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It - Part Four, July of 1958: Chapter 15, The Smoke-Hole Summary & Analysis

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Part Four, July of 1958: Chapter 15, The Smoke-Hole Summary

Richie tells everyone what he believes caused his eyes to hurt earlier in the day. Richie begins telling them the story of the smoke-hole, another memory that has come back to him. They were in the completed clubhouse talking about the silver bullets. They have decided that instead of making a bullet, they could make slugs that Beverly, because she is the best shot, can shoot from Bill's slingshot. Then, Ben begins to tell them about a ceremony he read about. The Indians would burn green wood in order to bring on visions. Ben suggests that they try this in the clubhouse.

Bill listens to the story Ben tells and thinks that perhaps it is something they are meant to do, something ordained by some power bigger than their free will...

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