Dark Shadows
April 1969

        Episode 722
        Worldvision Rerun 506
        Tape Date:  March 25, 1969 (ABC #67-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 1, 1969 Tuesday
        Writer:     Violet Welles
        Director:   Henry Kaplan

           It is the next day.  Judith and Carl are in the drawing room.
        Judith is talking on the phone.  She finishes her call, "...you'll
        tell Edward when he arrives...", and hangs up.  She goes to Carl,
        who's viewing the body of Quentin, and explains, "Edward was
        supposed to be in Bangor but he's not there yet".  Carl asks,
        "Did you tell Mr. (something) what happened?"  Judith replies,
        "No, I just told him Quentin had an accident.  He said he wasn't
        surprised because Quentin was always a mischievous fellow".
        Carl looks down on Quentin and remarks, "His days of mischief are
        over now".  Judith remonstrates him, "You shouldn't talk about him
        like that".  Carl asks, "Why?  Why shouldn't I say the things I
        would have said when he was alive?  They're true.  He was a bully,
        a rake and a liar..."  Suddenly, Carl screams, "AHHHH!".  Judiht
        asks, "What is it?"  Carl exclaims, "Quentin moved!!!"  Judith
        says, "All right, you don't have to mourn him if you don't want to,
        but don't make jokes at a time like this!"  Carl replies, "I'm
        not!  I saw him move!"  Judith tells him, "You must be imagining 
        things".  Carl reluctantly agrees.  He asks Judith why the
        police didn't search Collinwood for the killer.  Judith replies,
        "I told them Dirk already searched the estate.  I also told
        them I thought the killer must have been a sailor, a transient
        sailor Quentin brought here for a game of cards, a sailor who
        saw a chance to make some quick money, killed Quentin, ran off,
        and is probably miles away from here by now, perhaps out at sea".
        Carl then starts theorizing who might have killed Quentin, "I don't
        think he was murdered by a stranger.  I think he was murdered by
        someone who knew him.  Now what was Barnabas doing at the cottage?
        There's something strange about that.  He's a very suspicious 
        individual.  He wouldn't even go to Grandmother's funeral and be
        a pallbearer".  Judith replies, "He had an explanation for that.
        He had important business in Bangor".  Carl then voices a second
        theory, "The knife is a favorite Gypsy weapon".  Judith asks, "Are
        you suggesting Magda or Sandor killed Quentin?  That's ridiculous.
        Next you'll be accusing me".  Carl mutters "That's who I really 
        think did it".  Judith exclaims, "WHAT?!"  Carl lies, "No, not
        you.  I meant some woman named Judith Quentin knew".  Judith
        says, "I think it was exactly who I told the police I thought 
        it was".  
           Jamison, holding a toy train, goes to Rachel and asks her,
        "Have you seen my other toy train?"  Rachel tells Jamison,
        "Jamison, I was just coming to see you.  Please sit down.
        This won't be easy.  Something's happened..."  Jamison asks,
        "Is is about Nora?"  Rachel replies, "No, it's not about Nora".
        Jamison asks, "My father?  Has something happened to my father?"
        Rachel again replies, "No".  Jamison guesses, "Then something's
        happened to Quentin!"  Rachel replies, "It's much more than that".
        Jamison correctly guesses, "HE'S DEAD!"  Rachel tells him, "I
        know how close you two were, but you must be strong for Nora".
        Jamison turns to go.  Rachel asks, "Jamison!  Where are you going?!".
        but Jamison just leaves without answering.
           In the drawing room, Carl and Judith are still standing over
        the body of Quentin.  Carl remarks, "Yes, it must have been my
        imagination.  How absurd I was thinking he moved.  He looks so
        peaceful.  He always was so good looking.  That's why he was
        Grandmother's favorite..."  Judith interrupts, "And your Grand-
        father's too.  He always used to sit Quentin on his lap and say
        he was too good looking to die by old age.  He alway said Quentin
        would be killed by a jealous woman".  Jamison comes into the room.
        Judith remarks, "I see Rachel has told you about Quentin's death".
        Jamison shouts, "He's not dead!! I know he's not dead!" and runs
        from the room.  
           Jamison is in Quentin's room, playing Quentin's music loudly on 
        the gramophone.  He says, "Please, Quentin, don't be dead!  Please 
        don't leave me alone!  You liked that music.  It was your favorite.  
        I'm going to keep playing it, over and over again until you hear it.
        You have to hear it!"  
           Quentin lies in his coffin in the drawing room.  He is alone,
        Judith and Carl having left.  From there, the music can be heard...
           In Quentin's room, Jamison continues to call for Quentin,
        "You didn't mean to leave me, Quentin, I know you didn't!  
        Please come back!  I'll do whatever you want me to do!  I 
        promise! Please don't leave me!"  
           In the drawing room, the lid to Quentin's coffin closes
        by itself...                              
           In Quentin's room, Jamison, exasperated, angrily announces,
        "All right!  You don't want to hear the music?  You don't want
        to come back?  If that's the way it is, then I don't want to
        hear anything that makes me think of you!"  Quentin's voice replies,
        "You mustn't be angry, Jamison.  You and I will be as one..."  
        Jamison excitedly exclaims, "Oh, Quentin!  You're back!!!"  
           Downstairs, Carl comes out from the door under the stairs
        and goes into the drawing room.  Judith and Rachel come down the
        stairs together.  Judith is telling Rachel, "Nora will be the one
        who's most terrified.  You must not leaver her alone..."  Suddenly,
        Carl comes running out of the drawing room exclaiming, "Judith!
        Who closed the lid on Quentin's coffin?!"  Judith replies, "No
        one's been in there since you and I left".  Carl says, "But it's
        closed tight!  Someone closed it!  All right!  I'll find out what's
        going on here!" and goes upstairs.  Judith continues giving Rachel
        her instructions, "I think you should take Nora on a picnic and
        get her away from all this.  Not too near the cottage, though.
        It would remind her of what happened.  You don't have to worry
        about the killer being around.  He's probably miles away from here
        by now..."   
           Carl goes to Quentin's room and says to Jamison, "I don't know
        what's going on in this house, but I don't like it, I don't like
        it at all!  Judith said I shouldn't say anything bad about Quentin,
        she said we should just remember what was good about him.  She
        forgets that Quentin was nothing but a conniver...."  Irritated by
        the loud music, he shouts, "I want that music off!"  Jamison won't
        turn it off, so Carl angrily turns it off himself and tells Jamison,
        "When I want you to do something, do it!  I'm your uncle!"  Jamison
        responds, "No you're not.  I'm your brother Quentin!"  This surprises 
        Carl greatly.  Then Jamison starts saying, "Grandfather always said
        I'd be killed by a jealous woman.  He was right!  I was killed by 
        someone who's still in this house".  Carl asks, "Still free in this 
        house?".  Jamison replies, "In this house, but not free.  A woman.
        Hear me, brother?"  Carl, shocked by Jamison's strange behavior,
        leaves and returns with Judith.  Judith asks Jamison, "Who are 
        you?"  Jamison replies, "Dear sister Judith, what a silly question!"
        Judith repeats, "Who are you?"  Jamison asks, "Who do I look like?"
        Carl tells Judith, "He told me he was killed by a woman who's
        still in the house".  Jamison disagrees, "No, I was killed by
        a sailor who stabbed me and took my money, just like Judith told
        you in the drawing room".  Carl gasps, "How could he know that?!
        He wasn't in the room when you said that!"  Judith exclaims, "The
        child's possessed!"  
           Late at night, Rachel has a terrible dream.  In the dream, she
        hears Jamison's voice call, "Rachel, where am I?  Who will ever 
        know?"  Then Judith tells her, "Go downstairs, go into the drawing
        room, and wait until you are called.  And remember, the child will
        only speak when spoken to!"  She hears Jamison's voice call again,
        "Rachel, where am I?"  She goes down into the drawing room and is
        shocked to see Jamison lying in the coffin instead of Quentin and
        exclaims, "Jamison!".  Jamison sits up and says, "Now you know 
        where I am, don't you, Rachel?" and laughs.  Rachel hears laughter
        coming from behind, turns, and sees Judith and Carl there laughing
        at her too.     
           Rachel awakens from the dream and hears a rocking sound in her 
        room.  She looks and sees Quentin sitting in the rocking chair.
        Episode 723
        Worldvision Rerun 507
        Tape Date:  March 26, 1969 (ABC #68-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 2, 1969 Wednesday
        Writer:     Violet Welles
        Director:   Lela Swift

           Rachel screams and runs out into the hallway.  Judith
        and Carl, hearing Rachel's screams, come out of their rooms
        and asks Rachel what's wrong.  Rachel tells them she saw
        Quentin in the rocking chair in her room.  Judith remarks, "You
        must have been dreaming".  Carl goes into Rachel's room, then
        comes back out and  says he doesn't see anyone in there.  
        But Rachel is still not convinced, so Carl and Judith decide 
        to take her down to the drawing room to show her that Quentin 
        is in his coffin right where he should be.  But when they get 
        down there, they are shocked to find that Quentin is not in his 
        coffin.  Judith is aghast, and wonders, "Who could have been so 
        deranged to move the body around?", and asks Carl, "How thoroughly 
        did you search Rachel's room?"  Caroly replies, "I only looked
        in the rocker where Rachel said she saw the body.  I didn't search
        the rest of the room".  Judith tells him to go back upstairs
        and search Rachel's room more thoroughly.  Right after Carl
        goes back upstairs, there's a knock at the front door.  
           Upstairs, Carl thoroughly searches Rachel's room, but
        finds nothing.  While he's searching, he sees the shadow
        of someone walking past in the hallway. He quickly goes
        to the door to see who it is, but sees no one in the hallway.
           Downstairs, Rachel answers the door. It's Barnabas. Judith
        tells Barnabas, "Quentin's body is missing! Someone's stolen
           Upstairs, Carl, sure that someone walked by in the hallway,
        opens all the bedroom doors opening onto the hallway, but 
        finds all the bedrooms empty.  Carl then pulls the curtains
        of the hall window back.  Quentin is standing there.  He attacks
        Carl. Carl screams.
           Downstairs, they hear Carl's screams and run upstairs, where
        they find Carl lying on the floor unconscious.  They carry him
        down into the drawing room, revive him and ask him what happened.
        He tells them he was attacked by Quentin, whom he describes
        as dead-looking, glassy-eyed and walking with a jerky, lurching
        manner.  Judith remarks, "That's impossible! Quentin's dead".
        Barnabas replies crytically, "That's NOT impossible.  I'm 
        going to search for Quentin.  I'll explain later".
           His search having been unsuccessful, Barnabas returns to
        the drawing room and explains his strange statement, "As
        a young man, I spent some time in Martenique, where I saw
        a dead man come back and terrorize his village. Such a 
        creature is called a 'zombie' and is under the control of
        an evil person skilled in magic. The symptoms Carl described,
        glassy eyes, lurching gait, fit those of a zombie exactly"
        Judith asks, "Did the people of the village ever manage to
        rid themselves of the zombie?"  Barnabas replies, "Yes. They
        burned a mixture of frankincense and myrrh next to his empty
        coffin and the zombie, lured by the incense, came back and
        lay in his coffin.  The villagers then reburied it, covering
        the grave with a thick layer of cement to prevent him from 
        coming out again". Barnabas tells Judith and Rachel, "Go 
        upstairs and lock yourselves in your rooms.  I'll go back
        to the old house.  I think Magda has the necessary herbs".
           Barnabas returns with the necessary herbs.  He and Carl
        burn them next to Quentin's empty coffin. Quentin comes
        walking into the room and lies back down in his coffin
        as planned. Carl goes upstairs and tells Judith and Rachel
        that Barnabas' plan worked.  Barnabas looks at the body of
        Quentin and remarks, "I know who's controlling you.  Angelique!
        But she will not win!"
           Judith tells Barnabas that they must now do what the
        villagers did.  Barnabas, knowing that Quentin is supposed
        to end up entombed in his own room and not underground,
        tells Judith that he would prefer to find another solution,
        but Judith is insistent on doing as the villagers did.  
        Barnabas and Carl take Quentin's coffin to Eagle Hill Cemetary,
        with Judith coming along.  They bury the coffin, then cover
        the grave with a thick layer of cement.  
           They return to Collinwood.  Judith goes to bed.  Rachel
        tells Barnabas, "I'm glad I've gotten a chance to see you
        tonight.  Tomorrow night might be too late".  Barnabas,
        puzzled, asks, "What do you mean?"  Rachel replies, "I wanted
        to say good bye to you.  I'm leaving tomorrow as soon as
        I can".  Barnabas is shocked and asks why.  Rachel replies
        with the obvious reason - that she can't stand the strange 
        happenings at Collinwood any longer.  Barnabas begs her to 
        stay, saying, "There are some good reasons that you should 
        stay, saying, "I want you to stay at Collinwood for several
        reasons, but I can't discuss them now.  Trust me enough to stay 
        at least until I return", and rushes out the front door without 
        a further word. Rachel shuts the lights and starts up the stairs.  
        When she is halfway up the stairs, she hears the front doors open 
        and, thinking that Barnabas has decided to come back to talk some 
        more, says, "I knew you couldn't leave just like that!" and 
        goes down to meet him.  But she finds that it is not Barnabas. 
        It is Quentin.  Quentin lurches towards Rachel.  Rachel faints.
        Quentin carries her off.
        Episode 724
        Worldvision Rerun 508
        Tape Date:  March 27, 1969 (ABC #69-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 3, 1969 Thursday
        Writer:     Sam Hall
        Director:   Lela Swift

           Sandor and Magda are in the living room of the old house.
        They are bickering, as usual.  Sandor is sitting at a table
        with a bowl of soup in front of him.  He tastes a spoonful of
        the soup and complains, "I like my soup HOT!"  Magda counters,
        "Then wake up earlier!"  She complains, "You never talk about
        going on the road anymore!".  Sandor says, "Somehow, Sandor's
        magic elixirs don't seem so magic anymore".  Magda replies, "I
        know the real reason!  It's Mr. Barnabas Collins!  I've read it
        in your palm!".  Barnabas, who's just walked into the door at
        that very moment, caustically remarks, "You read his palm too?
        I thought that was just a little trick of yours to frighten 
        little girls".  He then tells Magda to go to Collinwood and stay 
        with Rachel till morning to make sure she's all right because he 
        suspects that Angelique might send Quentin after Rachel tonight.  
        Magda asks, "And what will you give me if I do?"  Barnabas replies, 
        "My gratitude".  Magda tells him, "I want more than your gratitude!  
        I want money!  Sandor may be under your control, but I'm not!".  But 
        Sandor orders Magda to stop arguing and go.  Magda goes.  Barnabas
        asks Sandor, "Sandor, have you ever heard the word zombie?"  Sandor
        gasps, "Is THAT what your enemy did to Quentin?!  If it is, he'll 
        be back!"  Barnabas says, "Then we must find some way to break 
        Angelique's control of him!  You must know of some way to do this!",
        but Sandor replies that he doesn't.    
           Meanwhile, Quentin has taken Rachel to his grave.
           Dawn approaching, Barnabas goes down into the cellar.  Sandor
        accompanies him.  Barnabas moans, "Of all mornings, this is the
        morning I would most like to see the dawn to help Rachel!"  Sandor
        asks, "What if your enemy sends Quentin here?"  Barnabas replies,
        "She won't.  She'll want to prolong it, to make me suffer as long
        as possible.  She has nothing to live for except that".  Magda
        comes running down into the cellar.  Barnabas angrily asks, "What
        are you doing here?!  I told you to stay with Rachel!!"  Magda
        replies, "It's too late.  When I got there, she was already gone.
        She was not in her room, and her bed had not been slept in".
        Barnabas tells Sandor that Quentin has probably escaped
        and abducted Rachel and is probably taking her to his grave.
        Dawn nearing and unable to do anything himself, Barnabas tells 
        Sandor to go to Quentin's grave and do what he can, then goes 
        down to his coffin.  Sandor goes to Quentin's grave and finds
        Quentin there putting Rachel in the coffin. He screams to 
        Rachel, "Wake up!".  Rachel does.  While Sandor is struggling
        with Quentin, Rachel runs away.  Quentin knocks Sandor out and
        goes after Rachel.  
           Rachel makes it to the old house.  The zombie, being very
        slow, is far behind her.  Rachel tells Magda what happened
        and asks for Barnabas, but Magda lies, "He isn't here.  He went
        to Bangor".  Rachel is dubious of this and says, "You're lying!
        I spoke to him only a half an hour ago, and he said nothing of
        going to Bangor".  Magda replies, "Something came up", but Rachel
        says, "How could anyone have reached him?  There's no phone in 
        this house!".  Magda replies, "A messenger came to fetch him". 
        Sandor returns.  Rachel asks, "How did you know where to find
        me?"  Sandor replies, "Barnabas told me where to look for you".
        Rachel is puzzled, "You mean he knew and left to go to Bangor
        anyway?!"  She then remarks, "How can a man be dead and still
        walk?  All my life, I've believed that things happened according
        to set rules!  A man lived, then died.  Should I believe 
        everything else now?  Ghosts, vampires and werewolves?  This is
        impossible!  There must be some rational explanation for this!
        He isn't really dead!  He can't be.  Why is he after me?  And if
        he is, what am I to do?"
           Later, Rachel being away somewhere, perhaps resting upstairs,
        Sandor and Magda are in the living room of the old house.  Sandor
        peeks out the window and sees Quentin coming. He tells Magda.
        They lock the front door, but it does no good. Quentin breaks
        through easily.  Sandor once again fights with Quentin, and
        once again, Quentin knocks Sandor out.  Quentin then starts
        down the cellar steps for some reason, perhaps going after
        Barnabas.  Magda quickly closes the cellar door and locks it.
        Sandor, regaining conciousness, sees this and asks Magda for
        the key so he can go help Barnabas, saying, "I must help him!"
        but Magda, fearing for Sandor's safety, screams, "You cannot fight 
        the zombie!".  Sandor screams, "I must!  Give me the key!", but
        Magda refuses to give it to him and runs off with it.  Sandor
        gives chase.  
           At dusk, Barnabas awakens.  He finds Quentin there, just
        sitting by the coffin.  Sandor, finally having gotten the
        key from Magda, comes down into the cellar and apologizes
        to Barnabas for not stopping Quentin from coming down here.
        Barnabas tells him, "Angelique sent him here".  Sandor asks,
        "Why?"  Barnabas replies, "To taunt me".  Magda comes down into 
        the cellar too.  Barnabas seems to suddenly remember something and 
        tells Sandor, "There's a trunk in the attic containing some old
        letters addressed to my uncle Jeremiah Collins.  I put them there
        long ago.  Get them.  How could I have forgotten them?"  Sandor 
        leaves.  Sandor returns with the trunk.  Barnabas reads the
        letters, then orders that chairs be brought down.  He tells Magda,
        "We will arrange the chairs in a circle around Quentin.  The chairs
        must be at least a foot apart to let the spirit return to the body".
        Magda asks, "Whose spirit?"  Barnabas replies, "Quentin's.  It's
        in the body of a little boy right now".  He explains, "I saw this
        ceremony performed over a hundred years ago in Martenique.  I wrote
        all about it to my uncle.  I was sure he would be interested in it.
        There's a point in the ceremony where either the spirit will return
        to the body, or the body will die".  
           Barnabas performs the ceremony to summon Quentin's spirit
        back into his body, "The heart waits!  The heart waits for the
        breath of life!  In this circle is a man who is waiting for his
        spirit to give it breath again!  Quentin Collins, whose spirit
        resides in another body, come to us now!", but Quentin's body
        starts to speak, "I cannot!  I cannot!"  Barnabas commands, "You
        can!  You must!", but Quentin's body says, "She will not let me!
        She will not let me!",gets up, and walks away.  Barnabas tells 
        Sandor and Magda, "There's one last chance!  There's one more 
        thing I can try!" and rushes off. 
           Meanwhile, Quentin returns to his grave.
        Episode 725
        Worldvision Rerun 509
        Tape Date:  March 28, 1969 (ABC #70-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 4, 1969 Friday
        Writer:     Sam Hall
        Director:   Lela Swift

