Dark Shadows
May 1967

           Episode 220
           Worldvision Rerun 11
           Tape Date:  April 25, 1967 (ABC #86-DRK-67)
           Air Date:   May 1, 1967 Monday
           Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
           Director:   Lela Swift

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. There is a strange illness at Collinwood.
		  An illness that has caused a collapse and loss of strength, an illness 
		  that appears with the daylight and disappears as the sun sets and the
		  darkness grows."

              Willie is lying in bed. He awakens. He gets out of bed
           and goes to look out the window. He sees that it is night.
           He goes back to the bed, sits down and starts to put on 
           his socks. Jason McGuire comes in and asks, "What are you 
           doing out of bed?" Willie replies, "I thought I'd get
           dressed". Jason asks, "What for?" Willie replies, "I don't
           know". Jason asks, "How do you feel?" Willie replies, "Better".
           Jason remarks, "You're almost your old self again. It's
           hard to believe that just a few hours ago, you were collapsing
           from loss of blood. How can that be? Can you explain that to
           me, Willie?". Willie remains silent, offering no explanation.
           Jason growls, "Won't confide in me, will you?" He accuses 
           Willie of having something going he won't tell him about.
           He tells Willie that if won't confide in him, their
           partnership is dissolved. He adds, "I'm going to have to
           send you away from Collinwood". Willie does not argue. 
           He is strangely compliant. Jason tells Willie, in a rather
           sad voice, "I wish I could help you. You act like a man
           who has no hope, like someone who's dead and buried". 
           Willie reacts strangely to this comment. Jason tells him,
           "I've got the money in my room. I'll go get it and meet
           you downstairs. You've become a man of mystery, Willie,
           a man who goes to cemetaries and disappears. I wish I knew
           what happened to you in that cemetary". Jason leaves.
              A few seconds later, there's a knock at the door. Willie
           opens it. It is Vicky, carrying a tray of food. She tells
           Willie, "Mrs. Johnson asked me to bring you dinner. I thought
           you'd be in bed". Willie replies, "I feel better now". Vicky
           puts the tray down at a table and remarks, "The doctor 
           prescribed a special diet for you. Mrs. Johnson fixed this for
           you. She seems to like you. She says that she thinks that
           under that coarse exterior you're really a good person".
           Willie asks, "And you?" Vicky replies, "I'd rather not say".
           Willie tells Vicky, "Vicky. I'm going to leave here soon,
           and I just wanted to tell you I've been a louse. I sorry for
           everything I've done". Vicky remarks, "You're being awful
           remorseful. What's making you this way? Is it the illness?" 
           Willie replies, "Yes. The illness is making me remorseful".
              Down in the drawing room, Elizabeth exclaims, "Pleased?
           Pleased is hardly the word!" She is ecstatic that Jason has
           just told her that Willie is leaving. Willie comes into the
           room. Jason remarks, "Well, Liz, he'll be going now". Willie
           announces, "Wait. I have something I have to tell Mrs. Stoddard".
           Elizabeth replies, "I'm not interested". Willie protests, "It's
           important!",  but Elizabeth just turns and walks away, not
           wanting to hear another word from him. Jason tells Willie,
           "Come on, let's go" and takes him out into the foyer and to
           the front doors. There, he asks him, "What were you going to 
           say to her? Your conscience has been playing tricks on you 
           lately, Willie. You were going to tell her all about my plans,
           weren't you?" Willie swearns, "No. It was something else".
           Jason gives Willie the money. He is surprised to find that
           Willie doesn't seem to care that much about it. He tells him,
           "Now you go to the hotel. Rest up. I'll be by to see you 
           before you go". Willie moans, "What's going to happen to me?"
           Jason replies, "That's up to you, isn't it?" Willie replies,
           cryptically, "No. It isn't up to me".
              The clock in the foyer reads 7:30. Barnabas has dropped by.
           He apoligizes to Elizabeth, "I seem to have developed a
           habit of dropping by unnanounced". Elizabeth tells him not
           to worry, saying, "I wanted to reach you anyway, but didn't
           know your number". Barnabas tells her why he came, "I'm
           anxious about moving into the old house. Have you come to
           a decision yet?" Elizabeth replies, "Yes. You're welcome to
           live in the old house as long as you want". Barnabas thanks
           her effusively. Elizabeth asks, "When are you planning on
           moving in?" Barnabas replies, "Almost immediately". Elizabeth
           remarks that the old house is a mess and tells him, "You'll
           need someone to help you clean it up". Barnabas replies, "I've
           already made preparations for that". Elizabeth tells him, "I'll
           get you the keys". Barnabas, puzzled, asks, "But I thought
           everything was pretty much open". Elizabeth replies, "Yes, but
           you'll probably want to lock things up". Vicky comes into the
           foyer. Elizabeth tells her, "Vicky, Mr. Collins is going to 
           move into the old house". Vicky, surprised, exclaims, "You
           mean he actually wants to live there?!". Barnabas replies,
           in a rather strange tone of voice, "Yes. Live. That's exactly
           what I intend to do". Elizabeth leaves to get the keys.
              Vicky tells Barnabas, "But the old house is in such bad
           condition". Barnabas tells her, "I plan to restore parts of
           the house to its original condition". Vicky remarks, "I'd like
           to see". Barnabas tells her, "You're welcome to come anytime".
           Elizabeth returns with the keys and gives them to Barnabas.
           She wishes him luck. Barnabas tells her, "I must leave now.
           I have an awful lot to do". He says goodbye and leaves.
           Vicky remarks, "He's a curious man". Elizabeth replies, "Yes
           he is". The conversation turns to Willie. Vicky tells Elizabeth,
           "Willie's gone. It was strange. He apoligized to me before he
           left. He seemed different, almost defeated". Elizabeth remarks,
           "Illness often does that to people. In Willie's case, I have
           the feeling he'll revert to his old self soon". Vicky replies,
           "I don't think so. I have the feeling it's permanent".
              Barnabas opens the door to the old house and goes in. 
           He looks around and smiles, then says, "Where are you? What
             are you waiting for?" Willie steps out of the fog outside
           and comes in through the front doors, closing them behind
           him. Barnabas tells him, "This will be our home from now on.
           There will be much for you to do. It's time for you to go
           out. You know what you have to do". Willie begs, "I can't",
           grabbing the bannister. Barnabas tells him sternly, "You no
           longer have anything say about what you do". Willie trembles in
           terror. Barnabas points to the front doors and orders, "Go!
           Now!". Willie leaves as ordered.
           Episode 221
           Worldvision Rerun 12
           Tape Date:  April 26, 1967 (ABC #87-DRK-67)
           Air Date:   May 2, 1967 Tuesday
           Writer:     Ron Sproat
           Director:   John Sedwick

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. The residents of Collinwood are aware 
	         of a stranger in their midst, a man whose presence is felt by all.
		   Others far away from the great house are soon to be aware of his 
		   presence, and are soon to be aware of the mystery that surrounds him."
              It is closing time at the diner. Maggie, looking very tired,
           takes off her waitress hat and pours herself a cup of coffee.
           Sipping the coffee, she goes and locks the front door. She
           takes her purse, turns off the lights, then goes out into
           the adjoining lobby. There, she puts on her coat and looks
           into the mirror and fixes her hair. As she turns away from
           the mirror, she is startled to see a man standing behind her
           and exclaims, "Oh!" It is Barnabas. He apoligizes for startling
           her. Maggie replies, "I didn't hear you come in". Barnabas
           asks, "Is it too late to get a cup of coffee here?" Maggie
           replies, "Sorry, we're closed". Barnabas asks, "Is there
           anywhere else around here I can get a cup of coffee?" Maggie
           replies, "No. Everything else is closed too. Here in Collinsport
           we roll up the carpet as soon as the sun goes down". Barnabas
           begins to ramble on about how lonely the night is. After a few
           minutes, he apoligizes for rambling on and detaining her. He
           tells her, "Goodnight" and turns to leave,  but just as he gets
           to the door, Maggie shouts, "Mister! Wait! I think I forgot
           to clean the other coffeepot!" She invites him back into the
           diner for a cup of coffee.
              Inside the diner, Barnabas sits down at a table. Maggie
           goes to the counter and pours a cup of coffee for him from the
           dregs at the bottom of a pot, warning him, "This is going to be
           pretty strong!" She gives him the coffee and asks, "Are you
           passing through?" Barnabas replies, "No. I'm going to be living
           here". Maggie asks, "Do you have family here?" Barnabas replies,
           "I'm related to the Collinses". Maggie is surprised and exclaims,
           "You're a Collins?!" Barnabas replies, "Yes. Barnabas Collins".
           He explains that he is a cousin of Elizabeth Collins Stoddard.
           Maggie remarks, "A new Collins in town. That's big news! I'm
           surprised everyone in town isn't talking about it!" Barnabas
           explains, "I've had little contact with anyone except the
           family". Maggie asks, "Are you staying at Collinwood?" Barnabas
           replies, "No. I'm staying at the original home". Maggie,
           surprised, asks, "The old house?" Barnabas replies, "Yes".
           Maggie tells him, "You know, there are rumors about that old
           house. They say it's haunted". Barnabas replies, "I never
           listen to rumors". Maggie tells him, "That makes you unique
           around here". Barnabas makes a cryptic remark, "Uniqueness
           is not always good. It sets you apart from other men".
           Maggie notices the cane Barnabas is carrying and remarks on
           it. Barnabas tells her, "It's very old. It's my most prized
           possession. I'd part with my life before I'd part with it.
           It's part of my family tradition". Maggie goes to heat up
           the coffee.  Barnabas places his cane on one of the unoccupied
           chairs at the table, a sly look on his face.  Maggie notes that
           dogs are howling outside. Maggie tells Barnabas, "Listen. They
           were howling like that last night too". Barnabas remarks, "Were
           they?" Maggie wonders, "I wonder what they're howling about?"
           Barnabas echoes, "Yes. I wonder".
              Both Barnabas and Maggie sip their coffee, Maggie having
           poured herself a cup too. Maggie remarks, "I wish those dogs
           would stop howling. They're making me nervous". Barnabas thanks
           Maggie for the coffee and gets up to leave. Maggie tells him,
           "By the way, I'm Maggie Evans". Barnabas remarks, "Evans. Now
           why does that name seem familiar?" Maggie tells him, "My father
           is an artist. Maybe you've heard of him". Barnabas tells her,
           "Goodnight" and leaves.
              A few seconds later, Joe Haskell comes walking into the 
           diner and exclaims, "Maggie!" Maggie replies, "Joe! What 
           are you doing here? I thought you were working the night 
           shift tonight!" Joe tells her, "I took off early tonight. I was
           worried about you". He asks, "Haven't you heard about the
           Ackerman girl?"  Maggie asks, "Jane Ackerman?"  Joe replies,
           "Yes", and tells her a local girl was attacked last night,
           but managed to struggle free and get away. He tells her, "I
           don't like the idea of you being here alone with some nut
           running around". Maggie replies, "I wasn't alone. I had a
           customer. I'm surprised you didn't run into him coming in.
           He left about 10 seconds before you came in. There's a new
           Collins in Collnsport. He said he was Barnabas Collins and
           was a cousin of Elizabeth Stoddard. He said he came to
           Collinsport to live.  I felt sorry for him.  He seemed
           sort of sad, like he's been lonely all his life".  Joe
           suggests, "Let's go to the Blue Whale". As they are about to
           leave, Maggie notices that Barnabas has left his cane hanging
           on a chair. She tells Joe, "He left his cane here!" and suggests
           to him that they return it to him. Joe asks, "Can't that wait
           till morning?" Maggie replies, "I wouldn't feel comfortable
           keeping something so valuable overnight. I'd feel better if we
           returned it as soon as possible. Come on, Joe, we know where he's
           living and it wouldn't take more than 10 minutes to drive up
           there".  Joe gives in and agrees.  The dogs continue to howl
           outside.  Joe wonders, "I wonder why those dogs are kicking up
           such a fuss".  Maggie replies, "I don't know, but I wish they
           would stop.  They're giving me the creeps".
              Maggie and Joe go to the old house. Maggie is surprised
           to see that no lights are on. They knock at the door, but
           receive no answer. They decide that no one's home and decide
           to leave and return the cane in the morning. But just as
           they have turned to leave, they hear the door opening. They
           turn back and find that it's open a crack. Joe shouts, "Hello?
           Hello?" but receives no answer. They decide it must have been
           the wind, but go in to make sure. Inside, they find that the
           living room has been cleaned up a bit and is lit by a great
           many candles in various candlesticks. Seeing the candles, 
           Maggie remarks, "Someone must be here". Joe tells Maggie,
           "Stay here. I'll look upstairs. I know the place better".
           Joe goes upstairs. Maggie looks around the living room.
           She turns and suddenly gasps, "Oh!", seeing a man standing
           there. She is relieved to see that it's Barnabas. Once again,
           Barnabas apoligizes, "Sorry if I startled you". Once again,
           Maggie tells him, "I didn't hear you come in". Barnabas
           asks, "What brings you here?" Maggie gives him the cane and
           replies, "You left this at the coffeeshop". She explains,
           "You told me it was valuable, so I wanted to return it
           right away. I hope you don't mind us just coming in here.
           We..." Barnabas asks, "We?" Maggie explains, "I came with 
           my boyfriend Joe. He's upstairs.." Joe comes back downstairs.    
           He apoligizes to Barnabas for coming in unvited. Barnabas
           thanks Joe and Maggie for returning the cane. He asks, "Can
           I offer you anything to drink?" Joe declines, saying it's
           late. He and Maggie leave. 
              Willie comes into the living room and asks Barnabas, "Why
           were they here?" Barnabas replies, "Willie, you're not supposed
           to be here. You've got a job to do". But Willie, now with
           a surprising backbone to his voice, asks, "Where did you meet
           that girl? What are you planning to do with her? What?"
           Barnabas replies, "Nothing".
              Joe and Maggie arrive at the Evan's Cottage. They discuss
           how strange it is that Barnabas would want to live at the
           old house. Maggie asks, "What did you think of him?" Joe
           replies, "He was very polite". Maggie tells him, "Yes. He 
           was polite. That's what's odd. When I was alone with him,
           for some reason, I felt afraid of him". Joe replies, "It 
           was probably just the old house". Maggie agrees, "Yes. 
           That's probably it. There's no reason for me to be 
           afraid of Mr. Collins!"
              Willie continues to badger Barnabas, "What are you going
           to do with that girl?" Barnabas insists, "Nothing!" Willie
           tells him, "I don't believe you. I saw the way you looked
           at her when she was leaving. Why did she come here?" Barnabas
           replies, "I left my cane at the coffeeshop and she was 
           returning it". Willie accuses him, "You left it there on
           purpose, didn't you?" Barnabas, tired of Willie's questions,
           tells him, "You have a job to do". Willie refuses, saying,
           "No. I can't do that again!". Barnabas stares at Willie
           and orders, "You must". Willie cowers and whines, "Don't
           look at me that way. I'll go" and leaves.
              Barnabas takes one of the many candles burning in the
           room and goes to the window and looks out it. 
              At the Evan's cottage, Maggie is staring out the window
           too. Joe is talking to her, but suddenly notices that she
           doesn't appear to be listening to him. He asks, "What's
           the matter?" Maggie turns from the window and asks, "What?"
           Joe asks, "You look strange. What's the matter?" Maggie
           replies, "I'm not sure.  Have  you ever had that sense
           of being stared at?  like someone was staring at you?
           I just had that feeling, like someone was staring at me,
           looking right through me!."
              At the old house, Barnabas is holding the candle and staring
           out the window...
         Episode 222
         Worldvision Rerun 13
         Tape Date:  April 27, 1967 (ABC #88-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 3, 1967 Wednesday
         Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:   John Sedwick

