For the most part, Rolling Stones usually takes on the appearance of a normal rock. It is visible to ordinary humans, as an eyewitness reported seeing a woman holding it as she jumped down a building to her death. Rolling Stones is an automatic Stand, as Scolippi can neither control nor stop it.
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It isn't actually malevolent as it shows a target their fated death, but the dubious mercy of instantly euthanizing them still makes it very dangerous. Rolling Stones spots a target fated to die soon and then begins to automatically stalk it. In truth, it can enter the ground and walls to move unnoticed.
As it follows the target, Rolling Stones gradually breaks down until the form of the target appears on it. Mick Jagger struts on stage in first concert after heart surgery — video. Peter Whitehead obituary.
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