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"Children of the Corn"
Night Shift (hardcover)
"Children of the Corn"
Title: "Children of the Corn"
Author: Stephen King
Country: USA
Genre: Supernatural Thriller
Published in: Penthouse Magazine
Night Shift
Publication date: March, 1977
February, 1978

Characters Edit

  • Adam Greenlaw
  • Amos Deigan
  • Baby Hortense
  • Burt Robeson
  • David
  • Eve Tobin
  • Grace
  • He Who Walks Behind the Rows
  • Isaac Chroner
  • Isaac Renfrew
  • Job Gilman
  • Malachi Boardman
  • Mary Wells
  • Moses Richardson
  • Norman Staunton
  • Rachel Stigman
  • Rudy Stampnell
  • Ruth Clawson
  • Vicky Robeson
  • Yemen Hollis
  • Zepeniah Kirk

Locations Edit

  • Gatlin
  • Gatlin police station
  • Church

Items Edit

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The story is also referenced in the 1983 book Cults: An Anthology of Secret Societies, Sects and the Supernatural.
  • Children of the Corn is the sixteenth story featured in Night Shift.
  • The acronym INRI represents the Latin inscription which in English reads as "Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews".
  • In the film adaptation, Burt Robeson's name is changed to Burton Stanton. Also, Burt survives in the film whereas in the short story he does not.

See also Edit

External Links Edit

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