           Barnabas goes to Collinwood and tells Judith that Quentin
        has escaped from his grave and tells her he needs Jamison to
        restore Quentin's spirit to Quentin's body.  Judith is at
        first reluctant to let him do this, but Barnabas tells her,
        "Judith, if you let me take Jamison with me, Quentin will
        live again as he was!"  Judith asks, "Won't Jamison be in
        danger?"  Barnabas assures her he will not.  Judith finally
        agrees and goes up to get Jamison.                           
           Quentin is at his grave.  Barnabas and Jamison arrive.
        Jamison shouts at Quentin, "Get up!  Get up now!  Don't let
        her do this to you!"  Barnabas turns to Jamison and starts
        to say, "Jamison...", but Jamison interrupts, "Jamison's the
        child.  You know that!"  Barnabas tells him, "Take his hand.
        Take it in yours".  Jamison takes Quentin's hand.  He complains,
        "It's so cold!".  Barnabas tells him, "Concentrate.  Concentrate
        on how much Quentin wants revenge on her".  Jamison says, "I
        hate her!  I've always hated her!"  Barnabas continues, "Concentrate.
        Leave the body in which you have found refuge.  Go back so your
        heart can start beating again!  Let your own mouth speak again!
        Let your own eyes see again!"  Quentin stands up and looks around.
        Barnabas, wondering if the ceremony has worked, asks, "Quentin?"
        Jamison starts to laugh.  Barnabas exclaims, "Jamison!", but
        Jamison replies, "I told you not to call me Jamison any more!"
        and runs off.  
           At Collinwood, Judith is in the drawing room.  She is thinking
        to herself, "What's keeping them out there at Quentin's grave?
        What is happening to all of us?  Until Barnabas came, everything
        was normal.  What does Barnabas have to do with all this?  He
        know something!  I know it!  He seems involved in everything,
        almost as it he were at the center of it!"  There's a knock at the
        front door.  Judith goes and opens it.  Standing outside is a
        middle aged man, his hair, which includes long muttonchop sideburns,
        flecked with gray(Jerry Lacy).  Judith asks, "Yes?"  The man replies,
        "I am the reverend Gregory Trask, at your service.  May I come in,
        please?" Judith asks, "The Reverend Trask?", clearly not recognizing
        the name.  The man remarks, "I'm sure your brother must have 
        mentioned me to you recently".  Judith remembers and says, "Oh
        yes, the school" and lets him in.  Trask continues, "I'm honored
        your brother wants to send the children to our school.  He wanted
        me to come here personally to convince you that Worthington Hall
        would be an excellent school for Jamison and Nora".  Jamison comes
        in through the front doors.  Judith asks, "Jamison?"  Jamison 
        replies, "Yes, dear sister?"  Judith, seeing that he is still
        possessed, tells him, "Go to your room now!"  Jamison replies,
        "But Judith, they're coming!"  Trask remarks to Jamison, "You
        are overly familiar with your elders, my boy".  He asks Judith if
        he may speak to the boy now, but Judith tells him, "You can't
        right now", then whispers to Jamison, "You say they're coming now?"  
        Jamison replies, "Yes", and goes upstairs.  Judith turns to Trask 
        and tells him, "He cannot speak to you right now".  Trask protests, 
        "But I came all the way here to speak to the children.  Is my trip 
        to have been in vain?"  Judith explains, "Jamison is not well.  He 
        would answer your questions strangely.  Your interview would be 
        worthless", but Trask is insistent, and Judith, not wanting Trask
        to see Barnabas and Quentin return,  finally relents and tells 
        Trask how to get to Jamison's room, "It's the second door on
        the left up in the hallway".  As Trask starts up the stairs, Judith
        warns him, "Reverend Trask.  You must not believe everything he
        says.  He has an overactive imagination".  Trask replies, 
        "Imagination, properly channelled, often leads to genius" and goes
           Barnabas returns with Quentin.  Judith tells Barnabas, "You can't
        come in!  I have a visitor Edward sent!".  Barnabas comes in anyway,
        saying, "He has a small pulse beat!  It wasn't there before!  He
        must be near Jamison!"  Judith tells him, "But Jamison is with the
        visitor".  Barnabas asks, "Are you willing to see Quentin die 
        again?" and takes Quentin into the drawing room.  Judith follows
        them in there and remarks, "I can't bear to look at him!  If Trask
        comes downstairs, he'll see!  Why has Quentin done this?"  Barnabas
        tells her, "It's not his fault", but Judith replies, "Then who's
        fault is it?  I know the things Quentin has been doing!  I've
        seen those things in his room, those godless pamphlets, those
        rods he brought back from the Orient.  He's being punished for his
        godless life!"  
           The clock in the foyer strikes 9:00.  Trask's voice can be
        heard upstairs saying, "This has been a most interesting chat!"
        Downstairs, Judith warns Barnabas, "They're coming!"  Trask and
        Jamison start down the stairs.  Jamison remarks, "I can feel
        him here..."  Judith exclaims, "Jamison!  Don't talk that way!"
        Jamison replies, "I've always talked that way, dear sister".
        Judith lies to Trask, "He's talking that way because he doesn't
        want you to accept you into your school", but Trask replies, "No,
        he's talking like that because he's possessed!", and asks, "The
        boy's been telling me the most interesting things.  Tell me the 
        whole story!  I can help!  Where is the boy's uncle?"  Jamison 
        tells him, "He's with Barnabas in the drawing room.  I can feel 
        them there".  Hearing Trask's voice, Barnabas comes out of the 
        drawing room and gasps, "Trask!"  Trask, surprised, asks Barnabas, 
        "Do we know each other, sir?  How do you know my name?"  Judith 
        explains, "I must have mentioned it to him".  She turns to Barnabas
        and says, "We must tell him the whole story.  Maybe he can help".
         She takes Trask into the drawing room, shows him Quentin and 
        tells him about him.  Trask exclaims, "This is beyond belief!
        I must begin at once!".  Barnabas asks, "Begin what?"  Trask 
        replies, "To solve the problem".  Barnabas asks, "Solve the 
        problem?  How?"  Trask replies, "By using the power of prayer".  
        Noting the dubious look on Barnabas' face, he asks, "Are you 
        doubtful of the power of prayer?"  Barnabas doesn't answer.  Judith 
        tells Barnabas, "We must give him a chance!  After all, you were 
        willing to take other chances".  Trask remarks suspiciously, 
        "Perhaps he knows of other ways".  Barnabas replies, "I do not".  
        Trask asks, "Then why do you object?"  Judith echoes, "Yes, why?  
        The Reverend Trask deserves an answer!"  Barnabas replies, "I don't 
        have an answer".  Trask asks that he be left alone in the room with 
        Jamison and Quentin.  Barnabas says, "I'd prefer to stay", but Trask 
        replies, "No.  I feel a spirit in you that is alien to my cause".  
        Judith asks, "What are you going to do?"  Trask replies, "I am going 
        to restore things to the way they were!  The boy will once again be 
        the handsome little boy he was.  You have nothing to fear!"
           Barnabas and Judith go out into the foyer.  Trask closes the
        drawing room doors.  Barnabas asks Judith, "What do you know
        about that man?"  Judith replies, "He has a school.  You saw
        the way he was with children".  Barnabas remarks, "I don't
        trust him!"  
           Inside, Trask orders Jamison, "Kneel!"  Jamison doesn't.
        Trask shouts, "KNEEL!!!"  Jamison now kneels.  Trask starts to
        pray, "This poor lost lamb beseeches your help, a small frail
        body possessed by a giant evil force.  Hear me! Hear me!  The
        devil has been in this house!  He has invaded two bodies!  He
        must be vanquished and driven from them before he can be driven
        from this house!  He has taken two bodies against their wills!
        Hear me! Hear me!  Hear me!!"  Jamison starts to groan.
           Outside, Barnabas is staring at his portrait.  Judith asks,
        "Why are you staring at that portrait?"  Barnabas replies, "I
        was thinking of my ancestor, and the times he lived in".  Judith
        remarks, "All I can think of is what's happening in the drawing
        room.  What if he doesn't succeed?  What if they stay like that
        forever?"  Suddenly, they hear Jamison let out a bloodcurdling
        scream inside the drawing room.  Trask opens the drawing room
        doors a little, sticks his head out, tells Judith and Barnabas,
        "Do not come in!  You would only be aiding the Devil's work if 
        you do!", retracts his head, and closes the doors again.  From 
        inside, Jamison lets out another bloodcurdling scream. Barnabas, 
        disregarding Trask's orders, opens the door and looks in...
        Episode 726
        Worldvision Rerun 510
        Tape Date:  March 31, 1969 (ABC #71-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 7, 1969 Monday
        Writer:     Sam Hall
        Director:   Lela Swift

           But Judith pulls Barnabas back and closes the door, demanding
        that he let Trask do his work, saying, "We must do as he says!
        We must give the Reverend Trask a chance!".  Barnabas argues with 
        Judith, saying, "The so-called Reverend Trask!  I'm sure if you
        did some investigating on him, you'd find that he didn't get
        his ordination from any reputable church! He's nothing but a fraud!"
        They argue about this.
           Inside the drawing room, Trask tells Jamison, "Take his hand!
        Place his hand in yours!".  Jamison obediently takes Quentin's
        hand.  Trask orders, "The spirit will go from your body to his!"
        Jamison faints.  Trask prays to God, "You must help me!  I cannot
        do it alone!  Give this poor lost lamb the strength to purge 
           Outside, Barnabas, seeing that nothing has happened, remarks
        caustically, "Well, have we given the Reverend Trask enough time?"
        Judith becomes angry and they argue again.  As they argue, Trask 
        opens the door.  Barnabas asks, "Well, Trask, have you failed?"
        Trask replies, "You may come in now".  Barnabas and Judith go into 
        the drawing room.  Jamison appears back to normal.  Judith asks,
        "Jamison!  Are you all right?"  Jamison replies, "Of course I
        am".  Quentin, however, lies on the couch, still unconscious. 
        Judith asks Trask, "And Quentin?"  Jamison remarks, "I think Uncle 
        Quentin's had a little too much to drink".  Barnabas sarcastically
        remarks to Trask, "Let me congratulate you on a job half done",
        but Quentin suddenly groans and regains consciousness.  Trask
        tells Barnabas, "I hope you have more faith in the power of prayer
        now".  Quentin looks at Trask and asks Judith, "Who's this?  Another
        flunkie of yours?"  Trask introduces himself, "I am the Reverend
        Trask".  Quentin asks, "Reverend?  Didn't anyone send for a doctor?!
        I've been stabbed!".  Barnabas tells him, "You'll find that some
        time has passed since that happened".  Quentin protests, "But it
        just happened", unaware of the passage of time. Trask says, "Perhaps
        we should not discuss things like stabbings in front of the child".
        Jamison, curious, asks Quentin, "Who stabbed you?"  Trask insists
        that they not discuss this in front of Jamison.  Barnabas takes 
        Quentin to his room.  Trask asks to speak to Judith alone.  Judith
        sends Jamison out into the foyer and closes the drawing room 
        doors.  Judith tells Trask, "Reverend Trask, I am most grateful 
        to you".  Trask replies, "It was not I who was responsible, Miss 
        Collins.  It was Him.  I will give you thanks to Him."  Judith 
        insists, "I saw a miracle!"  Trask replies, "I saw a house in need 
        of one.  May I speak frankly?  I can see why your brother wants the 
        children out of the house with all that's happening here.  
        Possession!  Stabbings!  If you will let me take the boy to 
        Worhington Hall, you will see a most remarkable change in him.
        May I take the children away tonight?  I think it would be best
        to get them away from this house as soon as possible".  Jamison, 
        who has been eavesdropping through the door outside, bursts in 
        and shouts, "I'M NOT GOING AWAY TO YOUR SCHOOL!"  Trask calmly 
        replies, "Not if you don't want to go.  At Worthington Hall, we
        never force children to do anything they don't want to do.
        We always discuss things first".  He asks Jamison, "May we go
        to your room and discuss this?"  Jamison replies, "I guess so".
        As Trask and Jamison are leaving the drawing room, Trask remarks,
        "What a nice little chat we are going to have!" 
           In Quentin's room, Quentin asks Barnabas, "That man, Reverend
        Trask, he was my savior?"  Barnabas replies, "I didn't say that".
        Quentin replies, "And I don't think you believe it.  Who do you
        think REALLY saved me?"  Barnabas replies, "I know you've dabbled
        in many things.  Perhaps one of your 'interests' saved you".
        He then changes the subject and asks Quentin, "Tell me about your
        wife".  Quentin replies, "I married young.  My wife was a girl
        of unknown origin, as Edward would say", but refuses to say
        anything more about her.  Barnabas says, "I'm only trying to
        help you.  Please don't consider me an enemy", but Quentin replies,
        "I've been suspicious of your motives ever since you came here.
        I don't trust you".
           In Jamison's room, Trask is talking to Jamison.  He asks, "So
        you say you'd miss your pony, and that's why you don't want to
        go to Worthington Hall.  Well, you may bring him with you!  What's
        his name?", but Jamison replies, "I don't want to tell you!", and
        still refuses to go to the school.  Trask says, "Let us pray, and
        hope the Lord will get you to change your mind".  Jamison announces,
        "I don't like you!"  Trask asks, "Do you want to grow up to be 
        a disappointment to your father?  Your father is very worried 
        about your soul!  Do you want to be saved?"  Jamison replies, "Yes".
        Trask says, "Then I can help you!"
           Quentin goes to the drawing room and grabs Judith by the throat.
        He asks, "Now, dear sister, where is my wife Jenny?  Where are you
        keeping her?"  Judith demands, "Let me go!"  Quentin sarcastically
        remarks, "So, your sisterly love for me was so great that you
        wouldn't tell me because you were afraid I would be disconsolate
        when I found out Jenny was mad.  Tell me where she is right now,
        or I'll..."  Judith tells him, "If you touch me, I'll scream!
        Reverend Trask is with Jamison upstairs right now and he'll
        hear!".  Quentin lets Judith go and vows, "I'll find her myself,
           In Jamison's room, Jamison tells Trask, "I don't want to go!"
        Trask remarks, "Stubborness can be a sin!", and commands, "Come
        here!"  He tells Jamison, "I give each of my boys one chance!
        Now tell me what you are going to tell your aunt!".  Jamison remains
        silent.  Trask angrily shouts, "Come on!  We just went over it!"
        Jamison reluctantly says, "I'm going to tell her that I want to go
        to your school and I want to leave tonight".  
           Quentin and Judith are still arguing in the drawing room.
        Trask comes in and asks, "Am I interrupting something?"  Quentin
        leaves.  Trask tells Judith, "I'm afraid if the boy does not 
        leave this house immediately, he is in danger of losing his mind!"
           Outside in the foyer, Jamison begs Quentin, "Quentin!  You've
        got to help me!  I don't want to go to his school!"  Trask comes
        out of the drawing room and says to Jamison, "Your aunt wants to
        hear what you have to say to her".  Quentin winks at Jamison.  
        Trask takes Jamison into the drawing room.  The clock in the
        foyer reads 9:00.
           Inside the drawing room, Trask tells Jamison, "Now tell your
        aunt what you told me upstairs", but Jamison shouts, "I won't!
        He threatened me!  He tried to make me lie!  He tried to make
        me tell you I wanted to go to his school!"  Trask denies this, 
        saying, "I don't know why the boy should dislike me so to make up 
        such a lie", and, appearing crestfallen, turns to leave, saying 
        sadly, "If there's one thing I cannot stand, it is to have a boy 
        dislike me.  You'll have to find another school for the children",
        but Judith announces, "No!  He will go to Worthington Hall!  He's
        becoming more and more like his uncle Quentin, and that's something
        I will not have!  Be back here in an hour and I'll have him ready!"
        Trask leaves.
           The clock in the foyer now reads 10:00.  Barnabas is arguing
        with Judith in the foyer, "You'd rather believe that fraud Trask
        than Jamison?!"  Judith replies, "Yes.  Jamison is getting to be
        too much like Quentin.  I believe he'd lie.  And Reverend Trask is
        not a fraud.  You are to treat him with as much respect as I do!".
        Trask returns to get Jamison.  Judith goes upstairs to get him.  
        While she is upstairs, Barnabas remarks to Trask, "A curious thought
        occured to me when I first saw you.  I've been studying the Collins
        family history, and I was looking at some ink drawing of some of
        the people who lived here 100 years ago.  It seems there was a
        witchcraft trial here then.  Who'd have believed there could have
        been a witchcraft trial at that late date.  I saw a picture of
        a man connected with it who greatly resembled you.  You wouldn't
        by any chance be from Salem, would you?"  Trask replies, "Yes".
        Barnabas remarks, "That explains it, then.  One of our family
        brought in a Reverend Trask from Salem.  He resembled you greatly.
        Could he have been one of your ancestors?"  Trask replies, "Yes.
        He was my Great-great grandfather.  A most illustrious man.  He
        disappeared mysterously shortly after leaving Collinsport.  No one 
        knows what happened to him".  Barnabas remarks cryptically, "Yes, 
        and here we are again!".  Trask, puzzled, asks, "Again?  What do you
        mean?", but before Barnabas can answer, Judith comes running
        downstairs and shouts, "Jamison!  Jamison's gone!".  Trask calmy
        says, "I'm sure we'll find him, tonight!"
        Episode 727
        Worldvision Rerun 511
        Tape Date:  April 1, 1969 (ABC #72-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 8, 1969 Tuesday
        Writer:     Sam Hall
        Director:   Lela Swift

           Trask is alone in the drawing room, on his knees praying, "I
        beseech your help in finding this poor lost lamb.  The devil
        must be vanquished!  The lamb must be cleansed!..."  Barnabas
        comes in through the front doors into the foyer and hears Trask
        praying.  He goes into the drawing room and remarks to Trask,
        "Perhaps I should have prayed with you".  Trask asks, "You 
        didn't find him in the woods?"  Barnabas replies, "If I had, I
        wouldn't have brought him to you!"  Trask asks, "You have been
        against me since I came to this house.  Why?"  Barnabas replies,
        "I don't trust you".  Trask warns, "Don't interfere, Mr. Collins.
        I will get the boy tonight! Tomorrow night, at the latest!  I 
        know that!"  Barnabas asks, "What are you going to do with 
        Jamison when you get him?"  Trask replies, "I'm going to get him
        to see the error of his ways!"  Quentin comes into the room and
        tells Trask, "Judith told me to tell you that both rooms are
        ready".  Trask tells Quentin and Barnabas, "When my daughter 
        Charity comes, have her brought directly to me.  She's a shy
        child who's extremely ill at ease with strangers.  I will now
        go to my room and meditate" and leaves.  Quentin quips, "If
        Worthington Hall is as pleasant as its master, then Nora and
        Jamison are in for a joyous winter!"  Barnabas remarks to Quentin, 
        in a suspicious tone of voice, "You appear to be remarkably calm for
        someone whose only nephew is missing". Quentin just smiles and says,
        "It's because we Collinses are a remarkably calm lot".  Barnabas 
        remarks, "Or maybe it's because you hid him".  Quentin smiles again
        and says, "You said that, not me!".  Barnabas replies, "I'm just
        glad the boy is safe.  Had he come to me, I would have done the same
        thing.  He must not be sent to that school!"  Quentin jokes, "We
        mustn't make a habit of agreeing with one another, Barnabas!"
        After Barnabas leaves, Rachel happens to come into the drawing 
        room. Shocked to see Quentin, she exclaims, "NO!!!!!".  Quentin
        responds strangely, laughing, "HAHAHAHAHAHAH!  When Barnabas
        told me I had carried you off, I said, 'I told you I had good
        taste!'".  Rachel complains, "How can you joke about this?"
        Quentin suddenly becomes somber and says, "I was afraid that
        every time you looked at me from now on, you would be afraid
        of me".  Rachel says, "I don't understand..."  Quentin replies,
        "No one does.  I was under a spell.  Rachel, I'm sorry".  Rachel
        tells him, "You weren't responsible, obviously.  You said you were
        under a spell.  Are you serious?"  Quentin replies, "Yes.  It was
        a spell".  Rachel asks, "Who would put a spell on you?  I want to
        know!".  Quentin asks, "Why?"  Rachel replies, "So many strange
        things have been happening to me lately.  I think I have an enemy
        here.  It started the very first night I was here.  You told me
        no one had been in the tower room for a hundred years, but I saw
        lights there.  Later, I went there to investigate, and someone
        attacked me there".  Quentin suddenly turns to leave.  Rachel
        asks, "Where are you going?"  Quentin replies, "Perhaps the person
        I'm looking for is there!" and leaves, obviously thinking that
        that is where Judith is hiding Jenny.
           As soon as Quentin leaves, there's a knock on the front door.
        Rachel answers it, and a look of pure shock comes onto her
        face.  A petite, pretty blond woman (Nancy Barrett) is standing
        outside, a look of surprise on her face.  She exclaims, "Rachel 
        Drummond!!!"  Rachel asks, "Charity!  What are you doing here?!"
        Charity replies, "More to the point, what are YOU doing here?"
        She asks, "Aren't you going to invite me in?", then comes in
        anyway when Rachel doesn't say anything.  Charity remarks, "I see
        you still haven't conquered that bad habit of not answering
        questions promptly.  You still haven't answered my question.  What
        are you doing here?", then remarks, "My father will be very
        interested to know I've found you!"  Rachel replies, "I don't care
        what your father thinks.  I'm working for the Collinses now!".
        Charity asks, "You haven't told the Collinses about your past
        yet, have you?", then says, "No, I can see from the expression on
        your face you haven't".  She asks Rachel, "Well, are you going to
        take me to my father or not?"  Rachel exclaims, "He's here?!?!
        Why?"  Charity replies, "He's here to take the children away
        to the school.  Something has to be done with them".  At that
        moment, Barnabas happens to come down the stairs into the foyer
        and, seeing Charity, takes her upstais to Trask as instructed.
        Rachel goes into the drawing room, looks out the window, and 
        thinks to herself, "I can't just run from here!  Not again! If
        they're here, I must face them!  But how am I to do that?"  
           Quentin comes back down and tells Rachel, "Well, no one was
        in the tower room.  All I found there was a doll's head with one
        eye missing.  Whoever was in there has been moved, and I'm going
        to find out where to!"
           Up in Trask's room, Charity has told her father that she has
        seen Rachel.  Trask says, "The lost lamb has been found!  You saw
        Rachel Drummond in Collinsport?"  Charity replies, "No, not in
        Collinsport".  Trask asks, "Where, then?  Do you know where she
        lives?"  Rachel replies, "Rachel Drummond is a governess in this
        house".  Trask gasps, "In this very house?!  We must pray!  Rachel
        Drummond has been delivered to us!"  He and Charity kneel and pray 
        in thanks to the Lord for delivering Rachel to them.
           Barnabas comes back downstairs and finds Rachel in the drawing
        room alone.  He tells her, "I can tell from your expression that
        something is terribly wrong.  What is it?"  Rachel replies, "You
        can't let Judith send the children to Trask's school!  I went there!
        I was about Nora's age when I was sent there.  I had a foster Aunt
        who sent me there.  It's a horrible place where children are terribly
        mistreated!  The Trasks keep the children in constant fear, and keep
        them apart from one another to keep them alone and afraid.  But I
        managed to form a close friendship with a boy named Tim Shaw.  But the
        Trasks found out about this, and they had Tim locked in a cupboard for
        30 days as punishment, and I was beaten and starved, and told never to
        speak with Tim again.  I was there for another 12 years, and so was
        Tim, but the entire time, we didn't dare to even look at one another".
        Barnabas, incredulous, remarks, "It couldn't be THAT bad!  After
        all, it is a successful school, and it couldn't be as successful
        as it is if it were that bad".  Rachel replies, "It is!  I know!
        I even taught there!".  Barnabas, puzzled, asks, "You taught there
        even knowing that it was such a horrible place?"  Rachel explains,
        "My foster aunt had passed away leaving money to be paid, so Rev.
        Trask force me to work as a teacher at the school to work it off".
        Barnabas asks, "They intimidated you that much?"  Rachel replies,
        "Yes.  Until one day Tim Shaw and I..."   She pauses, then says,
        "escaped.  But we left all those poor children there.  We couldn't
        help them".  Barnabas says, "You must tell Miss Judith all this!"
        Rachel cries.  Reverend Trask comes into the drawing room.  Seeing
        Rachel, he asks, "Tears?  Perhaps they are tears of repentance!"
        He tells Barnabas, "I'd like to talk to Miss Drummond alone".
        Barnabas replies, "Anything you want to say to her, you can say
        with me here".  Trask turns to Rachel and asks, "Are you sure you
        want Mr. Collins to hear what I have to say to you?"  Rachel
        turns to Barnabas and tells him, "I think it would be best if
        you left".  Barnabas tells her, "All right.  I'll be in the study
        if you need me" and leaves, closing the drawing room doors behind
        him.  Trask orders Rachel, "Come to me!"  Rachel just stands there.
        Trask repeats angrily, "COME TO ME!".  Rachel goes to Trask, a
        look of terror on her face.  Trask remarks, "What beautiful hair
        you have!  That is what I always remember about you so well!
        Whenever I am about to think badly of you, I think of how you 
        looked that last day I saw you in my office".  He then says,
        "You stole money from me!"  Rachel retorts, "You owed me that
        money!  I worked for it!".  Trask replies, "You were not working
        for that money.  You were working off your debt".  Rachel says,
        "I had already worked it off, but you made me sign a paper saying
        I owed you more money that I actually did!"  Trask growls, "And
        that paper will stand in any court!"  Rachel vows, "I won't let
        you take the children away!".  Trask tells her, "That man you ran
        away with.  He's back at the school working off his debt".  Rachel
        exclaims, "I can't believe that!"  Trask says, "I will be in my
        room when you change your mind" and leaves. 
           Upstairs, Trask tells his daughter Charity, "You need not worry.
        The lamb.  She will return to us!  She will return!
          After Trask leaves, Barnabas returns and says to Rachel, "There 
        must be something I could do to help you!"  Rachel replies, "You 
        can do nothing".  Barnabas suggests, "Perhaps when Edward comes
        back tomorrow, we could talk to him about this".  Rachel replies,
        "I can't talk to him about it!"  Barnabas asks, "Why not?", but
        Rachel just exclaims, "I can't!", and runs off crying.
           Barnabas goes outside the house, looks up at the bedroom
        windows, then turns into a bat and flies up into Charity
        Trask's bedroom, where he turns back into a vampire.  Charity
        awakens, sees Barnabas and is about to scream, but he bites her.
        Episode 728
        Worldvision Rerun 512
        Tape Date:  April 2, 1969 (ABC #73-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 9, 1969 Wednesday
        Writer:     Gordon Russell
        Director:   Henry Kaplan