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. The past and the present have intermingled
		   at Collinwood and the ancestral home has become a source of strange 
		   occurrences and strong curiosities. A foreboding structure can attract
		   the least suspecting."
            It is the next day. Willie Loomis is in the old house lighting
         candles. There's a knock at the door. This causes Willie to 
         look very apprehensive. He does not go to answer it. After 
         a few more knocks, Vicky come in and asks, "Mr. Collins?"
         She walks into the living room and is startled to see Willie
         there and gives a start. Willie tells her, "Don't be frightened".
         Vicky replies, "You startled me. I had thought you had gone 
         away. What are you doing here?" Willie tells her to go away.
         Vicky tells him, "I don't understand you". Willie replies, 
         "Don't try to. Just get out of this house right away!".
         Vicky asks, "Why?" Willie replies, "It's just better if you
         do". He adds, "You have no right to be here". Vicky replies,
         "Yes I do. I came to see the man who lives here". Willie asks,
         "Barnabas Collins?" Vicky asks, "You know him?  How" Willie replies,
         "Yes.  I met him on the road. He had a flat tire. I fixed it for him.
         I work for him now".  Vicky, surprised, asks, "Work for him?"
         Willie explains, "He needed someone handy with tools to fix the
         place up for him. Vicky, surprised, remarks, "I'm proud of you!
         You've changed so much!" She tells him, "Mrs. Stoddard sent me here
         to invite Mr. Collins to dinner".  Willie tells her, "He isn't here".
         Vicky asks, "Will he be back soon?" Willie angrily shouts, "I don't
         know!", then quickly apoligizes for getting angry. Vicky looks around
         and tells Willie, "You've done a nice job fixing up the place". She
         looks out the window and remarks, "You can see out the window now.
         Nice sunset".  Willie exclaims, "Sunset?!" and gets very agitated.
         He tells Vicky, "You'd better go now!" Vicky suggests that she stay
         and wait for Barnabas, but Willie tells her, "He won't be back for
         some time!  Go! Now!" Vicky, puzzled at Willie's strange behavior,
         remarks, "Sometimes I think I'll never understand you". Willie
         replies, "I'm not asking you to understand me! I'm asking you to
         go!" Vicky leaves. Barnabas comes into the room from somewhere and
         remarks, "You're a polite one, aren't you, Willie? You were in quite
         a rush to get her out of here. What's the matter? Are you afraid
         something might happen to her? How considerate of you, Willie, how
         very considerate!"
            Maggie opens the door to the Evans Cottage and literally runs
         in, quickly closing the door behind her. She seems to be very
         afraid of something. She turns on a lamp, then takes off her
         coat. She still looks terrified. There's a knock at the door.
         Maggie looks even more frightened. She asks, "Who is it?" A
         voice replies, "Barnabas Collins".  Maggie asks, "Mr. Collins?"
         Barnabas replies, "That's right". Maggie opens the door a crack
         and seeing that it is Barnabas, greets  him, "Mr. Collins".
         Barnabas replies, "Hello, Miss Evans. The expression on your 
         face is one of surprise". Maggie replies, "I didn't expect to
         see you here". Barnabas asks, "May I come in? I'd like to 
         speak to you. It won't take long" Maggie opens the door wider 
         and lets him in. Barnabas remarks, "You seem disturbed. Is
         something wrong?" Maggie replies, "Yes. I think someone was
         following me". Barnabas remarks, "Following you?  Let's look". He
         looks outside and announces that he doesn't see anyone outside.
         Maggie tells him, "I guess I was just nervous after what happened
         the other night". Barnabas asks, "What?" Maggie replies, "You
         haven't heard? A girl was attacked on the waterfront the other
         night near where I work.  A man came up and grabbed her,but she
         managed to get away.  And all those animals that have been attacked.
         Everyone in town's on edge right now.  but I'm sure you didn't come
         here to discuss the crime rate in Collinsport.  What did you want?"
         Barnabas tells her, "You mentioned that your father was an artist.
         I'd like to see some of his work".  Maggie shows him some of Sam's
         paintings. Barnabas looks at them and announces, "Good! Quite good,
         in fact!" Sam comes in through the front door. Seeing Maggie, he
         says, "Glad to see you home!" After introducing Barnabas to Sam,
         Maggie asks her father, "Why were you so glad to see that I was
         home?"  Sam replies, "I was worried about you".  Maggie asks,
         "Why?"  Sam replies, "About an hour ago, another girl was attacked".
         Barnabas asks, "What happened?"  Sam replies, "Well, it was very
         much like the attack the other night. A girl was walking alone. She
         said someone was following her and jumped her. Luckily, a car turned
         the corner. The attacker ran when the headlights shone on them".
         Barnabas asks, "Any idea who it was?" Sam replies, "No, the girl
         didn't see her attacker well enough to give a description". Sam
         tells Maggie, "I went to the diner to pick you up, but when I got
         there, I found you had closed up and left already. I rushed home as
         fast as the station wagon could carry me." Maggie tells him, "I wish
         you did pick me up. I think someone WAS following me". Sam tells
         her, "From now on, you're not to walk home from work anymore.
         You're going to take the station wagon". Maggie remarks, "Let's
         talk about something else. Mr. Collins came here to look at some
         of your paintings". Barnabas remarks, "I've already seen some and
         I like what I've seen very much". Sam asks, "Seen any you'd like 
         to buy?" Barnabas replies, "Actually, I wasn't interested in 
         buying a painting. I was interested in commisioning you to paint 
         a portrait of me". They discuss the price. Barnabas asks, "Would
         $1000 be satisfactory?" Sam replies, "Very satisfactory!"
         Barnabas asks, "When can you start?" Sam replies, "Almost 
         immediately. Drop by tomorrow morning and we'll start". 
         Barnabas tells him, "No, I'm afraid we'll have to work another
         way. Do you have to do the painting here?" Sam replies, "No".
         Barnabas tells him, "Could we do it at my house?" Sam replies
         the he can. Barnabas asks, "Could you start tonight?" Sam
         replies that he can. Barnabas adds, "Oh yes. My days are quite
         busy. Is it possible for you to work ONLY at night?" Sam
         replies that he can. Barnabas tells him, "Good. See you
         shortly then. I'm quite lucky to find a man as talented as you
         in such a small town" and leaves.
            Sam goes to the old house. Maggie has driven Sam there and 
         come in to help him set things up. Barnabas asks if Maggie will
         be staying. Maggie replies, "No, I just drove my father here. I'll
         be back in a few hours to pick him up". Barnabas tells her, "We
         might be here all night. Don't worry. I'll make sure your father
         gets home safely". Maggie thanks him and leaves, saying she has
         to wake up early tomorrow to get to work. Barnabas remarks to
         Sam, "Your daughter is a very attractive girl". Sam sits Barnabas
         in a chair and poses him, his hands resting on his cane. Sam
         starts to work.
            At Collinwood, there's a knock at the front door. Vicky answers.
         It's Maggie. Maggie tells her, "I happened to be on the property 
         and thought I'd drop by and see you". She tells Vicky about 
         Barnabas commisioning her father to do a portrait and explains,
         "I just dropped my father off at the old house". Vicky exclaims,
         "Wonderful!" Maggie sees the portrait on the wall and remarks,
         "It looks just like him!" She remarks that Barnabas seems to
         be a very nice man. Vicky agrees, adding, "He's from the European
         branch of the family". Maggie remarks, "Oh, THAT'S why he's so
            It is hours later. At the old house, Sam is walking around, 
         stretching his arms over his head and yawning. He remarks,
         "I guess it's time to finish up". A rooster crows. Sam looks at
         his wristwatch and remarks, "Looks like the sun'll come up any minute
         now". Barnabas tells Sam, "Stop now!", but Sam looks at Barnabas and
         says, "Wait. There's a line there I haven't seen before. Let's get
         it in first". Barnabas announces, rather sternly, "I said we were
         finished!" But Sam is preoccupied with his work and doesn't seem to
         be listening. He goes to the canvas and, adding the line he has
         just seen in, announces, "Yes! That makes quite a difference!
         That's it. Let's call it a night". He looks up and is surprised
         to see that Barnabas is no longer sitting in the chair. He calls
         out, "Mr. Collins?" and looks around but finds that Barnabas is
         not in the room at all. Instead, he sees Willie standing there.
         He asks, "What are you doing here?" Willie replies, "Mr. Collins
         told me to drive you home". Sam asks, "You? Why you?" Willie
         explains, "I work for Mr. Collins". Sam asks, "Where'd he go?
         He was sitting there a few minutes ago. I need to talk to him.
         I have to know when the next sitting will be". Willie replies,
         "Mr. Collins said it will be after sunset tomorrow. Come on.
         Let's go". Sam leaves with Willie.
         Episode 223
         Worldvision Rerun 14
         Tape Date:  April 28, 1967 (ABC #89-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 4, 1967 Thursday
         Writer:     Ron Sproat
         Director:   John Sedwick

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. There is a fog that clings to the cliffs
		   that mark the edge of Collinwood, a fog the sun cannot disperse. There
		   is a man more frightening than the fog, more threatening. A man who was
		   thought to be gone, but who still remains, a man who clings to Collinwood 
		   with more tenacity than the mists from the sea, a man whose presence 
		   inspires more unrest than fear, more mystery than anger."
            Vicky and Elizabth are in the drawing room. Elizabeth exclaims,
         "I don't understand! Why didn't you tell me about this immediately?
         I told Willie never to set foot on the grounds again! I'll have
         him thrown out immediately!" Vicky tells her, "But I haven't told
         you where I saw him. I saw him at the old house". Elizabeth remarks,
         "Oh, the old house. Then he's probably gone already. I'm sure
         Barnabas would know how to handle someone like WIllie". Vicky
         explains, "No! Willie's living at the old house. Willie said he's
         working for Mr. Collins. He's moved in there with him!" Elizabeth
         exclaims, "That's impossible! Mr. Collins wouldn't want a man
         like Willie around! I'd better go tell Mr. Collins what kind of
         man Willie is". David comes dow to remind Vicky that she had
         told him she was going to start his geography lessons on the
         Southern hemisphere. When David learns the Elizabeth is going
         to the old house, he asks to go too. Elizabeth tells him, "No,
         I'm going there to talk to your cousin". She tells Vicky, "Tell
         Mrs. Johnson I'll give her the menu for dinner when I come back"
         and leaves. David complains, "It's not fair! I can't go there 
         alone now, and she won't let me go with her either!" Vicky asks, 
         "What's wrong?" David tells her he's upset that Barnabas has 
         taken over the old house and is changing it around. 
            Elizabeth knocks at the door of the old house, but there is
         no answer, so she tries the door, and finding it unlocked, goes
         in. She calls out, "Barnabas?", but receives no answer. She walks
         around and looks around. She sees the portrait of Barnabas that
         Sam has started working on. As she is looking at it, she hears
         the front doors open behind her. She looks and is surprised to
         see that it's her nephew. She exclaims, "David! What are you 
         doing here?" David replies, "I had to! I had to see the changes!"
         He looks around and remarks, "It's so different! It feels 
         different. It's like a new house, a new place. The air is
         different". He looks over the fireplace and, noticing that the
         portrait of Josette is no longer there, exclaims, "Of course!
         That's what's different! Over the mantlepiece!" Elizabeth looks
         and says, "But there's nothing there". David replies, "That's
         what I mean. The portrait of Josette is gone! That's why it smells
         different. It used to smell like jasmine here when the picture
         was here". Elizabeth tells him, "It must be your imagination".
         David starts up the stairs. Elizabeth asks him where he's going.
         He tells her he's going to look for the portrait. Elizabeth
         refuses to let him go upstairs, saying, "Your cousin lives
         here now. You can't go running around here like you used to".
         David moans, "She's gone. She's gone. She's not watching
         over us anymore".
            At Collinwood, Vicky is in the foyer with Burke Devlin. She
         shows him the picture of Barnabas and tells him, "He looks
         exactly like his ancestor!" Burke remarks, "I'm more concerned
         with the fact that he hired Willie. He doesn't seem too bright".
         Vicky protests, "He's very intelligent!". Burke replies, "Doesn't
         seem like it". They go into the drawing room. Burke asks how
         Elizabeth is. Vicky replies, "She hasn't been the same since
         Jason McGuire came. What did you want to talk to her about?"
         Burke tells her, "She's done something very strange, something
         very unlike her". Vicky asks, "What?" Burke replies, "I think
         I'd better talk to her about that". He again mutters, "It's not
         like her, not like her at all".
            Elizabeth, having returned from the old house, is with Burke 
         in the study. Burke asks her, "Why did you sell that parcel of
         seaside property just north of town to Hackett?"  Elizabeth asks,
         "How did you know about that?"  Burke replies, "You know neither
         your nor I can do a bit of business in this town without the other
         finding out.  Now why did you sell that land to Hackett?" Elizabeth
         asks, "What business is that to you?" Burke replies, "You know
         what Hackett will do. He'll ruin it! Why did you sell it to him?
         If you wanted to sell it, why didn't you sell it to me? So you
         needed ready cash. I would've given you cash for it." Elizabeth
         asks, "Who said I needed ready cash?" Burke replies, "It's
         obvious! It's the only reason you would've sold it to someone
         like Hackett". Elizabheth denies this and refuses to talk about
         it further, telling Burke, "Sorry, Burke, but I'm very busy".
         Burke remarks, "By the way, Vicky said your cousin's hired
         Willie to work for him". Elizabeth assures him, "Willie must
         have managed to fool Barnabas. I'm sure once Barnabas finds out
         about Willie, he'll be gone". Burke offers to help Barnabas.
         Elizabeth assures him, "He won't need any help. He'll be able
         to handle it. He's a Collins, a true Collins."
            Burke goes out into the foyer and finds David sitting on
         the stairs moping. He asks him, "What's the matter?" David
         replies, "I think I'm mad at my cousin. I like him, but he's
         done something I don't like. He's moved into the old house and
         changed things". He elucidates, "I don't mind him removing the
         cobwebs and stuff like that, but he's taken down the portrait
         of Josette. I feel that with the portrait of Josette gone,
         Josette's gone. When I used to go to the old house, I always
         felt like she was there with me". Burke suggests, "If you like
         the portrait do much, maybe Mr. Collins will give it to you".
         David brightens up and asks, "Think he will?" Burke tells him,
         "Ask him". David excitedly says, "I think I'll go there right
         now!" Burke tells him that Elizabeth had told him Barnabas wasn't
         home, but David replies, "I'll go see if he's back". He starts
         to leave, but then stops and pauses.  Burke, looking puzzled, asks,
         "David, are you afraid to go there alone?"  David emphatically
         replies, "No". Burke asks, "Sure?" David replies, "Positive!" and
         leaves. Burke looks at the portrait of Barnabas.
            David goes to the old house. He goes in and calls out,
         "Barnabas? are you here?" but receives no answer. He looks
         around. He sees the portrait Sam is painting and stops to look
         at it. Suddenly, the sound of dogs howling starts. David becomes
         frightened and exclaims, "Josette! I'm afraid! Josette, where
         are you? You're not here! I know you're not here!" Suddenly,
         the front doors, which David had left ajar, slams shut by
         themselves. David runs to them and tries to open them, but
         cannot. He turns back around, a look of terror on his face.
         Episode 224
         Worldvision Rerun 15
         Tape Date:  April 30, 1967 (ABC #90-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 5, 1967 Friday
         Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:   John Sedwick

