|“||Hey there, cranky. You were gone so long, I just assumed alcoholic coma.||”|
— The demon to Bobby Singer
This unnamed crossroad demon was captured and interrogated by Bobby Singer.
When Bobby failed to retrieve his soul from Crowley, he sought to find out about the King of Hell's identity when he was a human. To do this, Bobby captured and locked up this crossroad demon in the basement.
Through unknown means, Bobby discovered this demon's human remains and used a flame thrower to burn them, causing this demon immense pain. She finally gave in and revealed that Crowley's human name was "Fergus MacLeod", and that the demons called him "Lucky the Leprechaun".
Despite being promised freedom, Bobby torched her bones with a flamethrower, burning the demon and her vessel to ash.
After the Winchesters are able to get their hands on Crowley's human bones, Crowley states his belief that burning a demon's human bones to kill them is a myth but Bobby tells Crowley that he knows an employee of his that would "beg to differ." Crowley realizes the fate of this demon and comments that he'd wondered where she'd gotten off to.
- It is unknown how Bobby found out her original human name and thus the location of her original bones.
- Until The Scorpion and The Frog, she was the only demon to ever die by having their human bones burned. In The Scorpion and the Frog, her fellow Crossroad Demon Barthamus suffers the same fate.
- Sharon Taylor, who plays Bobby's Crossroad Demon, later portrays the demon Ardat in The Rupture.