|First appearance||Life Before Eden|
|Residence||Mr. Ellis's home|
|Significant others||Eden's mother, |
Eden's stepmother (deceased)
|Child||Eden McCain (deceased)|
After Eden's death, Mr. Bennet tracks down Eden's father at his home; he is now much older but still an alcoholic. Eden's father's disinterest in his daughter enrages Mr. Bennet, and he exclaims that Eden overcame her past and died a hero. Eden's father finally shows some remorse, saying "I'm sorry. It's not my fault..." Walking away, Mr. Bennet tells The Haitian, "Don't erase everything. Leave the guilt."