sleepwalking with a pigs mask and wetting himself.
One night, Suzanne got especially angry which caused Cam to push her down the stairs, killing her. Cam's father, Alan Henry, grew concerned with Cam but left him alone due to underestimating the amount of impact that event had on him.
Between then and thirty years later, Cam became a police officer for Waterbury and married June Henry, an ex-medical examiner.
Upon Sarah's return, Cam decided to don the mask of the Executioner and cleanse the town of all of it's filth by targeting those who he considered having committed one of the Seven Deadly Sins of Man.
Sarah Bennett Edit
During their first interaction in thirty years, Cam welcomed Sarah back with open arms. But after the murder of his wife, June Henry, Cam becomes bitter and resentful for months afterwards. He begins to blame her for all the deaths happening around town since she came back but soon becomes remorseful of accusing her of being the murderer and saying she brought the darkness with her.
June Henry Edit
June and Cam's relationship. However, while June admitted to cheating on Cam with Trent McBride, and with Cam eventually murdering her as the Executioner, their relationship probably wasn't very stable. He did appear anguished at the news of her death and again when identifying her body though he may have been pretending to feel upset by her death so as to not arouse suspicion.
The Executioner Edit
However, in combination with the Executioner's laws of vengeance and righteousness, and his father's history in biblical teachings, Cam took it upon himself to "cleanse the town" and kill those whom have committed the seven deadly sins of man.