It

It

by

Stephen King

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Beverly Marsh’s friend in Chicago. Kay is a former designer and a feminist who has written three books. She is wealthy and gives Beverly the money that she needs to leave Chicago and return to Derry. Beverly needs Kay’s help after leaving her wallet in her house while trying to escape from Tom Rogan. Later, in an effort to find Beverly, Tom goes to Kay’s apartment and beats her up to get information on Beverly’s whereabouts.
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Kay McCall Character Timeline in It

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Chapter 9: Cleaning Up
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Before leaving Chicago, Beverly calls Kay McCall first. Kay is thrilled to hear that Beverly has left Tom She meets Beverly,... (full context)
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Beverly takes a Greyhound north to Milwaukee, using the money that Kay McCall gives her. Despite the security people at O’Hare International Airport, she is afraid of... (full context)
Chapter 12: Three Uninvited Guests
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Meanwhile, for the third time on this day, Beverly’s friend Kay McCall goes to the telephone. She then fixes a Scotch-and-soda. When she catches a glimpse... (full context)
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Tom Rogan calls Kay McCall around noon, inquiring after Beverly Marsh Rogan. Kay tells him that she has not... (full context)
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Tom Rogan then tells Kay that if she calls the police or tells them that he was there, he will... (full context)
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Kay decides that she must warn Beverly that Tom is going to look for her. She... (full context)
Chapter 19: In the Watches of the Night
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...and that she has never been particularly good at making friends, with the exception of Kay McCall in Chicago. Beverly then tells Bill that she needs him to kiss her. Bill... (full context)
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...on her phone, and the TV desk clerk would have given Beverly the message from Kay McCall. The door opens to Bill’s room and they go inside. Beverly puts his hand... (full context)