           Charity has been bitten.  Barnabas asks her, "Are you aware of
        what has happened to you?"  Charity replies, "Yes".  Barnabas 
        asks, "Do you have the urge to run from me?"  Charity replies,
        "No.  I feel like I belong to you".  Barnabas tells her, "So you
        do.  But you will come to me only when I summon you, and you will
        tell no one about me".  Charity promises, "I will not fail you".
        Barnabas tells her, "Good night" and leaves.           
           It is the next morning.  Nora is sitting on the fireplace guard, 
        looking into the fire.  Hearing the front door open, she turns to 
        look and is overjoyed to see that her father Edward has returned.
        She rushes out into the foyer to him and exclaims, "I'm so glad
        you've come back!  We were afraid you weren't going to come back
        in time!"  Edward asks, "What do you mean?"  Nora replies, "Aunt
        Judith wants to send us to some school in Rockport!  Please stop
        her!"  Edward tells Nora, "It wasn't your Aunt Judith's idea to
        send you to that school.  It was MY idea.  I thought it would be
        a good idea to send you away from Collinwood".  Nora asks, "Don't
        you want us here?"  Edward replies, "Of course.  But Collinwood
        is a world of adults.  I thought it would be better for you to
        be around other children".  Nora protests, "But we like it here
        at Collinwood!  We like being taught by Rachel!  If you send us
        away, we'll both die!"  Edward replies, "Don't be so melodramatic.
        Of course you won't die.  We'll discuss this at dinner with
        Jamison".  Nora tells him, "We can't.  Jamison's run away because
        Trask was cruel to him".  Edward remarks, "I had no idea you two
        would react like this!  I must think about how to find Jamison!
        Now you run along and play!".  Nora leaves.  Edward goes into
        the drawing room and pours himself a drink.  After drinking it,
        he goes back out into the foyer, where he runs into Charity Trask,
        who's just coming down the stairs.  Edward asks her, "Could you tell
        me where your father is?"  Charity replies, "He's gone back to the
        school.  There are some things he has to attend to there".  She
        remarks, "You must be worried about Jamison".  Edward replies, 
        "Not really.  I don't think he's really run away.  He's probably
        just hiding somewhere on the estate".  Charity remarks, "He's
        a strong willed boy.  Too strong willed.  I'm sure Worthington Hall 
        would do him some good!"  Edward notices that Charity is acting 
        rather strangely and asks, "Is something the matter?"  Charity 
        replies, "No, it's just that the light is rather bright in here 
        and bothers my eyes".  Edward, looking puzzled, remarks, "Bright?  
        It's not bright in here; in fact, it's rather dark", then tells
        Charity, "I'm going into the study to phone your father", and
        leaves.  Charity goes outside, where the sunlight bothers her
        even more.  
           Edward goes into his study and finds Quentin going through his 
        personal papers.  Quentin looks up, sees Edward, and says very
        nonchalantly, "Oh, Edward, you're back".  Edward angrily remarks,
        "I would have thought you would be out searching for your only
        nephew, not in here going through my personal papers!"  Quentin
        replies, "I'm not worried about Jamison.  I'm sure he'll come 
        back when you abandon this ridiculous idea of sending him away
        to that school".  Edward asks, "What are you looking for in my
        papers?"  Quentin replies, "Information.  But since you've returned,
        you can tell me the information yourself.  Where are you keeping
        Jenny?"  Edward, shocked that Quentin knows about Jenny, asks, "Who 
        told you about her?"  Quentin replies, "No one".  Edward asks, 
        "Then how do you know about her?"  Quentin tells him, "A lot has
        happened since you left!", and tells him about running into Jenny
        at the cottage and being stabbed by her.  Edward, looking dubious,
        remarks, "I see you've made a miraculous recovery".  Quentin 
        replies, "Yes, miraculous is exactly the word for it.  Do you
        know that at one point I was declared dead?"  Edward exclaims,
        "Dead?!", but Quentin does not explain further, saying, "I'll
        spare you the morbid details.  Just tell me where Jenny is so
        I can make sure it doesn't happen again!", saying he wants to kill
        Jenny. Edward refuses to tell Quentin where Jenny is, saying, "I 
        can't!  Now that you're no longer married to her, I've sworn to 
        give her my protection!  I swear she will never come near you again!"  
        He refuses to say anymore, saying, "I consider this subject closed!" 
        Quentin, angry, decides to retaliate by bring up a subject he knows 
        will hurt Edward and replies, "All right, if you won't talk about 
        my wife, let's talk about yours.  Since I've come back, you've never 
        asked about her".  Edward angrily replies, "That's because I don't 
        care".  Quentin asks, "Don't you want to know what we did after she 
        followed me out of this house and halfway around the world?  The 
        last time I saw her was in Alexandria, Egypt..."  Edward reiterates, 
        "I DON'T CARE!  To me, she no longer exists!  I don't want you to 
        ever mention her again!"  Nora comes into the room and asks Edward, 
        "May I use your desk?  I want to draw a picture".  Edward,  glaring 
        at Quentin, replies, "Of course. I was just leaving" and leaves.  
           Edward is in the drawing room talking on the phone, "I see.
        Will you ask him to call Edward Collins as soon as he returns?",
        apparently leaving a message after trying unsucessfully to reach 
        Trask.  Quentin comes into the room and tries to make a bargain 
        with Edward, "Edward, suppose you and I strike up a bargain.
        You tell me where I can find Jenny, and I'll tell you where you
        can find Jamison".  Edward exclaims, "You know where he is?!"
        Quentin replies, "Yes.  I hid him to keep Judith from sending him
        to that school".  Edward exclaims, "HID HIM?!"  Quentin says, "Yes,
        hid him.  You hid Jenny from me".  Edward replies, "It's not the
        same!  If you don't bring Jamison back within the hour, or I'll call
        the authorities and have you charged with kidnapping!"  Quentin
        says, "All right.  You don't have to tell me where Jenny is.
        I'll find her myself, and when I do, I'm going to kill her!"      
           After night falls, Barnabas comes to Collinwood and goes
        to Edward's study to look for him, but finds Nora there instead.
        He says to Nora, "Good Evening, Nora.  I'm looking for your father.
        Do you know where he is?"  Nora replies, "He was here in this
        afternoon".  Barnabas asks, "And you haven't seen him since
        then?"  Nora replies, "No, I've been sitting here drawing".
        Curious, Barnabas asks, "Since the afternoon?  What kind of drawing
        could have taken you several hours to draw?"  Nora asks, "Would
        you like to see it?"  Barnabas replies that he would.  Nora hands
        it to him.  Barnabas looks at the picture.  It is a picture of a
        pyramid with hieroglyphic writing beneath it.  Nora asks, "Do you
        like it?"  Barnabas, looking puzzled, replies, "Yes, but these
        symbols here seem to be Egyptian Hieroglyphics".  Nora asks,
        "What?"  Barnabas explains, "An ancient form of Egyptian writing.
        Did you copy them from a book?"  Nora replies, "No, they just
        came into my head".  Barnabas wonders aloud, "I wonder what they 
        mean".  Nora replies, "OH! I know what they mean!  Would you
        like me to tell you?  It says my mother is coming back!"  Barnabas
        says, "Now Nora, you're playing a joke on me.  You couldn't possibly
        know what they mean.  This kind of writing is thousands of years
        old, older than the pyramids".  Nora insists, "But I do know what
        they mean.  They mean my mother's coming back".  Barnabas asks,
        "How could you know that?"  Nora replies, "I don't know.  I just
        do!"  She points to some of the symbols and explains, "This one
        means mother, and this one means house.  It means my mother's
        coming back!"  Barnabas asks, "You must miss your mother very much,
        don't you?  How long has it been since she left?"  Nora replies,
        "About a year.  But I know she'll be back!" Barnabas looks up and 
        sees Edward standing at the door with a furious look on his face.
           Edward sends Nora away, then tells Barnabas, "I heard you 
        asking Nora questions about her mother.  I though I had made it
        clear to you that you were never to bring up the subject of my 
        wife!" Barnabas replies, "It was Nora who brought up the subject
        of her mother.  She showed me this drawing she had made, a drawing
        I find curious to say the least...
           Nora goes back into the drawing room, sits down by the fireplace, 
        and stares into the fire again.  
           Barnabas, having told Edward about what Nora had said about
        the drawing, asks, "Does it mean anything to you?"  Edward
        replies, "Of course not!"  Barnabas asks, "But how could the
        child know what it says?"  Edward replies, "She doesn't!  It's
        just some of the nonsense Quentin's  been filling the children's
        heads with!  That's the reason I wanted to send them away to
        school!"  Barnabas says, "I wish you'd reconsider sending them
        to that school".  Edward tells him, "Jamison's come out of hiding.
        I just had a long talk with him in his room and promised him I'd
        think about it for a few days".
           Nora is still looking into the fire in the drawing room.  What
        sounds like a voice reciting something in some foreign language
        seems to start coming from the fire.
           Edward and Barnabas come into the foyer.  Barnabas says, "I
        hope you reconsider your decision about the school carefully".
        Edward asks, "Are you staying for dinner?"  Barnabas replies,
        "No, I have to see someone in town", says goodbye, and leaves.
        Edward starts up the stairs when suddenly he hears Nora screams,
        "NO! NO! PLEASE!" and comes running out of the drawing room into
        the foyer.  Edward asks, "Nora, what's the matter?"  Nora replies,
        "It's the fire!  Something's inside it!  I can hear it!  I can
        hear it trying to reach me!"  Edward tells her, "It's just an
        ordinary fire.  You've seen it hundreds of times".  Nora screams,
        "NO!! PUT IT OUT!"  Edward tells her, "You're just imagining
        things.  We'll go in there and I'll prove it to you.  Come in
        and look at the fire, and you'll see it's nothing but a fire".
        He takes Nora inside.  Nora looks into the fire and screams,
        "AHHH!"  Edward asks, "What is it, Nora?"  Nora replies, "In
        the fire!  I see my mother's face in the fire!"  Floating in the
        flames is the image of a woman's face...
        Episode 729
        Worldvision Rerun 513
        Tape Date:  April 3, 1969 (ABC #74-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 10, 1969 Thursday
        Writer:     Gordon Russell
        Director:   Henry Kaplan

           The face disappears.  Edward, who's apparently seen nothing,
        asks, "What are you talking about?"  Nora replies, "My mother!
        I saw her!".  Edward dismisses this as her imagination, "You didn't
        see anyone or anything in that fire!"  Nora insists, "I saw her!
        I did!  What does it mean?"  Edward replies, "It means nothing.
        Now I want to know why you're carrying on like this about your
        mother.  Has Quentin been talking to you about her?"  Nora replies,
        "No.  It's just a feeling I have that she's coming back!"  Edward
        firmly says, "She's not ever coming back, and I don't want to hear
        any more talk about her!  I should have sent you and Jamison to
        that school last night!"  Nora begs, "No!  Please don't send us
        to that school!  I promise never to talk about mother again!"
        Edward replies, "We'll see".  Beth appears at the door and says,
        "I'm going into town", and reminds Edward, "You said were goiing to
        give me a note to deliver to Mrs. Fillmore".  Edward gives her an
        envelope, which she puts into her purse, then leaves, telling Beth,
        "Put Nora to bed before you go".
           As Beth takes Nora out of the drawing room, they run into
        Quentin.  Quentin tells Beth, "I've got to talk to you. It's 
        urgent".  Beth replies, "I don't have the time right now. I've 
        got to put Nora to bed, then I have to go into town".  Nora 
        interrupts, "It's all right. I can go up to bed myself" and goes 
        upstairs.  Quentin and Beth go into the drawing room.  Quentin 
        remarks, "You amaze me!  Nothing ruffles you, even the sight of
        someone you thought dead!"  Beth explains, "Your sister explained
        everything to me".  Quentin tells Beth, "And I also know something
        I didn't know earlier.  I know why you're still here at Collinwood.
        Jenny's still here!  Someone should have gotten rid of her long
        ago!  And I'm going to do it, right after you tell me where she
           Nora, walking through the bedroom hallway on her way to her 
        room, is startled to see a fire suddenly appear in the middle of 
        floor the hallway.  She screams.
           Hearing Nora's screams, Beth comes running out of the drawing
        room.  Edward comes running out of the study into the foyer.
        Both Edward and Beth start running up the stair, but only get
        halfway up when Nora comes running out onto the landing screaming, 
        "Father!  There's a fire upstairs!  Outside my room!  The whole 
        hallway's on fire!!!"  Edward exclaims, "GOOD LORD!"
           Alone in the drawing room, Quentin notices that Beth has left 
        her purse on the table with the corner of an envelope sticking out 
        of it.  He takes the envelope out and smiles...
           Edward, who has apparently gone up and found no fire, takes
        Nora and Beth up into the bedroom hallway and asks Nora, "Now
        where is that great fire you were talking about?  I suppose one
        day you'll tell me the sky is falling".  Nora insists, "But there
        was a fire here!".  Edward points out, "There's not even the trace
        of a fire", and says, "You must have imagined it".  Beth says, "I'll
        take her to bed", but Edward tells her, "No, I'll take her to bed.
        You have an errand to run".
           Downstairs, Quentin opens the envelope and finds it is full
        of money.  He smiles. 
           Beth returns downstairs and goes into the drawing room to
        get her purse.  Quentin again demands that she tell him where
        Jenny is, but Beth refuses, says, "If you'll excuse me,
        I must go into town", and takes her purse from the table.
        But when she looks inside, she sees that the envelope that
        Edward had given her is missing and demands, "Give it to me!".
        Quentin, feigning innocence, asks, "Give you what?"  Beth
        replies, "The envelope that was in my purse.  Don't play games
        with me!  I know you took it!  Give it to me or I'll tell your
        brother!"  Quentin gives the envelope back to her and remarks,
        "You were also carrying a lot of money the last time you went
        into town.  What do you do with it?".   Beth replies, "None of
        your business.  Now, I've got to go into town", but Quentin
        insists, "No, let's continue our discussion about Jenny".  He 
        tells Beth, "When I find her, I intend to kill her for trying to 
        kill me!"  Beth, horrified, exclaims, "You can't! She's not 
        responsible for her actions! She's insane!"  She begs Quentin not
        to harm Jenny, promising, "I promise you she'll never get close to
        you again!".  Quentin tells Beth, "I'll promise to stop looking
        for Jenny on one condition".  Beth asks, "And what's that?"
        Quentin kisses her and replies, "I want you back, Beth!"
           Edward is still with Nora.  He asks her, "You're getting sleepy,
        aren't you?"  Nora replies that she is.  Edward remarks, "I'm not
        surprised.  You've had more than enough excitement for one day".
        Nora says, "Thank you for sitting up with me".  Edward says,
        "Goodnight" and leaves.
           The clock in the foyer reads 12 midnight.
           Nora is lying in bed asleep.  She has a dream.  In it, she is
        awakened by a knocking at the front doors.  She gets up and goes
        down into the foyer.  There, she sees her father Edward opening
        the front door.  Standing there is her mother, dressed in a hooded
        cloak.  Edward angrily shouts at the woman, "YOU!  HOW DARE YOU
        WELCOME HERE!  GO!! AND NEVER COME BACK!"  The woman leaves.
        Nora says to herself, "He sent her away!  I've go to go and get
        her back!"  She shouts, "Mother!  Come back!"  Inside the
        drawing room, Edward shouts, "She's never coming back!"  He
        laughs maniacally, "HAHAHAHAHAH!", and starts to tear a newspaper
        up.  Nora insists, "She will!"  Edward continues to tear up the
        newspaper. Nora runs out in pursuit of her mother.  She finally
        catches up with her in the woods and exclaims, "You are here!
        You didn't go away again!"  At first, the cloaked figure just
        stands there, silent, but then suddenly the cloak becomes
        empty and falls to the ground.  Back at Collinwood, Edward,
        who has by now torn the newspaper into very small pieces,
        shouts, "She's gone forever!  She's never coming back!  Never!"
        He throws the pieces of newspaper into the air and laughs
        maniacally again.
          Nora wakes up screaming. Beth comes into the room and asks,
        "Nora, what's wrong?".  Nora exclaims, "She came back, and he
        sent her away!"  Beth asks, "What are you talking about?"
        Nora replies, "My mother!  She came back and knocked on the door,
        but my father sent her away!"  Beth calms her down, telling her,
        "No one's come to the house all night.  You were just dreaming".
        Nora insists, "No!  It was more than just a dream!  It means
        she's coming back!  I know it!".  Beth tells Nora, "Lie back
        down.  You must get some sleep!"  Nora lies back down, saying,
        "All right, Beth.  Good night".
           Quentin goes into the drawing room and tells Edward, "I'd like
        to talk to you".  Edward grumpily replies, "All right, but you'd
        better make it brief.  I'm tired".  Quentin tells Edward, "I wanted
        to let you know you can stop worrying about me wanting to harm Jenny.
        I've decided to stop looking for her.  Just make sure she stays away
        from me".  Edward asks, "Just what made you change your mind?"
        Quentin replies, "I just thought it over and decided not to do
        anyting drastic".  Edward looks dubious.  Quentin, seeing the
        expression on Edward's face, remarks, "You look cynical".  Edward
        says, "It's just that I know you too well to know you never do
        anything without an ulterior motive!  I'd like to know what it is!".
        Quentin suggests, "Let's have a drink".
           Nora, upstairs sleeping in bed, is awakened by a loud knocking
        sound.  She gets up and leaves her room.
           In the drawing room, Quentin and Edward have finished their drinks
        and continue talking.  Quentin asks, "You still want a full expla-
        nation?" Edward replies, "Yes".  Quentin tells him, "Then you're
        going to be disappointed.  I've told you everything there is to
        tell.  Think about it.  If I hurt Jenny, I'd be in a lot of
        trouble".  Edward remarks, "If that's the truth, then you've made
        a wise decision for once".   Quentin says, "Thank you".  Edward
        remarks, "I just like to give credit where credit is due".  Deep
        in conversation,  Edward and Quettin do not notice Nora come down
        the stairs into the foyer, nor do they seem to notice the loud
        knocking at the front door, which only Nora seems to hear.  Nora
        opens the door and leaves the house.  She goes to the spot in the
        woods where she caught up with her mother in her dream and calls,
        "Mother?  Mother, are you here?". There is no one there.  Dis-
        appointed, Nora moans, "And I was so sure the dream was going to
        come true!"  Then she notices the cloak lying exactly where it was
        in the dream.  She kneels down to get a better look.  Suddenly, a
        woman's hand in a black glove touches Nora on the shoulder.  Nora
        looks up to see who it is.  A look of surprise comes onto Nora's
        Episode 730
        Worldvision Rerun 514
        Tape Date:  April 4, 1969 (ABC #75-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 11, 1969 Friday
        Writer:     Gordon Russell
        Director:   Henry Kaplan

