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William "Wild Will" Fitzpatrick, once an operative of the O.S.S. renowned for his daring exploits, was known amongst his peers as "a bit of a bounder".[1] During World War II, Will worked for the OSS, alongside the Whizzer, engaged in in-depth interviews with significant figures such as WAVES Ensign Betty Dean, Professor Phineas Horton, and General Chester Phillips. Their discussions delved into the exploits of iconic wartime figures including the Sub-Mariner, the Human Torch, and Captain America, offering valuable insights into their roles and impact during the conflict.[2]

After departing from the agency, he embraced a new role as a devoted father to his daughter, Mary Fitzpatrick. Tragically, his wife passed away while Mary was still in her tender years, leaving Will to shoulder the responsibility of raising her single-handedly. Despite facing this adversity, he spared no expense in providing Mary with the finest education available. However, fate dealt a cruel hand when Fitzpatrick's journey in life concluded while Mary was away at school, leaving her to navigate the world without his guiding hand.# father, his wife died so young, he was the only parent she really knew.[3]

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