Henry Hamilton is a rich, immortal man. Will Salas hears about him from his friend, Borel, says there is a man with a century in a nearby bar. Will tries to warn Henry to leave, but Henry states he doesn't care and wants to die. Things go south quickly when Fortis, a street thug who wants all the time he can get, enters the bar and evacuates everyone out to challenge Henry. Will returns and saves Henry from being killed by Fortis. When Will and Henry get to a safe place, Henry explains that he does not want to live anymore. He says he is 105 and that he is tired of living. Henry explains to Will that the reason why the conditions in the ghettos only get worse is so that the rich can stay rich and live forever.
Inspired by Will's statements to do better, Henry gives his century to Will the next morning, giving himself only 5 minutes to live, and leaves a message on the window saying: "Don't waste my time". Will wakes up and sees the message and checks the time he has on his forearm and it says that he has over a century to live. He looks out the window and sees Henry sitting on the edge of the bridge.
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- Henry had over a century to live, but his mind was spent.
- He commited suicide by timing himself out.
- He is most likely the only person in the In Time universe to actually commit suicide.
- Raymon crashed Phillipe Weis' party to talk to Will about his supposed homicide because it was inconceivable that someone with that much time would want to die.
- He seems to attract a lot of women, but whether it's due to his looks or time is "unknown."
- He was 105 years old before he died.
- He almost got killed by Fortis, but Will saved him and the plot.
- Raymon and his men fished his corpse out of the water and found a "surprising" 13 zeroes. That means he was dead.
- He was worth thousands of years, according to Raymon.
- "I can take care of myself thank you!"
- "The time comes when you've had enough."
- "[note] Don't waste my time."
- "I'm 105."
- "Everyone can't live forever. Where would we put them? Why do you think there are Time Zones? Why do you think taxes and prices go up the same day in the ghetto? Cost of living keeps rising to make sure people keep dying. How else could there be men with a million years while most live day to day. The truth is: There's more than enough. No one has to die before their time."
- "If you had as much time as I have on that clock, what would you do with it?"