           Nora exclaims, "Mother! I knew you'd be coming back!
        I had a dream you would!"  Her mother Laura (Diana Millay)
        replies, "I had a dream too! I had a dream that you'd be
        here!". Nora remarks, "Maybe now you're back Father won't
        send us to that awful school in Rockport".  Laura tells
        her, "You won't have to.  Go to Collinwood and fetch
        Jamison and we three will go away together", but Nora
        refuses to do so, saying, "I don't want it that way. I
        want you to come back to Collinwood so we can live like
        a family again".  Laura tells her, "I can't go back to
        Collinwood just yet.  There's something I have to do.
        Could you do me a favor? Don't tell anyone except Jamison
        that you saw me.  I want my return to be a surprise!"
        She gives a piece of jewelry, a scarab, to Nora, saying,
        "It's a good luck charm I got from a land from far, far away".
        Nora takes it and, examining it, finds hieroglyphic writing on
        it, and remarks, "It's just like the writing my father thought
        Quentin taught me".  Laura is surprised to learn that Quentin
        has returned to Collinwood.
           Edward telephones Trask from the phone in the drawing room
        and tells him, "I've come to a decision.  I've decided to send
        the children to school. You may come pick them up next Monday".
        Jamison, out in the foyer, overhears this and runs up to
        Quentin's room, tells him what he overheard, and begs him
        to help him.  Quentin tells him, "Since we won't be able
        to change your father's mind, what we'll have to do is
        to make sure Trask can't come to pick you up.  We'll play
        the 'game' with him like we did with Barnabas".  Jamison
        reminds him, "But we need something of Trask's to play the
        game".  Quentin tells him, "Trask left a book here last
        time he came here".  There's a knock at the door.  It's
        Nora, saying she came looking for Jamison.  Quentin tells
        Jamison, "I'll go get everything ready.  Meet me at the
        cottage in an hour" and leaves.
           Nora tells Jamison about seeing Laura.  Jamison doesn't
        believe her, saying, "You were probably just dreaming about
        her like you always do" and leaves.  Nora follows him, trying
        to convince him she did see Laura.  They end up in the 
        drawing room.  Nora shows Jamison the scarab Laura had
        given her to try to prove that she saw her mother.  Edward
        appears at the doorway, and, hearing his children talking
        about their mother - a forbidden subject - becomes angry
        and tells them that they're both confined to their rooms for 
        the rest of the day as punishment.  Jamison protests, "But
        I'm going hiking with Quentin in an hour!", lying about his
        plans with Quentin.  Edward replies, "That's too bad. You
        won't be able to go, then".
           Nora and Jamison go upstairs, but Jamison, instead of
        going to his room as ordered, goes to Quentin's room instead.
        Nora follows him and begs him, "Please go to your room, or
        Father will become angry!", but Jamison refuses, saying, "I
        have to talk to Quentin".  Quentin returns and tells Jamison,
        "Glad to see you're here.  I'm ready to play the game now,
        but Nora can't come. The game is for men only".  Jamison
        replies, "I won't be able to play either.  Edward has grounded
        us".  Quentin notices that Nora is toying with the piece of
        jewelry that Laura had give her. Appearing shocked to see it,
        he grabs it from her and demands, "Where did you get this from?"  
        Nora lies, "I found it in the woods".  Quentin goes to his desk, 
        gets a book, and starts to leaf frantically through it. 
           Downstairs, there's a knock at the front door.  Edward
        answers it and is shocked to find Laura standing there.
        He tells her, "I have only one thing to say to you: GOODBYE!
        Please leave. You're not welcome here", but Laura comes in
        anyway.  She begs, "I came back to ask you to forgive me
        and take me back.  I've had a miserable time since leaving
        you".  Edward replies, "There is no way on Earth I'll take
        you back. If you're miserable, I'll give you a sum of
        money to let you live less miserably" and leaves to get it.
           Quentin asks Nora, "Did you really find scarab? Or did
        someone give it to you?"  Nora continues to insist, "I found
        it".  Quentin rushed down the stair, calling, "Edward!"  
        He goes into the drawing room, but instead of finding
        Edward there, he sees Laura standing there.  A look of
        complete shock comes onto Quentin's face, and he exclaims,
        "But you're dead! I saw you die!"
        Episode 731
        Worldvision Rerun 515
        Tape Date:  April 7, 1969 (ABC #76-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 14, 1969 Monday
        Writer:     Gordon Russell
        Director:   Henry Kaplan

           Laura replies, "That's ridiculous. It's obvious that I'm
        not dead". Quentin insists, "You're dead! I saw you die!
        In Egypt, burned on a pyre as a sacrifice!"  Laura replies,
        "It's obvious I haven't been burned.  Do you see any burn
        scars?  You were so immersed in the occult then you must 
        have imagined it".  Edward returns and becomes furious
        when he sees Laura and Quentin together, making the
        accusation, "You two planned this together!"  Quentin denies
        this, telling Edward, "There's nothing I'd like to see more
        than for you to send her away".  Edward replies, "That's
        precisely what I'm going to do!".  He gives Laura an envelope
        stuffed with money and tells her to leave.  Laura gives the
        money back to Edward and says, "I am going to stay".  Edward
        angrily tells her, "I will allow you to stay! I'll force you
        to leave whether you take the money or not!"  Laura remarks,
        "That wouldn't be such a wise thing to do", and asks Edward,
        "May I speak to you in private?"  
           Edward takes Laura to his study to talk in private.  Laura
        tells Edward, "If you force me to leave, I'll make sure you
        become the laughingstock of Collinsport".  Edward asks, "What
        do you mean?"  Laura replies, "I'm sure you didn't let it
        become known that your wife ran off with your own brother.
        I'm sure you concocted some story to explain my absence. That I
        was recuperating from a serious illness, possibly. If you don't
        allow me to stay, I'll go back to the Collinsport where I'm
        staying and start telling everyone the true story!".  Looking
        defeated, Edward tells Laura, "All right. I'll let you stay -
        on one condition.  You are to stay in the caretaker's cottage
        and not the main house".  Laura agrees to this condition, and
        Edward tells her to go get her luggage at the Collinsport
        Inn.  Laura leaves to do so.  Edward then telephones Trask
        and tells him, "I've decided not to wait until Monday. I
        want you to have the children picked up and taken to the 
        school immediately!". 
           Rachel walks into the drawing room and finds Quentin there.
        Seeing that he appears to be upset about something, she asks,
        "What's wrong?"  Quentin tells her, "Edward's wife has returned".
        Rachel asks, "Why should that upset you?"  Quentin replies, 
        "Maybe someday I can tell you about Laura Collins, but right
        now, I can't" and leaves the room.
           There's a knock at the front door.  Rachel answers it and
        exclaims, "Tim!", in a very surprised voice.  She tells him,
        "Trask told me you had returned to the school, but I didn't
        believe him".  Tim (Don Briscoe) replies, "I'm afraid it's
        true.  I came to fetch the children".  Rachel, shocked, asks,
        "How could you EVER go back to that school?!"  Tim replies,
        "Trask tracked me down and gave me choice of either going
        back to the school or to the police".  Rachel, puzzled, asks,
        "The police? What do you mean?"  Tim replies, "There's one
        thing I've never told you about our escape. When I went into
        Trask's office to steal the money he owed us, Trask's brother
        in law caught me.  We fought, and I knocked him out, took
        the money, and left.  Or so I thought.  But when Trask tracked
        me down, he told me that his brother-in-law had died from
        his injuries, so if he had taken me to the police, it would
        have been for murder".  
           Quentin is in the cottage, drinking himself half blind.
        He continously calls for Angelique to come and help him,
        but she doesn't.
           Tim is waiting in the foyer.  Rachel comes back from
        outside through the front doors and tells him, "I've put
        the children and the luggage in the carriage. Thanks for
        letting me say goodbye to them alone".
           Quentin, in the cottage, continues to drink and call for
        Angelique, "I helped you, so you must help me, hear?" He hears
        a noise, turns towards the door, and sees a blond woman standing
        there.  But it is not Angelique.  It is Laura.  Quentin asks,
        "What are you doing here?"  Laura replies, "Edward is letting
        me stay here". Quentin goes to her and tells her again, "You're
        dead! I saw you die in Alexandria!!".  Laura again replies, "That's
        ridiculous!"  Quentin grabs her by the throat.  Laura complains,
        "You're hurting me!"  Quentin replies, "I'm going to do much more
        then just hurt you!  If you're not dead, you going to be very
        soon!" and starts to strangle her.
        Episode 732
        Worldvision Rerun 516
        Tape Date:  April 8, 1969 (ABC #77-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 15, 1969 Tuesday
        Writer:     Violet Welles
        Director:   Henry Kaplan

           Suddenly, Quentin starts to glow with an eerie light.
        In great pain, he releases Laura from his grasp and
        asks, "What are you doing to me?!"  Laura asks, "What do
        you mean?"  Quentin shouts, "There's pain shooting through my
        body as if it were on fire!"  Laura insists, "I'm not doing 
        anything!"  Quentin says, "You're doing something!  Help me!"
        Laura asks, "How do you suggest I help you?"  Quentin repeats,
        "Stop doing what you're doing to me!"  Laura replies, "I'm
        not doing anything!  It's probably gout!  You're probably 
        reaping the rewards of too rich a life".  Quentin begs, "Please 
        stop it!  I don't want to die!"  Laura angrily replies, "Do you
        think I wanted to when the priests dragged me screaming to the 
        sacrificial altar?  'Quentin!!", I cried.  'Why are you calling
        to Quentin for help?', the priests said, 'Who do you think
        betrayed you in the first place?'"  Quentin says, "I had to,
        or they would have killed me!"  Laura angrily replies, "Well,
        the death you ran away from has finally caught up with you
        at Collinwood!  Goodbye!" and leaves. Quentin collapses to the 
        floor, unconscious.
           In the drawing room at Collinwood, Rachel is talking on
        the telephone to Trask, "You know that's not true!...No, Reverend
        Trask, please, I don't want you to talk to Mr. Collins or anyone
        else!  I just need more time to work things out in my mind!"
        Barnabas happens by, and, seeing how Rachel is upset by the 
        conversation she's having on the phone, grabs the receiver from 
        her and hangs up.  Rachel moans, "Oh no!  Trask will be furious that
        I hung up on him!"  Barnabas says, "You didn't hang up on him.
        I did.  If he upsets you so much, why talk to him?"  Rachel 
        explains, "He's accusing me of being a thief!"  She tells him
        how horribly the Trasks treated the children at the school,
        how when she was forced to be a teacher there she treated the
        children kindly and was reprimanded by the Trasks for being
        indulgent, and how she finally could stand it no longer and
        ran away, taking some back wages she was owed.  She tells him
        "But Trask claims the money I took him wasn't back wages, that he 
        didn't owe me any back wages .  He's demanding that I return to 
        the school, and has added 5 more years to the time he says I 
        already owe him for the money. I can't prove he owed me back 
        wages..." She asks, "Do you think I have any chance against them?"
        While Rachel is talking, Barnabas appears to be distracted
        by something and has to ask,  "What did you say?"  Rachel
        repeats her last sentence.  Barnabas replies, "You'll never
        have to fear them again".  Rachel asks, "Are you all right?  You 
        seem so far away."  Barnabas, still seeming distracted, tells Rachel, 
        "I have a lot to talk to you about, but I'll have to talk to
        you about it later.  Sorry, I must go" and abruptly leaves.
           Barnabas goes to the cottage, and finds Anglique, who has
        summoned him psychically, there.  Angelique complains, "You certainly
        took long enough to come".  Barnabas sees Quentin lying on
        the floor unconscious and asks, "Is he dead?"  Angelique replies,
        "He's very close, Barnabas".  Barnabas protests, "But he's
        not supposed to die this way!"  Angelique replies, "He will
        die any way I wish.  Stop fighting me!  You and I belong
        with one another!  You belong with no other woman, not Rachel
        Drummond or anyone else.  I want you so much I will kill to
        have you!"  Barnabas snarls, "You're always talking about hurting
        and killing people!  How can I love someone like that?"  Angelique
        replies, "I'll be sweet and gentle if that's how you want your
        wife to be.  I'll make a deal with you.  Quentin Collins will
        not die now, he will continue to live his sordid, scandalous
        life if you'll let me assume my rightful place by your side
        as Mrs. Barnabas Collins".  Barnabas asks, "You can make him
        well?"  Angelique replies, "I did it before".  Barnabas asks,
        "Before?"  Angelique explains, "That ridiculous Reverend Trask,
        it wasn't his prayers who cured Quentin".  Barnabas asks, "It
        was you?  Why?"  Angelique replies, "It was my way of getting
        your attention", and warns him, "Do you want David Collins to
        die?  If the possessor dies, the possessed will as well.  If
        Quentin Collins dies, David Collins will die".  Barnabas 
        reluctantly says, "So be it.  Make Quentin live", but Angelique
        says, "Right now?  NO! So you do not go back on your word, you 
        must first take me to Collinwood and introduce me as your fiancee".  
           At Collinwood, Rachel walks into the drawing room and
        meets Laura for the first time.  She remarks, "I've wanted to
        meet you for a long time! Too bad it has to be under these
        circumstances.  The children..."  Laura interrupts, "The children?
        What about the children?  They're upstairs..."  Rachel tells 
        her, "They're NOT upstairs!  Edward had them taken away to 
        school!  Mrs. Collins, you must get them out of that school!
        It's a horrible place!" Laura angrily shouts, "Edward must must 
        have done this to prevent me from seeing them!", becomes furious
        and appears to faint into a chair.  She prays silently to some 
        ancient Egyptian god, "Great God Ra, bringer of life, fill my
        veins with fire!  Without you I cannot live!"  An urn with fire
        in it appears in Laura's thoughts.
           There's a knock at the door and Rachel answers.  It is
        Barnabas, accompanied by Angelique.  Rachel exclaims, "Barnabas!  
        I've been waiting to talk to you!", but then sees Angelique and asks
        "Barnabas, aren't you going to introduce me?"  Barnabas tells 
        Angelique, "Angelique, this is Rachel Drummond".  Angelique looks 
        around the foyer as if she were seeing it for the first time and
        remarks, "In a setting as exquisite as this, things must be done
        formally!  Please introduce me, Barnabas!"  Barnabas, sounding
        very reluctant, says, "Rachel, this is Angelique".  Angelique
        complains, "She does not know who 'Angelique' is.  Tell her
        who I am!"  Barnabas tells Rachel, "Angelique is my fiancee".
        Rachel is shocked.  Angelique remarks, "Such a beautiful house",
        and says to Rachel, "Perhaps you could show me around".  Rachel,
        devastated, replies, "No, that's not possible right now. There's
        something I've got to do", excuses herself and leaves.  Barnabas
        turns to Angelique and says, "Now, Quentin Collins!"  Angelique
        remarks, "Of course.  I almost forgot!".  Barnabas demands,
        "Make Quentin Collins rise!"  Angelique replies, "I will!  I will!"
        and leaves.  
           Barnabas goes out into the garden and finds Rachel sitting
        there.  She gives a little start.  Barnabas asks, "Did I surprise
        you?"  Rachel replies, "Barnabas, you're full of surprises.  I feel
        so foolish thinking we were more than just friends".  Barnabas
        replies, "We are more than just friends".  Rachel remarks, "I don't
        think a man who's just brought his fiancee here should talk like
        that".  Barnabas starts to say, "She's here for a reason..."
        Rachel interrupts, "The reason is obvious.  You want to marry
        her".  Barnabas replies, "Things are not always what they
        seem.  Just as Trask is always talking about good but is evil.
        That is the case here.  I wish I could explain, but I can't
        right now.  I wish you'd trust me.  Do you still trust me?".
        Rachel replies, "I don't know, Barnabas, I don't know".                           
           Angelique returns to the cottage and starts in incantation
        over Quentin, "Quentin Collins, return from the borders of death,
        return to the land of the living!  Return, Quentin, return!"
        Quentin regains consciousness and gets up, and exclaims, "She did
        it to me!"  Angelique asks, "Who?"  Quentin replies, "Laura
        Collins!"  Angelique tells him, "No, I did it!"  Quentin asks,
        "Why?"  Angelique replies, "I was forced to do it by my feelings
        for Barnabas".  Quentin asks, "Barnabas Collins?  What do you
        have to do with Barnabas Collins?"  Angelique replies, "I'm
        his fiancee.  I'm engaged to him".  Quentin remarks, "Aren't
        you a rather strange choice for him?"  Angelique, offended,
        turns to leave.  Quentin shouts, "Wait!", and grabs her by the
        arm.  Angelique turns and growls, "Never do that again, or you'll
        find yourself much further that just at the borders of death!"
        Quentin tells Angelique, "I need one last favor from you.  I want
        you to kill Laura Collins for me".  Angelique replies,  "You can
        easily do that yourself.  You have no need of my powers to
        do that", but Quentin tells her, "Laura seems to be more than just
        an ordinary human being".  Angelique looks into the air for a
        moment, then says, "Yes.  No ordinary person could have survived
        that fire at Alexandria".  Quentin begs, "Please, Angelique,
        help me find the answer!"  Angelique stares into the fire and sees
        the image of an urn.  She tells Quentin, "I see an urn. Inside
        the urn is a flame.  The flame is life, her life.  When the fire
        is extinguished, her life will end.  Nothing will be left except
        darkness, the darkness of death".  Quentin asks, "Where is it?
        Tell me!", but Angelique replies, "You asked for one last favor.
        I have just given it to you.  That is all I will do.  You must
        find the urn yourself and extinguish the flame, then you'll
        be rid of Laura Collins".  Quentin gleefully adds, "Forever!"
        Episode 733
        Worldvision Rerun 517
        Tape Date:  April 9, 1969 (ABC #78-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 16, 1969 Wednesday
        Writer:     Violet Welles
        Director:   Lela Swift

           Quentin returns to Collinwood.  He sees Laura sitting in the
        drawing room, but she does not see him.  Quentin quietly sneaks
        up the stairs.  Laura, in the drawing room, stares into the
        fire.  A voice appears to come from the fire and speak to her
        in a foreign language.
           Quentin searches the temporary room where Laura is staying at 
        Collinwood until the cottage is ready.  Laura comes in and 
        asks, "What do you think you're doing here?"  Quentin, shocked,
        does not answer.  Laura repeats, "I'm waiting for an answer,
        Quentin, what are you doing here?"  Quentin lies, "I want those
        letters!"  Laura asks, "What letters?"  Quentin says, "Don't
        try to look innocent, the way you used to when you kissed Edward
        good night then came to me.  You know what letters.  The letters
        I sent to you, the letters without a return address, sent.."
        Laura interrupts, "...to a post office box in Collinsport.  I
        don't have them anymore.  I've thrown them away.  Do you think I'd
        keep love letters from YOU?!  HAHAHAHAHA!".  Judith, hearing voices 
        inside Laura's room, comes in and is furious when she sees Quentin 
        and Laura together in the room and orders Quentin to leave.  Quentin 
        protests, "But I had family business to conduct with Laura".  Judith 
        replies, "Any business you have with her can be conducted in the
        drawing room!" Quentin leaves.  Laura remarks, "Pretty little
        Judith, once grandmother's handmaid, now mistress of Collinwood,
        taking charge of everyone, even MY children!"  She vows to get
        Nora and Jamison back.  Judith says, "I didn't come here to talk
        about the children.  I came to see how you were feeling".  Laura
        replies, "I'm fine.  How's Jenny?  I haven't seen her since I came
        back"  Judith remarks, "I didn't think you'd be concerned about her 
        health", the lies, "She's no longer living here.  She left shortly 
        after you did.  There was no reason for her to stay here after you 
        ran off with her husband".  After Judith leaves, Laura opens a part 
        of the desk and finds the urn there, safe and sound, just as she 
        had left it.
           Quentin goes to the old house and tells Magda, "Laura will
        need help moving into the cottage.  Offer to help her, and
        keep your eyes open for an Egyptian urn among her belongings".
           Quentin returns to Collinwood and runs into Judith in the foyer.
        She tells him, "I was not happy to find you in Laura's room!
        I don't want you to have anything to do with her!"  Quentin
        replies, "I don't want to have anything to do with her.  As I've
        already told you, I had family business with her".  Judith,
        skeptical, asks, "What kind of family business?"  Quentin
        replies, "I was trying to get Laura to return some letters I had 
        written to her that she could use to cause a scandal for Edward".  
        Judith asks, "Why would you want to help Edward?  You two...have
        never gotten along".  Quentin remarks, "Dear sister Judith, 
        always so proper, always so careful to choose the right words.
        'Never gotten along?'  You mean we hate each other's guts!  Yes,
        I hate Edward, but I hate Laura even more!".
           Rachel goes to Laura and asks, "Feeling better?"  Laura replies,
        "Yes".  Rachel continues, "May I talk to you about something?
        You must try to convince your husband not to send the children to
        that school!  I went there!  It's a horrible place where children
        are cruelly mistreated!", but is surpriseed to fined that Laura
        doesn't seem concerned at all.  Laura says, "Excuse me, but I
        have a lot of packing to do before moving to the cottage". Rachel,
        shocked at Laura's lack of concern, says, "Didn't you hear what
        I said?  You must get them away from that school!  ANYTHING could 
        happen to them there! They could even die there!" Laura replies, 
        "Die there?!  What an interesting imagination you have!" Rachel, 
        angered by Laura's lack of concern about the children, leaves.  
           There's a knock at the front door.  Rachel answers it.  It is 
        Minerva Trask (Clarice Blackburn), Gregory Trask's wife.  Mrs. 
        Trask asks Rachel, "Are you ready, Rachel?"  Rachel asks, "Ready
        for what?"  Mrs. Trask replies, "For me to take you back to the
        school, of course!  The reverend would have come himself to get you,
        but he's not feeling well, the poor man, so he sent me to get
        you instead".  Rachel tells Mrs. Trask, "I'm not going back,
        so if that's why you came, your trip was wasted!".  Mrs. Trask
        remarks, "Such a pretty girl you are, Rachel.  The reverend
        always says the pretty are the devil's playground.  We tried to
        teach you the best we could, but you turned to thievery..."
        Rachel protests, "That money was back wages you owed me!", but
        Mrs. Trask insists, "It was not!  A thief!  And a murderess as
        well!"  Rachel, shocked, exclaims, "A murderess? What do you mean?!"
        Mrs. Trask tells her, "Let us find a place to talk".
           Magda goes to Laura's room and offers to help her move.
           Downstairs, in the drawing room, Minerva remarks, "That day
        you and Tim Shaw ran off, that was the most tragic day Reverend
        Trask ever experienced!"  Rachel asks, "Why did you call me a
        murderess?"  Minerva Trask replies, "I consider you an accomplice
        in the murder of my brother.  Come back with me!  Would you rather
        come back and spend a few years with people you know, or a great
        many years in jail among strangers?  Or perhaps even the gallows!
        Oh, how that would break Reverend Trask's heart - as well as your
        neck!"  Judith comes into the foyer and, seeing Minerva there, 
        asks her, "How are the children doing?" Minerva replies,
        "They're fine", and adds, "I've come here to hire our most valuable
        teacher back".  Judith congratulates Rachel, "How lucky you are
        to have found a job so quickly now that you're services are no
        longer needed here with the children gone!" She explains to Mrs.
        Trask, "We were only keeping her here for a little while just in
        case the children didn't adjust to the school, but now that it
        appears they are, she's no longer needed here".  Minerva tells
        Rachel, "Go up and pack", adding, "You are returning to the school
        at a fortunate time.  You will be just in time to see the wedding of
        Tim Shaw and my daughter Charity".  REALLY upset now, Rachel goes
        up to pack.
           When Rachel gets upstairs, she runs into Magda, who's
        coming out of Laura's room.  Magda asks, "Why are you in such
        a hurry?  What's the matter?"  Rachel replies, "I've got to run
        away!"  Magda jokes, "From what? The police?"  Rachel replies,
        "YES!  They're accusing me of taking money".  Magda remarks,
        "That's what money is for, jumping from pocket to pocket".  Rachel 
        explains, "They're accusing me of being a thief, even of murder!"
        Magda asks, "There's no one to help you?"  Rachel replies, "No!
        I have no friends here, Barnabas is engaged, and Tim Shaw is
        marrying Charity Trask..."  Magda takes Rachel's hand, reads her
        palm and says, "The enemy I told you about is now much closer". 
        She offers to help, saying, "I know a place where you can hide".  
        She asks Rachel, "Are you brave?"  Rachel replies, "Not very".
        Magda tells her, "You must be, or you will die!"
           Laura goes downstairs and meets Judith and Minerva there.
        Judith tells Minerva, "I wonder what's taking Rachel so long",
        and goes upstairs to see. To make conversation, Minerva tells 
        Laura, "My daughter is to be married soon.  I'm so happy.  Isn't
        that every mother's dream for her daughter?"  Laura remarks 
        cryptically, "Not mine.  My dreams for my daughter are somewhat 
        different". Judith comes back down and tells Minerva that Rachel 
        has disappeared.
           Magda has taken Rachel to Eagle Hill cemetary.  There, she
        tells Rachel, "I know a man who has a carriage, but I'll need money
        to arrange transportation for you out of Collinsport".  Rachel
        replies, "I don't have much.  Only a few dollars".  Magda looks
        at the brooch Rachel is wearing and asks, "Those garnets, are
        they real?"  Rachel starts to say, "Yes...", but then exclaims,
        "No!  I couldn't do that!  It's the only thing I have that belonged
        to my mother!"  Magda tells Rachel, "You must!  It is the only way!
        I cannot arrange transportation for you without money!  I could get
        20 to 30 dollars for that brooch.  That would be enough". Rachel
        reluctantly gives Magda the brooch.  Magda then takes Rachel
        into the Collins Family Mausoleum.  Rachel exclaims, "Here?!
        This is the hiding place you were talking about?"  Magda replies,
        "No, there is a secret room.  Only Sandor and I know about it".
        Rachel protests, "I don't think I can stay here!"  Magda replies,
        "It will only be for one night!  If you don't, then Trask will
        catch you, and you will spend many more nights with him that
        are much worse!".  She opens the secret door.
        Episode 734
        Worldvision Rerun 518
        Tape Date:  April 10, 1969 (ABC #79-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 15, 1969 Thursday
        Writer:     Sam Hall
        Director:   Lela Swift