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. Sunset at Collinwood, and the coldness
   	         of night settles in. This is a coldness that comes not from the air, 
		   but from a place that is still and deep."	
            David again tries to open the door, but is unsuccessful.
         Not knowing what to do, he wanders around the room, frightened.
         Suddenly, the sound of dogs barking stop. David turns and is
         startled to see Barnabas standing in the room. Barnabas asks, 
         "What's the matter, David?" David replies, "The door! I can't
         get it open!" Barnabas asks, "Can't you?" He goes to the door,
         opens it easily and remarks, "You probably weren't grasping
         it right. Why were you in such a hurry?". David replies that
         the barking of the dogs frightened him. Barnabas tell him, "It
         was probably just a stray dog", but David replies, "It was more
         that one dog. It sounded like a whole pack!" Barnabas notices
         some moisture on David's cheeks and remarks, "David. It looks
         like you've been crying". David lies, "Not really", but admits, 
         "I was scared". Barnabas asks, "What brought you here this late?"
         David replies, "I had something to ask you. The portrait of
         Josette. You had it taken down. Why?" Barnabas gesture towards
         the portrait that Sam's been working on and replies, "Because
         I intend to put that up over the mantel". David asks, "Where did
         you put the portrait of Josette?" Barnabas replies, "I put it
         away in another room". David remarks that he was quite fond of
         that portrait and asks, "If you're not using it, could you give
         it to me?" Barnabas replies, "I can't. It belongs here in this
         house. I'm restoring this house, and I assure you, when I'm done,
         I'll hang the portrait up in a prominent place". Willie comes into
         the room and is startled to see David in there. He asks, "What
         are you doing here? It's getting late! You'd better go!" and
         rushes David out the door. Barnabas tells Willie, "You worry 
         too much. Much too much". He shouts after David, "Wait, David.
         I'll come with you!". Seeing a disapproving look on Willie
         face, he tells him, "Well, I can't very well let the child 
         walk home alone in the growing dark, can I?" and leaves.  
           Jason McGuire is in the drawing room of Collinwood. Elizabeth
         comes into the room. She tells him, "I have something to talk
         to you about. Willie Loomis". Jason asks, "He's gone, isn't he?"
         Elizabeth tells him, "No. He's at the old house. He says he's
         working for Mr. Collins there". Jason exclaims, "Working?!"
         Elizabeth asks him what's going on. Jason tells her, "This is
         the first I've heard about it". He promises to look into it,
         then changes the subject and asks, "About that transfer we're
         talking about..." Elizabeth tells him, "I'm working on it. It'll
         take a little time to get the Swiss bank account set up". 
         Jason gloats, "I'm finally going to get a Swiss bank account.
         I've always wanted one, and now, thanks to you, I'm going to 
         get one. I wonder what the number will be. I hope it's a 
         lucky one", and leaves, going upstairs.  Barnabas and David
         come in through the front doors. Elizabeth goes out into the
         foyer to meet them. David exclaims, "I've got some good news!
         The portrait of Josette isn't gone! I've found out that Mr. 
         Collins is going to hang it in another room!". Elizabeth tells
         David to go upstairs and study. David protests, "But I'm hungry".
         Elizabeth tells him he can go into the kitchen and get something
         to eat. David goes into the door under the stairs. Elizabeth
         tells Barnabas, "I want you to do me a favor. Get rid of Willie
         Loomis. Immediately!" Barnabas asks, "Get rid of him. Why?" 
         Elizabeth asks, "What do you know about him?" Barnabas replies,
         "I know everything about him". Elizabeth asks, "Do you know about
         all the things he's done?" Barnabas replies, "Yes". Elizabeth asks,
         "Then why do you keep him on?" Barnabas explains, "That was all 
         in his past. I don't judge a man by his past". Elizabeth remarks, 
         "Well, judging from his past, I don't think his future will be 
         much different". Barnabas tells Elizabeth, "Well, he's been doing
         a marvelous job with the house, but I suppose I'll simply have to
         get rid of him, if that's what you want".  He tells about how well
         Willie's been following orders then concludes, "I can guarantee you
         that Willie will never cause any trouble again.  I could get rid of
         him at the first sign of trouble, but I'll leave it in your hands.
         If you say he has to go, he goes". Elizabeth, convinced, replies,
         "Well, I guess we can give him the benefit of a doubt" and leaves.
            Later, There is a knock at the front door of the old house.
         Willie answers. It's Jason, who sarcastically asks, "Is the lady
         of the house in?" He pushes his way in and asks, "So, this is where
         you work. Exactly what do you do?" Willie replies, "A little bit of
         everything. Jason, you'd better go!" But Jason refuses to go and
         demands, "I want to know exactly what you're up to!" Willie
         replies, "Working". Jason is dubious, "YOU working?"  Willie
         replies, "I'm just trying to find another way of living, that's
         all". Jason still doesn't believe him and remarks, "You like
         money, Willie, and I find you working for a guy who's loaded
         with it! Now I want to know what you're really doing!" Jason
         is startled to hear a voice behind him say, "I'll tell you
         exactly what he's doing". Jason turns around and sees that it's
         Barnabas. Seeing the look on Jason's face, Barnabas asks, "Did
         I startle you?"  Jason replies, "I didn't hear you come in". 
         Barnabas tells him, "That's a tribute to what a fine job your 
         friend has done with the sqeaky floorboards". He tells Willie, "I
         think it's time for you to do that job". Willie replies, "Yes. I
         think it's time" and leaves. Barnabas tells Jason, "As you can see,
         he IS working for me". Jason remarks, "I hope you know what kind
         of man Willie is". Barnabas replies that he does, but that Willie
         is working out fine, that he thinks he's changed. Jason is very
         surprised and, still dubious, tells Barnabas, "Well, if he ever
         gets out of hand, just call me. I'm the only one who can handle
         him". Barnabas replies, "I can assure you that won't be necessary.
         I can handle him quite well".
            At the Evan's cottage, Maggie is in her bedroom dressed in
         a nightgown, sitting at a vanity, brushing her hair. Sam comes
         in, dressed in an overcoat, readly to go to his nightly painting
         session at the old house. Maggie asks, "Ready to go?" Sam
         replies, "Yes". Noticing that Maggie seems nervous, Sam asks,
         "Something wrong? It's that series of girls attacked, isn't it?
         I'll stay home tonight if you want". Maggie assures him that that
         won't be necessary and Sam leaves. Maggie goes to bed.
            Sam is painting at the old house, Barnabas seated in the chair
         as usual. Barnabas remarks, "I like the progress you're making".
         Sam replies, "Painting like this is quite an experience.  Are you
         sure we couldn't do this some other way?"  Barnabas explains that
         it's important for him to have the portrait done here because
         an ancestor of his had one painted here and he wants to carry
         on the tradition.  Barnabas asks, "Your daughter didn't drive you
         up here tonight?" Sam replies, "No, she's home asleep". Barnabas
         asks, "She's a very pretty girl. You must be very proud of her". Sam
         replies, "I am.  I'll be very happy when she gets married and settles
         down".  Barnabas makes the cryptic remarks, "You needn't worry. I
         have the feeling that her future is assured".
            At the Evan's cottage, Maggie has a dream. In it, she is walking
         through some eerie, fog shrouded woods. Seeing a coffin in the
         clearing, she goes up to it. It opens. Maggie screams. Inside is
         herself, dead. Suddenly, the screaming Maggie is a screaming
            Maggie wakes up screaming...
         Episode 225/226
         Worldvision Rerun 16
         Tape Date:  May 3, 1967 (ABC #91-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 8, 1967 Monday
         Writer:     Ron Sproat
         Director:   Lela Swift

   Note:  This episode has a double number to get the episodes
          back in sequence after the pre-emption due to the
                strike a few weeks back.

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. Night has come to Collinwood and the 
		   country around, and with it has come a terror which has no name and no 
		   known source. It is greater than a fear that stalks the earth because
		   it is a fear that haunts the mind without shape, without form.
		   Until in dreams, a form is found, and one is led to it down windless
		   corridors, and forced finally to look upon its face."
            Maggie telephones Joe and asks him to come over. Joe asks,
         "What's the matter?" Maggie tells him, "I can't talk right now.
         Come over, please!" Joe replies, "I'll come over right away".
            After coming over, Joe takes Maggie to the Blue Whale. Joe
         orders a brandy for her and a double bourbon for himself.
         Maggie apoligizes, "I'm sorry for acting this way. I usually
         don't act like this".  She explains, "I had a dream". Joe,
         surprised, asks, "A dream?"  The drinks come. Maggie sips hers
         and calms down a little.  Maggie recounts the dream to Joe.
         Joe asks, "Do you know what might have caused this dream,
         something that happened at the coffeeshop maybe?" Maggie replies,
         "No, nothing at all". Joe suggests, "Maybe it's those attacks
         that have been happening.  That's enough to give anyone
            Sam and Barnabas, apparently having quit early tonight, come
         into the Blue Whale for a drink. Maggie sees them and asks Joe,
         "Please don't tell my father about the dream". Sam sees Maggie
         and Joe and and he and Barnabas walk up to their table. Sam
         remarks to Maggie, "I thought you were sleeping". Maggie tells
         him, "I had a bad nightmare". Barnabas says, "Hello". Maggie
         sees him and suddenly knocks her drink over. Sam jokes, "I
         thought I brought you up better than to spill good drink!"
         Barnabas says, "I think I'll order for all of us". He turns to
         Maggie and asks, "I hope you don't mind the intrusion". She
         replies, "No". Barnabas tells her, "Very kind of you". Barnabas
         and Sam sit down at the table. After a bit of conversation,
         Joe and Maggie excuse themselves to go dance. Barnabas tells
         Sam, "Extraordinary daughter you have. Kind, gentle, generous."
            Maggie and Joe are dancing. Maggie has calmed down a lot and
         tells Joe, "What would I do without you?" Joe jokes, "Well,
         without me, you'd be looking pretty silly dancing here all
         by yourself". 
            At the table, Barnabas remarks, "Joe's a lucky man". Sam
         remarks, "If I didn't know better, I'd say you were getting 
         interested". Barnabas replies, "Interested yes. Involved, of
         course not".
            Having finished their dance, Maggie tells Joe, "Can we go
         to the bar instead of back to the table. I want us to be 
         alone". Burke comes into the bar. He strolls over to talk 
         to them. When he finds out that that is Barnabas at the
         table with Sam, he remarks, "Oh, that's Barnabas. I've 
         heard about him. I've wanted to meet him" and goes to the
            Barnabas remarks to Burke, "I've heard about you from my man 
         Willie Loomis". Burke says, "None of it good, I'm sure". 
         Barnabas replies, "He did say there was some trouble between
         you two, but said it was all his fault". Burke is shocked.
         Sam remarks, "You haven't seen how much Willie has changed".
         Barnabas agrees and adds, "I can promise you there won't be
         any more violence. Serenity is one of my favorite emotions".
            At the bar, Maggie tells Joe she is ready to go, adding,
         "I'm wonderfully tired. I'm sure I'll sleep like a baby now".
         Joe tells her, "Let's go say goodnight". Maggie asks, "Joe,
         can you tell them goodnight for me?" Joe asks, "What's the
         problem?" Maggie replies, "There's no problem". Joe asks,
         "Then why don't you want to go say goodnight?" Finally,
         Maggie agrees to go with him. They go and say goodnight to
         everyone. Barnabas tells Maggie, "Sweet dreams". Joe and
         Maggie leave.
            Maggie is in her room. She is still awake and still appears
         to be nervous. There's a knock at the bedroom door. Maggie
         quickly sits down in a chair and grabs a book, and says, "Come
         in". Sam, who's just gotten home, comes in. He remarks, "You're
         awake. I thought you'd have gotten to sleep long ago". Maggie
         lies, "I started reading this book and got interested". Sam
         replies, "But not interested enough to turn the book right side
         up. What's the matter? You look frightened". Maggie denies this.
         Sam asks, "What wrong? You're acting like a little child, afraid
         of dreams". Maggie insists there's nothing wrong. Sam finally
         gives up and leaves. Maggie finally goes to bed.
            At the Blue Whale, Burke is admiring Barnabas' cane. He asks,
         "What's it made of? It looks like pure silver", but Barnabas
         has a far away look in his eyes and does not appear to be
         listening. Suddenly, he excuses himself, saying, "There's
         something I have to do" and leaves.
            Maggie is sleeping. The shadow of a figure outside appears in
         the curtains of the french doors to the outside. The french doors
         open. It is Barnabas outside. He comes in and walks up to Maggie's
         bed. He stands there for awhile, then opens his mouth, revealing
         a set of very sharp looking fangs...
         Episode 227
         Worldvision Rerun 17
         Tape Date:  May 1, 1967 (ABC #92-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 9, 1967 Tuesday
         Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:   Lela Swift

