Biography[edit | edit source]
When René Emile Belloq disappeared mysteriously on an island near Crete in 1936 with only Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood returning unharmed, Belloq's son took it upon himself to track Jones in hopes of discovering the truth of what had happened there for himself. Over time, he came to believe there was a score to settle between himself and his father's old rival, feeling Jones' account at what happened regarding the Ark of the Covenant to be disrespectful.
From at least 1938 to 1957, the man kept records on Jones' activities through second hand information. In 1957, he planted the notion that Jones was involved in Communist activity to the police force in Jones' home town of Bedford, threatening the professor's job at Marshall College.
Personality and traits[edit | edit source]
An archaeologist like his father, Belloq's son was willing to travel across the globe for his own goals; in his case, searching out information regarding his father's mysterious "disappearance", in which both Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood were involved. As such, Belloq's son spent at least nineteen years following Jones' operations so he could enact his revenge against him for what happened to his father. Unlike Belloq, however, his son was a vengeful yet considered individual, as when he became aware of Jones' and Ravenwood's engagement, he opted to give them respite for their honeymoon before proceeding with his plans.