           Magda and Rachel go into the secret room.  Magda tells
        Rachel, "I will bring food and water.  You will not be comfortable
        here, but you will be safe".  Rachel asks, "Bring a lamp, too."
        She wonders aloud, "Who would build a room like this?"  Magda
        asks, "Would you like me to tell Mr. Barnabas about this?"
        Rachel replies, "No.  He's engaged to another woman now".
        Magdsa remarks, "You've seen his fiancee, eh?  I don't trust
        her either.  You are well to be rid of Mr. Barnabas Collins".
        Rachel moans, "Things were so different just a week ago!
        The children were safe at Collinwood, Trask hadn't found me,
        and I knew nothing about Barnabas' fiancee..."
           At the school, Tim Shaw is alone in a classroom with Jamison.
        He asks Jamison, "Now why did you turn in a blank sheet of paper?
        I know you knew some of the spelling words, and the arithmetic
        problems weren't that hard.  You must have known some of them!"
        Jamison replies, "I don't like it here, and I don't like you!
        I liked being taught by Rachel at Collinwood!"  Trask comes into
        the room, sees Tim and Jamison there, and asks Jamison, "Why are
        you being kept after class?"  Jamison doesn't answer.  Trask 
        warns him, "If you won't tell me, Tim will!"  Tim lies, "We were
        just talking".  Trask sends Jamison away, then says to Tim, "I
        hope you have not been lenient with him.  You must not be lenient
        with children!  Children are like animals, but with one important
        difference: they can be taught - if you are not lenient with them".
        He then tells Tim Shaw about Rachel's disappearance and orders him 
        to go find her.  Tim refuses, "Reverend Trask, I will have nothing
        to do with bringing Rachel back!", but Trask continues, "There is
        a Mr. Barnabas Collins on the estate.  He is a friend of Rachel's
        aned might know where she is.  He knows you are a friend of 
        Rachel's.  If he knows where she is, he might tell you".  Tim
        groans, "Isn't it enough that I've agreeed to marry your daughter?"
        Trask replies, "She chose to love you".  He reminds Tim, "My 
        brother-in-law was murdered!  Would you like to face a jury for
        that murder?"  Tim is silent.  Trask remarks, "Good.  You will
        go to Barnabas Collins and tell him you have some money for
        Rachel.  If he knows where she is, he will then tell you".
        As Trask opens the door to leave the room, he finds Jamison 
        standing outside the door and angrily says, "You were eavesdropping!
        Do you know what we do to eavesdroppers here?"  Jamison denies 
        that he was eavesdropping, saying, "I just came back to the
        classroom to get a pen I left here", but Trask says, "You're
        lying!  You were eavesdropping!".  Tim points out, "Sir, his pen
        IS on the desk".  Trask angrily tells Tim, "Mind your own business 
        and do as I ordered you to do!"  Tim leaves.  Trask tells Jamison,
        "Sit down".  Jamison does so.  Trask continues, "You know what
        I have been doing, Collins?  I have been beseeching the maker for
        help, for help to know how to teach you.  You have never had to
        live by rules, have you?"  Jamison replies, "No".  Trask continues,
        "That is not your fault.  But you will have to begin to learn.
        I am telling you this to help you understand what I am going to
        do".  Jamison, frightened, asks, "What are you going to do?!"
        Trask asks, "Have any of the boys told you about how I punish
        them?"  Jamison replies, "Yes".  Trask continues, "A man needs 
        time to be alone and contemplate.  Do you understand?"  Jamison 
        replies, "I think so".  Trask says, "Good".  He goes to a closet 
        door, opens in and tells Jamison, "This is the closet the boys 
        told you about. Go in.".  Jamison shouts, "No!  I don't want to go
        in there!"  Trask warns him, "There are far worse punishments
        than this!"  Jamison, frightened, replies, "I'll go in there"
        and goes in.  Trask close the door and locks it.  Jamison asks,
        "How long do I have to stay in here?"  Trask replies, "Until
        you learn to follow rules!" and leaves the classroom.  Jamison
        begs for mercy, but Trask is not there to hear him.
           Tim arrives outside the door of the old house and knocks.
        Magda, inside, shouts through the door, "Who is it?"  Tim replies,
        "I'd like to speak to Mr. Barnabas Colllin".  Magda, who will not
        open the door, replies, "He's not here!"  Tim asks, "Do you know
        when he'll be back?"  Magda replies, "He does not tell me where he
        goes or when he will be back.  Come back tomorrow night".  Tim
        asks, "Could he be at Collinwood?  I must speak to him about Rachel
        Drummond!"  At the mention of Rachel's name, Magda quickly opens
        the door and lets Tim in.  She asks, "You know Rachel?"  Tim
        replies, "We taught at school together".  Magda becomes suspicious
        upon hearing this and asks, "Did Trask send you?"  Tim replies,
        "No, I'm a friend of Rachel's".  Magda, not convinced, tells Tim,
        "Mr. Barnabas Collins is no longer a friend of Rachel's.  He does
        not know where she is".  Tim says, "You're not telling the truth!
        There must be more than you're telling me!  You let me into the
        house as soon as I mentioned the name Rachel Drummond..."  He
        spies Rachel's brooch on a table recognizes it, and tells Magda,
        "I know you're lying.  That's Rachel's.  I'll go to the police
        and have you arrested for theft if you don't tell me the truth".
        Magda, frightened, admits to Tim that she knows where Rachel is,
        and explains to him that Rachel gave her the brooch to sell to get
        money to arrange for transportation.  Tim tells Magda, "You don't
        have to sell the brooch.  I came here to help Rachel.  I have $50
        I can give her, but I'll have to go back to the school to get it".
        Magda, not knowing anything about Tim, tells him, "You do that.
        Meanwhile, I'll go talk to Rachel to see whethaer I can trust you".
           In the closet at Trask's school, Jamison thinks to himself,
        "I can't stay in here any longer, I can't!"  He takes a chair
        and tries to break the lock with it, but can't.  He then notices a
        key hanging on the wall in plain sight and thinks to himself,
        "A key!  Why would there be a key in here?  Why didn't anyone
        else find it?  Maybe it's not to this door".  He takes it, puts
        it in the door lock and finds, to his vast surprise, that it does
        open the door.  He walks out, but his freedom is brief.  Trask
        immediately grabs him and says, "Now you are going to learn an
        important lesson, Collins, a lesson in honor!"  Jamison protests,
        "I found that key in there!".  Trask replies, "Of course!  I put
        it in there to test you!  You have failed the test and now I must
        really punish you!" Luckily for Jamison, at that moment, Tim Shaw
        returns and Trask, eager to hear what Tim has learned about Rafhel,
        just tells Jamison, "Go to your room! You punishment will begin
        tonight.  I must meditate to find what form that punishment will
        take".  He walks Jamison to the door.  As Jamison is about to walk
        out, Trask says, "Collins!  You did not say good night!".  Jamison
        obediently says, "Good night, sir", and leaves.
           Trask goes back to Tim and asks, "Well?"  Tim tells Trask,
        "Barnabas and Rachel are no longer friends, and he doesn't know
        where she is".  Trask asks, "Who told you that?  Mr. Collins?"
        Tim replies, "No, the gypsy woman told me".  Trask exclaims,
        "You believed her?!  And you expect me to believe you?  Sit down,
        and tell me what happened.  The truth!"
           Magda goes to the secret room in the mausoleum and tells Rachel
        about Tim and asks, "Do you trust him?"  Rachel replies, "I did,
        but he's changed so much.  I don't know.  But he's offering money.
        That must mean he wants to help me.  Yes.  Tell him.  No one could
        have changed that much, no matter what Trask may have done to him.
        Tell him, Magda!"
           When Tim returns to the old house, Magda takes him to
        the mausoleum and tells him how to get into the secret room,
        "Turn the knob in the lion's mouth".  She gives him the brooch,
        telling him, "Give it to her.  It's hers" and leaves to arrange
           Tim opens the secret door.  Rachel, overjoyed to see him,
        exclaims, "OH!  TIM!", runs out and hugs him.  But then she 
        hears the mausoleum gate open and looks.  It is Trask...  He 
        smiles and says, "Good evening, Miss Drummond!", his voice 
        full of menace...
        Episode 735
        Worldvision Rerun 519
        Tape Date:  April 11, 1969 (ABC #80-DRK-69)
        Air Date:   April 18, 1969 Friday
        Writer:     Sam Hall
        Director:   Dan Curtis

           Trask tells Tim, "Leave us now and go back to the school. 
        I need to be alone with Rachel so I can come to terms with
        her".  Tim reluctantly leaves.  Rachel cries.  Trask tells
        her, "Now, my dear, tears will not move me, only reason will,
        calm reason!"  He starts praying.  Rachel asks, "What are you
        going to do with me?"  Trask explains, "I am asking the Devine
        Being for help, and I think I see my duty now.  Oh, Rachel,
        you have so much fear of me, but I feel only compassion for
        you!"  Rachel says, "Then you will let me go back to Collinwood!"  
        Trask replies, "The children at the school need you.  I have
        always believed you belonged at Worthington Hall".  Rachel 
        refuses to go back.  Trask remarks, "It is useless to try to
        talk to you tonight!  You are not rational!  The devil has you
        in his grasp!  We will go now!"  Rachel asks, "Where?"  Trask
        replies, "You have two choices: Worthington Hall, or the police!"
        He tells her that Tim has told him that she too was involved in
        the murder of his brother-in-law.  Trask asks, "Which will it be,
        Worthington Hall or the police?"
           In her room, Laura lights some candles magically just by
        pointing at them.  She then calls telepathically to Nora, who's
        at Worthington Hall, "Nora, Nora, you must come to me!  I am so
        lonely without you and Jamison!"
           At Worthington School, Nora hears Laura calling her. Following
        the sound of her mother's voice, she exits her bedroom and goes
        downstairs into a room where there is a large fireplace. Laura
        tells her, "Look into the fire and you'll see my face".  Nora
        looks into the fire but says, "I can't see anything".  Laura
        tells her, "You'll have to get closer".  At first, Nora is
        frightened and refuses to get closer to the fire, but Laura
        eventually manages to convince her to do so.  When Nora steps
        closer to the fire, she DOES see her mother's face in it.
        Laura tells her, "Come to me, keep walking into the fire..."
        Nora, now appearing to be in some sort of trance, starts
        to walk into the fire...
           But Tim, who's just walked into the room, sees Nora, grabs
        her and pulls her back.  He shakes her and she comes out of
        the trance.
           At Collinwood, the spell now broken, Laura's candles all
        go out.
           At Worthington Hall, Nora, puzzled, remarks, "I remember coming
        in here, Mr. Shaw, but what was I doing?"  Tim replies, "You must
        have been sleepwalking".  Nora says, "I saw my mommy!", but Tim
        dismisses it as a dream.  They are interrupted by Trask coming into
        the room with Rachel.  Rachel exclaims, "Nora!"  Nora and Rachel,
        overjoyed to see one another, hug.  Trask looks at Tim and remarks,
        "You have something to do, I presume?"  Tim leaves.  Nora asks Rachel,
        "We're going home, aren't we?  My mother sent you here to take us
        back, didn't she?"  Rachel asks to be left alone with Nora.  Trask
        leaves.  Nora again asks, "Didn't my mother send you here?"
        Rachel replies, "In a way".  Nora asks, "What do you mean?  Either
        she did or she didn't".  Rachel lies, "Your mother knew I was
        coming back to the school to teach.  She knew I would take good
        care of you and was very happy.  She wanted me to tell you that".
        Trask comes back into the room and tells Rachel, "All right, you've
        had enough time.  I will take her up to her room now".  Rachel tells 
        Trask, "That won't be necessary.  I'll take Nora up to her room".
        Trask angrily remarks, "I didn't hear you say 'Sir'".  Rachel
        says, "I'll take her up to her room, Sir", but Trask replies, 
        "No, that would be favoritism, and we do not allow favoritism
        here at Worthington Hall!  I'll take her up to her room!" He takes
        Nora.  When he opens the door, he notices Tim standing outside
        and remarks sarcastically to Rachel, "Besides, Tim is here to offer
        you his apologies.  He's full of shame!", then leaves with Nora.
        Tim comes into the room.  Rachel tells him, "Don't ever talk to 
        me again!", but Tim tries to apologize to her betraying her and 
        explains why he did it, "Trask was threatening to accuse us both 
        of the murder.  You could have run, but he would have caught you 
        sooner or later..."
           Trask goes into his office, opens a book with a label on the
        front cover with the handwritten title, "Punishment Book" and
        prepares to write in it when he is interrupted by a knock at the 
        door.  He anwers it.  It is Laura Collins.  Trask asks, "Who are 
        you? "  Laura tells him, "I'm Laura Collins, and I've come for my 
        children Jamison and Nora".  She remarks, "And you are the Reverend 
        Trask, I presume".  She sees the "Punishment Book" lying on the 
        desk, leafs through it, and says, "Yes, you're the Reverend Trask,
        no doubt of that".  Trask replies, "But you could be anyone!  I 
        have no proof of who you are!"  Laura insists she is who she says
        she is, but Trask says, "As far as I know, Mrs. Collins is away.
        My wife was at Collinwood yesterday afternoon, and she made no
        mention of Mrs. Collins coming back".  Laura, exasperated, asks,
        "Will you give me the children, or won't you?"  Trask replies,
        "I will call Collinwood first and ask Mr. Edward Collins or
        Miss Judith Collins to verify your identity".  But when he picks 
        up the telephone receiver, he immediately drops it, exclaiming,
        "It burned me!"  But when he picks it up again, he is surprised to
        find that it is cool.  However, he does not call Collinwood.
        Instead, he tells Laura, "What a ridiculous idea!  Call Edward
        Collins! I have changed my mind.  I will not call Collinwood.  We
        have rules here at Worthington Hall on how things are done! I cannot
        let you take the children".  Laura warns him, "That's not a wise
        decision, not wise at all!", and vows, "My children will not spend
        one more night at this school!" and leaves angrily.
           Rachel is in the classroom. Nora comes in and excitedly
        tells Rachel, "She's coming for us!  My mother is here!"  Rachel
        asks, "How do you know she's here?  Did you see her through the
        window?"  Nora replies, "No, I can felt it!  Find her for me,
        please!"  Rachel doesn't believe her, but to calm Nora down, tells
        her, "I'll go down and check" and leaves.  Nora goes to the fire
        and says, "Mommy, why can't I see your face?  I you've come for
        us, let me see you!"
           Rachel goes to Trask's office and asks, "Has Mrs. Collins been
        here?"  Suspicious, Trask asks, "Mrs. Collins?  Must I tell you
        everyone I've seen?  Why do you want to know if she's been here?"
        Rachel re[lies, "Nora thought she was here".  Trask, not believing
        her, says, "You're lying!  Have you forgotten everything we taught
        you here at Worthington Hall?"  Suddenly, Rachel sees smoke coming
        from under the door and exclaims, "FIRE!! THE CHILDREN!!!"
           In the classroon, Nora is surrounded by flames.  She screams,
        "Mother!  Help me!"
       Episode 736
       Worldvision Rerun 520
       Tape Date:  April 14, 1969 (ABC #81-DRK-69)
       Air Date:   April 21, 1969 Monday
       Writer:     Gordon Russell
       Director:   Dan Curtis

