Merison Oil Employee #E4869-7 was a worker for the Merison Oil company, who was responsible for surveying the waters of a British Columbia bay that Merison Oil hoped to mine for oil.
One day, while Employee #E4869-7 and another worker were surveying the waters, when a Titanoboa destroyed her colleague's boat, the female employee tried to flee to safety in her own boat. However, she fell overboard, and was subsequently dragged down and eaten by the Titanoboa.
The Titanoboa later regurgitated Employee #E4869-7's digested remains and her items on the shore, where they were found by Evan Cross. (Sisiutl)