Dark Shadows: Back to our Gothic Roots

The Victorian Collinses. I love that three-seat chair in the foreground!

When we last saw Barnabas Collins, he was back in 1796 and about to be staked in his coffin. I was just going to leave off there, but since I’m going on with a little more Dark Shadows after all, I’ll just say that he didn’t get staked and managed to return to 1969 safely. What a relief.

The old stories are all wound up. Aside from the Chris the Werewolf plot, which doesn’t interest me, the other new plotline begins with a retelling of Henry James’s classic ghost story, The Turn of the Screw; the ghosts of two persons who …read more

Source:: TheNorthlands


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