After seeing with the Winchesters and Bobby Singer learn about Crowley's connection to Ellsworth, the Seraphim Castiel decided to kill Ellsworth so that he could not be interrogated. Castiel arrived just after Ellsworth's hunters had brought a monster to Ellsworth and were ordered to take it out back. As the two demons moved to do so, Castiel shoved them to the ground by the faces and promptly smote them and then Ellsworth.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
These demons appeared to be regular low-level demons with the powers of ones.
- Demonic Possession - As demons, they needed a vessel to walk the Earth.
- Immortality - As demons, they would never age or die unless killed.
- Invulnerability - As demons they was invulnerable to normal methods of harm.
- Super Strength - As demons, they were stronger than most humans and monsters. They were able to capture monsters for Ellsworth and Crowley, but were no match for an angel.
As regular low-level demons, they possessed all the weaknesses of ones.
- These two hunters seem to be a reminiscence of Sam and Dean Winchester, judging by their clothing. This fits with the fact that Ellsworth is a nod to Bobby Singer.