Dark Shadows

Season 5 Episode 54

DS-421

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Aired Weekdays 3:00 PM Feb 05, 1968 on ABC
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After she is bitten by Barnabas, Josette proclaims to her aunt that she is not leaving Collinwood. Disturbed by her niece's strange behavior, Natalie is convinced that Victoria has put a spell on Josette.

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    Josette behaves strangely, so Natalie goes to Victoria in jail to plead with her to break the spell she had on her. Victoria tells her she can't break the spell because she's not a witch.

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    • Victoria: I don't understand these people believing in witches.
      Peter: Don't people in your time?
      Victoria: No.
      Peter: How would they explain you?
      Victoria: What do you mean?
      Peter: Suppose it's 1968 and someone came back from the 21st century and told you what was going to happen to you. What would you think?
      Victoria: I suppose I'd think that she was...
      Peter: What? Go on, say it.
      Victoria: Mad.
      Peter: Even though she obviously wasn't.
      Victoria: I wouldn't understand.
      Peter: Neither does the Countess.

    • Victoria: A séance has been held in the great house of 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. On this night, one man, living though dead, cannot resist his desire to see the woman he loved, the woman who still waits for him to rise and come to her regardless of what horror and grief his coming may bring.

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