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. This is to be a night of horror.
		   A night that evil will display its terrible power. A night that 
		   an innocent is to become the frightened object of that power."
            It is the next morning. The french doors are wide open and
         the room is bathed in sunlight. Maggie is still in bed asleep.
         There's a knock at the door, then Sam's voice shouting, "Maggie?"
         Sam comes in and shouts, "Hey Maggie! Look at the time, will ya? 
         You've overslept by an hour! The coffeeshop called! Didn't you
         hear the phone?" Maggie groans, "Pop, I don't know what's 
         happening..." Sam remarks, "This is the first time you've ever
         overslept. You're usually up at the crack of dawn, clattering
         around in the kitchen fixing the coffee". Maggie complains,
         "I feel strange. I don't seem to have much energy. I feel so
         cold". Sam looks, sees that the French doors are open and 
         tells her, "Oh, that's because you left these open all night".
         Maggie replies, "I don't remember leaving them open". Sam tells
         her, "You look pale this morning. Why don't you stay in bed?"
         Maggie remarks, "I didn't sleep very well. I tossed and turned
         all night. I had a bad dream last night, a dream like I've never 
         had before". She tries to get up but collapses back into bed.
         Sam tells her, "I think you should take the day off. I'll
         call the coffeeshop". Maggie insists, "I'm all right!" They
         get into an argument about this. Maggie tells Sam, "I don't
         think I can spend a whole day in this room". Sam asks why,
         but Maggie replies, "I don't know".
            Maggie is at the coffeeshop, clanking around. She is clearly
         very weak. Finally, tired, she sits down at the counter for a 
         cup of coffee. Joe comes in and, seeing Maggie just sitting there
         jokes, "What does a paying customer have to do for a cup of
         coffee around here?" Maggie jokes back, "Pour it himself". Joe
         starts to go to do so, but Maggie tells him she was just joking
         and gets up and goes behind the counter to pour him his coffee.  
         As she is doing so, she drops the coffee cup onto the floor, 
         shattering it. Joe jokes, "I've seen how you handle a coffee
         cup, now let's see how you handle a broom!"  Maggie replies,
         "I'll get it later". Joe, puzzled, asks, "You're just going to 
         leave the pieces there?" Maggie explodes, "I SAID I'LL GET IT
         LATER!!!" She gets him another cup, puts it on the counter, and
         pours some coffee. Joe complains that she's only given him half
         a cup. Maggie pours him somemore, but this time doesn't stop in
         time and coffee overflows onto the counter. Joe asks, "First
         you don't give me enough, and now you give me too much. Is
         anything wrong?" Maggie replies, "I'm just not up to my usual
         self. I must be coming down with something". Joe asks, "How
         was last night? Any more dreams?" Maggie replies, "Yes, and 
         they were even more real than last time..." Sam comes in, 
         saying, "Just dropped by to see how you were feeling" Maggie
         collapses. Joe manages to catch her and ease her onto a chair.
            Maggie is at home in her bed. She is now conscious. Joe
         asks, "Why won't you let us call a doctor?" Maggie replies,
         "There's nothing wrong with me. I'm just tired, that's all".
         Joe tells her, "Get some sleep. Maybe I'll bring you some
         flowers". Maggie reacts strangely to this. A horrified look
         on her face, she exclaims, "No! That dream! You were in it,
         Joe, you were bringing flowers to my grave!"
            At the old house, Barnabas walks into the old house.
         He takes a candle and goes to the window with it.
            At the Evan's cottage, Maggie gets out of bed and looks
         out the window. There's a knock at the door. Sam comes in
         and asks, "What? Out of bed already?" Maggie replies, "I'm
         feeling much better now. I'm thinking of going out and getting
         some fresh air. I'm thinking of driving you up to the old 
         house". Sam asks, "How did you know I was going tonight? Willie
         just came and told me about 15 minutes ago". Maggie replies, "I
         suppose I overheard him". Sam tells her, "You must have some
         sense of hearing, then. We were outside when he told me".
         Maggie replies, "I guess this illness must have improved my
            Barnabas is in the living room of the old house, pacing
         around. The sound of a car stopping is heard outside, then
         the sound of car doors. A few moments later, there's a knock
         at the door. It is Sam and Maggie. Barnabas lets them in.
         Sam asks, "I wonder if Willie could drive me home tonight.
         Maggie hasn't been feeling well all day". Barnabas asks,
         "What's wrong?" Sam replies, "She's been feeling weak". 
         Barnabas asks, "Any idea what caused this?". Sam replies, "No.
         She woke up that way. Curious". Barnabas replies, "Yes. Curious".
            Maggie goes home and goes back to bed.
            After painting for awhile, Sam tells Barnabas, who's sitting
         on a chair posing, "You can relax now. I have to put some colors
         in. I wish I could take this home to work on". Barnabas replies, 
         "No. You'll have to do it here. I have my reasons". He doesn't
         say what his reasons are, and Sam doesn't ask. Barnabas gets up,
         goes to the window and looks out.
            At the Evans Cottage, Maggie tosses and turns in bed.
         At the old house, Sam complains that he's tired and  tells
         Barnabas he wants quit early tonight, but Barnabas asks him to
         keep going, saying, "If you work the rest of the night tonight,
         I'll let you off tomorrow night". Sam agrees. Barnabas remarks,
         "While you're working, I think I'll go get some fresh air". Sam
         jokes, "Get some for me too, while you're at it. This is is
         going to take about an hour". Barnabas remarks, "Just enough
         time". He goes and puts on his coat.
            At the Evan's cottage, Maggie gets up out of bed, goes and
         opens the French doors, then gets back into bed. There, she
         lies back down and takes off a scarf she's been wearing, 
         exposing her neck...
         Episode 228
         Worldvision Rerun 18
         Tape Date:  May 2, 1967 (ABC #93-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 10, 1967 Wednesday
         Writer:     Ron Sproat
         Director:   Lela Swift

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. A brilliant morning sun shines on
		   Collinwood, but it does not seem able to disperse a shadow that 
		   has long hung low over the vast and rambling house. The shadow
		   of a secret... an insidious secret held by a man who is no longer
		   a stranger to Collinwood."
            It is morning. Elizabeth and Jason are in the drawing room
         at Collinwood. Elizabeth announces, sternly, "It's out of the
         question! I consider the subject closed!" Jason calmly replies,
         "Well, let me reopen it, then. I thought the family name meant
         a lot to you". Elizabeth, puzzled, asks, "You asked me for a
         job at the family business and I refused. What does that have
         to do with the family name?" Jason replies, "Since I'm staying
         here more or less permanently, it would look better if I had         
         a job". Elizabeth is shocked that Jason intends to stay 
         permanently. She excuses herself, but Jason tells her, "Not
         quite yet! I'm not finished!" They argue.  Carolyn comes into
         the drawing room and starts to tell Elizabeth, "Mother. Mrs.
         Johnson...".  She notices that Jason and her mother have been
         arguing. She pauses, then finishes, her sentence, telling
         Elizabeth that Mrs. Johnson has a question for her. Elizabeth
         tells Carolyn, "All right, tell her I'll be with her in a few
         minutes". After Carolyn leaves, Jason gives Elizabeth an
         ultimatum. He tells her he's going to go into town and go to
         the Collins headquarters. He tells her she'd better have an
         office ready for him with the do nothing job, "Head of Public
         Relations" and leaves. After a few moments, Elizabeth goes to
         the phone, picks up the receiver and starts to dial.
            It is later. Roger and Elizabeth are in the drawing room.
         Roger exclaims, "I was surprised when Whittaker suddenly told
         me you have opened a Department of Public Relations, but when
         he told me who was heading it, I was dumbfounded, to say the
         least!" Elizabeth counters, "Jason is a very capable
         man". Roger asks, "What do we need with a Department of
         Public Relations, anyway? You've never mentioned it before".
         Elizabeth lies, "I've been thinking about it for a long
         time". Roger remarks, "It's bad enought that he's disrupting
         the house, now he's disrupting the business as well! Why do
         you let him do these things? First the house, now the business!"
            Later, Carolyn and Vicky are in the drawing room alone.
         Carolyn tells Vicky how much she hates Jason McGuire. She
         tells her about overhearing part of an argument between him
         and her mother, and how she was disturbed at how his voice
         was filled with sarcasm and contempt. Jason comes into the
         room and asks Carolyn and Vicky if they know where Elizabeth
         is. They reply that they do not. As Jason turns to leave,
         Carolyn asks, "Mr. McGuire, I hate to keep asking questions,
         but I still haven't received a satisfactory answer yet. How long 
         do you intend to stay at Collinwood?" Jason lies, "Oh, you 
         should talk to her about that. I told her just this morning
         that I was going to leave, but she wouldn't let me. She 
         asked me to stay on and help with the business". He tells
         her about his new job at the cannery. Carolyn is shocked.
            Carolyn, Roger and Vicky are in the study. They talk about
         how strange it is that Elizabeth has given Jason a job at
         the cannery. Carolyn asks Roger what he knows about Jason.
         Roger replies, "I'd never heard of him before he walked 
         through the door". Vicky remarks, "He's a friend of Paul
         Stoddard", suggesting that that may give a clue to his past,
         but Roger tells them, "I don't know much about him, either.
         I was away at school during most of that disturbing period
         in my sister's life". Carolyn asks, "When he went away, did
         he leave anything behind?" Roger replies, "Only what's locked
         in that downstairs basement".  Carolyn becomes curiious about
         seeing her father's things. Elizabeth comes into the room.
         Carolyn asks, "Mother, may I have the key to the locked room
         in the basement?" Elizabeth refuses, adding, "Nothing's in
         there". Carolyn asks, "If nothing's in there, then why can't
         I have the key?" Elizabeth explodes, "Because I lost the key!
         I don't want you ever near that room again, and that goes
         for all of you!"
           Elizabeth is alone in the drawing room, pacing around. Vicky
         comes into the room and tells Elizabeth, "Mrs. Johnson wants
         to see you". Elizabeth apoligizes for getting angry in the
         study about the locked room. She explains, "That room is of
         absolutely no importance to me. I was just a little edgy
         today". Please tell Carolyn this for me. Vicky looks dubious.
         Elizabeth asks, "You don't believe me, do you?" Vicky tells
         her, "I can't help but believe that that room has something
         to do with what's troubling you lately. I thought it was
         because your husband's things are in there". Elizabeth tells
         her, "Yes. That's it. My husbands things are in there. That's
         why I would be troubled if Carolyn goes in there". 
            Carolyn is in the study, going through drawers, boxes,
         etc. Finally, she finds a key in one. She hears a sound and
         puts the box back. She turns and finds that Vicky has come
         into the room. Vicky asks, "Looking for the key to the basement
         closet, aren't you?" Carolyn admits she is, "I'll find it if
         it's the last thing I do!" Vicky begs her, "Please, Carolyn,
         don't. It's painful for your mother. Please, Carolyn, don't!",
         but Carolyn refuses to listen and continues to search.
         Episode 229
         Worldvision Rerun 19
         Tape Date:  May 4, 1967 (ABC #94-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 11, 1967 Thursday
         Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:   Lela Swift

	     Alexandra Moltke:
		  "My name is Victoria Winters. Evil reaches deeply into man's soul,
		   turning his heart to stone, transforming him into a vile monstrosity.
		   And it is horrible to observe this process in an innocent and not be
		   able to recognize it or prevent it."
            Maggie is lying in bed. Again, the french doors are open
         and sunlight is flooding into the room. There's a knock at 
         the door, and Sam's voice calling ,"Maggie?" After he receives
         no answer after calling "Maggie" several times, Sam opens
         the door and comes in. He goes and reaches out for her shoulder
         as if to shake her and wake her up, but draws his hand back,
         apparently having changed his mind. He turns and, seeing the
         french doors open, closes them.  He looks at hiw wristwatch, which
         he wears on his right wrist, then goes out to the living
         room and calls the coffeeshop, "This is Sam...I'm calling for
         Maggie...She won't be in today...She's about the same...Thank
         you...I'll tell her that...Good Bye..." Inside, Maggie stirs,
         tries to sit up and get out of bed, but collapses back into bed.
            Sam brings a tray containing a small breakfast and a pot
         of coffee into Maggie's room. Maggie awakens.  He tells her,
         "I've brought you something to eat.  You've been asleep all day".
         She asks, "All day?! What time is it?" Sam replies, "About 4:00".
         Maggie is shocked that it's so late. She asks, "What about work?"
         Sam tells her he called in sick for her. He asks, "How do you feel?"
         She replies, "Not very good". Sam asks, "Worst than yesterday?"
         Maggie replies, "Yes". Sam asks, "How about a cup of coffee?". Maggie
         declines. Sam asks, "How about some tea, then?" Maggie replies,
         "No". Sam tries again, "How would you like me to open a can of
         soup for you?" Maggie again declines. Sam, exasperated, says, "Maggie,
         you're just not taking care of yourself!" Maggie asks, "What do you
         mean?" He tells her, "Those doors were open again".  Maggie
         mumbles, "I remember something. Yes, I did open them. Why would
         I open them?"  Sams tells Maggie he's going to call a doctor. Maggie
         shouts, "No! I don't want a doctor! I'm all right", but Sam refuses
         to listen to her, saying, "You said that yesterday, and I listened
         to you yesterday, but today, you're going to listen to me!  I'm going
         to call a doctor and he's going to examine you if I have to tie you
         down! Why are you so opposed to me calling a doctor?" Maggie groans,
         "Because a doctor can't help me! I telling you!"
            Vicky and Burke are sitting at a table. at the Blue Whale.
         The bartender brings a couple of drinks to them. Burke tells
         him, "Thank you, Bob" and toasts, "Let's drink to an evening
         free of problems", but then notices that Vicky seems to be
         troubled.  He asks Vicky, "Things getting worse at Collinwood?"
         Vicky replies, "Deeper and deeper". Burke asks, "Why is Willie still
         in town staying at the old house? He isn't sick anymore". Vicky
         replies, "He's working at the old house for Barnabas.  He seems to
         be good with his hands". Burke remarks, "I can't believe Willie
         would settle down and become a good member of the community". Vicky
         tells him, "Willie's changed. Even Jason says so. Jason has changed
         too.  He's working for Collins Enterprises now".  Jason asks, "What
         does he do?"  Vicky answers, "I don't know.  Some sort of
         supervisory position, I think".  Burke jokes, "Well, I hope they
         don't give him a job near the cash register". then says, "At least
         the unemployment rate in Collinsport is going down.  I wonder what
         it all means".
            There is a knock at the door of the Evan's cottage. Sam opens
         it. It is Joe. Joe comes in and asks, "How is she?" Sam replies,
         "The doctor's in the room with her. We'll know soon".  He adds,
         "I don't know what's gotten in to her.  You should have seen the
         angry look on her face when the doctor came into the room". The
         doctor comes out of Maggie's room. Sam asks, "What's the word?" The
         doctor replies, "She's a very sick girl".  Sam grumbles, "I already
         told you that".  The doctor replies, "But what you didn't tell me
         is that she's very recently lost a great deal of blood."  Both
         Sam and Joe look shocked.  Sam says, "You must be mistaken".  The
         doctor replies, "Her blood supply is very low and I'd like to
         find out why.  I didn't find out from her. She was very un-
         cooperative".  Sam explains, "She's been edgy lately. She's not
         her usual self".  The doctor asks, "Has your daughter had a history
         of blood deficiency?"  Sam replies that she hasn't and asks, "What
         are you going to do next?" The doctor replies, "I've drawn some
         of her blood and I'm going to run some tests to see if there's
         a cell breakdown or anything like that." Sam asks "How soon will
         you have the results of the tests?" The doctor replies, "We should
         know by tomorrow. In the meantime, I'll prescribe a diet build up
         her blood and some pills for her to take, 2 every 4 hours. He tells
         Sam, "Don't let her out of bed, and deep an eye on her and let me
         know if there's any change"  and leaves. Sam asks Joe, "What do you
         make of that? Blood defiency? How did that happen?"  He starts to
         pour himself a drink from a bottle, but finds that the bottle is
         empty.  Joe suggests to Sam that go to Blue Whale to have a drink
         and relax a bit, promising to look after Maggie while he's gone.
         Sam at first refuses, but Joe insists and Sam finally says,
         "I guess I can't do anything hanging around here".  Joe tells
         him, "Have one for me, will you, Sam".  Sam promised to do so
         and leaves.  Joe sits down and starts leafing through a magazine.
            Maggie is in bed. Dogs start howling outside. Maggie gets
         out of bed and opens the french doors. She then goes and opens
         the door to the living room. Joe sees her and exclaims, "Hey! 
         What are you doing out of bed?" Maggie asks, "Where's Pop?".
         Joe tells her, "You shouldn't be out of bed!" Maggie angrily
         shouts, in a tone very unlike her, "I'm not an invalid!"
         Joe replies, "But you are very sick". Maggie sarcastically
         remarks, "Brilliant deduction!" then shouts,  Who are you supposed 
         to be? The babysitter? Baby sitting time is over! How much do I
         owe you? 25 cents an hour? 50? Now go!" Joe tries to explain,
         "But I promised your father I'd stay with you...". Maggie shouts,
         "I don't care what you promised! I'm serious, Joe!  I want you to
         go!  I need to be alone right now! If you don't leave now, I'll
         never speak to you again!  I mean that!"  Joe tells her, "I know
         you're sick and don't mean that, but I don't like seeing you so
         upset, I'm leaving here against my better judgement.  Please go back
         to bed".  Maggie just replies, "Good bye!" in a very rude tone.
            At the Blue Whale, Burke selects a song on the jukebox and
         goes back to the table. He remarks to Vicky, "Am I imagining 
         things or is it pretty quiet tonight?" Vicky replies, "Yes it
         is. Everyone I've talked to recently is frightened by those attacks
         on those girls, and the horrible, horrible deaths of those animals".
         Sam comes into the Blue Whale. Burke sees him and calls him over,
         saying, "Here, let me buy you a drink".  Sam accepts and thanks him.
         Burke asks Sam, "I hear Maggie's sick". Sam replies, "Yes she is".
         Vicky asks, "What's wrong with her?" Sam replies, "The doctor
         really doesn't know". He explains, "She collapsed yesterday.
         I called the doctor today. He doctor said she has a blood
         defiency, but he doesn't know what the cause is". He adds,
         "I thought she was getting better. Last night, she said she
         was feeling better and even drove me up to the old house,
         but she was worse again this morning". Vicky gets a funny look
         on her face. Sam asks her, "What's the matter?" Vicky replies,
         "It may be just a coincidence, but those are the symptoms Willie
         had!" Joe comes into the bar. Sam sees him and exclaims, "Joe!
         You were supposed to be at the house". Joe replies, "Maggie
         fired me. She threw me out". Sam, surprised, asks, "She's up
         and walking around?" Joe replies, "Not just up and walking
         around, but quite a spitfire". Sam complains, "But you weren't
         supposed to leave her alone!" Joe explains, "I was afraid she'd
         start slugging me if I stayed any longer".  Sam quickly gets up
         to leave.  Burke calls to him, "But Sam, your drink!", but Sam,
         looking worried, replies, "I"ve got to go see Maggie" and leaves.
         Burke quips, "I've never seen Sam leave a perfectly good drink
         before".  Joe sits down and replies, "He's worried about Maggie.
         That drink won't go to waste.  I sure need it!"  Vicky asks Joe,
         "How did Maggie look?" Joe tells her, "Not good, but not as bad as
         Sam and the doctor led me to believe she was". Vicky remarks, "So
         much like Willie..."
            Sam returns home. He looks in Maggie's room and finds that
         she isn't there. He comes back out into the living room and calls
         out, "Maggie! Maggie!", but receives no answer. She is not in the
         Episode 230
         Worldvision Rerun 20
         Tape Date:  May 5, 1967 (ABC #95-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 12, 1967 Friday
         Writer:     Ron Sproat
         Director:   Lela Swift

	   Alexandra Moltke:
		"My name is Victoria Winters. Nighttime has come to Collinwood and
		 with the encroaching darkness whisps a fog, blown in from the sea.
		 Fog that is difficult to penetrate, fog that can hide many secrets.
		 Far away from Collinwood the approach of darkness has meant the 
		 beginning of a night of terror for one man. For a young girl has 
		 mysteriously and unexplainably disappeared."

