Walter Jacobs is the security guard for the Museum, employed or hired by the professor. He is seemingly scared of almost anything sharp, ominous, slightly intimidating or not-so-modern - sometimes even his own shadow.
He repeatedly stumbles onto the effects of the many spells Tut-Ankh-En-Set-Amun uses, or even Tutenstein himself, but either is so deeply scared of it he freaks out a little, and forgets it, or thinks it is just a dream.
A relatively lousy security guard, this is possibly the greatest reason that Tut has not gotten into trouble - but Walter is under endless troubling, by Tutenstein, the Professor, and otherwise.
At one point, Tutenstein read a scroll, the Scroll of Thoth, causing Walter's intelligence to literally skyrocket, and he essentially could speak and teach about anything in the museum, which eventually angered Thoth - and deeply annoyed Behdety, since he effectively was put away from the center of attention - completely. The effect was however reversed later on, returning Walter to his normal, semi-useless self.
Relations and other people
Horace Behdety: His employer, which more than once berates Walter for his more than obvious stupidity.
Tutenstein: The undead, 3000 year old mummy boy king, which freaks him out a lot of the time, directly and indirectly.
Cleo: (TO BE EDITED)
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