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You didn't have much time, John. A buffalo comes with its head lowered and the boss protecting its head and you had to shoot fast and well the first time. You did, of course, because you are sitting here alive. But in those days you knew it was coming. ' He looked into Wetherby's eyes and cold fingers walked up Wetherby's vertebrae. 'You've lost it all, John,' he said, softly. 'When this thing wants you, it will take you. It will wait and you will be too slow and it will take you. ' Wetherby and Byron looked at each other, and Rose looked from one to the other with his mouth open.
A pleasant madness. But I've longed for you to come, John. You were perhaps the only man alive who had a chance with me. A slight chance. I was so disappointed when I saw how you had changed. How easy you would be. Are you going to try to kill me, John? Or will you try to inform the police? ' 'I don't know,' Wetherby said. ' 'Come, I'll show you my bloodthirsty little friend,' Byron said, moving suddenly away from the wall. He left the axe where it was, and the quick movement did not cause any reaction in Wetherby.
No one answered him. Byron was gone, and he had left a vacuum of black silence behind him… a vacuum which only their own thoughts could fill, and they were not pleasant thoughts and they led towards unspeakable conclusions. 11 Fear stood over the land. It was a blanket of fear, invisible but oppressive and intense, and it covered the moors like an overcast sky, more ominous than an impending storm. The fear was all the greater because the people did not know what it was they feared, what the monstrous being was that had three times struck so terribly.