            Sam is pacing around in the living room of the Evan's cottage.
         There's a knock at the door. Sam opens it. It's Joe. He comes in,
         bringing Burke and Vicky with him. He tells Sam, "Burke and Vicky
         wanted to come along". Vicky suggests, "Maybe Maggie just went
         for a walk". Sam replies, "No, she's too sick". He adds, "She's
         been acting peculiarly all week, not like the old Maggie. Ask 
         Joe." Joe says, "Yes. It was almost like she picked a fight with
         me earlier. It was as if she wanted to be alone. It was almost
         like she had somewhere she had to go". 
            Meanwhile, Maggie is wandering around at Eagle Hill
            Burke asks, "Sam, have you phoned the police?" Sam replies,
         "Yes. The sheriff and his men are searching the area right now".
         Burke suggests that he, Sam and Joe go and seperately search 
         some places in town Maggie might be. He tells them where each 
         of them will search. He tells Vicky, "Stay here in case she comes 
         back". The men leave. Vicky looks at an alarm clock sitting on 
         a table. It is a few minutes before 8:00 P.M. Vicky sits down 
         and starts to leaf through a magazine. 
            The alarm clock now reads 8:57. There's a knock at the door.
         Vicky goes and opens it. She is surprised to find that it's 
         Willie. She asks, "Willie! What are you doing here?!" Willie 
         replies, "I was just about to ask you the same question. I have
         a message for Mr. Evans from Mr. Collins. Mr. Collins will be
         busy until midnight, so Mr. Evans is not to come till then".
         Vicky tells him, "I don't think Mr. Evans will be doing any 
         painting tonight. His daughter's disappeared" Willie exclaims,
         "Disappeared?! I'm very sorry about Maggie Evans". Willie
         just stands there. Vicky asks, "Did you have anything more
         to tell me?" Willie replies, "No. Just tell Mr. Evans I was
         here" and abruptly leaves. Vicky looks at a framed photograph
         of Maggie.
            Maggie is at the Eagle Hill Cementary, looking not nearly
         so beautiful as the photograph. Her skin appears grayish, and
         there are dark circles around her eyes. She looks terrible. 
            At the cottage, the alarm clock now reads 9:11. The phone
         rings. Vicky answers and says, "Hello?...Hello?" On the other
         end is Willie, calling from a telephone booth somewhere. 
         Disguising his voice, he says, "Go find Maggie Evans. She's in
         danger. I can tells you where she is". Vicky asks, "Who are
         you?", but Willie answers, "Just listen if you want to save
         your friend. Go to graveyard if you want to save your friend".
         Vicky asks, "Which one?"  Willie replies, "She's in
         the graveyard at Eagle's Hill".  Vicky asks, "How do you know
         this?", but Willie hangs up. Vicky calls the operator and tells
         her, "Hello? Operator? Please get me the sheriff's office! It's
         important!" The operator tries, but there's no answer at the
         sheriff's office. Burke returns, having had no luck finding Maggie.
         Vicky tells him, "Someone called and said he knew where
         to find Maggie! He said she was in the graveyard on Eagle
         Hill. He said she was in danger!" Burke asks, "Did you
         recognize who it was?" Vicky replies, "No". She adds, "I
         called the sheriff, but there was no answer". Burke explains
         that the sheriff and all his men are out searching. He
         tells her, "Better not take a chance. I'll go up to the
         graveyard to take a look". He tells Vicky to stay at the
         cottage, but Vicky insists on going with him, saying she's
         afraid to stay alone at the cottage any longer.
            Maggie is standing in the cemetary, shrouded by fog. Out of
         the fog steps Barnabas. He walks up to  Maggie and smiles evilly. He
         tells her, "And now we must go somewhere else, my dear. Someone else
         might find us here. Come". Suddenly, a voice exclaims, "Barnabas!"
         It is Willie. Willie tells Barnabas, "Barnabas! It's not safe here!
         Her friends know where she is! Come one!  We've got to leave her
         here and go where it's safe!" Barnabas asks, "How could her friends
         know where she is? How could YOU know they know?" They hear Burke's
         voice in the distance call "Maggie!". Willie exclaims, "Come on,
         Barnabas, there's no time! We've gotta leave!" Barnabas tells
         Maggie, "Come with me", but Maggie collapses onto the ground.
            A short distance away, Vicky and Burke are looking for
         Maggie. Vicky finds a slipper on the ground which she
         recognizes as Maggie's. They know they must be getting close.
         Burke calls out, "Maggie!" again. Hearing how close they
         are, Willie and Barnabas flee.
            Burke and Vicky find Maggie lying on the ground. Vicky is
         shocked at how terrible Maggie looks and asks, "Is she...". Burke,
         examining Maggie, replies, "She's all right. She's just fainted".
         Maggie revives. Vicky asks, "Maggie? What are you doing here?
         What happened?" Maggie looks around, sees where she is and says, 
         "I'm in a graveyard! What am I doing here? I went to bed, had 
         a bad dream, and the next thing I know I'm looking up at you
         two standing over me". Burke suddenly exclaims, "Over there!
         See anything? I thought I saw something move!  The figure of
         a man!" Shining his flashlight into the distance, he tells Vicky,
         "I'll go check. You stay close to Maggie" and leaves.
            Willie and Barnabas enter the Collins Family Mausoleum.
         Barnabas hears a noise in the distance behind them. They
         open the door to the secret room.
            Burke goes into the mausoleum and looks around, but,
         finding nothing, leaves, closing the gate loudly behing him. 
            Inside the secret room, Willie mutters, "I thought I heard
         him go". Barnabas warns, "Quiet, you idiot!"
            Maggie asks, "What am I doing here? What?" Burke returns.
         Vicky asks, "Find anything?" Burke replies, "Notthing. Not a
         thing.  It's deserted here". Vicky remarks, "I guess it must
         have been your imagination". Burke replies, "Yes. It must've
         been my imagination". He picks up Maggie in his arms and announces,
         "Let's get going!" They leave.
            Willie quietly exits the secret room and looks around to
         make certain Burke has left. He tells Barnabas, "They've gone.
         It's very safe.  Barnabas exits the secret room into the tomb.
         He tells Willie, "Then you have some explaining to do. How did
         they know where to find the girl?"  Willie lies, "I don't know!".
         Barnabas asks, "How did you know they knew?" Willie lies, "When
         I went to the Evan's cottage earlier, I overheard them talking.
         I heard them say they were going to the graveyard". Barnabas
         asks, "But how would they know to go to the graveyard? YOU must
         have told them, Willie.  You betrayed me!!  I must punish you,
         Willie! You will betray me again!" He raises his cane and starts
         to beat Willie mercilessly with it.
            Burke and Vicky arrive back at the Evan's Cottage with Maggie.
         Sam and Joe are there. Burke puts Maggie down on a couch.
         Maggie grasps at a scarf that's around her neck, complaining,
         "I can't breath!" Burke says, "That scarf must be too tight"
         and tries to take it off, but Maggie refuses to let him. She
         puts her hands on the scarf to prevent anyone from removing
         it, but soon collapses again. The scarf is taken off. Sam
         exclaims, "Joe! Look! Those marks on her neck!  Look at them!"
         On the left side of her neck are two punctures...
         Episode 231
         Worldvision Rerun 21
         Tape Date:  May 7, 1967 (ABC #96-DRK-67)
         Air Date:   May 15, 1967 Monday
         Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:   John Sedwick

         (Today the part of Dr. Woodard will be played by Robert Gerringer)

	   Alexandra Moltke:
		"My name is Victoria Winters. An overwhelming force has taken 
		 possession of a young girl. Unseen, unsuspected, it withdraws
		 the life from her. The telltale marks are a frightening indication
		 of what this girl has been victim to."

            Maggie is sleeping in bed. Sam and Joe are in the room. Joe
         tells Sam, "Burke and Vicky have just left. Vicky was pretty
         shaken". Sam remarks, "Lucky Vicky was here to answer the phone.
         We would never have thought of looking in the graveyard". He looks
         at Maggie then says, "I've never seen her look that bad. Those
         marks on her neck. How did they get there, Joe, how did they get
         there?" Outside, a dog starts to howl. Maggie starts to stir.
         Sam closes the french doors. Joe asks, "What made you close those
         doors?" Sam replies, "I thought it was going to come in". Joe asks,
         "What?" Sam replies, "That dog".  He complains, "Why doesn't
         that horse and buggy doctor get here?"  Joe assures him, "He'll
         be here, Sam".  Maggie wakes up. She complains, "It's cold!  Like
         ice ! Why is it so cold?" and asks, "What's happened to me?"
         Sam asks her, "Don't you remember about leaving the house?"
         Maggie asks, "Leave the house?  Where would I go?"  Sam starts
         to say something, but Joe tells him, "No, Sam".  Maggie demands
         "You got to tell me!!!"  Sam and Joe tell her she had left
         her room and wandered off last night.  Maggie asks, "Where did
         they find me?"  Both Sam and Joe look like they don't want to
         tell her, so Maggie threatens, "I'll call Vicky and she'll
         tell me!"  Sam tells her, "They found you in the cemetary at
         Eagle Hill.  You were on the ground unconscious".  Maggie
         asks, "Was I alive?"  Sam replies, "Yes".  Maggie tells them,
         "Yes, I think I'm starting to remember now. I remember Burke
         and Vicky standing over me.  I remember Burke going after someone..."
         Joe tells her, "He thought he saw a shadow but he didn't find
         anything".  Sam asks, "Was there anyone with you, Maggie?"
         Maggie replies, "No.  I was alone", then again complains, "I feel
         so cold. I've never been so cold my entire life..."
            Dr. Woodard comes again and examines Maggie. Sam is in the
         room with them. Woodard takes a thermometer out of Maggie's
         mouth and looks at it. Sam asks, "How's it read, Doc?" Woodard
         replies, "5 degrees below normal".  Sam tells him, "I put all
         the blankets I could find on her she was so cold.  She was freezing!"
         Dr. Woodard takes Maggie's pulse. As he is doing so, he notes that
         her hand is very cold. While taking her blood pressure, he notes
         that her skin is gray. He takes out a flashlight to check her eyes.
         Maggie squirms around as he does so. The doctor scolds her for not
         cooperating. Maggie retorts, "I didn't call you, my father did".
         The doctor asks her, "Ever sleepwalk before?" Maggie replies, "No".
         Woodard asks, "Ever dream about sleepwalking before?" Maggie replies,
         "I can't remember". Sam interrupts, "She had that dream last night!"
         and tells Woodard about Maggie's dream where she saw herself in
         the coffin. Woodard concludes that there may be a connection, that
         dreaming about seeing herself in a coffin might have caused her to
         sleepwalk to a cemetary.  He concludes, "We can safely assume that
         Maggie sleepwalked and didn't get to that cematarysome other way".
         He notices the holes in Maggie's neck and asks her, "How did you
         get these?" Maggie replies, "I don't know!".  Woodard remarks,
         "You have two punctures in your neck and you don't remember how
         you got them?  They weren't there when I examined you earlier
         today, so they must have happened in the cemetary or on the
         way there".  Woodard takes out a bottle of alcohol and a cotton
         swab and starts to clean the punctures.  Maggie pulls away and
         shouts, "No! They've got to be left alone!" The doctor asks,
         her, "What do you mean they have to be left alone?" Maggie
         replies, "I meant they're nothing. They're not important". The
         doctor tells her, "Every wound is, even if it's only a scratch,
         has got to be cleaned, else it might get infected," and proceeds
         to swab the wounds out with alcohol. Sam asks, "Are they cuts?"
         Woodard replies, "No, they're punctures". He asks Maggie, "Did
         you perhaps stick yourself putting on some jewelry?" Maggie
         replies, "No". Dr. Woodard asks, "Small as they are, they must
         have bled. Was there any blood on her clothes when she was found?"
         Sam replies, "No, not a drop". Woodard asks Maggie, "Do they
         hurt?"  Maggie, tired of it all, shouts, "Leave me alone! Everybody!
         You've got to leave me alone!", then collapses into unconsciousness
            Sam and the doctor go out into the living room. Joe is out
         there waiting. The doctor tells Sam, "Your daughter's condition
         is very serious.  She's lost a tremendous amount of blood twice
         in a very short period. I've got to do something immediately to save
         her life. There's barely enough blood in her to keep her alive.
         I'm going to have to give her a transfusion". Sam asks, "Are
         you going to take her to the hospital?" Woodard replies, "I can't
         move her, not in her condition.  But I have to give her that
         transfusion or she'll lapse into state of shock. I'm going to have
         to give her the transfusion here. Right away, if possible. Do
         either of you have type A blood?" Joe, "Yes, I have type A".
         The doctor asks, "Are you sure?"  Joe replies, "Positive".
            Inside Maggie's room, Joe is sitting with a needle in his arm,
         a tube connecting him to a needle in Maggie's arm. The doctor is
         sitting between them holding a squeezing a bulb in his hand doing
         the transfusion. Sam is standing in the room watching. A dog outside
         starts howling. Maggie starts groaning, then awakens. Seeing what's
         happening, she tries to tear the needle out of her arm. The doctor
         stops her and shouts to Sam, "Grab her left hand!" Sam grabs her
         arms and holds them down. Maggie screams, "No! No! Don't take his
         blood! Don't take his blood!".
            The transfusion finished, Sam and the Doctor step out
         into the living room. The doctor writes Sam a prescription
         for some tranquilizers for Maggie to prevent her from having
         more irrational outbursts. He tells Sam, "I want you to do
         something that is going to be very difficult.  I want you to
         keep watch on her constantly.  She's obviously a sleepwalker.
         Don't let her out of bed. Take shifts, you, Joe, friends, a nurse
         if you can afford it. We're dealing with a condition I've never
         seen before. Until I learn more, that's all I can suggest for
         now. No matter what Maggie may say, no matter what she does,
         don't let her out of your sight".
           Joe is inside with Maggie. Maggie awakens. She remarks,
         "Joe. I feel so strange. Where's Pop?" Joe tells her, "He
         stepped out to get some tranquilizers. He'll be back in a
         few minutes". Maggie shouts, "I remember taking your blood!
         I don't want your blood! I don't want anyone's blood! Joe!
         Stay out of this!" Joe asks, "Stay out of what?", but Maggie
         doesn't answer.
            Sam returns. He tells Joe to go home and get some rest
         so he can be well rested for the morning shift.  He remarks,
         "I found the keys to those doors. I think I'll lock them", and
         locks them. Joe leaves. Sam sits down to look over Maggie.
            It is some time later. Sam has dozed off in the chair. Maggie
         awakens and gets up. She sees that Sam is asleep and goes
         over to the french doors. She tries to open them, but finds
         that they are locked. The noise awakens Sam, who exclaims,
        "Maggie! Stop it!" He grabs her and drags her back to bed.
         Maggie screams, "Let me out! Let me out! Let me out!"
          Episode 232
          Worldvision Rerun 22
          Tape Date:  May 8, 1967 (ABC #97-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 16, 1967 Tuesday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   John Sedwick

	    Alexandra Moltke:
	  	 "My name is Victoria Winters. If a night wind had not cleared
		  the mists from the cliffs that lead from Collinwood to the sea,
		  no one would know that a giant storm was slowly approaching.
		  It hovers on the horizons, but it's advance is as inexorable as
		  the advance of time itself in the journey from day to night. 
              And there is a woman near Collinwood, a young woman, who seems to
		  reflect in her spirit the tranquility of the day as it waits 
		  helplessly for the coming storm that the night will surely bring."

