"And now I heard him moving very softly along the hall. Now he was at the door, and the bolts rotted at his touch... when he came into the room I did not see him. It was only when I felt him envelop me in his cold, soft grasp that I cried out and struggled... as I fell, I heard Tessie's soft cry and her spirit fled: and even while falling I longed to follow her, for I knew that the King in Yellow had opened his tattered mantle and there was only God to cry to now."
--Robert W. Chambers, The Yellow Sign
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