Walks Upon Earth, more commonly known as Jeremy, is a Cree sound technician. He appears in "Manifest Destiny".
Walks Upon Earth is first seen handling the audio for a re-enactment of a conflict between the 19th century colonists of Cain's End and the local Blackfeet tribe. He laughs at their mockery of the event, not even needing to know of its particulars to see their butchery of it. His girlfriend, Rosalie, encourages him to weigh in on the subject, but he remains reserved and continues to record from the background. However, when re-enactor Chad tries to have a "Ti-Cree" fight with Walks Upon Earth, he accidentally knocks him and Claire onto the ground, cutting Walks Upon Earth's hand on the grave of Sheriff Stone in the process.
This unknowingly sets off a chain of events that enchants the re-enactors to repeat history: not the marriage faux-history they were re-enacting, but the true history, a massacre. After a bad experience with one of the original, enchanted artifacts of the town, Walks Upon Earth drags the truth out of Claire. Everyone then tries to escape, but Walks Upon Earth is handed a tomahawk for self-defense, which possesses him just like the other re-enactors. Mindless, hearing the Sheriff's words "nothing but a savage" sight through his mind, he tries to attack Rosalie and eventually finds himself in a duel with the Sheriff himself.
Soon finding victory, he nearly kills the Sheriff, but seeing the tattoo of his spirit name on his wrist allows him to reassert his identity and reject the compulsion, tossing aside the bewitched tomahawk. He goes to leave with Rosalie, Claire, and Chad, but they're prevented by a barrier around the town keeping all original artifacts within its borders. They discard the artifacts and pass through, but Rosalie is blocked, so Walks Upon Earth goes back into town with her, hiding behind a wagon.
Looking at the artifact Rosalie refused to leave behind, he found it to be the journal of Sheriff Stone himself, with her writing in the margins. As he reads, he learns that she intended to club the horrific reality of the town's history onto his head at an ideal moment in order to draw out his native past. Incensed, Walks Upon Earth insists that his story is his to tell, and no other's, before putting the veil of the woman who started the native massacre with a false rape accusation onto Rosalie's head. He then drags her out into view of the Sheriff and taunts him to come get her, at which point she becomes possessed and screams for her daddy to protect her, and to lynch Walks Upon Earth. Walks Upon Earth himself simply steps to the other side of the barrier, and watches as the lynch mob slams into it, unable to touch him, before turning and walking away.