             It is morning. Maggie awakens to find Joe watching over 
          her. Surprised, she asks, "Joe. What are you doing here?"
          Joe jokes, "Spilling coffee, making noise, the usual". He
          then tells her, "Go back to sleep". Maggie asks, "Was I 
          walking in my sleep again?" Joe replies, "No, you slept
          all night". Maggie remarks, "I must be getting better if I
          slept so well", but Joe tells her, "Actually, you've only
          been resting quietly since sun up. You had a pretty restless
          night".  Maggie asks, "Restless?"  Joe tells her, "It's probably
          because you wanted to go out".  Maggie asks, "Go out?" Joe
          replies, "Your father said you were so restless he had to
          practically tie you down to keep you here". Maggie groans,
          "Joe, I don't remember! I don't remember!"
             Maggie has calmed down and is sipping a cup of coffee.
          She remarks, "I guess I WAS walking in my sleep last night
          when I tried to get out". Joe asks her to try to remember.
          Maggie snaps, "Maybe one reason I'm so tired is because
          everyone keeps asking me so many questions!" Joe tells
          her he'll let her sleep. He looks at the holes in her
          throat. This upsets Maggie. Dogs start to howl outside.
          Joe asks, "What's the matter? Why are you so sore at me
          all of a sudden?" Maggie shouts, "Go away, Joe! I don't
          want to see you again. Ever!" Joe, shocked, asks, "What?!"
          Maggie continues, "Go away, Joe. I mean it!  I've made up
          my mind!  I don't want us to see each other again! Go away and
          don't come back!"
             Joe is talking on the phone with Vicky. He tells her,
          "Sam won't be back until later. I really appreciate your
          coming down and helping. I have some things I have to do
          at work". Jason comes into the foyer while Vicky is on the
          phone. Having heard part of the phone conversation, he remarks,
          "I hear you're going out. I don't think that would be wise. A
          storm is coming up". Vicky tells him has to go because a friend
          is sick and she has no choice, "She's been found walking in her
          sleep. She could injure herself.  As a matter of fact, the other
          night she was found wandering around in the cemetary at Eagle
          Hill". Jason asks, "How did it ever occur to them to look for
          her in a cemetary?". Vicky tells him, "I got a telephone call
          from someone who said she was at the Eagle Hill Cemetary". Jason
          asks, "From who?" Vicky starts to leaves, saying, "I've got to
          get there before the storm breaks", but Jason stops her and asks
          again, "Who saw her at the cemetary?" Vicky replies, "He wouldn't
          say who he was". Jason asks, "So she was sleepwalking through
          the cemetary all this time?" Vicky replies, "Yes. She even
          cut herself and didn't notice it. She had two puncture wounds
          on her throat when she was found". Jason asks, "What reason
          did the doctor give for them?" Vicky replies, "He didn't give
          a reason. He doesn't know what's wrong with her". Jason
          abruptly remarks, "Better leave before the storm breaks" and
          rushes Vicky out. A few moments later, he puts on his overcoat
          and leaves too.
             Jason goes to the old house and knocks at the door. Receiving
          no answer, he goes in an looks around. After a few moments, 
          Willie comes walking down the stairs and asks, "What do you 
          want?" He is action strangely, keeping his head turned away
          from Jason as he talks. Jason replies, "I want some answers to
          some questions!" He grabs Willie and whirls him around to face
          him. He is shocked to see that Willie's face is covered with
          bruises. He asks, "What happened to your face?!", but Willie
          doesn't answer, so Jason continiues, "All right, I'm not going
          to concern myself with what happened to you. I just want some
          answers". He tells Willie about what's been happening to Maggie
          and how similar it is to what happened to him earlier and
          remarks, "She was in the same cemetary you went to. That's just 
          too many coincidences!" Willie tells him, "I had nothing to 
          do with that girl being there! Now go!" But instead of going,
          Jason says, "One more thing. You had those wounds on your
          arm. That girl had puncture wounds on her neck!" Willie replies,
          "Must be just a coincidence". He starts to say something but
          stops. Jason remarks, "What were you about to say, Willie?
          You were about to say 'I even'. What did you mean? Were you
          about to say you even tried to protect her? Vicky mentioned
          getting a telephone call telling her where the girl was. That
          wouldn't have been you, would it?" Willie denies that it 
          was, saying, "I don't know what you're talking about". Jason
          gives up on getting anything out of Willie. He warns him,
          "If you're up to something, something that would get the police
          swarming down on Collinwood, I want it stopped! I don't want
          the police around. It would get in the way of my plans!"
          Willie warns Jason not to ask too many questions, not to 
          snoop around, but Jason replies, "I'm going to find out what
          you're up to. I promise!" Willie replies, "Fortunately you're
          not a man who keeps his promises". He adds, cryptically, 
          "Fortunate for you, that is". 
             Vicky arrives at the Evan's cottage. Joe tells Vicky about
          Maggie's odd behavior, about her telling him she never wanted 
          to see him again. Vicky tells him not to worry, saying, "She
          didn't mean what she said. She's sick". Joe tells Vicky, "Yes,
          she's acting very different than her usual self. I've been
          with her most of the day and I've never missed her so much
          in my entire life".
             Inside her room, Maggie awakens and  groans, "Joe...Joe". 
          Vicky comes in and asks Maggie, "How are you feeling?". 
          Maggie asks, "Joe's gone?" Vicky replies, "Yes. I've
          come to look after you until your father comes back.
          Joe said to let you rest. How do you feel?". Maggie
          replies, "Better". Outside, the storm has broken, and
          there is a lot of thunder and lightning. Vicky asks,
          "Does the lightning frighten you?" Maggie replies, "No".
          She starts to talk strangely. She tells Vicky how much
          she's come to like the dark. Vicky asks, "Joe told me you 
          told him you never wanted to see him again. Why?" Maggie 
          replies, "Joe must never come back! I don't want to see 
          him again as long as I live!" Vicky, puzzled, asks, 
          "I don't understand". There's a lightning flash. Maggie
          remarks, "The lightning. Each one is like a quick day
          all in a moment, then its night for a long time again." She
          starts to get out of bed. Vicky tells her, "Get back in bed."
          Maggie gets back in bed and lies quietly. Vicky turns off the
          light by Maggie's bed, then sits down in a chair and starts
          leafing through a magazine.
             It is later. Maggie suddenly sits up. Vicky asks,
          "Maggie! Maggie, what is it? What's wrong?" Suddenly, the
          french doors blow open. There is a flash of lightning,
          revealing the silhouette of a man standing outside. Vicky
          is shocked. The light of the lightning flash fades away, and
          she can now no longer see what's outside. Then there's another
          lightning flash. The man is no longer there. Vicky goes and
          closes the french doors, locking them. Maggie cries, "No!
          Leave them open! They've got to stay...!" Vicky starts
          to ask, "Maggie...", but before she can finish, Maggie
          interrupts her, saying, "It's all right. It's all right
          Episode 233
          Worldvision Rerun 23
          Tape Date:  May 11, 1967 (ABC #98-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 17, 1967 Wednesday
          Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
          Director:   John Sedwick

	    Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My Name is Victoria Winters. A violent storm rages over Collinsport.
		  Its ferocity and terror reaches everywhere.  And out of the tempestuous
		  blackness comes a horror that cannot be explained."

             At Collinwood, Carolyn is sitting by the fire trying to 
          read a book. The storm outside is really bad now. Vicky
          returns home. Seeing that Vicky looks frightened, Carolyn
          asks, "What the matter?" Vicky replies, "I thought I saw
          something prowling around outside. It was probably my
          imagination". Carolyn asks, "Where have you been?" Vicky
          replies, "Sitting up with Maggie Evans. What are you doing
          up so late?". Carolyn replies, "I couldn't sleep". Suddenly,
          the lights start to blink. Vicky remarks on how strong the
          storm is. She tells Carolyn, "The lightning lighted up the
          countryside in a way that made it seem so unreal.  Everything
          familiar seemed so strange.  I kept thinking I was seeing
          things. Several times I swerved the car after thinking I
          saw something in the road in front of me". The lights go
          out. Carolyn becomes frightened. After reassuring her that
          they'll probably come back on soon, Vicky goes to a cabinet
          and gets some candles.
             Vicky returns with some candles. She and Carolyn light
          them. Lightning flashes. Vicky thinks she sees something 
          outside the window, but there is nothing there when the
          next lightning flash occurs seconds later. Vicky tells
          Carolyn, "It's been like this all night. It started when
          I was with Maggie". She recounts what happened when she
          was with Maggie, remarking, "I thought Maggie would be
          terrified, but she wasn't". Carolyn suggests, "Maybe she
          didn't see anything. Maybe it was your imagination".
          Suddenly, they both gasp. They have seen a figure standing
          in the doorway. Vicky, realizing that the figure looks
          familiar, goes up to it, carrying a candle, to get a better
          look. She finds that it's only Barnabas. Barnabas tells 
          them, "Sorry if I startled you. I knocked, but the sound 
          must have been drowned out by the thunder". Carolyn asks,
          "It's a terrible night out there. What brings you here on
          such a night?" Barnabas replies, "I wanted to talk to
          Miss Winters". He turns to Vicky and asks, "You were with
          Miss Evans tonight. How is she?" Vicky replies, "Better.
          The doctor gave her a transfusion and she's much stronger
          now."  Barnabas remarks, "Well, that kind of news makes
          the night seem less bad".  Vicky asks, "Why don't you take off
          your coat and sit with us for awhile?". Barnabas remarks, "This
          is an exquisite room. How wonderful it is to be able to see it
          this way, by candlelight the way it was meant to be seen".
          Noticing that Carolyn seems very uneasy, he asks her, "The
          storm bothering you?"  Carolyn replies, "Tonight it does".
          Barnabas remarks, "Surely, you're used to storms around here".
          Carolyn replies, "I'll never get used to them, and this is the
          worst storm I've ver seen".  Barnabas tells her, "There have been
          worse storms here, storms that made people huddle here and
          at the old house, storms that drove ships onto the rocks
          under Widow's Hill, their masts broken, men crying out as
          they were washed overboard, never to be heard again.
          And it always seemed as if the winds and lightning always
          converged here on Collins property.
             "It was on a night such as this that a young beautiful
          woman was pressed to her limits. She could no longer accept
          what the future held for her. She knew she had to destroy
          herself before she became something she did not want to be.
          She had quarreled with her lover. She tried to send him
          away, but he would not be put off. He tried to put his
          arms around her, but she broke away from him and ran off
          into the stormy night. Her white dress contrasted against
          the darkness. He ran after her as she headed to the one 
          place on earth that seemed to be designed for the termination
          of human life. 
             "The rain drenched her, the winds buffeted her, blowing
          her long hair wildly. Her clothing was torn by the low
          branches. Her small, white feet were bruised and mudstained
          by the stony, cruel path to the summit of the cliff. The
          shouts of her lover were lost in the wind as he ran swiftly
          after her. Near the top, she stumbled over a large rock.
          Crying hysterically, she limped and crawled to the edge of
          the precipice. Her lover reached her, clutched at her, spinning
          her around to face him. 
             "Her eyes were wide with terror as the lover held her tight,
          lips pressed against her throat. Soon, she grew limp and he
          released her. Suddenly, with a last surge of energy, she broke
          free and hurled herself off the cliff. Her screams reacted and
          echoed as she plunged downwards. Her body was impaled on the
          large, craggy rocks below. Her lover descended to the bottom
          of Widow's Hill and found her body, broken, lifeless, bloodless.
          As violent as her death was, the expression on her face was 
          one of serenity, as if this were the best possible ending to
          her life".
             Carolyn, bothered by this story, tells Barnabas, "I don't
          want to hear anymore!" Barnabas apoligizes, saying he didn't
          mean for the story to have this effect on her. Carolyn says,
          "Goodnight" and goes upstairs. Barnabas asks Vicky if the
          story disturbed her too. Vicky replies, "No. Actually, I'm
          curious about it. Is it true?" Barnabas replies, "Every word of
          it". Vicky asks, "That word 'bloodless', why did you choose it?"
          Barnabas replies, "It's the way the scene was told to me. I have
          no explanation beyond that. Tell me, why did you react like that
          to the word 'bloodless'?"  Vicky replies, "Because of some things
          that have happened recently. Those animals, drained of blood, Maggie
          and Willie, both being ill of loss of blood". Barnabas asks, "By
          the way, how did you ever think of looking for Maggie in the
          cemetary?" Vicky replies, "I got a phone call from someone telling
          me she was there". Barnabas asks, "Who?" Vicky replies, "He
          wouldn't say and I didn't recognize the voice". Barnabas
          remarks, "I wonder who it could be..."  He then makes the puzzling
          comment, "You're a very clever girl, Miss Winters.  Please take
          care that what happened to her doesn't happen to you".  Vicky
          asks, "What do you mean?"  Barnabas explains, "Just that I
          don't want to see you with the same illness she has".  Vicky
          asks, "How could that happen?"  Barnabas replies, "It could
          happen to ANYONE".  They are interrupted by a voice saying, "
          Pardon me". They look. It's Jason, who's just entered the drawing
          room. Jason jokes to Vicky, "You should go up to Mrs. Stoddard
          and tell her to pay more attenting to her light bills!"  Vicky
          says, "Goodnight", excuses herself and leaves. Jason tells
          Barnabas, "I want to have a word or two with you". Barnabas asks,
          "What about?" Jason replies, "About your servant Willie. He's up to
          something. It's time you took some action". Barnabas asks, "What?"
          Jason replies, "Get rid of him". Baranbas asks, "What's he up to?"
          Jason tells him, "I can't quite put my finger on it. I think
          it has something to do with the cemetary, but I don't
          know exactly what. I followed him there one night, but he 
          disappeared". Barnabas replies, "It looks like I'll have to
          take some steps...
             Barnabas returns to the old house. He is furious. He
          shouts, "WILLIE! WILLIE! WILLIE!" shaking his cane angrily
          in the air...
          Episode 234
          Worldvision Rerun 24
          Tape Date:  May 9, 1967 (ABC #99-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 18, 1967 Thursday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   John Sedwick

	    Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. The night that now shrouds Collinwood 
		  seems to be standing still. Its move toward morning seems to be forgotten,
  		  and even the mist from the sea dosen't stir in the night air. But within 
		  the night itself all is far from still... and suspended, motionless 
		  within the dark a violence seems to wait... ready to erupt."

