This unnamed demon worked for Crowley.
After the witch Delta Mandotta betrays Kevin and Linda Tran to Crowley, he appears in the abandoned restaurant they are hiding in with this demon. The demon watches as Crowley makes Delta disappear and is then ordered to kill Linda and destroy the makings for the demon bomb spell. After Crowley and Kevin disappear, the demon advances on Linda with a smug smile but she grabs a squirt gun full of holy water and blasts the demon in the face with it, causing him incredible pain. Linda is able to subdue and capture the demon before calling the Winchesters for help with rescuing Kevin.
When Linda meets up with the Winchesters and Castiel, Dean asks if she has any idea where Crowley took Kevin. Linda tells him "no, but uh, this guy might" before opening her trunk to reveal the demon bound under a devil's trap. Dean then draws the demon-killing knife and prepares to torture the demon for the location of Kevin. The demon eventually gives up the location of an abandoned factory in Atlantic, Iowa where Crowley's base is located.
Arriving at the factory, Dean opens Linda's trunk and asks the demon if its the right place. After a brief glance, the demon confirms it. Dean then stabs him through the heart with the demon-killing knife, killing the demon before closing the trunk lid on his body.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
This demon appeared to be a regular low-level demon with the powers of one.
- Demonic Possession - As a demon, he needed a vessel to walk the Earth.
- Immortality - As a demon, he would never age or die unless killed.
- Invulnerability - As a demon he was invulnerable to normal methods of harm.
- Holy Water - As a regular low-level demon, he could be hurt by holy water as shown when Linda Tran sprayed him with it.
- Devil's Trap - Like all demons, he could be bound by a devil's trap.
- Higher-Tier demons - As a low-level demon, he was subservient to and weaker than higher level demons.
- Demon-killing knife - As a low-level demon, he could be killed with the knife.
- The demon only has one line, "yes", after Dean asks if they are at the right place.