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Character Name: Charles Rane Fandom: Passenger 57 Canon Character, AU or OC: Canon Species: Human Point in Fandom: End of movie, when falling out of the plane to his death History: Little is known about British airline terrorist Charles Rane's pre-criminal history. He had a very abusive childhood, enough that it (and the topic of insanity) is a hot button. He was never allowed toys. Abused by his father, Charles killed him in a violent manner. Later in life, he was a known terrorist, top of the list on several agencies, Interpol and FBI among them, plus he had connections to the Middle East which made it hard to catch him. He was sought for his crimes of hijackings and two airplane bombings. However, he corrected his attorney that it was twice that amount. Interpol thought they had him once, but used a train explosion to escape in the flames. The attorney mentioned his childhood and an insanity plea, which made him flip out, terrifying the lawyer. Rane was unafraid of the police and courts, knowing he had a plan in motion. Aboard the plane in FBI custody, he already had several of his own people hidden. He easily took over the plane in minutes, his two FBI captors killed. Unfortunately, security specialist John Cutter interfered and halted the plans, but not before Rane killed a hostage (right after asking about his family). Cutter had escape with an attendant, dumping the fuel so they had to land in a backwater town.
Rane arranged with the sheriff to let go of half the passengers. Rane was eventually captured by Cutter in the county fair. But.. the terrorists had orders to start killing if their leader wasn't returned, so he was allowed back on board. As the plane lifted off once more, Rane was ready to keep going and made more plans with his associate Sabrina. But then Cutter had somehow sneaked onto the plan, dealt with a few of the bad guys, and was left with Charles in a big fight. They were evenly matched, ruthless, each gaining the upper hand for a moment, a bloody fight of combat skills. Rane's gun had went off and they began to lose cabin pressure. During the fight, Cutter was near the open door, but then fought back, ending up with Rane stuck in the opening and holding on. Cutter had placed a few groin kicks, then a boot to the face.. upon which Charles Rane lost his grip and was falling to his death.