- "I'm telling you it's not illegal! Me and some friends of mine..."
- ―John Ferdinand Jamison
Events of L.A. Noire
Jamison worked as an employee at the Pacific Electric Railyard and was also something of a social outcast. After coming off shift, Jamison began to head home and discovered the body of Evelyn Summers. However, he didn't report the body. As the LAPD arrived at the crime scene, Jamison was questioned by Cole Phelps and Rusty Galloway to obtain information on the case.
However, to the detectives' disgust, they quickly found out that Jamison was a necrophiliac. He told Phelps and Galloway that he was kissing Evelyn's body, fully aware that she was dead, and even used her lipstick on her body. Galloway punched him in the face in disgust. Though Jamison insisted that he did nothing illegal, Galloway punched him again. He was then taken to jail by Officer Clyde Hart (who said Jamison "makes [him] sick.") for suspicious activity, with Rusty vowing to "deal with him later."
Coroner Malcolm Carruthers later discovered that Jamison was friends with one of his assistants at the morgue, hence had the assistant fired. Although eliminated from the list murder suspects, Captain James Donnelly personally "dealt" with Jamison for his deviancy. Jamison was later released.
- [Leaving interview early.] "Come on, Officer. You gotta give me a proper chance to explain."
- [Inactivity.] "Quit staring at me like I'm some kind of freak."
- Taylor also provides the face for the Disturbed Suspect (however a clearly different person for obvious reasons) in the Traffic desk's street crime "Cosmic Rays". His face is used for a character in the Vice DLC case "Reefer Madness" walking out of the 20th Century Market, prior to Earle requesting uniformed assistance.