|"You have a lot of work to do while patrons eat their pizza in the other room."|
He has a long face with a matted beard, and keeps his long string brown hair under a gray hat. He is 5'8, but slouches down several inches. He wears old hiking boots and carries a muddied blanket to prevent being seen.
Fazbear Frights #2 - Epilogue
The events follow directly after Out of Stock, where Grim, who lives near some train tracks, sees the Stitchwraith collecting something from the rails. He looks closer to see that it is collecting the pieces of the Plushtrap Chaser and stuffing them into a bag, before wandering off into the darkness.
Fazbear Frights #5 - Epilogue
After seeing the Stitchwraith, he decides to move into a shed opposite the side of town. He spots the hooded figure again and decides to follow it to investigate. He is brought to a storage warehouse and notices an Ella doll in the bag. Eventually, Grim is too freaked out to stay and retreats.
Jake knew he was being followed, but allowed it because he could sense that Grim was not a bad person.
Fazbear Frights #8 - Epilogue
When Jake (as the Stitchwraith) escapes into an alleyway to hide, he finds a man lying on a dumpster. He can't tell his age or if the man is even alive. He accidentally touches him, but much to his surprise, it doesn't kill him. Instead Jake is able to see his past memories.
The first memory was a younger and happier version of the man having dinner with his wife and two children. The rest of the memories include the man going to work, playing with his kids, going on dates with his wife, and going on trips with the whole family. The final memory was the man crawling out of a crashed van, then wailing in despair as he watches emergency workers pull out his dead family members from the crash.
Jake tries to ease the man's pain by expanding the happy memory of the family dinner and placing it in Grim's mind. He smiles before Jake leaves.