“George was very quiet, and verbally inarticulate. It was only in his written work that he spewed these relentless scenes of gore and torture. His job was in the University Bookstore, and when I inquired about him once, I was told he was a good worker, but ‘quiet.’ I thought, ‘Whoa, if some kid is ever gonna blow, it’ll be this one.’ He never did. But that was in the days before a gun-totin’ serial killer could get top billing on the Nightly News and possibly the covers of national magazines.” — Stephen King on the Cho Seung-Hui syndrome, in a new edition of Entertainment Weekly.