Malcolm Crowdler . . . the evil President of the United States, one hundred years in the future. I find that I tend to have an evil ruler in my stories: King Jorrid in Across the Stars, Malcolm Crowdler in The Experiment, the Stryte Toarna in my WIP (work in progress) Creighton Hill . . . evil rulers are just so useful in a story. The backstory of the creation of the character Malcolm Crowdler is nothing spectacular. I needed an evil president, and Malcolm Crowdler was the first name I thought of, so that's who he became. Honestly, I don't know much of his backstory as a character either. I'm not much like Tolkien, I don't create extensive history for my stories and characters. I just fill it in when necessary. And I never found a reason to make up President Crowdler's backstory. But here's what I do know.
found out from Miss Reginald that he was commissioned by The Head to
fulfill the position of President. I don't know who The Head is, though.
According to Miss Reginald, the President is selfish and likes
power. He likely held a position in the government before he became
president. He is very controlling, and doesn't like to tell people what
is going on. He tends to make others work on a need to know basis. He
obviously is smart enough to control the country, he must not be a
product of the purposefully bad schools. However, he must not be the one
completely in charge, whoever The Head is would be that. He is rather
cruel, and his treatment of Johnson is no exception. He even calls
himself Johnson's master. Malcolm Crowdler's outcome in the story is one
I will not divulge. You have to read it for yourself.