La Bon Vie
Gerard Millon was murdered on June 1, 1750. His body was found surrounded by a large pool of blood in an alley off of the Rue Charlemagne. When the investigating officer, Inspector Phillipe Berard, arrived on the scene with Gene Moreau to investigate, the two of them are able to determine that Gerard was ambushed in the alleyway and had his throat slit. He was dressed in nice clothing that was not fit to him, and the clothing was a little gaudy. He was wearing costume jewelry to appear more affluent. On his person he was carrying a well used, but nice sword and dagger as well as a key and 200 gold coins. Through later investigation he was determined to be working as a street pimp prior to his murder.