|First appearance||The Golden Goose|
|Date of death||2007|
|Occupation||Richard Drucker's pilot|
Hampton "Goose" Connolly was Richard Drucker's pilot.
In 1992, Goose and Drucker crash-land their plane in the Himalayas of Bhutan. Goose lives there for 15 years, until he receives a visit from Bob. Bob interrogates Goose about the whereabouts of Drucker, first turning his arm to gold, when he doesn't answer. Bob then turns Goose's entire body to gold. Goose is carried out of Bhutan on a stretcher as a life-size golden statue. Later, Bob leaves the golden statue in a giant vat, left to melt.
- On January 18, 2008, the Richard Drucker page at NBC.com was updated to read, "In the January 7 graphic novel, a shocking revelation came to light... the man we thought was Richard Drucker was actually his personal pilot, Goose Hampton. The real Richard Drucker died in a plane crash years ago."
- In a roster posted on A Hero's Quest, Eric Thompson, Sr., is listed as going to Thimpu, Bhutan, for business related to "Goose".
- If Drucker died in 1992 (according to NBC), then Traveler believed that Goose was Drucker and actually gave Goose the message from Hana Gitelman. (Graphic Novel:The Last Shangri-La)
15 years ago, Drucker and Goose were flying through the Himalayas...
...and local women, but Drucker was reported killed in the crash.
...but one night, Bob awakens Goose at gunpoint...
...threatening Goose, first turning his arm to gold...
- For other uses of Goose, see Goose (disambig).