(Novelization of Final Chapter)
Dominic Robertson was a South African teacher who died ten years before the start of the global T-virus pandemic.
Robertson was raised in Johannesburg during Apartheid. In the 1980s he moved to Cape Town where he became a teacher. Around 1997, he and fellow teacher Rachel Sulelo led a class trip to Table Mountain where, during the cable car ride, student Callan Williams choked to death on a peanut, was revived as an Undead, and began killing and infecting the other occupants, Robertson included. The Undead occupants were later gunned down by armed South African police, who resorted to head-shots.
- The Prologue chapter indicates Robertson's school consists of black and white children, which was only legalised when the Bantu Education Act was abolished in 1994. Consequently, the Final Chapter novelisation timeline would be based around the film's release date - 2017 - and not the film continuity's 2012.