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Brenda Carlton
Brenda Carlton
River Heights, Illinois
River Heights
Today's Times
Heights Nine News
Field Reporter
Alibi in Ashes
Stay Tuned for Danger
Shadow at the Water's Edge
Nancy Drew
Voiced by
Megan Jones
Brenda Carlton is a reporter in River Heights. She works for Today's Times (the newspaper) and Heights Nine News (on television). She and Nancy are sort of enemies, since the mysteries Nancy always solves around town get in the way of Brenda doing her job and covering the stories. Brenda is ruthless in her information gathering tactics, and will often dress in disguises and set up stings.

History Edit

Stay Tuned for Danger Edit

If Nancy gets tired of talking to Bill Pappas, she can tell him her name is actually Brenda Carlton and that she works for Today's Times, and he ends the conversation.

Shadow at the Water's Edge Edit

On the computer in the lobby it says she stayed at the Ryokan Hiei in room #38 on the second floor.

Nancy Wig

Brenda's bag, with a titian wig

Alibi in Ashes Edit

Brenda 2
In 2011, Brenda immediately covers the story of the Town Hall fire and tries to paint Nancy as the arsonist.

In the investigation of Bess, George and Ned, they uncover that Brenda had sent Nancy a note telling her to go the town hall (the first of which Deirdre Shannon intercepted), and set up the whole fire and covering of the story afterwards. She even used a disguise of Nancy again, making Deirdre think she was following Nancy. When Nancy discovers a bag of evidence in Brenda's lair, she brings it to Chief McGinnis, who arrests her in the middle of her broadcast. She continues to cover the weather at Heights Regional Correction Center.

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