             Barnabas has beaten Willie again. Wilie is lying bleeding on
          the floor of the old house, Barnabas standing above him holding
          his cane. Barnabas tells Willie, "I hope your tongue is looser
          now". Willie whines, "I didn't do it..." Barnabas continues,
          "All I want you to do is admit it. A phone call was made to
          Miss Winters".  Willie again whines, "I didn't do it", but
          Barnabas points out, "No one else could have done it!
          I dislike people who betray a trust, and you broke a trust
          when you telephoned Miss Winters and told her Miss Evans
          was at the Eagle Hill Cemetary". Willie whines, "I won't do
          anything wrong again.  I promise I won't." Barnabas tells him,
          "I believe you. Now go do something about your friend Jason
          McGuire.  Make him stop coming here and asking questions.
          If you fail... Well, see to it that you don't fail". Willie
          promises, "I'll talk to him and see that he stays away".
          Barnabas warns, "One word of advice.  Don't let your persuasion
          cause any more suspicion".  Willie complains, "How am I going
          to do that?"  Barnabas replies, "I consider the problem yours.
          Now leave me. I want to meditate".
             Maggie opens the french doors in her room. Sam, wondering
          what she's doing, asks, "Maggie?" Maggie replies, "The storm's
          over now". Sam remarks, "That's quite a story Vicky told
          me. She said saw a man out there". Maggie replies, "I didn't
          see a thing. When the doors flew open, her imagination must have
          gotten the better of her". Sam suggest to Maggie that she get
          some sleep. Maggie objects, saying, "I'm wide awake. I want to
          take a walk outside, the night is beautiful", but Sam insists she
          go to bed. She gives up and does so. He sits down at a chair by
          her bed and tells her, "Try to get some sleep". She replies,
          "I'll try", then mumbles, "Please, no dreams, no dreams, no
             It is morning. Sam and Dr. Dave Woodard are in Maggie's room
          with her. Maggie tells Woodard, "I feel much better, Doc". The
          doctor agrees, "Yes, I'd say you were much improved".  Maggie
          asks, "Can I go back to work?"  Sam interjects, "Now Maggie!".
          Woodard tells Maggie, ""You are to REST." then tells Sam, "See
          that she gets it".  Sam replies, "I will".  Dr. Woodard starts
          to examine the wounds in Maggie's neck. Maggie remarks, "I'd
          forgotten about those".  The doctor tells her, "They're healing
          nicely". He finishes his examination.  Sam tells him, "I'll see
          you to the door". He tells Sam, "I'll check by in a day or two".
          Maggie says, "A day or two?  I'll be well by then!".  Dr. Woodard
          replies, "We'll see".  He orders Maggie, "Rest.  And when you get
          tired of resting, rest some more!!"
             Outside in the living room, the doctor admits to Sam, "I
          still don't know what's wrong with her. Maybe when the blood
          tests come back". He tells Sam to continue with the presciption
          he's given Maggie, and tells him, "The most important thing,
          make sure someone is with her at all time".  Sam asks, "Is
          there anything you're not telling me?"  Woodard replies,
          "No, there's nothing I'm not telling you.  I just want to
          be sure until the sleepwalking's over.  Somthing could happen
          to her.  The last time, it was just those wounds. She may not
          be so lucky next time. She might be hit by a car or fall". Sam
          notices that the doctor has a worried look on his face and asks,
          "Are you sure there isn't something you aren't telling me? You
          look worried".  Woodard replies, "Puzzled, actually. I haven't
          the slightest idea how she got those punctures on her neck".
             It is night. Vicky is in the living room of the Evan's 
          Cottage with Sam. Sam apoligizes, "I hate to impose on you".
          Vicky interrupts him, "Not at all". Sam continues, "The
          portrait's almost finished, and Maggie reminded me we can't
          afford to lose the commision".  Vicky asks, "How is she?"
          Sam replies, "Much better, but the doctor wants to make
          sure she doesn't go sleepwalking".  He warns Vicky that Maggie
          might be resentful about being looked after. He tells her,
          "She might try to get you to leave, but don't listen to 
          her". Vicky promises, "Don't worry. I won't leave her alone
          for a minute". 
             Vicky goes into Maggie's room. Maggie asks, "Are you going
          to be staying with me?" Vicky replies, "Yes". Maggie thanks
          her. Vicky is surprised to find that contrary to Sam's warning,
          Maggie isn't resentful at all. In fact, she seems quite happy
          to have her company. Vicky remarks, "You look so frightened".
          Maggie replies, "No, I'm all right now. I'm feeling much better".
          Vicky asks, "Anything I could get you? A glass of warm milk
          maybe?" Maggie at first replies, "No", but after a few seconds
          changes her mind and tells Vicky she would like a glass. But
          as Vicky is leaving to get it, Maggie shouts, "NO! Don't leave
          me! Not for a minute, no matter what I say!" Vicky, puzzled, 
          asks, "What is it? Can't you tell me what's you're so afraid
          of?"  Maggie replies, "I'm not afraid af anything. Nothing!
          Nothing!  I'm all right!"
             At the old house, Sam is painting. Barnabas gets up from 
          the posing chair. Sam stretches and tells him, "I suppose we
          BOTH need a break". He tells Barnabas he needs to work on the
          color for awhile and suggests that he take a walk or something.
          Outside, dogs start howling.  Barnabas looks out the window and
          remarks, "How beautiful the night seems! A night as beautiful
          as this should never be wasted!" and leaves, going out the
          front doors.
             Sam continues to work. Willie comes into the room and asks,
          "Is Mr. Collins up in his room?" Sam, startled, asks, "What?"
          Willie asks, "Mr. Collins. Where is he? He didn't go out, did
          he?" Sam replies, "I don't know. Maybe". Willie asks, "How
          long has he been out?" Sam angrily shouts, "Look! Can't you see
          I'm trying to do some work ?!" Willie remarks, "I heard your
          daughter wasn't well".  Sam growls, "I don't want you talkinga
          about my daughter".  Willie continues, "All I want to know,
          is she sick?"  Sam angrily tells Willie, "I have two things to
          tell you! Firstly, I don't ever want to hear you mention my
          daughter's name! Secondly, I don't like to be pestered when I
             At the Evan's cottage, Maggie suddenly becomes belligerent.
          She tells Vicky, "There's nothing wrong with me! I refuse to
          be treated as if something were wrong with me! I've had all
          I can stand!"  She asks Vicky to leave.  Vicky puzzled, says,
          "But a moment ago you were glad to have me here".  Maggie
          replies, "But I've thought it over and it's obviously not
          necessary for you to look after me, so why don't you go home?"
          Vicky protests, "But I promised your father..." Maggie disdainfully
          remarks, "An ABSURD promise!" Suddenly, dogs start howling outside.
          Vicky, frightened, asks, "What's that sound?" Maggie asks,
          "What sound?" Vicky asks, "Don't you hear it?" Maggie lies, "I
          didn't hear anything". Vicky tells her, "It sounds like a dog.
          Don't you hear it?" Maggie lies, "No. I don't hear a thing. Why don't
          you leave?  If you're scared, why don't you leave?"  Vicky lies,
          "I'm not scared", but Maggie counters, "Yes you are.  You're
          trembling.  Why don't you leave?".  Vicky refuses, saying, "No,
          Maggie.  I've go to stay with you".  The sound gets much louder.
          It now sounds like a whole pack of dogs is just outside. Suddenly,
          the french doors begin to shake, as if someone or something is
          trying to get in. Vicky is terrified. Maggie tells her, "Go away.
          Why don't you leave?" Vicky exclaims, "OH MAGGIE! SOMETHING'S
          TRYING TO GET IN! OH MAGGIE!!! I'VE GOT TO GET HELP!!!" and runs
          out of the room.
             In the living room, Vicky frantically telephones Burke and
          tells him, "Burke! You've got to come over here! Something's
          happening!" Maggie slams her bedroom door shut. Hearing this,
          Vicky runs to the door and tries to open it, but finds that
          it's locked. She bangs on the door and shouts, "Maggie! Let
          me in! Maggie!! Please let me in! Can't you hear me?!"
          Episode 235
          Worldvision Rerun 25
          Tape Date:  May 10, 1967 (ABC #100-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 19, 1967 Friday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   John Sedwick

	    Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My Name is Victoria Winters. Darkness hovers over Collinwood like a 
	        shroud, and somewhere in that darkness exsists the presence of a evil
		  force, someone with the powers of enormous destruction at his
		  command. He has been waiting to strike... waiting to destroy... and 
		  tonight, perhaps he has. An innocent young girl is a prisoner in a 
		  locked room, and no one knows what fate awaits her."

             Vicky continues banging on the door, screaming, "Maggie!
          Maggie! Why don't you open the door?" There's a knock at
          the front door. Vicky goes and opens it. It's Burke. Vicky exclaims,
          "Burke! Thank heavens you're here! I think there's something
          in there with Maggie!" Burke breaks open the door. Vicky asks,
          "What is it?" Burke replies, "Don't look, Vicky", and tries to
          keep Vicky from looking. But Vicky does and screams. Inside,
          Maggie is lying in bed unconscious, blood flowing from the
          holes in her neck...
             Dr. Woodard has come and is examining Maggie. Vicky asks, "What
          happened, Doctor?" Woodard replies, "I don't know. All I know is
          she's lost a lot of blood again. The wounds in her neck have been
          reopened. The only explanation I have is so wild..." Vicky
          asks, "What?" Woodard continues, "The wounds look like bite 
          marks, as if she had been attacked by some sort of wild animal,
          a large dog..."  Vicky tells him, "I heard a dog outside the
          window earlier". The doctor asks, "Where's the phone? I've got to
          get this girl into the hospital!"  Vicky tells him, "Outside in
          the living room".  Sam comes home and asks, "What happened?"
          The doctor, dialing on the phone in the living room, replies,
          "I've got to get her to the hospital". Sam asks, "Is she that
          bad?" Woodard replies, "Yes, she's that bad".
             Sam goes into Maggie's room, moaning, "I shouldn't have left
          her.  I should have stayed here with her".  He grabs Maggie's
          shoulder and tries to shake her into consciousness, shouting,
          "Maggie, can't you see me? Can't you hear me? Maggie!" The
          doctor comes bac in and tells Vicky and Sam, "Better clear out
          of here. The ambulance is coming".
             Sam, Vicky and Burke are in the living room. Burke pours a
          drink and offers it to Sam. Sam declines it. Burke tells him,
          "I think you'd better take it, Sam.  I think you need it". Sam
          replies, "For once in my life, that won't solve anything". He
          asks, "What happened, Vicky?" Vicky recounts what happened. Dr.
          Woodard comes out into the living room. Sam asks, "What happens
          now?" Woodard replies, "Wait till the ambulance comes. I can't
          do anything until I get her to the hospital. One thing I can tell
          you. She's going to need a sizable transfusion". Sam asks Woodard,
          "How sick is she?  What are the chances she's going to pull
          through?" Woodard refuses to hazard a guess, but Sam
          pressures him, saying, "Dave, we've been friends for a long
          time. You can tell me". Woodard answers, "I'd say if she
          makes it through tonight, her chances are good". Sam, shocked,
          asks, "You mean there's a chance she WON'T make it through
          tonight?" The ambulance comes.  Woodard assures Sam,
          "Sam, you've got to believe we're going to do everything
          we can to help that girl, everything!"
             Maggie is lying in a hospital bed in the Collinsport
          Hospital. Dr. Woodard, a nurse, and Sam are in the
          room with her. Woodard examines her and announces, "Her
          heartbeat is getting stronger, her pulse is steady. She
          seems to be getting a little better". He tells the nurse,
          "Get the oxygen equipment ready outside". The nurse leaves.
          Joe Haskell comes into the room and anxiously asks, "She's
          going to be all right, isn't she?" Maggie awakens and asks,
          "Where...Where..." Sam tells her, "You're sick, darling. 
          You're in the hospital". Seeing Sam and Joe there, Maggie
          tells them, "Glad to see you both here". Sam asks the doctor,
          "Can we talk to her for a minute?" The doctor replies, "Yes,
          but just for a minute. I don't want her to tire herself."
          He leaves. Sam asks Maggie, "What happened to you tonight?",
          but Maggie can remember nothing except, "I had a terrible
          dream tonight. It was the most terrible dream I've ever had, 
          but I can't remember what it was. I'm so scared, so scared!
          Joe, I'm sorry for picking that fight with you that other night.
          And Pop, promise me something. Promise me you'll take care of
          yourself. Don't drink too much".  Sam promises, "When you get
          well, I'll go on the wagon".  Maggie says, "I'm not going to
          get well.  I'm going to die".  Sam shouts, "Don't talk like that!
          You're not going to die!  You're going to get well!" The doctor
          comes back in and tells Sam and Joe to leave and let Maggie rest.
          Sam tells him, "I'm not leaving the hospital!"  The doctor replies,
          "There's a lounge at the end of the hall where you can stay".
          They leave. Maggie mutters, "What I said is true, true..." The
          doctor asks, "What's true, Maggie?" Maggie replies, "Nothing"
             The alarm clock by Maggie's bed reads 12:10. Maggie is
          sleeping peacefully. Dr. Woodard and the nurse are in the
          room with her. The doctor tells the nurse, "There's not much
          more I can do for her tonight. Stay here and watch over her.
          Call me if anything happens. Don't leave her alone for a
          moment! It's vitally important that someone be with her
          at all times. And one more thing. Make sure the window stays
          closed and locked at all times!". The nurse asks, "Why?" Woodard
          refuses to explain, teling her, "Don't ask me any questions.
          Just do it. I'll be at the hospital all night. Page me if you
          need me".
             Sam and Joe are sitting in the lounge. Joe notes, "It's
          2:00." Sam remarks, "Funny, I was sitting in this very place, in
          this very hospital the night Maggie was born. Now I'm sitting here
          waiting to find out if she's going to live". He begins to cry.
             The clock by Maggie's bed now reads 3:20. Maggie starts to
          sit up, but collapses back into bed. The nurse exclaims, "Miss
          Evans!" Maggie asks, "Who...". The nurse tells her, "I'm your
          nurse". Maggie asks, "Do me a favor. Could you open the
          window?" The nurse replies, "I can't do that". Maggie asks,
          "Why not?" The nurse replies, "Doctor's orders. He was very
          emphatic about it". Maggie starts to complain, "I can't breathe!
          I need fresh air!" Finally, the nurse remarks, "I don't see
          harm in opening it just a little crack, but that's all" and does
          so. Maggie tells her, "Thank you! Thank you!"  The nurse asks,
          "Felling better now?"  Maggie replies, "Yes, much better!"
             Joe tries to reassure Sam that Maggie will be all right,
          but Sam tells him, "You're thinking the same thing I am. I
          can see it in your eyes". Joe covers his face as if crying.
             Maggie sits up, gasps, and falls back down in bed. The
          nurse exclaims, "Miss Evans!" quickly goes and examines her.
          She listens with her stethoscope, then runs out of the room.
          There, she picks up the telephone to call Dr. Woodard, but
          Woodard happens to come into the room. The nurse tells Woodard,
          "Quick! It's Miss Evans! I can't detect any heartbeat, and she
          seems to have stopped breathing!" They rush inot Maggie's room.
          The bed is empty. The nurse exclaims, "I don't understand! She
          was there just a moment ago!  There was no heartbeat or breathing!
          Every indication was that she was dead!"  She sees that the window
          is now wide open and says, "And that window!  It was only open
          a crack!"  Outside, dogs howl...
          Episode 236
          Worldvision Rerun 26
          Tape Date:  May 12, 1967 (ABC #101-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 22, 1967 Monday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   Lela Swift

	    Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. A distant moon, cold and bright against 
		  a black sky, looks down on Collinwood and the country around. What it
		  sees is not reflected in its unshadowed gaze. It remains as always 
		  an unblinking eye, passive to the terrors that stalk the earth below.
		  Indifferent to life and death alike, it watches as a young woman gasps 
		  a final breath. And perhaps it sees from its cold corner of the sky the 
		  fate that lurks beyond the final gasp... and waits... and waits for the 
		  last silence."

