Dark Shadows: The Werewolf Portrait

Tate's landscape. Constable has absolutely nothing to worry about

Since he returned to the 20th century, Barnabas Collins has been busy with his new Leviathan buddies and has no time in helping Chris the Werewolf find a cure. But Dr. Julia Hoffman hasn’t given up.

At the Todds’ antique shop, back before they became foster parents to the ultimate evil, Julia found a rather amateurish landscape painting by Charles Tate–the turn-of-the-century artist who painted Quentin’s Dorian-Gray-type portrait. She learns that Tate was painting as late as the 1950s and gets the idea that he might still be alive in 1970.

Julia already knows that the portrait kept Quentin …read more

Source:: TheNorthlands


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