          Nora notices that her mother Laura is standing in one corner
       of the classroom.  Laura tells Nora, "I've come to take you and 
       Jamison with me!  Come to me, Nora!", but Nora, terrified of the 
       flames, says, "I can't!  The flames!  Come to me, mommy!  Mommy!
       Mommy!  Help me!"  Tim comes running into the room.  Covering
       himself with a blanket to protect himself from the flames, he
       goes and rescues Nora and takes both Nora and Laura out.  
          Outside, Tim, Laura and Nora watch the entire school become
       engulfed in flames.  Laura screams, "Jamison!  What about Jamison!"
       Tim tells her, "He's all right.  Miss Drummond and Trask got all the
       children out safely".  
          Magda and Quentin are in the drawing room of Collinwood.  Magda
       tells Quentin, "The urn, it wasn't in her room".  Quentin replies,
       "Then we've got to find out where she keeps it!"  Magda asks, "If
       it's a personal possession of hers, why wouldn't she keep it in 
       her room?"  Quentin replies, "Perhaps it's too valuable for her to
       keep in her room".  Magda complains, "Too valuable?!  You didn't
       tell me it was valuable!"  Quentin tells her, "I wasn't talking
       about monetary value", and asks, "Have you seen where she goes?"
       Magda replies, "She's only been out twice, once to see the children,
       and once to the garden".  Quentin remarks, "She's different from
       the way she used to be".  Magda says, "She seems the same to me".
       Quentin insists, "She's different".  Magda asks, "How?"  Quentin
       replies, "You wouldn't believe me".  Magda asks Quentin about the
       urn, but Quentin refuses to tell her anything about it, saying,
       "I'm paying you to find the urn, not ask questions about it",
       but Magda asks, "What does the urn contain".  Quentin replies,
       "Laura's very life depends on that urn".  Magda tells Quentin,
       "If you intend to hurt her, I won't help!"  Quentin replies, "I
       assure you, I only want the urn.  I won't touch a hair on Laura's
       head.  I give you my word".  Magda remarks, "Your word is not
       always good".  They are interrupted by Tim, Laura and Nora bursting 
       in through the front doors.  Quentin and Madga go out into the
       foyer to see what's wrong.  Laura exclaims, "The school burned
       down!  Trask is staying with the rest of the children in Rockport,
       but I insisted on bringing Nora here".  Tim takes Nora upstairs.
       Laura goes into the drawing room and asks Magda to bring her
       a cup of tea.  Magda exits the drawing room.  Laura notices
       Quentin out in the foyer looking at her, and says, "Would you
       mind closing the door as well, Magda?"  Magda does so.  Quentin
       tells Magda, "I don't want you to let her out of your sight
       tonight, Magda!  She's going to go to the urn!"  Magda asks,
       "How do you know?"  Quentin replies, "I told you, Magda!  Her
       very life depends on that urn!"  
         Inside the drawing room, Laura goes to the fire and appears
       to be starting some sort of ritual, but stops when she hears
       noises at the door.  She goes to the doors, opens them, and
       finds Quentin there, apparently eavesdropping.  She demands to
       know, "What do you want?"  Quentin comes in and replies, "I just 
       wanted to make sure you were all right.  May I offer you a brandy?"
       Laura replies, "No, but I appreciate your concern".  Quentin remarks,
       "So, Trask's little schoolhouse burned to the ground".  Laura 
       replies, "Yes.  It was a terrible sight!".  Quentin remarks, "A
       rather drastic way to get the children out of the school".  Laura
       asks, "What do you mean by that?  Are you accusing ME of starting
       the fire?  That's ridiculous!  The children could have been hurt!"
       Quentin replies, "Perhaps you didn't start the fire, but you must
       admit, fire has played a very large part in your life".  Magda
       returns with a cup of tea for Laura.  Quentin leaves.  Magda 
       recommends to Laura, "You should go to bed and get some rest".
       Laura replies, "I'm all right.  I just feel the need for some fresh 
       air".  Magda asks, "You're going out at this time of night?"  Laura
       replies, "Only for a little while, then I'll retire for the night".
       Tim comes into the room and asks Laura, "May I speak to you for a
       minute?".  Laura turns to Magda and asks, "Magda, would you please
       excuse us?"  Magda leaves.  Laura asks Tim, "What do you want to
       talk to me about, Tim?"  Tim replies, "Something's been puzzling
       me since the fire.  How did you get into that room with Nora?
       There's only one way in there, and I should have seen you go pass 
       the room I was in".  Laura replies, "You must not have noticed me 
       go by in all that smoke and confusion", then says, "I'd like to
       tell the Reverend Trask about your bravery.  When you get back
       to Rockport, you must tell him to call me!  Goodnight!".  Tim
       replies, "Goodnight, Mrs. Collins", and leaves.  
          Laura leaves through the front doors.  Nora, seeing her,
       cries, "MOMMY!", and follows.  Magda, spying from the room under 
       the stairs, sees them both leaving, comes out into the foyer, 
       and watches from the front doors.  Quentin walks into the foyer,
       notices Magda standing at the door, and asks, "What are you
       doing?"  Magda tells him, "Laura left the house a little while
       ago".  Quentin exclaims, "Then why aren't you following her?!"
       Magda replies, "The little girl followed her".  Quentin, not
       seeing what this has to do with anything, exclaims, "I'll go after
       them!", but Magda tells him, "No!  If Laura wants to be alone like
       you said, then she'll send the little girl back, then all we have
       to do is ask her where her mother went, yes?"  Quentin sees her
       point and replies, "Yes!".   
          Laura goes to the gazebo and lifts a decorative sphere from
       its pedestal and takes out the urn, which is hidden in the
       pedestal.  In the process, she loses a bracelet but doesn't
       notices.  Nora arrives and exclaims, "Mommy!".  Laura exclaims,
       "Nora!"  Nora says, "I waited for you in my room, but you didn't
       come.  What are you doing out here?"  Laura replies, "I'm looking
       for something, something I hid here".  Nora, noticing that Laura
       seems to be hiding something behind her back, asks, "Is that what
       you're hiding behind your back?"  Laura replies, "Yes", and shows
       it to her.  Nora remarks, "But that's just an urn.  Why are you 
       hiding it?"  Laura replies, "That's a secret".  Nora says, "I like
       secrets!"  Laura replies, "Tell you what.  You go back to your
       room, and I'll tell you the secret later".  Nora asks, "Later?  Why
       not now?"  Laura replies, "There's something I have to do.  I can't
       explain right now.  I'll tell you about it later.  Remember, don't
       tell anyone about the urn!  It's a secret!".  Nora says, "I'll 
       be waiting for you", and leaves.  Laura opens the urn.  Burning
       inside is a flame.  Laura starts to chant, "Oh, Master, giver of
       life, give me the energy I must have to live..."  
          At the front doors of Collinwood, Magda announces, "The little
       girl's returning!".  Quentin asks, "Is Laura with her?"  Magda
       replies, "No, she's alone".  She tells Quentin, "Go into the
       drawing room and let me handle this".  Quentin goes into the
       drawing room.
          Nora arrives back at Collinwood.  Magda, feigning anger, remarks,
       "Nora!  Your mother will be very upset to find out you've left
       the house!"  Nora replies, "No she won't.  I just saw her".  Magda
       asks, "Where?"  Nora, with childlike innocence, tells Magda exactly
       where Laura is, "In the garden.  She said she wanted to be alone,
       so I came back here...", Laura having told her not to say anything 
       about the urn but not having said anything about not telling anyone
       where she is.  Magda takes Nora upstairs.  
          Magda and Quentin go to the gazebo.  By the time they get
       there, Laura has gone.  Magda asks, "What if it isn't here.
       What if she took it with her?", but Quentin confidently replies,
       "No, she left it here.  All we have to do is find it".  Magda 
       complains, "It's a very big place!  We could be here all night!"
       Quentin asks, "Where did Nora say she saw her mother?"  Magda
       points over to the celestial sphere and replies, "Over there".
       Quentin goes over to the spot and finds Laura's bracelet lying on 
       the ground next to the celestial sphere and picks the bracelet up.
       Magda asks, "What did you find?"  Quentin replies, "I don't know
       yet".  He checks the celestial sphere.   Noticing that it is is loose 
       and firmly attached to the pillar, he lifts the sphere up, finds 
       the urn and takes it out.  Magda asks, "Is that it?"  Quentin replies,
       "Yes".  Magda sneers and remarks, "A worthless piece of junk!"  
       Quentin replies, "No, it's not a worthless piece of junk.  This is
       a very valuable thing I have here, Magda.  It contains a flame, 
       but no ordinary flame.  This flame is capable of granting life.
       But if the flame were snuffed...  I wonder how it will happen.
       Like this..."  He snaps his fingers, "...quickly, or will the
       life slowly drain out of her?  Well, we'll see".  He lifts the lid
       of the urn, picks up a handful of sand, and starts to put the
       flame in the urn out with it, announcing, "Goodbye, Laura".  
          In the drawing room at Collinwood, Laura screams, "NO!!! 

Note: This episode was originally the last episode in Worldvision syndcation
      cycle IV, but was moved to the first in cycle V when missing episode 683
      was located and added to that package.
       Episode 737
       Worldvision Rerun 521
       Tape Date:  April 15, 1969 (ABC #82-DRK-69)
       Air Date:   April 22, 1969 Tuesday
       Writer:     Gordon Russell
       Director:   Dan Curtis

          At Collinwood, Judith, hearing Laura's screams, comes running
       into the drawing room.  She finds Laura there.  Laura appears
       to be very, very sick.  Judith exclaims, "You need a doctor!"
       Laura replies, "I don't need a doctor!"  Judith insists, "But
       you must have medical attention!"  Laura asks, "Can I have something
       hot, some tea?"  Judith replies, "I'll have Beth make you some"
       and leaves.  Right after Judith leaves, Laura exits the drawing 
       room and goes out the front door.  Judith comes back and is surprised 
       to find that Laura is gone.  Quentin comes into the room.  Judith
       asks, "Have you seen Laura?"  Quentin replies, "No".  Judith tells
       him, "Then go out and look for her!  She's ill!  She fainted
       earlier!"  Quentin asks, "If she's so ill, then how did she
       leave?"  Judith asks, "How can you be so callous?"  Quentin replies,
       "Because she's not ill.  I saw her earlier, and she was fine".
       Judith, exasperated, asks, "Are you going to go out and look for
       her or not?"  Quentin replies, "No.  May I ask why you're so 
       conerned about her?  You always hated her".  Judith replies, "Whatever
       her faults may be, she's still a human being.  She did something
       you'd never do.  She ran into a burning building to save a child.
       You'd never do that, coward that you are", then goes to the phone
       and starts calling the doctor.  Quentin mutters to himself, "It's
       too late for a doctor.  What she needs is an undertaker!"
          Laura rushes to the gazebo and lifts the celestial sphere.
       She finds that her urn is no longer in the pedestal.  Dirk
       Wilkins appears.  He asks Laura, "Mrs. Collins, are you ill?"  
       Laura asks, "Who is it?"  Dirk replies, "Dirk Wilkins".  He tells 
       Laura, "I was on my way back to the house and I saw you stumbling 
       around.  You look ill".  Laura asks Dirk to come closer.  He does
       so, takes a closer look at her, and announces, "You are ill!"  
       Laura complains, "I'm so cold, so very cold!"  Dirk tells her,
       "You've got to let me take you back to the house!" Laura grabs 
       Dirk and tells him, "You don't know it yet, but you're a very
       lucky man to have found me!  You're going to help me!"  Dirk
       replies, "Mrs. Collins, I don't know what you're talking about.
       You'd better let me take you back to Collinwood".
          In the drawing room of Collinwood, Judith is talking on the
       telephone, apparently to Trask, "Yes, I can imagine how terrifying
       it must have been.  Thank God all the children are safe!"  After
       she finishes and hangs up, Quentin asks, "I take it the school
       was totally gutted?"  Judith replies, "Yes, it burned to the 
       ground".  Quentin asks, "Does anyone have any idea how the fire
       started?"  They are interrupted by Dirk returning with Laura. 
       Quentin starts to act as if he were concerned about Laura. 
       Judith calls him a hypocrite, but Quentin insists he's just making
       up for his callous behavior earlier and takes Laura up to her room. 
       Judith asks Dirk, "Where did you find her?"  Dirk replies, "I found
       her walking in the garden.  At first I thought she was drunk, but
       then it became clear she was ill".  Judith asks, "What was she
       doing in the garden?"  Dirk replies, "I don't think she knew
       herself.  Mrs. Collins appeared to be delirious when I found her. 
       She was speaking nonsense".  Judith thanks Dirk for bringing
       Laura back.
          Quentin puts Laura into her bed and tells her, "Lie there and
       rest, Laura.  The doctor will be here to take care of you very
       soon.  How are you feeling?"  Laura doesn't answer.  Quentin
       asks, "Too ill to talk?  I'd like you to tell me what's happened
       to you".  Laura angrily replies, "You know very well what's wrong!"
       Quentin, continuing to feign innocence, says, "I beg your pardon?"
       Laura continues, "You're acting too concerned, Quentin, much too
       concerned!  YOU did this to me, Quentin!"  Quentin replies, "Laura,
       I don't know what you're talking about".  Laura exclaims, "You're
       trying to kill me!"  Quentin replies, "That's a very serious
       allegation.  Do you have any proof of that?"  Laura vows, "I'll
       find proof!  I'll make you pay for this!"  Quentin asks, "How?
       You have no energy left.  Poor Laura, I pity you!"  Laura growls,
       "I don't need your pity!"  Quentin replies, "And you won't get
       it!  I remember an incident at the cottage.  I asked for your
       help.  You refused.  You left me there to die.  Now, I do believe
       one bad turn deserves another".  He kisses her, says, "Your
       lips are ice cold!  Goodbye, Laura" and leaves.
          As Dirks is about to go out on his rounds of the estate,
       Judith tells him, "The doctor has examined Laura and has no idea
       what's wrong with her".
          Laura prays to the fire in the fireplace in her room. She
       prays, "Take possession of the young man and save me!"
          When Dirk finishes his rounds and comes back into Collinwood,
       he finds himself strangely drawn to the fire in the drawing
          Upstairs, Laura tells whatever it is she's praying to,
       "He's by the fireplace now, spellbound by your flames!  Take
       possession of him!".   She orders Dirk, "Come to me now! Please
       come to me!"  Downstairs, Dirk starts to speak in Egyptian,
       mentioning "Amon Ra".  Upstairs, Laura responds in Egyptian,
       then says, "Come to me!  I don't want to die!"  Dirk starts up
       the stairs.  
          Dirk goes up into Laura's room.   He finds Laura semi-concious
       by the fireplace and takes her to her bed.  Laura exclaims, "You
       heard my pleas!  You're here!"  Looking very puzzled,  Dirk says,
       "I don't understand...I don't know what I'm doing here...."
       Laura tells him, "Come closer to me!", but Dirk, still puzzled,
       continues, "I don't understand.  I've been saying things in a 
       foreign language, things I don't understand...Laura, I shouldn't
       be here".  Laura asks, "Do you want to leave?"  Dirk replies, 
       "No, I want to stay.  I want to help you, but I don't know why".
       Laura announces, "I'm going to die!".  Dirk vehemently insists,
       "No!  You're not going to die!"  Laura tells him, "You have the
       power to save me!"  Dirk says, "I don't know what you're talking
       about! I have no power!"  Laura says, "Yes you do!  Look deeply
       into your soul!  Hurry, there's not much time!"  Dirk repeats,
       "I don't know what to do!"  Laura repeats, "Look into your soul!
       You will see!", and lapses into unconsciousness.  Dirk suddenly
       says something in Egyptian over Laura.  She regains conciousness
       and says, "See!  Only you have the power!  Only you can save me!"
       Dirk says, "No, it's not possible!"  Laura insists, "It IS possible!
       Look deeply into your soul!  You have the flame of eternal life!
       Use your powers!  I don't want to die!  I don't want to die!"
       Episode 738
       Worldvision Rerun 522
       Tape Date:  April 16, 1969 (ABC #83-DRK-69)
       Air Date:   April 23, 1969 Wednesday
       Writer:     Violet Welles
       Director:   Henry Kaplan

          Laura loses consciousness.  Dirk puts his hands on her and
       says something in Egyptian.  Laura regains consciousness and
       exclaims, "SEE! YOU DO HAVE THE POWER!", and tells him to
          The clock in the foyer reads 3:00.  Quentin, in the foyer,
       hears a knock at the front door and answers it.  It is Charity
       Trask with Jamison.  Quentin exuberantly exclaims, "Jamison!"
       He then notices that Jamison seems agitated and asks, "Hey, what's
       wrong with you?  You're shaking like a leaf!  There's nothing here
       that can hurt you".  Jamison says, "I've got to go see my mother!"
       Quentin replies, "You can't".  Jamison asks, "Why not?"  Quentin
       replies, "Because she's asleep", but Jamison insists, "I've got
       to go see my mother!  I've got to see that she's not like she was
       in my dream!  In my dream, she was dead!".  Charity explains, "He
       woke up screaming and insisted I bring him here".  Quentin tells
       Jamison, "All right, you'll be able to see her - later.  But first,
       go into the kitchen and warm yourself up with a cup of tea". 
       Jamison goes into the door under the stairs.  After Jamison leaves, 
       Quentin tells Charity, "There's something I've got to tell you.
       Sometimes dreams DO tell us things.  The boy's mother is ill,
       very ill".  Charity asks, "Is there anything I can do?"  Quentin
       replies, "I want you to help prepare Jamison for the sad news.  
       I want you to help me show him that there are people here who 
       love him very much".  Charity remarks, "Jamison's a fortunate
       boy to have an uncle who loves him so much".  Quentin replies,
       "No, it's me who's fortunate to have a nephew who loves me so
       much.  You see, I've done all the things you've probably heard
       I've done.  I've committed all the sins you've just read about.
       Jamison is giving me a second chance to be a better person".
       Charity remarks, "You can't be as bad as you say the way you show
       so much concern for Jamison and that poor lady".  Quentin tells
       her, "That poor lady is probably dead by now". But Quentin is quickly
       proven wrong.  Laura, standing on the landing at the top of the
       stairs, announces, "That poor lady is feeling better than ever!"
       and laughs. Quentin is puzzled.  Charity says, "I don't understand!"
       Laura asks, "What don't you understand?"  Charity replies, "Quentin
       said you were very ill".  Laura replies, "There's nothing wrong
       with me!".  Jamison returns from the kitchen and is overjoyed to 
       see his mother.  Laura asks, "What are you doing here?"  Jamison
       replies, "I had a terrible dream, about you, but Quentin told me
       you were all right".  They go into the drawing room to talk.  Quentin
       angrily says to Charity, "Miss Trask!  Why don't you mind your own
       business and let me mind mine?", then quickly apoligizes for shouting
       at her, saying the stress of the situation is causing him to be
       rude, but notices that Charity is staring at Barnabas' portrait. 
       Quentin remarks, "You seem to be staring at that portrait of my
       ancestor.  I said I was sorry".  Charity replies, "For what?",
       and leaves out the front door, apparently having been so engrossed
       with Barnabas' portrait that she hadn't heard a word Quentin said.
          In the drawing room, Jamison asks, "I want you to stay with me
       at Collinwood forever!", but Laura replies, "I'd like to, but
       I can't.  There's someone here at Collinwood who hates me".  Jamison
       tells her, "Someday, I'll be master of Collinwood and I'll be able
       to help you".  Laura replies, "But that won't be for a long time".
       Jamison innocently tells her, "Don't worry. I'll get Quentin to help 
       you", not knowing she's talking about Quentin.  Laura tells him,
       "Go up and get dressed in your nightshirt, then come to my room
       later.  There's a great deal I've got to talk to you about".
          Barnabas is at a desk in the living room of the old house
       writing a letter with an old fashioned dip pen which he dips into
       an inkwell periodically.  There's a knock at the front door. 
       Barnabas answers it.  It's Charity Trask.  She tells him, "I hope
       you don't mind me coming here".  Barnabas replies, "Mind you 
       coming here?  Of course not!".  Charity continues, "I'm so ashamed
       of myself, but I had to come!  There was a fire at the school
       tonight.  No one was hurt, but the building was completely
       destroyed.  My father's life work was totally destroyed.  But I
       don't care.  It gave me an excuse to come here.  You've made me
       see the world as a beautiful place.  Do you have a mirror?"  
       Barnabas asks, "Why?"  Charity replies, "Because in your world,
       perhaps I'm beautiful too".  Barnabas tells her, "You need no
       mirror.  Just look into my eyes".  
          Laura takes Dirk to her room.  Dirk tells her, "I'll do anything
       for you!"  Laura replies, "Then you will ask Ra for the scarab!".
       Dirk asks, "Who's Ra?"  Laura replies, "Our master".  Dirk says,
       "I don't know how to help you".  Laura again tells him, "You will"
       and takes him to the fireplace.  Laura is right.  Dirk once again
       somehow knows what to do, chanting into the fire, "Great God Ra,
       give us the scarab which will help us fight our enemies!".  A scarab
       magically appears.  Dirk says, "Thank you, Great Ra, thank you for
       sending the scarab".  There's a knock at the door.  Laura asks, "Who
       is it?"  A voice replies, "Jamison!".  Laura lets him in.  Jamison
       sees Dirk and remarks to Laura, "I thought you'd be alone".  Laura
       replies, "It's all right.  He was just helping me look for something".
       Jamison turns to Dirk and tells him in a rather stern voice, "You
       may leave now, Dirk!".  Dirk leaves.  Laura, shocked, asks, "How
       could you speak to Dirk that way?!"  Jamison replies, "Father's 
       always telling us how the servants must always be put in their
       proper place".  Jamison again tells Laura, "I'll get Quentin to 
       help you", but this time Laura tells him, "Quentin's the one who's
       trying to hurt me!"  Jamison exclaims, "I can't believe that!",
       but Laura tells him, "The dream you had tonight, that was no dream,
       that was a vision!"  
          At the old house, Barnabas tells Charity, "I'd better take you
       back to Collinwood", but Charity says, "I thought I loved Tim, but
       this is so different!  It's like I had no will of my own!  Barnabas,
       make me happy!".  Barnabas replies, "I will!" and bites her...             
          At Collinwood, Jamison comes down the stairs into the drawing 
       room.  He remarks to Quentin, who's there, "Some day, this house 
       will be mine, and everyone will have to do everything I say, isn't 
       that right, Quentin?"  Quentin replies, "You're absolutely right".
       Jamison continues, "You know what I want YOU to do, Quentin?"
       Quentin asks, "What?"  Jamison replies, "Get out of my sight and
       stay out of my sight!"  Quentin, shocked, asks, "Why?"  Jamison
       replies, "Because I hate you!!"  Quentin says, "Jamison!  You
       don't believe that!  You can't hate me!  You couldn't hate me!".
       Jamison insists, "I do!"  Quentin asks, "At least tell me why".
       Jamison replies, "Because you tried to hurt my mother!"  Quentin
       says, "Did she tell you that?  It's not true!"  Jamison insists,
       "It is!"  Quentin lies, "It isn't. Sometimes when people are sick,
       they say some very strange things, sometimes they accuse people who
       are trying to take care of them of trying to hurt them".  Jamison
       asks, "What do you mean?"  Quentin continues, "You know, like how
       you become angry with someone when they try to get you to go to
       sleep on time or try to give you some bitter medicine".  Laura comes
       down the stairs and tells Jamison to go to bed.  Jamison, still
       not trusting Quentin, protest, "But he might hurt you!".  Laura
       assures him, "I'll be safe", and Jamison goes upstairs.  Quentin
       sarcastically remarks, "What a disgrace, the way you're trying to
       convince him you're a good mother".  Laura retorts, "And you,
       pretending to be a good uncle!".  They get into a heated argument.
       Dirk shows up and comes between them.  He tells Quentin to leave
       Laura alone.  Quentin remarks derisively to Laura, "So, this is
       what you've come down to.  One of the servants!  You surprise me,
       Laura.  You've always pretended to be such a lady" and leaves.  
       There's a knock at the door.  Dirk answers it.  It is Barnabas 
       and Charity.  Dirk lets them into the foyer and, seeing Charity,
       goes upstairs to make a bed ready for her.  Laura comes out into
       the foyer and says to Barnabas, "So, you're Barnabas Collins.
       I'm Laura Collins".  Barnabas seems rather surprised to see Laura,
       so surprised that he doesn't reply.  Laura repeats, "I said, I'm
       Laura Collins".  Seeing the surprised look on his face, Laura 
       asks, "Is something the matter?"  Barnabas replies, "No.  It's 
       just that Edward never told me you were as young and beautiful
       as you are" and kisses her hand.  Laura says, "Edward wouldn't.
       It's nice to see that someone's a gentleman around here.  It's
       very late.  Good night", and goes upstairs.  Barnabas stands there
       with a look of shock on his face.  Charity asks, "Barnabas, what's
       the matter?"  Barnabas replies, "It can't be!"  Charity asks, "What
       can't be?"  Barnabas replies, "That woman!  I saw her, I heard her
       voice, I touched her hand!  But that woman has been dead for over
       a hundred years!"
       Episode 739
       Worldvision Rerun 523
       Tape Date:  April 17, 1969 (ABC #84-DRK-69)
       Air Date:   April 24, 1969 Thursday
       Writer:     Violet Welles
       Director:   Henry Kaplan

