Dark Shadows

Season 5 Episode 29

DS-396

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Aired Weekdays 3:00 PM Jan 01, 1968 on ABC
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The ghost of Jeremiah continues to torment Angelique. As Reverend Trask and Abigail Collins continue to hunt for Miss Winters, Barnabas and Ben Stokes hide her at the Old House. Just before her wedding to Barnabas, Angelique is abducted by Jeremiah's ghost and is then buried alive in his own grave.moreless

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      • Victoria: I'm afraid. I'm afraid of what he'll do to me when he finds me.
        Barnabas: You mustn't be. You'll be safe here.
        Victoria: But I can't stay here forever.
        Barnabas: You can stay here until you're safe. This house belongs to me now.
        Victoria: You're so kind to me.
        Barnabas: Well, I don't like fanatics who seek out victims to persecute. And that's all Trask is in spite of what my Aunt Abigail thinks.
        Victoria: But how do you know that what they say about me isn't the truth?
        Barnabas: Because I don't believe in witchcraft. And even if I did, I wouldn't believe you capable of committing the crimes that they accuse you of.

      • Angelique: A séance has been held in the Great House at Collinwood; a séance which has suspended time and space and sent one girl on an uncertain and frightening journey into the past, back to the year 1795. There each of the Collins ancestors resembles a present-day member of the Collins family. But the names and relationships have changed. And Victoria Winters finds herself a stranger in a sea of familiar faces. In a house where nightmares have become realities, a woman who has used her powers to contact the land of the dead is suddenly aware that she may have plotted her own destruction.

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