Agents of the EveryDay Earth Corps

Our Agents

Agent BellamyAgent Justin Bellamy

Codename: Fisherman

Agent Bellamy is an Earth scientist and expert in natural resources such as water, oil and natural gas, and coal. He investigates the complex relationships between humans and these important Earth resources. He frequently participates in joint EDEC/FBI operations as an undercover operative in Bass Fishing Tournaments where his work has helped expose the seedy underbelly of so-called "bass fighting" rings. 

In his real life cover job, Justin Bellamy is a professional geologist with Ibex Ventures LLC in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Mr Sean BinghamMr Sean Bingham

Codename: DeadStone

Mr Sean Bingham is a geologist and Earth Scientist focused on understanding Earth's history. He is a "reader of the rocks" who can interpret ancient events and help us understand how things came to be. Sean is also one of the world's foremost experts on dark scary places and a horror-movie fanatic. Hence his codename: DeadStone.

Sean's real life cover job is that of Sr. Geologist at Devon Energy Corporation, in Oklahoma City, OK. 

Agent BoneAgent Bone

Codename: The Maestro

Agent Bone is the EDEC's Mission Director. Not just a geologist, but Mr. B help's monitor's ongoing missions and provides helpful information to rookies and agents on the whereabouts of Dr. Desmond Discord.


When Maestro Bone is not working undercover, he is a Geologist at B1 Exploration LLC, in Edmond Ok.

Agent DennieAgent Dennie

Codename: Cap'n D

Shortly after receiving his PhD in Earth Science, Devin stumbled across an unpublished manuscript chronicling the adventures of his long lost relative, Denholm Dennie. It was Denholm who first discovered the exceedingly rare mineral Estemite in the jungles of South America and helped to incorporate it into the secret recipe for Strata Soda. Devin has spent the last few years looking for the Estemite samples Denholm hid, and deposits in North America. He formed the EveryDay Earth Corps to help track and understand the unusual mineral as well as decode and investigate other mysteries of the natural world.

Devin's daytime cover story is as follows: he is a Geoscience Manager with Devon Energy Corp. in Oklahoma City, and he moonlights as author of multiple children's books with DK Publishing, and is a frequent guest expert on Discovery's Science Channel. He also is the chef star of the series "Geology Kitchen".

Agent DulinAgent Dulin

Codename: Hailfire

As a child, Agent Dulin witnessed her beloved pet rock whisked away in a tornado at her family's farm. Since then she has devoted her life to understanding weather and climate and how it effects Earth's systems. To that end, she recently completed work on a new technology to track water through its many complex interactions with Planet Earth! She is also knowledgable of exogeology, the study of the geology of other planets!

When not chasing tornadoes, Shannon Dulin is a Professor at the University of OKlahoma ConocoPhillips School of Geology and Geophysics in Norman, Oklahoma.

Agent GravesAgent Evans

Codename: Sparkplug

Evans was recruited by the Corps at a young age when she rewired her family's VCR to be a short-range matter transportation device. Even though the transporter combined a few of her pets into a doberman/goldfish hybrid and was considered a failure, it was a great first step to eventually developing the Terravator. Her special combination of geology and engineering skills have helped EDEC agents harness the powers of the mineral Estemite. ("Goldy the Dobie-Fish" now stands guard over the GeoGarage at EDE Headquarters.)


Stacey hides in plain sight as a Geologist with the Oklahoma Geological Survey, in Norman OK.

Agent GravesAgent Graves

Codename: Highwayman

After several semi-disastrous attempts to study ancient man by means of various time travel methods, archaeologist Agent Graves finally settled on studying human history by means of physically examining the remains of ancient civilizations.... instead of traveling back in time to interact interact with them. While he no longer has access to time travel technology, the general consensus is that our current timeline is actually the result of one of his time traveling mishaps, and is the reason why the Earth is no longer inhabited by intelligent Turtle-People.

(Interesting Fact: While the Turtle-People didn't wear clothes, every last one of them wore some kind of hat.)

When not waxing poetic on ancient peoples. Adam Graves is the President of GraviTATE LLC, the famous company responsible for helping restore the Apollo Mission Control at NASA for its 50th Anniversary.

Agent HumboltAgent Humbolt

Codename: Dusty

Agent Humbolt is an expert in rocks, dinosaurs and fossils. She worked her way through paleontology school working as a balloon animal sculptor with a focus on dinosaur balloon animals, eventually becoming the third most famous animal balloon sculptor in the world! She gave up that lucrative career to pursue full time paleontological investigations at the EDE Corps but she still occasionally moonlights as artistic consultant, pointing out physiological inaccuracies in balloon animal art vs the ancient rock record.


When not being chased by the police, you can find Aubrey Humbolt at Devon Energy Corporation in Oklahoma City, OK, where she resides as a Geoscience Manager.

Agent YunkerAgent Yunker

Codename: Mineshaft

Agent Yunker helps EDEC investigate the treasures mined from deep within the Earth. She is the rock, metals and minerals expert for the team. Little know outside of government circles, Yunker led the team that first made contact with a subterranean tribe of [REDACTED]. Her vast knowledge of the speleomorphology led to the formation of a peace treaty, exchange of antiquated technologies and eventual "Top Secret" classification of the mysterious, underground society of [REDACTED]. A parade was thrown in her honor at an undisclosed location. (It is rumored the Queen of England attended personally, while disguised as a cavern tour guide.)


Molly covers up her true identity by secretly working at the Oklahoma Geological Survey in Norman OK, as a science education specialist.