Mason "Cleaner" Whitehouse
Biographical information
BirthplaceBrisbane, Australia
Birth dateJanuary 13th, 1915
Death dateJanuary 14th, 1945
Physical description
Weight180 pounds
Hair colorBlonde
Eye colorGreen
Affiliation and military information
AffiliationRoyal Australian Air Force, SAS
RankAirman (RAAF), Corporal (SAS)
SpecialtyClose Range Specialist
BattlesSee missions


Mason "Cleaner" Whitehouse is the name of a 1944-era relative to Ghost. He served as a shotgunner in his squad.


Born in Brisbane, Australia and raised on two generations of war stories, Mason Whitehouse joined the RAAF just before the outbreak of WWII and was transferred to England for SAS work. His nickname of "Cleaner" was gained during a mission in the Dutch East Indies when he cleared an entire Japanese stronghold by himself.


Mason was involved with Operation Razor's Edge. He also used the M1897 Trenchgun and a .357 Magnum revolver.


Mason had a rather dim view on life and is very sarcastic and cynical. He trusts Edward "Shadow" Black and Wolf with his life in combat - but not much else.


  • "You can out-smart a man all you want - you can't, however, out-smart a bullet." (Member of Wolf's Pack pulls a bullet out of his boot and stands it on its end) (Sweetwater's WW2 equivilant: Quick! What's one plus one? ...Time's UP! HA! That proves you can outsmart a bullet!)
  • (Holding up a German officer's pistol) "Think he'll want this back?"
  • (Whispered to a dead German) "You got blood on my shoes, mate."
  • "I don't like to think of it as a suicide mission - I like to think of it as an exploration into what may happen when you're close to death. There's a reason I joined the RAAF you know."