          Barnabas takes Charity into the drawing room and closes the doors 
       for privacy.  Charity exclaims, "Dead?!  How could she be?  You must
       be mistaken!"  Barnabas replies, "I'm not mistaken.  I can feel that
       she is much more than she seems.  Help me, Charity, help me find out
       the answer to the question 'Who is Laura Collins'".  Charity tells
       Barnabas, "I'm frightened".  Barnabas assures her, "With me here,
       you never need to be afraid, ever".  Barnabas opens the drawing room 
       doors and finds Angelique standing there.  Barnabas tries to act
       nonchalently, "Oh, there you are, Angelique".  Angelique sees
       Charity and says, "Hello, Charity".  Charity asks, "How did you know
       my name? We've never met", Angelique replies, "I know the names
       of all of Barnabas' friends.  I make a point of that, considering who
       I am".  Charity asks, "Who are you?"  Angelique replies, "I'm his
       fiancee".  Charity, hurt, exclaims, "I feel so ashamed!" and 
       runs off.  Angelique warns Barnabas, "Leave Charity Trask alone!"
       Barnabas remarks, "Odd words from the one who made me what I am!"
       Angelique continues, "Trask can be a deadly enemy.  You should
       satisfy yourself with girls at the docks, girls with no names,
       and above all, no fathers".  Barnabas replies, "I can handle Trask".
       Angelique tells him, "You're purpose here is not to handle Trask!
       You should not involve yourself with the Trasks.  They are not your 
       affair. Your only reason for coming back to the year 1897 is to 
       find out what you can about Quentin to help David Collins. You 
       should stay out of anything not concerned with that.  It is very 
       dangerous to interfere with things in a time not your own".  
          Charity has a nightmare.  In it, she sees Angelique and asks
       her, "What are you doing here?"  Angelique replies, "This is a
       very special day.  It's your wedding day!  I'm here to help you
       get dressed, to help you get ready for HIM!"  She holds up a veil.
       Charity complains, "But it's BLACK!  A wedding veil must not be
       black!"  Angelique replies, "It must be, when you are marrying the
       undead!"  The Reverend Trask appears in the dream.  He asks, "Who
       will give the bride away?"  Angelique cheerfully replies, "I will!".
       The Reverend Trask begins the ceremony, "Ashes to ashes, dust to
       dust,  I hereby consign to the earth from which she came..."
       Charity protests, "That's the wrong ceremony!  I'm being married,
       not buried!"  Trask tells her, "No, you're being buried".  Charity
       insists, "I'm being married!  You know that!  I'm your daughter!"
       Trask replies, "I had a daughter once, but she's dead".  Charity
       exclaims, "I'm not dead!".  Angelique tells her, "You are dead!"
       Charity protests, "I'm not dead!  I'm alive, and I'm marrying HIM!".
       Angelique asks, "Who?  Him?"  Barnabas appears.  He opens his 
       mouth, baring his fangs.  Angelique laughs.  Charity awakens
          Charity Trask is sitting up in bed.  There's a knock at the
       door.  Charity Trask quickly lies back down and pretends to be
       asleep.  The door opens.  Judith comes into the room.  She 
       remarks, "Charity, it's 4:00 in the afternoon!", then goes and
       pulls the drapes open.  Charity shouts, "Don't do that!!"  
       Judith says, "You're awake.  How do you feel?"  Charity replies,
       "The light hurts my eyes, aside from that, I'm all right".  She
       tries to get up out of bed, but finds she can't, collapsing back
       into bed.  Judith asks, "What is it?"  Charity replies, "I'm too
       tired, that's all".  Judith remarks, "No wonder!  You shouldn't 
       have brought Jamison here!  It was too much of a strain after the
       fire at the school!  I think you should stay in bed until your
       father comes!"  Charity asks, "My father is coming?"  Judith
       replies, "Yes".  Judith offers Charity a blanket to cover herself
       with, but Charity, seeing that it is black and looks like the
       veil from her dream, shrinks from it.  Judith is puzzled.
          Gregory Trask comes to Collinwood.  Angelique opens the door
       for him, lets him in, and greets him, "Good Evening, Reverend
       Trask".  Trask asks, "Do you know me?"  Angelique replies, "By
       reputation.  I'm Angelique, Barnabas Collins' fiancee.  I'm honored
       to finally meet the famous Reverend Trask!"  Trask asks, "Are you
       and Barnabas Collins to be married soon?  There will be a wedding
       in my family soon".  Angelique replies, "Yes, I know, your daughter
       and one of the teachers at your school".  Trask remarks, "You seem
       to know much about us".  Angelique replies, "Yes.  And I would
       advise you to have the wedding as quickly as possible".  Trask
       protests, "But the fire at the school means the wedding will
       have to be delayed!"  Angelique remarks, "There are many kinds
       of fire burning here.  I would advise you to watch your daughter.
       Excuse me", and leaves.  Judith comes down into the foyer and 
       takes Trask into the drawing room.  She remarks, "The fire must have 
       been a terrible experience!"  Trask replies, "It was, but I will 
       rebuild!"  Judith tells him, "And I will help!"  Trask asks, "Help?  
       How?"  Judith replies, "I will allow you to use a small house on 
       the property as a temporary school, and I will give you money to 
       build a new one".  Trask exclaims, "That's too generous!", but 
       Judith replies, "Giving money is not too much when you have it to 
       give".  Trask thanks Judith effusively.   
          The clock in the foyer reads 7:10.  At the old house, Barnabas 
       awakens and summons Charity, "I need you, Charity!  Come!  There
       is much to be done!  Hurry, Charity, hurry!"
          At Collinwood, Trask asks for his daughter.  Judith tells him
       Charity is still in bed.  Trask angrily remarks, "Still in bed?!
       She knows how I feel about sloth!", but Judith tells Trask his 
       daughter Charity seems to be sick.  Trask remarks, "That's strange.  
       My wife seems to be sick, too, and seems to be getting sicker".  
       They go up to see Charity.  Outside Charity's room, Judith tells
       Trask, "She seem pale and lethargic, but I'm sure she'll feel
       better when she sees you", but when they open the door and go
       in, they find Charity's bed empty.  
          At the old house, Charity goes down into the cellar and
       finds Barnabas there rummaging through an old trunk.  Barnabas
       asks, "How do you feel?"  Charity replies, "Fine, I was just
       upset to see your fiancee.  But I feel elated now, as if something
       is going to happen".  Barnabas replies, "Something is about to
       happen.  We are on the brink of a discovery.  I had this old trunk
       brought down from the attic.  It belonged to Jeremiah Collins.
       It's over 100 years old.  Some of the contents have crumbled
       away".  He takes out a portrait and continues, "But this has not
       crumbled away.  It is a portrait of Jeremiah Collins' first wife,
       Laura Stockbridge".  He tells Charity, "Look at it, Charity".
       Charity does so.  It looks exactly like Laura Collins.  Charity
       exclaims, "It's her!  It's Laura Collins!"  Barnabas continues,
       "Yes.  When I first saw her, she was wearing a bright orange
       riding habit.  On anyone else, it would have looked garish, but
       it suited her.  I was ten years old.  I thought she was the most
       beautiful woman in the world.  She looked like a flame riding
       towards us.  How ironic she would die by fire later".  Charity
       exclaims, "A woman who dies by fire, yet shows no scars and lives?!"
       and becomes extremently frightened by this, but Barnabas manages to
       calm her down, then tells her, "There is a great deal to be done.
       We must find out whether Laura Collins is the same person as Laura
       Stockbridge, a dead woman".
          In the foyer at Collinwood, Trask fumes, wondering where
       Charity is.  Judith remarks, "She's been under a great deal
       of stress", but Trask says, "That would be the easy thing to
       believe, but I don't believe that!  Each of us has evil in
       us, waiting to be let out.  That's why I am so relentless in
       my persuit of evil.  Angelique said a curious thing to me
       earlier.  She said I should watch my daughter.  Perhaps all
       these years, evil has been lurking inside her!"  Judith
       tells Trask, "Perhaps she just went for a walk".  Trask replies,
       "No, she knew I'd be coming".  Judith tells Trask, "I'll have
       Dirk go look for her".  Trask replies, "There's no need.  There
       she is".   Judith looks and sees that Charity has just come in
       through the front doors.  Trask asks his daughter, "Where have
       been and what have you been doing? You'd better have a good
       explanation!"  Charity starts to say, "I...", but then loses
       conciousness and collapses onto the floor.  Trask sees the
       bite marks on her throat...
       Episode 740
       Worldvision Rerun 524
       Tape Date: April 18, 1969 (ABC #85-DRK-69)
       Air Date:  April 25, 1969 Friday
       Writer:    Sam Hall
       Director:  Henry Kaplan

          It is the next day.  Dusk is about to fall.  Magda is packing
       around nervously in the living room of the old house.  Finally,
       Barnabas arises and comes up from the cellar.  Magda remarks,
       "You took my Sandor from me!  I should let them come and find
       you!".  Barnabas, puzzled, asks, "What are you talking about?"
       Magda replies, "You should have satisfied yourself with those
       girls on the docks!  But Charity Trask!  They have found the
       marks on her neck, YOUR marks!"  Barnabas asks, "Who has found
       them?"  Magda replies, "Her father!"  Barnabas asks, "What did
       they do?"  Magda replies, "They sent for a doctor".  Barnabas
       asks, "And what did the doctor say?"  Magda tells him, "He said
       she was attacked by a wild animal".  Barnabas remarks, "Then
       we have nothing to worry about", but Magda warns him, "They do not
       believe that.  They will question her!".  Barnabas confidently
       assures Magda, "She will say nothing".  Magda says, "But what if
       she does?  They will come here for you!  And we have been helping
       you!"  Barnabas points out, "And you're being paid for it!".
       Magda complains, "Not enough!  You took my Sandor!"  Barnabas 
       promises Magda that they'll be well rewarded for their services.
       Magda again warns Barnabas, "They will come for you".  Barnabas
       replies, "Yes.  We must hurry.  Go to Laura and keep her occupied".
       He shows Magda the portrait of Laura Stockbridge.  Magda asks
       "When did she have that painted?".  Barnabas explains to Magda
       that the portrait is of Laura Stockbridge, who died over a hundred
       years ago.  I used to talk to her in this very room!"  Sandor comes.  
       Barnabas orders Magda to go.  She remarks caustically to Sandor,
       "Your master has something for you to do!", and leaves.  Sandor
       asks Barnabas, "What do you want me to do?"  Barnabas tells him,
       "I want you to go to the cemetary and look for a gravestone
       marked 'Laura Stockbridge Collins, died 1785".  He thinks for a
       bit, then says, "No!  I remember now!  She was buried in a crypt
       near the old meeting house.  Look there!  I must find the truth
       about Laura Collins!  I have the feeling she will obstruct me 
       unless I find out!"
          Edward happens to run into Laura on the stairs at Collinwood
       and angrily asks, "Why are you still here?".  Laura remarks, 
       "Doesn't it take a great deal of energy to keep hating me?  Perhaps 
       it's to keep yourself from feeling something else for me.  Love..."
       Edward vehemently denies this and reminds her, "You agreed to
       a stipulation if I allowed you to live here at Collinwood.  You
       agreed to move into the cottage.  Why are you still here?  I want
       you to move into the cottage immediately!"  There is a knock at
       the front door.  Edward answers it.  It is Magda.  Edward says,
       "Good!  You are to help Mrs. Collins move into the cottage 
       tonight.  There!  That's settled!"    
          Sandor finds a placque in the tomb bearing the inscription
       "Laura Stockbridge Collins who died in 1785".   
          Magda cleans the cottage for Laura as Laura looks on.  Laura
       remarks, "Quentin is going to be hate me being here as much as I
       do!  He's going to have to find another place for his rendezvous".
       She tells Magda, "Magda, I want you to get everything that belongs
       to Quentin, put them in a box, and return them to him.  I don't want
       anything here that reminds me of him!"  She remarks, "I wonder who
       he's romancing now.  That pretty governess?  Beth?"  Magda, gathering
       up Quentin's things as instructed, happens to find a deck of Tarot 
       Cards in a desk drawer.  Laura asks, "Did you teach him to read
       those?  No one but me know how obsessed with the occult he is!"
       Magda next pulls a knitted doll out of the drawer.  Laura remarks,
       "A doll without pins!  How odd!"  Magda remarks, "Perhaps it is of
       you".  Laura replies, "No, he's already done everything to me that
       he can.  Soon, I will return the favor!"  She asks Magda to read
       the Tarot Cards for her, saying, "All I want is a sign that the
       children will come with me!"  Magda asks, "Will Quentin be going
       with you?"  Laura replies, "No, I have other plans for Quentin.
       Read the cards and tell me if I'll be successful!"  Magda deals
       the cards.  The death card is prominent.  Not liking this, Laura
       complains, "You must not have shuffled the cards enough!"  Magda
       shuffles the cards very thoroughly several times and asks rhetoric-
       ally, "Is that enough?", then deals the cards again.  Again,
       the death card is at the center of the array.  Laura says, "Death
       again!  It can't be!", but then thinks about it, smiles and 
       says, "Yes!  A death in this house!  How appropriate that it
       happen here, right here in his sanctuary!  Tell me when this death
       will occur!", obviously thinking that the cards refer to Quentin's 
       death.  Magda deals a few more cards and says, "The death has already 
       occured".  Laura angrily, tells Magda, "That's ridiculous!  You've
       obviously lost your touch, Magda.  You have no second sight left!
       Put away those cards and clean the cottage!"
          Edward goes to the old house to see Barnabas.  He seems
       very nervous.  He tells Barnabas, "I came here to ask a favor
       from you.  Judith has asked Reverend Trask to move his school
       onto the property.  I'd rather she not do this.  I want to keep
       the children as far away from Laura as possible".  Barnabas asks,
       "How much do you know about Laura?"  Edward remarks, "You found 
       her beautiful and charming, I suppose".   Barnabas replies, "Yes,
       but I'm far too old to be affected by first impressions".  Edward
       tells Barnabas the truth about Laura, "Laura ran off with Quentin".
       Barnabas remarks, "Quentin can be very charming".  Edward replies,
       "Only if you don't look too much beneath the surface".  Barnabas
       again asks, "What do you know about Laura's past?"  Edward replies,
       "Not much.  She never liked to talk about her family".  Barnabas,
       surprised, asks, "Surely you must at least know where she was born!"
       Edward replies, "She says she was born in New York and attended a
       certain eastern college".  Noting the expression on Edward's face,
       Barnabas remarks, "But you don't believe her".  Edward replies,
       "No. She had also mentioned that she had an aunt who lived somewhere
       in the midwest.  After Laura had run off with Quentin, for reasons of
       my own, I had wanted to contact this aunt.  I thought perhaps the
       college Laura had said she had attended might have this aunt's address
       among Laura's records, but when I called them, they said they had no
       record of a Laura Murdoch having ever attended there".  He asks for
       Barnabas' help in persuading Judith not to let Trask use Collins
       property as his school, saying, "She respects you.  Tell her
       you don't think it would be a good idea to have the school here".
       Barnabas promises to try.  Sandor returns, looking very excited.
       Barnabas tells him, "I'll see you later".  Edward tells Barnabas,
       "I dreaded coming here.  I thought it would all be so embarrassing,
       but it hasn't.  Thank you, Barnabas", and leaves.  Sandor tells
       Barnabas, "I've found it!", and is anxious to take him there, but
       Barnabas picks up the portrait of Laura Stockbridge and says,
       "That can wait.  I must pay a visit to an old friend first!"
          Barnabas goes to the cottage and gives Laura Collins a
       portrait wrapped in a light-blue cloth (as all portraits
       on DS seem to be!).  He tells Laura,  "I heard you'd be here,
       so I brought you a gift", and gives her the covered portrait.
       Laura exclaims, "A painting!  These walls could certainly use
       some decorating!"  Barnabas continues, "I found it at the old house.
       I'm sure you'll find it interesting".  Laura opens it and is 
       surprised to find what looks like a portrait of herself.  She
       exclaims, "Magda!  Look at this!  I could have sat for it myself!"  
       Barnabas remarks, "Yes, but it's over 100 years old.  I found it in
       an old trunk".  He adds, "You must have had a relative living here
       at Collinwood at that time".  Laura tries to pretend that she thinks
       it doesn't look that much like her, "The more I look at it, the
       less I think it looks like me.  Look at that chin.  My chin isn't
       that pointed".  But Madga disagrees, "It looks just like you to me".
       Laura tries to dismiss the whole thing by joking, "Next, you'll
       be saying she and I are the same person!"  Barnabas leaves. 
          Barnabas and Sandor are in a crypt, opening Laura Stockbridge's 
       tomb.  The crypt is filled with the sound of Sandor's hammering.
          At the cottage, Laura can psychically hear the hammering
       sound, but doesn't know what's causing it and thinks it's
       Magda hammering something.  But Magda comes out of the 
       bedroom and tells her, "It's ready".  Laura asks, "What are
       you doing in there?" Magda replies, "Just making the bed".
       Laura asks, "What's causing that hammering sound, then?"
       Magda replies, "I hear no hammering sound".  Laura says,
       "You must!  It's quite loud.  It sounds like a hammer chipping
       stone".  Laura listens intently to the sound for a little while, 
       gets a horrified look on her face and screams, "Oh no!".  Magda
       asks, "What's the matter?", but Laura just screams, "Leave me 
       alone!", and runs out the door.
          Barnabas and Sandor finally get Laura Stockbridge's coffin out 
       of the wall.  They start to open it...
       Episode 741
       Worldvision Rerun 525
       Tape Date: April 21, 1969 (ABC #86-DRK-69)
       Air Date:  April 28, 1969 Monday
       Writer:    Sam Hall
       Director:  Henry Kaplan

          At the cottage, Quentin comes and asks Magda where Laura
       is, "Where is the mysterious Laura, Magda?  Is she with Dirk?"
       Magda replies, "No".  Quentin remarks, "I wonder what would
       make her leave the night she moved in.  When did she leave?"
       Magda tells him, "About half an hour ago.  She just ran out
          Barnabas and Sandor open the coffin. It is empty.  Laura,
       who has arrived, is spying on them from around the corner.
       Barnabas feels her presence and says to Sandor, "Be quiet! 
       Someone's here!"  Hearing this, Laura flees. Barnabas tells
       Sandor, "I don't feel her presence anymore".  Sandor tries
       to offer some plausible explanations for the empty coffin,
       suggesting graverobbing.  But Barnabas replies, "No, the
       reason it's empty is that the woman who was buried here is
       now at Collinwood".  Sandor protests, "But Laura Collins is
       no ghost!  I've seen ghosts.  They don't breathe, they don't
       eat!"  Barnabas reminds him, "But I've already told you this
       woman lived when I was a boy!".  Sandor suggests, "Perhaps
       this woman is her descendent", but Barnabas tells him, "Laura
       Stockbridge Collins never had any children".  Barnabas pauses
       for a moment, then remarks, "Strange.  I don't remember how she
       died".  He looks through some crypt records and finds the entry,
       "Laura Stockbridge Collins, died January 25, 1785. Cause of death,
       fire".  He wonders, "Fire!  How could I have forgotten THAT?",
       then wonders aloud, "How can I discover the truth?  I know!
       Quentin can tell me!  He can tell me what happened when they
       went away together!"  Sandor asks, "You mean to Alexandria?"
       Barnabas asks, "How do you know they went to Alexandria?"
       Sandor explains, "Jamison once asked me if I had ever been to 
       Alexandria.  He said his uncle Quentin had been there".  
          Laura returns to the cottage.  Magda asks, "Anything you want
       me to do before I leave?"  Laura replies, "Get that portrait and
       put it in the fire!"  Magda says, "If you don't want it, I will 
       bring it to the old house.  It might be valuable", but Laura
       insists, "No!  Burn it!"  Magda asks, "What if Barnabas asks
       about it?"  Laura replies, "If he does, I'll just say I misplaced
       it.  Understand?"  Magda replies, "No, I do not", but Laura
       orders her, "Burn it!". Magda does as instructed, and Laura seems 
       to feel energized and exhilarated as it burns, saying over and
       over again, "It's been so long!  It's been so long!"
          Barnabas returns to Collinwood.  The clock in the foyer shows
       5:30 AM (!!).  Barnabas sees a cabled message on the foyer table
       and notices that it addressed to Quentin.  He sees where it is
       from and exclaims, "Alexandria!"  Quentin comes walking into the
       drawing room.  Barnabas asks, "What do you know about Laura Collins?
       What did you two do in Alexandria?"  Quentin denies ever having been
       in Alexandria. Barnabas shows him the cable and says, "Here is a
       cable for you from Alexandria.  Perhaps it will refresh your memory".
       Quentin looks at the cable, remains silent for a long time, then
       finally explains, "Well, you know, two and two do not always add
       up to four.  This is from an old friend.  He's rich enough to
       devote his life to travel.  Right now, he's in Egypt".  Barnabas
       remarks, "What a coincidence", in a tone of voice that indicates
       he doesn't believe this explanation.  Quentin asks, "Why are you
       so interested in Laura Collins anyway?"  Barnabas replies, "I'm
       interested in everyone I know".  The clock strikes.  Irritated by 
       Barnabas' prying, Quentin decides turns the tables on him and asks
       Barnabas about HIS mysterious life, "What if I decided to find out
       everything about YOU?  I don't know anything about you.  I don't
       even know what business you're in".  Barnabas replies, "I am in 
       investment".  Quentin asks, "Is that why go to Bangor every day?".  
       Barnabas replies, "Yes.  I have some investments there".  Quentin 
       asks, "Are you going there today?  It just so happens that I have 
       to go to Bangor today.  Why don't we ride up together?" Barnabas 
       replies, "I don't have to go today".  Quentin asks, "Let's have
       have breakfast together, then.  Cook will prepare us a marvelous
       breakfast".  Barnabas replies, "I never eat breakfast".  Quentin,
       not to be denied, asks, "If you're not going to Bangor today,
       let's have lunch, then.  You do eat lunch, don't you?"  Dawn 
       rapidly approaching, Barnabas starts to get agitated. Quentin,
       noticing this, asks, "What's the matter? Why are you so anxious
       to leave?"                                           
          Magda and Sandor arrive outside the doors of Collinwood.
       Magda complains to Sandor, "You worry more about him that you do
       about me!".  Sandor says, "It's almost dawn!  He should have been
       back by now!  Something must have happened, I know it!"  They go 
       inside and find Quentin delaying Barnabas.  Sandor tells Barnabas, 
       "A messenger has just arrived at the old house with an urgent message 
       for you.  You must return to the old house immediately".  Barnabas 
       takes Magda aside and tells her, "Keep Quentin occupied and make 
       sure he does not follow".  Barnabas and Quentin leave while Magda 
       talks with Quentin.  Inside the drawing room, Magda tells Quentin,
       "Laura has returned to the cottage".  Quentin remarks, "You're
       playing us off one another, aren't you?  You're just like me,
       but you play for pennies.  I play for the whole thing".  He opens
       the cable, reads it, and exclaims, "I knew it!  I knew I was right!
       I knew it!".  Magda asks, "What are you talking about?", but Quentin,
       too excited to answer, just keeps talking to himself, "I knew it!
       But what am I going to do about it now?"  Magda again asks, "What
       is it, Quentin?"  Quentin lies, "Nothing, nothing", then asks
       Magda, "Has Laura changed from the way she was when she was here
       before?"  Magda replies, "She still likes to order me around".
       Quentin asks, "But has she changed?"  Magda replies, "She's more
       anxious about the children.  She never cared about them before".
       Quentin says, "You've got to be honest with me, Magda.  Does 
       Laura have any powers?"  Magda replies, "She possesses a certain
       sensitivity, but she has no powers".  Quentin asks, "Are you
       positive?"  Magda replies, "Yes.  She asked me to read the cards
       for her.  She would not have asked me to do that if she has any
       powers.  She has no powers.  Don't worry, Quentin.  You are safe.
       You can safely do whatever you are planning to do".  
          Quentin goes to the cottage.  He finds Laura sitting by the
       fire and remarks, "My, what a pretty picture".  Laura complains,
       "It's very late, Quentin".  Quentin replies, "We've been here
       much later before", and asks, "Laura, why have you come back here?"
       Laura replies, "I came back for the children.  I need the children,
       Quentin".  Quentin asks, "What would you take in their place?
       Money?"  Laura laughs, knowing Quentin has no money.  Quentin,
       irritated, says, "I'm serious!  I'll steal the money if I have
       to!", but Laura tells him, "All I want is the children.  Is that
       so very difficult for you to accept?"  Quentin asks, "Why do you
       want them?"  Laura replies, "I know what would happen to them
       if they stayed here.  Jamison's the heir.  You'd ruin him, you'd
       do anything to get his money".  Quentin remarks, "At least he'd
       be alive if he stayed here".  Laura, looking very irritated,
       says, "You're not starting that again, are you, Quentin?", and mocks
       him, 'Laura Collins died in a fire...'"  Quentin replies, "I have
       proof this time!  I have this paper from Alexandria.  It's a
       cable from the police there".  He reads it aloud, "In reply to
       your inquiry of April 27.  Police records confirm that Laura
       Murdoch Collins died by fire on March 7, 1896.  Death certificate
       Episode 742
       Worldvision Rerun 526
       Tape Date: April 22, 1969 (ABC #87-DRK-69)
       Air Date:  April 29, 1969 Tuesday
       Writer:    Gordon Russell
       Director:  Henry Kaplan

