The ever-inquisitive journalist Clare Nettles is determined to get as much information out the Sally Face killer as possible before his trial.
Clare Nettles had pale skin and blonde hair who was likely in her early 40s.
Clare Nettles' imposter is an average brunette woman, likely in her late 30s to early 40s with a scar across her parietal ridge.
Clare Nettles' imposter, much like Sal Fisher, is a very calm and understanding individual, more than happy to adapt to fit the situation as needed. However, this could have been a ruse to get Sal to confess what he knew of the Devourers of God's activities.
When Sal accuses her imposter of editing his story about the Bologna Incident, she remained unfazed and made a deal to air it untouched in exchange for full details.
Clare Nettles served as Faux News's news anchor for the factory fire that broke out in Nockfell, detailing it as the largest of three throughout history.
Clare's imposter was the journalist for the trial of The Sally Face Killer and calmly questions the authenticity of various allegations perpetuated towards Sal.
When Sal agrees to tell her, in full, the details of why he refuses to eat bologna she reveals to him that his childhood friend, Ashley Campbell, was going to testify against him, much to his chagrin.
When Sal Fisher questions Nettles about the condition of Todd Morrison, she shares that he remains a patient at a mental institution who was prone to violence when his pleas for death went unheeded.
- Clare is a reporter for Faux News, which is ironic because Faux is the French word for "Fake".
- Furthermore, Clare, who talked with Sal Fisher, is an imposter, while Clare Nettles, who was on the news, serves as Faux News's news anchor for the factory fire that broke out in Nockfell.
- It is very likely that the real Clare Nettles is dead or taken by the Devourers of God as is the case with the two other individuals that were replaced by the cult (Charley missing, and Enon deceased)