Stella Randolph
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Stella Randolph
Continuity: Kingdom Universe
Notability: Minor character
Type: Murder victim
Gender: Female
Location: Tarker's Mill, Maine
Associations: Set 'n Sew
Status: Deceased
Died: 1976 [1]
1st appearance: Cycle of the Werewolf
Actor: Wendy Walker

Stella Randolph is a fictional murder victim and a minor character featured in the 1983 novella Cycle of the Werewolf by author Stephen King. She also appeared in the 1985 feature film adaptation Silver Bullet, where she was played by actress Wendy Walker.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Cycle of the Werewolf[edit | edit source]

Stella Randolph was a young virgin who lived in Tarker's Mill, Maine. She was the owner of a small business called the Set 'n Sew.

Stella often fantasized about falling in love. In February of 1976, she sent out Valentine's Day cards to herself, which she addressed as having come from famous personalities such as Robert Redford, Ace Frehley, John Travolta and Paul Newman. Stella was murdered by Reverend Lester Lowe, who was a werewolf.

Silver Bullet[edit | edit source]

Stella Randolph was a resident of Tarker's Mill, Maine. She had been involved with a man who had since broken up with her, but left her pregnant with his child. Driven to a fit of severe depression, she decided to end her own life by overdosing on pills.

Reverend Lester Lowe, who was a werewolf, scaled the trellis outside her house, broke through the window, and savagely murdered her. He later confessed that by murdering her, he actually saved her soul eternal, for the act of suicide was a sin.

Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The character of Stella Randolph was created by writer Stephen King with additional contributions by director Dan Attias.
  • In both the novella and the film, Stella Randolph was the second victim of Lester Lowe.
  • It is possible that Stella Randolph might be related to Paul Randolph, who is a deputy sheriff of Chester's Mill, which borders Tarker's Mill. Paul Randolph is from the Under the Dome novel and television series.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. The Silver Bullet film establishes the timeline of events as 1976.

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This article relates to the works of Stephen King.
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