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Name: Randall Flagg

Other Names: The Dark Man, The Walkin' Dude, Russell Faraday, Richard Fry, Robert Franq, Ramsey Forrest, the Boogeyman

Age: Ageless



Home: Nebraska

Post-Plague: Las Vegas, Nevada


Alexander Skarsgard (2020 CBS All Access Miniseries)

Jamey Sheridan (1994 ABC Miniseries)


Random Facts:

Chapter Appearances:

23, 31, 39, 45, 48



"There was a dark hilarity in his face, and perhaps in his heart, too, you would think - and you would be right. It was the face of a hatefully happy man, a face that radiated a horrible handsome warmth, a face to make waterglasses shatter in the hands of a tired truck-stop waitress, to make small children crash their trikes into board fences and then run wailing to their mommies with stake-shaped splinters sticking out of their knees. It was a face guaranteed to make barroom arguments over batting averages turn bloody." (Chapter 23)

"He's the purest evil left in the world. The rest of the bad is little evil. Shoplifters and sexfiends and people who like to use their fists. But he'll call them. He's started already. He's getting them together a lot faster than we are. Before he's ready to make his move, I guess he'll have a lot more. Not just the evil ones that are like him, but the weak ones... the lonely ones... and the ones that have left God out of their hearts." - Mother Abagail (Chapter 45)

"He looks like anybody you see on the street. But when he grins, birds fall dead off the telephone lines. When he looks at you a certain way, your prostate goes bad and your urine burns. The grass yellows up and dies where he spits. He's always outside. He came out of time. He doesn't know himself. He has the name of a thousand demons. Jesus knocked him into a herd of pigs once. His name is Legion. He's afraid of us. We're inside. He knows magic. He can call the wolves and live in the crows. He's the king of nowhere. But he's afraid of us. He's afraid of... inside." - Tom Cullen (Chapter 55)