“Upon the right, looking toward me, was a small woman with blonde hair and
singular, light-blue eyes — the eyes of a child.”
She’s also dressed in a loose, white gown…
Is this typical of horror stories?
By that I mean — is the victim usually a woman,
and one, perhaps, dressed in white, a color of innocence?
Is this arouse sympathy on the part of the reader?
Does it, at the same time, add a sexual component to the story?
[BTW: If you don’t see the photo from the previous post about a real character click on gif]