- "He's probably got a lot of personal problems. The poor clod just cracked..."
- ―Indiana Jones on Harvey Pondexter[src]
Harvey Pondexter was a meek, unassuming accountant at the National Museum.
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Bitter over his neglected role in the National Museum's operations, in 1936 Harvey Pondexter stole a trunk full of abandoned relics, including a set of gold armor and some demonoid bones. Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood caught up with Pondexter at the Sea Vista Hotel. There, the crazed accountant—now calling himself "Pondexter the First"—frantically attacked the pair, and in the end lunged over a balcony to his death.