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The men approached the creature and adjusted the sprayer. Several townsfolk sat back with telescopes and observed the scene. When Aritage sprayed the creature it revealed a building-sized creature with many eyes, jelly-like appendages, and tentacles. Some observing citizens collapsed due to shock and some simply panicked. The men began chanting the spell near the bench-like stone, which is now described as an alter.

The Horror began to scream saying words like "father," "help," and "Yog-Sothoth." A wretched stench invaded the air and much of the foliage and whippoorwills died.The rumblings in the hills also increased in volume. A lightning strike then hit the Horror and it disappeared. After the creature was gone, Curtis, a townsperson who fainted, remembered that the creature had white skin and had no chin, just like the Whatleys. The story ends with Armitage explaining that the Dunwich Horror...

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