McCullough subsequently recorded the poem in her diary, and later in her spellbook, next to the Spell of Binding. She then hid the spellbook, believing that it was too powerful to fall into the wrong hands. On 23 October, the blue sky in the morning made McCullough realise that the "light of blue sky" referred to lapis lazuli.
McCullough taught Bonnie about magical methods of finding one's love, as well as a divining ritual, in which she favoured using melted lead as opposed to the melted silver her own grandmother had done. She also foretold that Bonnie would die an early death.
Behind the scenesEdit
- In The Awakening and The Fury, it is not stated whether the "grandmother" Bonnie refers to is McCullough or MacLachlan. However, in After Hours it is said that MacLachlan died in early September, 1991, and she references the grandmother who foretold her early death as being alive, meaning that it must have been McCullough.
- The Awakening (Mentioned only)
- The Fury (Mentioned only)
- The Vampire Diaries (video game) (Mentioned only)
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 McCullough Diary: Dear Diary, I met the stangest [sic] woman today while eating lunch in that little bakery in town. She seemed only a little older than me, but her eyes were so old! She came up to me and told me this poem, with a stern warning that it should be remembered for the future. (The Vampire Diaries (video game))