|Seen In||"The Unusual Suspects"|
Red Flag Agent
The agent used his shapeshifting ability to impersonate Dr. Lee Rosen and steal confidential files concerning the MK-Ultra experiments, resulting in the deaths of three scientists who worked on the project, presumably the precursors to the DoD's Alpha project.
Rosen's Team was detained as a result, at which point the agent, still disguised, helped them to escape. He then attempted to have Gary Bell destroy the files that he had stolen, but was thwarted by the real Dr. Rosen. He impersonated Gary while attempting to escape. Despite this, he was caught and sent to Binghamton's Building Seven, a mysterious facility where dangerous Alphas are sent, never to be heard from again.
Creighton is able to morph and alter his biological structure including bones, skin, vocal cords and hair to impersonate any adult male. However, he needs exact details to make the impersonation perfect, often forcing him to follow targets for days to weeks examining exact hair color and length, exact vocal pattern, exact skin color etc. as well as studying personality quirks. Once Creighton has accomplished a perfect impersonation he can shift between them within minutes as seen when he morphed from Dr. Rosen into Gary before being captured by Dr. Rosen's team. However, He cannot hold another form for a long period of time. Within several hours of being disguised as Lee Rosen, Creighton began to experience intense pain and even began to loose hold of his shape causing half his face to collapse. Creighton can alter his form but not his DNA. as Rachel was able to identify Creighton by examining his blood type seeing it was different than Dr. Rosen's.
- While impersonating Gary Bell, the agent dropped his act; at this point Ryan Cartwright used his natural English accent.
- Though the morphogene is never named directly, Hale (the necrotic assassin) does say that "Creighton wanted [Rosen] alive to take the fall." Given its English derivation, Creighton is likely this agent's name.
- Crichton is, of course the eponymous butler and hero of J.M. Barrie's play "The Admirable Crichton".