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Laurie Ann Winterbarger, also known as The Little Girl On The Tricycle. She's the first person that we know is a victim in the movie.  It starts the chain of movie events, which leads Mike to call the rest of the Lucky Seven, due to the pact they made as children. In the novel, she is also another victim of It, although her death was never actually what started the chain of events of the novel in its present time (1984-1985). She was attacked between the 7th and 14th of February 1985, seven months after the death of Adrian Mellon.
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}}'''Laurie Ann Winterbarger''' was a young girl who lived in [[Derry, Maine]]. She was one of [[IT (creature)|It]]’s many victims.
   
==It (film)==
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==Book==
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Laurie Ann Winterbarger is mentioned in the second interlude. [[Mike Hanlon]] wrote that her parents were in the middle of an ugly divorce and custody battle. Laurie Ann went missing in 1985, attracting the attention of the police. It is almost certain that Laurie Ann was killed by It.
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==It (1990)==
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Laurie Ann Winterbarger appears at the start of the 1990 [[IT (1990 miniseries)|miniseries]] riding her tricycle home, singing to herself, just as a storm is about to begin. Her mother asks her to come inside just as she brings in clothes from the washing line. Laurie Ann proceeds to walk inside but it is distracted by it. Upon picking it up, she hears laughter from the clothes line. Pennywise reveals himself under a sheet and charmingly says hi, making Laurie Ann smile. Pennywise then frowns and rushes up to Laurie Ann, killing her. Her mother finds her body a minute later.
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==It: Chapter Two==
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Laurie Ann Winterbarger does not appear in [[IT Chapter Two (2019 film)|It: Chapter Two]] but it is likely that the character [[Victoria Fuller]] is the movie counterpart of Laurie Ann.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 02:15, February 14, 2020

Laurie Ann Winterbarger was a young girl who lived in Derry, Maine. She was one of It’s many victims.

BookEdit

Laurie Ann Winterbarger is mentioned in the second interlude. Mike Hanlon wrote that her parents were in the middle of an ugly divorce and custody battle. Laurie Ann went missing in 1985, attracting the attention of the police. It is almost certain that Laurie Ann was killed by It.

It (1990)Edit

Laurie Ann Winterbarger appears at the start of the 1990 miniseries riding her tricycle home, singing to herself, just as a storm is about to begin. Her mother asks her to come inside just as she brings in clothes from the washing line. Laurie Ann proceeds to walk inside but it is distracted by it. Upon picking it up, she hears laughter from the clothes line. Pennywise reveals himself under a sheet and charmingly says hi, making Laurie Ann smile. Pennywise then frowns and rushes up to Laurie Ann, killing her. Her mother finds her body a minute later.

It: Chapter TwoEdit

Laurie Ann Winterbarger does not appear in It: Chapter Two but it is likely that the character Victoria Fuller is the movie counterpart of Laurie Ann.

Image GalleryEdit

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