question from a man in Eastern Siberia about a little girl from the town inhabitants, who killed the

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FlakeNoir

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Yes. I want to know what happened to the baby, a little girl. The shooter didn't kill her. I'm sure.
And Yes, the answer to this question can only give Mr. King.
The only question is, do I want to answer. Maybe I just needed to ask this question
I think what might happen is that Stephen will not have an answer for it, sometimes he leaves characters with an open-ended story, so that the reader might make something up in their imagination.

All I can do to help you is leave a prompt for his personal assistant (Moderator) and she will decide whether the question will be passed on to Stephen.
He has a book tour coming up and is possibly working on new projects too, so he may not have time for extra questions right now.

*Edit... just read your message again in my mind... oh, you are afraid of what the answer might be?! I see... yes, it could be a sad outcome for the little girl, sometimes better to not know?
 

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#22
wow good question, I always thought every single person was killed , babies included.
but its true... Roland had no reason to kill infants . or even toddlers.... not really.

I always want to know WHO walked into Tull first and saw the carnage . It most likely was Farmer Brown or the
Trader guy he spoke of , the trader guy came around every 4 weeks or so.

and the cows... good cows were there, worth a fortune in that world.

Also Sylvia's house, ....
maybe she had diaries, and MONEY and god knows what. We could learn the life story of sylvia.
that may include stories of Rhea of the Coos. Sylvia lived in Mejis just before [or after] the boys were there
there's A MILLION stories King could tell. I hope he does...ONE of them... soon
 

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#23
I think I get what he's asking: Roland shot a lot of people in Tull (supposedly everyone in the town), but Alexander wonders what happened to the Kennerly baby. (Kennerly had four daughters, one full grown, two half-grown and a baby). He suggests that it's unlikely Roland shot the baby, so what happened to it? A legit question, but I'm not sure there's a satisfactory answer. Its fate is never revealed, but it probably wouldn't have survived long if everyone else in town was dead.
if farmer brown or anyone else showed up then they could save the babies. Im not sure how long it took Roland to Walk to Farmer browns hut. but it might be possible for him to make it in time, if not then the Trader guy , let me go find his name
 
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I think what might happen is that Stephen will not have an answer for it, sometimes he leaves characters with an open-ended story, so that the reader might make something up in their imagination.

All I can do to help you is leave a prompt for his personal assistant (Moderator) and she will decide whether the question will be passed on to Stephen.
He has a book tour coming up and is possibly working on new projects too, so he may not have time for extra questions right now.

*Edit... just read your message again in my mind... oh, you are afraid of what the answer might be?! I see... yes, it could be a sad outcome for the little girl, sometimes better to not know?
You forgot. I'm from Russia. I'm not afraid of the answers. Also, I think that people in Siberia are different from the people of the state of Maine, as people from his home world Arrow was different from the people of new York.
 
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I think what might happen is that Stephen will not have an answer for it, sometimes he leaves characters with an open-ended story, so that the reader might make something up in their imagination.

All I can do to help you is leave a prompt for his personal assistant (Moderator) and she will decide whether the question will be passed on to Stephen.
He has a book tour coming up and is possibly working on new projects too, so he may not have time for extra questions right now.

*Edit... just read your message again in my mind... oh, you are afraid of what the answer might be?! I see... yes, it could be a sad outcome for the little girl, sometimes better to not know?
I understand and thank you for your help and participation. Thank you very much
 

FlakeNoir

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I think I get what he's asking: Roland shot a lot of people in Tull (supposedly everyone in the town), but Alexander wonders what happened to the Kennerly baby. (Kennerly had four daughters, one full grown, two half-grown and a baby). He suggests that it's unlikely Roland shot the baby, so what happened to it? A legit question, but I'm not sure there's a satisfactory answer. Its fate is never revealed, but it probably wouldn't have survived long if everyone else in town was dead.
the word "probably" does not mean 100%
 
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