       Nancy Barrett:
          "The influence and the effects of supernatural forces have been felt 
           by all who live in and near the great house of Collinwood.  Two men, 
           Quentin Collins and Barnabas Collins, have been trying to solve the 
           mysterious past of a woman recently returned to the estate.  
           Each man knows there is a connection between Laura Collins and a 
           frightening supernatural power."

          Quentin tells Laura, "So you see, I know!  I know all about you
       and I have the proof right here!"  Laura asks, "Proof of what?"
       Quentin replies, "Proof that you're dead!".  Laura laughs and
       says, "I'm seeing a side of you I've never seen before!  This
       sheer persistance, just to prove..."  She pauses, then says,
       "just how stupid you are!  Go ahead!  Show your cable to anyone
       you want!"  Quentin insists, "It's proof that what I said happened
       in Alexandria happened!"  Laura retorts, "I'm all the proof I
       need to show anyone that I'm obviously alive!  Now please leave!"
       Quentin vows, "I'll find out the truth if it's the last thing
       I do!".  Dirk Wilkins comes in and warns Quentin to stop harassing 
       Laura.  Quentin leaves, mockingly referring to Dirk as, "Laura's 
       lov... I mean servant".  Dirk asks, "He was threatening you,
       wasn't he?"  Laura replies, "His threats are all hollow".  Dirk
       insists, "He's a dangerous man.  What if I hadn't come".  Laura
       tells Dirk, "You're here because I sent for you".  Dirk remarks,
       "I like being here.  I've never felt this way before.  I want
       to stay here with you".  Laura replies, "But you have your duties
       to perform at Collinwood.  We'll see each other tonight".
          Charity Trask is in the foyer at Collinwood, ready to go into 
       town.  Dirk comes into the foyer and tells her, "I have the
       carriage down by the gate".  Charity thanks him, "It's very kind
       of you to give me a ride into town".
          At the Old House, Barnabas awakens and summons Charity, "Charity!
       Charity!  you will hear my voice, you will leave Collinwood now
       and you will come to me!  Now, Charity, I need you now!"
          At Collinwood, Charity and Dirk are outside the front door.
       Charity hears Barnabas calling her, "Come to me, Charity, come
       to me!".  Dirk, noticing that Charity seems to be acting strangely,
       asks, "Miss Trask, are you all right?"  Charity replies, "Yes".
       Dirk tells her, "We'd better get going, then", but Charity replies,
       "No, I forgot a book I wanted to bring with me.  Could you get it
       for me?  It's inside, on the table near the stairs". Dirk goes
       back inside to do as instructed.  Finding no book there,  he
       goes back outside and starts to say, "Miss Trask, there's no book
       there...", but finds that Charity is gone...
          Charity arrives at the old house.  Barnabas welcomes her,
       "Come in, my dear", but Charity tells him, "No, I musn't be here
       tonight".  Barnabas orders, "Come in, Charity!"  Charity comes
       in as instructed, but explains, "My father is waiting for me in 
       town.  He'll be expecting me".  Barnabas tells her, "I need you
       more than he does tonight.  There's something I need your help
       with".  Charity begs, "Please let me go!  I don't want to be
       here tonight!  I want to go into town!", but Barnabas replies, 
       "You must stay", and bites her.
          Barnabas asks Charity, "What would you like to do now, Charity?"
       Charity replies, "Stay here with you, Barnabas".  Barnabas remarks,
       "Good".  Charity asks, "What is it you want me to do?"  Barnabas
       asks, "Do you believe in spirits?"  Charity replies, "Father says
       there are evil spirits that influence people".  Barnabas remarks,
       "For once, your father and I agree on something", then asks, 
       "Remember the portrait I showed you the other night of Laura
       Stockbridge Collins?  We opened her grave. She's not there.
       Somewhere, Laura Stockbridge Collins is at large, and tonight,
       I'm going to try to contact her".  Charity asks, "Why do you need
       me?"  Barnabas replies, "I have a plan to solve the mystery of the
       Laura Collins at Collinwood.  I need you as a witness".  Charity
       asks, "What are you planning?"  Barnabas replies, "I need to get
       something from Collinwood first.  You will wait for me here" and 
          In Quentin's room at Collinwood, Quentin and Beth are making
       out.  Beth tells Quentin, "I'd better go.  I've been here too
       long.  There might be questions if I'm away too long".  Quentin
       asks, "And if there are?  Why don't you just tell them we're
       in love?"  Beth replies, "It can be nothing more than a very 
       superficial love as long as you're still married to Jenny".  
       Quentin protests, "But Jenny's mad".  Beth replies, "But you're
       still married to her".  Quentin promises, "I'll have the marriage
       annulled".  Beth asks, "Is that possible?"  Quentin replies, "With
       Collins money, everything's possible.  But we must approach Judith
       at just the right time.  Let's let her see us together.  Let her
       suspect.  Then when her suspicions are confirmed, she'll feel a
       great sense of triumph.  She's always easier to deal with then".
       They leave.  Unknown to them, Barnabas, in the form of a bat, has 
       been fluttering outside the window watching them.  As soon as 
       Beth and Quentin leave,  Barnabas materializes in the room.
          Beth and Quentin have been wandering around the house trying
       to "accidently" run into Judith, but have not been able to find
       her.  In the foyer, Quentin complains, "When you're trying to
       attract Judith's suspicion, you can't", then tells Beth, "I'm
       going out for a walk", and leaves.  They have, however, managed
       to catch someone else's attention.  Beth notices that Dirk has
       been watching.  She asks, "Is it time for another of your lectures
       on how I shouldn't be seeing Quentin?"  Dirk replies, "No.  It's
       your life.  You can throw it away any way you choose".
          Beth goes back up to Quentin's room and catches Barnabas there
       looking through a book.  She asks, "Mr. Collins!  What are you doing
       in here?"  Barnabas lies, "I came to see Cousin Quentin".  Beth
       tells him, "He's not in the house at the moment".  Barnabas tells
       Beth, "I was fascinated by this old and rare volume.  I'd like
       to borrow it.  I'm sure Quentin won't mind.  I'll leave a note,
       of course".  Beth replies, "That won't be neccessary.  I'll tell
       Quentin ALL ABOUT your visit".
          When Quentin returns, Beth tells him about Barnabas' visit.
       He asks her, "Do you know what book he took?"  Beth replies,
       "No, I only saw one word of the title - 'Dead'".  Quentin asks,
       "Was Barnabas by the bookcase or by my desk?"  Beth answers,
       "The desk".  Quentin mutters, "The Egyptian Book of the Dead.
       I wonder why he would want that".  He turns to leave.  Beth asks,
       "Where are you going?"  Quentin replies, "To the old house to
       visit Cousin Barnabas!"
          At the old house, Barnabas locks the doors, explaining to
       Charity, "Quentin might come, and I don't want to be disturbed
       by him".  He then shows her the book he took from Quentin's room
       and tells her, "I had to go to Collinwood to get this from Quentin's
       room.  It's the Egyptian Book of the Dead.  I believe there's a
       curious connection between Quentin, Laura and the Egyptian occult".
       Charity asks, "Why?"  Barnabas explains, "Just before Laura
       returned, one of the children had drawn a picture of a pyramid
       with Egyptian writing below it which she claimed said her mother
       would be coming back.  Quentin and Laura have spent a lot of time
       in Egypt.  And Quentin had this book in his room.  These are
       suspicious coincidences, and I intend to find out the truth".
       Charity asks, "What are you going to do?"  Barnabas replies, "I'm
       going to perform one of the rituals from the book".  Charity tells
       him, "I'm frightened!", but Barnabas assures her, "You needn't be.
       If anyone's in danger, I am.  Now, just sit in the setee and watch
       the ceremony".  Putting all the candles in the room out but one,
       Barnabas starts to perform a ritual from the book, "Amon Ra!
       Prince of light and radience!  Creator of all that was created
       when the Earth came into being!  I summon she who worships thee!..."
          At the cottage, Dirk is with Laura.  Laura suddenly starts to
       act strangely.  Dirk asks, "What's the matter?"  Laura replies,
       "I don't know.  I suddenly feel as if my strength were ebbing
          At the old house, Barnabas continues the ceremony, "Let the
       way be open to her!  Let the corridors of time and space be 
       open to her!..."        
          At the cottage, Dirk, looking very worried, asks, "Laura, tell
       me what's happening!"  Laura replies, "I need the scarab!  I can't
       move!  Get me the scarab!"  Dirk asks, "Where is it?"  Laura replies,
       "Over there, in that drawer".  Dirk goes to an end table, opens
       a drawer and starts to look for the scarab.  As he is searching
       for it, he remarks, "I know it's Quentin who's doing this to you!
       You're not going to be safe until Quentin's dead!"  Finally,
       he finds the scarab.  But as he turns around and says, "Here it
       is, Laura", he is shocked to see Laura vanish into thin air.
          At the old house, Barnabas drones on, "Let the way be open
       to her, Amon Ra!"  Laura magically materializes in front of
       him, complaining, "You have disturbed me!"  Barnabas asks, "Who 
       are you?"  Laura replies, "Laura Stockbridge Collins".  Barnabas 
       asks, "Are you the same Laura Collins who is here now?", but 
       Laura just replies, "I am Laura Stockbridge Collins".  Barnabas
       asks, "What have you returned to Collinwood?"  Laura replies,
       "I want my children.  The children will be mine!".  Charity panics, 
       runs to the front door, unlocks and opens it, and runs from the 
       house.  Barnabas asks the apparition, "Tell me why you must have
       the children!", but before she can answer, Quentin comes running 
       into the house, sees a ghostly Laura standing there, and screams, 
       "OH MY GOD!!!"  Laura screams and vanishes.
       Episode 743
       Worldvision Rerun 527
       Tape Date: April 23, 1969 (ABC #88-DRK-69)
       Air Date:  April 30, 1969 Wednesday
       Writer:    Gordon Russell
       Director:  Lela Swift
       Roger Davis:
	    "The year is 1897.  Intrigue and suspicion pervade the great house 
           of Collinwood.  Mysteries have begun here in the past which will 
           affect the lives of all who live in the present.  Terror appears 
           with the sudden return of Laura Collins.  The motive behind her 
           return and the dark secrets of her past represent a threat to the 
           entire Collins family.  On this night, Barnabas Collins makes a 
           secret effort to expose her--and finds he has a dangerous witness."

          Quentin exclaims, "That was Laura Collins!!!"  Barnabas tells
       Quentin, "You shouldn't have come here!  I would suggest you leave".
       Quentin protests, "But you started the evening by stealing a book
       from my room!".  Barnabas replies, "I borrowed the book!".  Quentin
       says, "All right, then.  So you borrowed the book.  It's your
       subsequent activities that interest me.  Can I light some candles?
       We don't need to be in the dark, do we?"  Barnabas replies that the
       don't, and Quentin lights some candles.  As he is doing so, he remarks
       to Barnabas, "You're a very interesting man.  Young woman all seem
       attracted to you.  First, it was Rachel Drummond, now Charity Trask".
       Barnabas lies, "Charity Trask and I are just good friends".  Quentin
       asks, "Do you often send your friends running off screaming with
       occult ceremonies?  I think Edward and Judith would be very interested
       to know that you've been practicing Black Magic!". Barnabas calmly
       replies, "Go ahead.  Tell them both.  I would simply deny everything".
       He points out, "You're repuation being what it is, they would believe
       me and not you".  Quentin, looking defeated, says, "All right.  Just
       give me back my book".  Barnabas tells Quentin, "We should be allies
       and not enemies.  I know there is something strange about Laura
       Collins".  Quentin asks, "Why are you so interested in Laura Collin?
       What were you doing when I came in here?"  Barnabas replies, "First,
       you will answer my question.  Why did you lie to me?  You said you
       had never been to Alexandria, but I know you and Laura spent some
       time together there.  Something happened there that made you and
       Laura permanent enemies.  What?  Why don't you want to tell me?"
       "It's not that I didn't want you to know we were in Alexandria, 
       I was afraid you wouldn't believe what happened there.  Laura 
       Collins was consumed by fire in Alexandria.  She's dead.  The
       cable I received confirms it.  You think me mad, don't you?"  
       Quentin is surprised to find that Barnabas believes him.  Barnabas
       explains, "When you came in here, you saw an apparition you took to
       be Laura Collins.  But did you notice she was dressed in 18th 
       century clothes?  A few days ago, I found a portrait of a woman 
       woman named Laura Stockbridge who looked just like Laura Collins.
       I thought it was too much to be a coincidence.  So I borrowed your
       Egyptian Book of the Dead to perform a ceremony to see if she
       were the same woman".  Quentin asks, "And what did you find out?"
       Barnabas replies, "You came in and interrupted the ceremony before
       I could find out.  But she did say she came for the children".
       Quentin exclaims, "That's exactly what Laura told me!"  He asks,
       "Tell me, why are you so interested in Laura Collins?"  Barnabas
       replies, "Let's just say I'm interested in the future of the Collins
       Family".  He tells Quentin, "Now, we must go to the cottage!  If
       Laura is the same woman as Laura Stockbridge, the ceremony will
       have had a great effect on her.  It would have been a great shock
       on her.  She'd still be ill".  They leave the old house.
          Laura reappears at the cottage and is indeed sick, falling
       to the ground unconcious as soon as she "solidfies", but when
       Dirk embraces her, his healing powers once again heal her.
       Laura still appearing shaken, says, "He summoned me!  A strange
       dark ceremony!  There were questions asked about my past, about
       the children!  Someone is trying to destroy me!".  Dirk exclaims,
       "Quentin!  I knew he'd try to do someting to you!", but Laura
       replies, "No, someone at the old house".  Dirk asks, "The gypsies?"
       Laura replies, "No, it's Barnabas Collins".  Dirk, puzzled, asks,
       "Barnabas Collins?  Why would he want to help Quentin?  They hate
       one another".  Laura tells him, "They're both against me!".
       Dirk remarks, "Then we must destroy them both".  He remarks,
       "But Quentin seems to live a charmed life.  Jenny put a knife
       in his chest a little before you came back.  It should have
       killed him, but somehow he survived".  Laura, who had been told
       by Judith that Jenny had left, exclaims, "Jenny's still at
       Collinwood?!  Tell me more!  Why did Judith lie to me that Jenny
       had left?" Dirk explains, "Because Jenny went insane after Quentin
       left.  She's being kept in a cell in the cellar.  Hardly anyone
       knows about her".  Laura says, "So that's why Judith got so touchy
       when I brought up the subject!"  Dirk remarks, "I don't see why
       you're so concerned about Jenny when it's Quentin you should be
       worried about".  Laura replies,  "We won't have to do anything
       about Quentin.  We can just let Jenny take care of him!"  Dirk
       points out, "But Jenny thinks Quentin's dead".  Laura replies,
       "I'll take care of that".  They are interrupted by a knock at the
       door. Laura exclaims, "It must be Barnabas and Quentin!  I've been
       expecting them!  They must be very interested in the state of my
       health tonight".  She answers the door.  As she had predicted, it's
       Barnabas and Quentin.  Quentin asks, "Are we bothering you?"  Laura
       replies, "No, I just had Dirk over here to help me re-arrange the
       furniture".  Quentin asks, "You two have been here all night?"  Laura
       replies, "All night".  Quentin points out, "But the furniture seems
       the same as it's always been". Laura explains, "Oh, we've spent most
       of the time chatting".  Quentin remarks, "Living here seems to suit
       you.  You seem to be in a chipper mood".  Laura replies, "I've been
       like that all night".  Barnabas and Quentin are disappointed to find
       that Laura seems so well.  Laura asks, "And what brings you two here
       tonight?" To explain their visit, Barnabas lies to Laura, "Quentin
       wanted to see that portrait I brought you".  Laura in turn lies,
       "You can't see it right now.  It's in town being reframed", then
       asks, "Would you two like to stay for a drink?"  Barnabas replies,
       "No, it's getting late, and I promised Quentin I'd show some rare
       photographs I have".  Barnabas and Quentin leave.  Laura remarks,
       "Good!  They're going to the old house.  Jenny will want to know
       that".  Dirk asks, "What are you going to do now?"  Laura replies,
       "Prepare Jenny for what she must do".
          Jenny is in her cell talking to her dolls, "You must be brave!
       Don't cry!  We'll be going to the funeral soon.  You must be
       respectful of the dead!"  Dirk comes in and asks, "Jenny, what's
       wrong?"  Jenny asks, "Don't you know they'll be burying Quentin 
       today?  I've got to get the children ready for the funeral!"
          Barnabas and Quentin return to the old house.  Quentin remarks,
       "She could have been telling the truth.  Maybe she was at the
       cottage all night", but Barnabas disagrees, "No.  Perhaps you were
       wondering about her exuberance.  It's probably because we couldn't
       prove she hadn't been at the cottage all night.  We must try again!
       You're well versed in the way of raising spirits.  We must do 
       something about her before she does something about us!".
          In the cell, Jenny asks Dirk, "Is the carriage ready?"  Dirk
       asks, "Carriage?"  Jenny replies, "To take us to the funeral!
       Have you forgotten already?!  I don't want to be left behind!"
       Dirk assures her, "Don't worry, Jenny.  You won't be".  Dirk
       checks his watch nervously.  Jenny asks, "Why do you keep looking
       at your watch?"  Dirk lies, "No reason", then tells Jenny, "Look,
       Jenny, why don't you have a nice meal while I go check on the
       carriage?" and leaves. 
          Laura, at the cottage starts to cast a spell to contact Jenny 
       telepathically, "Let my voice be carried by the flames, picked
       up by the wind, and tranmitted to one who is confined at Collinwood!
       Jenny, you will hear my voice!"  
          Meanwhile, Jenny is in her cell spooning some soup up from
       a bowl.  Suddenly, she hears Laura's voice calling, "Jenny!  Jenny!"
       Jenny at first is puzzled at hearing a voice but not seeing
       any speaker, asks, "Who is it?  Who's calling me?"  Laura asks,
       "Don't you recognize my voice?"  Jenny exclaims, "Laura!"  Laura
       says, "Yes, Laura".  Jenny shouts, "Where are you?  Let me see you!"
       Laura asks, "You seem angry.  Why?"  Jenny exclaims, "You took
       Quentin away from me!"  Laura replies, "Because he didn't love you,
       Jenny.  He loved me!"  Jenny, really angry now, shouts, "Don't
       say that!"  Laura asks, "Why not?  It's true!"  Jenny asks, "I
       know why you're here!  You want to take him away from me again,
       don't you?  But you can't!  You want me to tell you why?  Because
       he's dead!  Dead!"  Laura replies, "No, Jenny, he's not dead!
       He's hiding!"  Jenny shouts, "No!  He's not hiding!  He's dead!
       I know he's dead!  I killed him!"  Laura continues, "No, Jenny.
       He's alive!  He's alive!  He's at the old house!  Barnabas 
       Collins is protecting him!  Go see for yourself!"  The door to
       the cell opens.  Laura continues, "Go, Jenny!  The old house!
       The old house!  Barnabas Collins is hiding Quentin there!  Kill
       Quentin!  Kill him!"  Jenny exits the cell and goes up the stairs.
       Dirk, who has opened the cell door, sees her.   

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