The Dunwich Horror - IX Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Armitage, Rice, and Morgan rushed over to Dunwich (where the police were waiting) and arrived in the afternoon. They noticed a trail of destruction and prints leading all the way to Sentinel Hill. Armitage rehearsed a spell and Morgan uncased a firearm. At night, the hills rumbled and the whippoorwills called.

That morning, the Horror began to move, this was unusual as it generally only moved at night. Apparently the creature had set a course to Sentinel hill, and in the process, destroyed Seth Bishop's home. Armitage told the other professors that they had to follow the being. Armitage put a powder he had developed into a long-range sprayer in order to reveal the invisible creature for a moment. The townspeople questioned Armitage about the effectiveness of spells, but Armitage, Morgan, and Rice moved towards the Horror anyway.

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