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Dark Shadows

Season 5 Episode 41

DS-408

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Aired Weekdays 3:00 PM Jan 17, 1968 on ABC
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Angelique tells Josette and Natalie that Barnabas has the plague. They ask if he has seen a doctor, and she quickly responds that he hasn't. When asked why, Angelique says that she is afraid that they will take Barnabas away from her and isolate her from everyone.

Natalie has a doctor come. He is not sure about it, but agrees that it is most likely the plague due to the marks on Barnabas' neck, which the doctor thinks was caused by an infected rat. At first the doctor wants to have him removed, but Natalie talks him out of it.

Josette visits Victoria in jail. Josette pleads with her to cure Barnabas. Victoria again and again tells her that she is not the witch. Victoria tells Josette to leave Collinsport for her safty. Josette does not understand, and Victoria tells her to look in the Collins Family History book that Victoria had brought with her from the past.

Josette and Natalie search Victoria's room. They find it. Josette finds her portrait and an entry on her saying that she died in Winter 1795 by her own hand.moreless

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    Dana Elcar

    Dana Elcar

    Sheriff George Patterson (1966-1967)

    Mitch Ryan

    Mitch Ryan

    Burke Devlin #1 (1966-1967)

    David Selby

    David Selby

    Quentin Collins aka Grant Douglas (1968-1971)

    Kate Jackson

    Kate Jackson

    Daphne Harrdge; Daphne Harridge Collins (1970-1971)

    Denise Nickerson

    Denise Nickerson

    Amy Jennings; Nora Jennings; Amy Collins (1968-1970)

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    Donna McKechnie

    Amanda Harris/Olivia Corey (1969-1970)

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