             Sam asks the doctor, "Gone?! What do you mean she's gone?!"
          Joe asks, "Do you mean she's dead?" Dr. Woodard replies, "No,
          that's not what I meant. The nurse left the room briefly to get
          me and when we went in there, she had disappeared. I'm having
          the whole hospital grounds searched". Joe turns to Sam and
          says, "I think I know where she might be". Sam asks, "Eagle
          Hill Cementary?" Joe replies, "That's right". Joe leaves.
          Sam tries to be positive and announces, "He'll find her!
          He'll find her alive!". Noticing the expression on Dr. Woodard's
          face, Sam asks, "What's wrong?" Woodard tells him, "The nurse 
          said when she last saw her, Maggie didn't seem to have a
          heartbeat!". Sam exclaims, "What?!" Woodard explains, "Maybe
          she was in severe shock. In some cases of severe shock, the
          heartbeat becomes almost imperceptible". Sam tries to believe,
          "Yes. That must be it". He then says, "But if it isn't, that
          means someone must have come in and taken her..."
             Meanwhile, Maggie is walking through the woods...
             Dr. Woodard tries to give Sam some sedatives, but Sam refuses
          to take them, saying, "I'm not going to take anything until 
          Maggie is found!" Burke rushes in and breathelessly says, "I
          called earlier they told me something about Maggie disappearing!"
          Sam tells him, "She's disappeared. We don't know whether she's
          dead or alive". Joe comes in. Sam asks, "You didn't find her?"
          Joe replies, "No, I was over every inch of Eagle Hill Cementary.
          She's not there. I don't know where to look next". Burke
          remarks, "There's one person who might know. Someone knew she
          was at Eagle Hill Cemetary last time and telephoned Vicky.
          Vicky had a hunch about who it was." Joe asks, "Who?" Burke
          replies, "Willie Loomis". Joe, dubious, asks, "You really think
          it was Willie Loomis?" Burke replies, "I don't know, but it's
          worth a try".
             Burke and Joe go to the old house. Burke knocks on the door.
          Barnabas answers. He asks, "What brings you two at this time
          of night?" and invites them in. Joe explains, "We'd like to
          talk to Willie Loomis". Barnabas replies, "I'm sorry, but he's
          not here. I sent him to Bangor to do some work for me, and he
          won't be back until tomorrow". Burke tells Barnabas, "Maggie
          Evans has disappeared again". Barnabas asks, "What does that
          have to do with Willie?" He is told that Maggie was found the
          other night because of a phone call to Maggie telling her
          where Maggie was, that Willie had come to the Evan's cottage
          just a little before the phone call and became very upset when
          he learned that Maggie was missing, that Vicky thinks there
          might be a connection. Barnabas replies, "It couldn't have
          been Willie. He came back here right away the night I sent
          him to the Evans Cottage, and there's no phone here. Sorry,
          but Willie can be of absolutely no help to you whatsoever".
          Joe notices a funny look on Burke's face and asks, "What's
          the matter, Burke?" Burke replies, "I thought I heard a board
          creak, as if someone was walking in the house". Barnabas 
          explains, "No one else is in the house. I'm alone in here. The 
          house often creaks in the wind. I've learned to ignore it".   
          Burke and Joe leave. After a few moments, Barnabas says,
          "It's all right now. They're gone". Maggie comes out from
          behind a door to the left of the fireplace. Barnabas tells
          her, "You're safe, safe here with me".
             Barnabas takes Maggie up to Josette's room. He tells her,
          "Come in. Don't be afraid. This is YOUR room. It's just as
          you left it, long, long ago. Nothing's changed, not even us". 
          He pauses, then says, "Well, perhaps you have changed. You're
          even more lovely than I remember you, Josette". Seeing that
          Maggie is puzzled, Barnabas explains, "Yes, that will be your
          name from now on. In time, you will think like her, act like
          her, become her. Together, we will enjoy the life that was
          denied to us for so many years". He pauses, then looks into
          the air and says, "Oh, Josette. She should never have denied
          herself to me. She should never have dashed her body on
          those rocks. I was trying to give her life, not death. 
          Not life as other men know it, but life nevertheless."
          He turns to Maggie and tells her, "We will live together
             Barnabas goes to a chest at the foot of the bed and tells
          Maggie, "I have something for you, here in this chest". He
          opens the chest and takes out a wedding gown. He tells her,
          "It has survived here, as we have survived all these years".
          He gives it to her and tells her, "It's your wedding gown.
          Soon, you will be my bride!" He tells her, "I have something
          else for you". He goes to a table and gets a box. He brings
          it to her and tells her, "I brought it back from the orient
          for you. I had intended to give it to you on a very special
          day. That day has arrived". He opens the top of the box.
          Beautiful music plays. He asks, "Do you hear it? This is
          your music. Listen to it and all fears, all loneliness, all
          unhappiness will disappear".
          Episode 237
          Worldvision Rerun 27
          Tape Date:  May 14, 1967 (ABC #102-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 23, 1967  Tuesday
          Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
          Director:   Lela Swift

		Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My Name is Victoria Winters. The mysterious disappearance of a girl has
		  baffled everyone at Collinwood, and those who are close to her. The girl, 
		  seemingly dead, has left no traces. A desparate search is underway to find 
		  her before a horrible fate destroys her forever."

             In the foyer at Collinwood, Vicky and Jason are talking 
          about Maggie's disappearance. Jason suggests, "Maybe she just
          walked out". Vicky replies, "But the reason the nurse left
          is that she examined Maggie and Maggie seemed to be dead!"
          Jason exclaims, "Dead?!" Vicky replies, "She wasn't breathing.
          The nurse went to get the doctor, and when they came back,
          Maggie was gone!" Burke and Sheriff Patterson come to 
          Collinwood. Vicky asks, "Have you found Maggie?" The sheriff
          tells her, "Not yet", then asks that everyone step into the
          drawing room to discuss the case. Burke and Vicky go in.
          The sheriff asks, "Mr. McGuire?" Jason explains, "I have to
          go to work", but the sheriff insists, saying, "It's best if
          you heard this too". Jason and the sheriff go into the drawing
             The sheriff gives an update on what's happened. He explains,
          "The bloodhounds couldn't find a trail outside that window.
          Their handler said he'd never seen them act so strangely 
          before. He said they almost seemed frightened. For now, we
          have to keep open the possiblity that Miss Evans was abducted
          by person or persons unknown". Burke asks, "Vicky, have you 
          told the sheriff about that telephone call?" Vicky recounts
          the call to the sheriff. He asks, "Did you recognize the voice?"
          Vicky replies, "No, it was muffled". The sheriff suggests, "Then
          it might have been someone you knew disguising his voice. Did
          anything strange happen before the call?" Vicky replies, "No".
          The sheriff asks, "Did you talk to anyone before the call?"
          Vicky replies, "Yes. Willie Loomis came by with a message for
          Mr. Evans. He seemed quite disturbed when he learned about 
          Maggie's disappearance". The sheriff asks, "How long after
          this did you receive the telephone call?" Vicky responds,
          "About 10 minutes". The sheriff asks, "Now think carefully.
          Could it have been Willie?" Vicky replies, "I can't say one
          way or the other". The sheriff remarks, "I think it's time for
          a heart-to-heart with Willie Loomis" and excuses himself.
             Jason intercepts the sheriff in the foyer on his way out.
          He asks, "Do you have any grounds for accusing Willie?" The
          sheriff replies, "I'm not accusing him of anything. I just
          want to ask him some questions". Jason assures him, "I'm
          sure it's just a misunderstanding". The sheriff remarks,
          "And those incidents in town. Were those misunderstandings?
          I've checked up on him. He has a police record." Jason
          insists,"They were for minor offenses, misunderstanidngs".
          The sheriff remarks, "I had a check made on YOU too". Jason
          asks, "And?" The sheriff replies, "You're clear". Nevertheless,
          he asks, "Do you have any information on the case?" Jason 
          replies, "No". The sheriff tells him, "In that case, I think
          I'll go down to the old house now and introduce myself to 
          Willie" and leaves.
             Vickly asks Burke, "Where could she be?" Burke reassures her,
          "We'll find her". Vicky tells him, "There's one thing that
          bothers me more than anything else. It's what the nurse said,
          that Maggie was dead". Burke tells her, "We'll go to the 
          doctor. I'm sure she was mistaken". Vicky, worried, asks,
          "Was she? Was she really?"
             The sheriff arrives at the old house. The door is unlocked.
          He knocks, but, receiving no answer, goes in and looks around.
          After a few moments, Willie comes down the stairs. The sheriff
          asks, "Loomis? Willie Loomis?" Willie replies, "Yes I am". 
          Seeing that Willie looks a little spooked, the sheriff asks,
          "What's the matter?" Willie replies, "Nothing. I just didn't
          expect to see anyone, that's all. You took me by surprise". 
          He tells the sheriff, "Mr. Collins won't be back till
          night". The sheriff tells him, "Actually, it was YOU I wanted
          to speak to. It's about the disappearance of Maggie Evans.
          Where were you about 9:00 last night?". Willie replies, "In
          Bangor". The sheriff remarks, "Last night was the second time
          Miss Evans disappeared. Where were you the first time? Were
          you anywhere near Eagle Hill cemetary that night?" Willie 
          replies that he was not. The sheriff asks, "Vicky says you
          visited the Evan's cottage that night. Where did you go after
          that?" Willie replies, "Back here". The sheriff asks, "Did 
          you make a phone call to her?" Willie replies, "No, there's 
          no phone here". The sheriff asks, "Did you make a telephone
          call to her anywhere?" Willie replies, "No". The sheriff,
          dubious of Willie, tells him, "I'm going to watch you 
          like a hawk. If you do anything out of line, I'm coming
          after you. And if that girl turns up dead, I'm going to
          have you arrested for murder!" 
             Vicky and Burke are in Dr. David Woodard's office. They
          asks him about the nurse's claim that Maggie was dead.
          Dr. Woodard tells them, "I asked her about that. She was
          quite insulted that I doubted her. She's an experienced
          professional. She stated explicitly that, as far as she
          could tell, Maggie Evans was dead". He pauses a moment then
          says, "It's possible that after such a severe loss of blood,
          she went into shock and fell into a catatonic state that
          reproduced all the signs of death. And with her history
          of sleepwalking, it's possible she just got up and walked
          away". He admits, "I've never encountered a condition like this
          before. I'm just waiting for the blood test to come back to see
          it they tell me anything. I've alse contacted some colleagues to
          see if they know what it might be". Vicky reminds him, "But there
          was a case like this right here in Collinsport!  Willie Loomis".
          The doctor remarks, "Well, Willie's illness WAS vaguely like
          Maggie's, but he recovered". He pauses for a moment then says,
          "Maybe it WOULD be useful to talk to Willie..."
              There's a knock at the old house door. Willie answers. It's
          Jason. He tells Willie, "I want to have a little chat with you,
          Willie!" Willie protests, "I can't. I'm busy". Jason replies,
          "I'm going to talk to you whether you like it or not. The sheriff
          came to question you. What did you tell him?". Willie replies,
          "Nothing!"  Jason tells Willie's that his coming under suspicion
          is affecting him, Jason McGuire. He tells him, "He had ME checked
          out too!" He orders him, "Quit your job and leave town!" Willie
          replies, "I can't" He raises the hammer he's been holding and
          tells Jason, "Get out of here and never come back!" Infuriated,
          Jason knocks the hammer from Willie's hand, knocks him to the
          ground and slaps him hard several times, then tells him, "That's
          a small sample of what I'll do to you if you don't get out of
          town. If you don't, I'm prepared to go all the way. You know
          I will, Willie boy!" 
             Jason exits the old house. In the woods, he starts to hear
          the sound of dogs howling. The howling gets louder, as if the
          dogs are getting closer. Jason looks frightened.
          Episode 238
          Worldvision Rerun 28
          Tape Date:  May 16, 1967 (ABC #103-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 24, 1967 Wednesday
          Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
          Director:   Lela Swift

		 Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. The search for the missing girl continues.
		  She seems to have vanished into thin air, but, she is hidden in a place 
		  no one would think to look... a place closeby... a place where she is to
		  play her part in a diabolical fantasy."

             At Collinwood, Carolyn comes out into the foyer and looks
          at the clock. It reads 5:15. Carolyn goes back into the 
          drawing room. Vicky walks into the foyer from the door under the
          stairs and goes to the front door. She opens it and picks up a
          newspaper lying outside. She opens it up. The banner reads
          "Collinsport Star" in old English letters. The headline, in huge
          letters, reads, "LOCAL GIRL MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEARS". Below the
          headling is a picture of Maggie. Vicky takes the newspaper into
          the drawing room and tells Elizabeth, who's working at the desk,
          "The evening paper's just arrived. There's a story about Maggie
          on the front page". Elizabeth asks, "Anything new?" Vicky replies,
          "No, it just says she's missing". Elizabeth tells Vicky and
          Carolyn, "I don't want either of you going out at night.
          If Maggies has been kidnapped, I have a feeling whoever
          did it won't stop at that". Vicky protests, "But Miss
          Stoddard, no one knows she HAS been kidnapped. The doctor
          says she might have sleepwalked away". Elizabeth replies,
          "If that's what happened, she would've been found by now.
          I don't want either of you going out alone!" She tells them,
          "Dinner will be in an hour" and leaves the room. Carolyn
          remarks, "Now this REALLY is a prison". Vicky suggest, "Why
          don't we go out on a walk together on the grounds and get 
          some fresh air. Let's go to the old house and see the progress 
          Mr. Collins is making".
             Vicky and Carolyn go to the old house.  Carolyn remarks,
          "It feels 5 degrees colder here!"  Vicky explains, "That's
          because we're closer to the sea here".  Vicky knocks at the
          door. They wait, but there is no answer. After a few moments,
          Carolyn remarks, "At least we got the fresh air" and they turn
          to leave. Suddenly, the door opens a crack. They go back. 
          Vicky calls, "Mr. Collins?", but there's no one there. The
          door has apparently opened all by itself. Vicky remarks, "My
          knocking must have jarred the door open. Come on, let's
          go in". Carolyn replies, "We can't. No one's home". Vicky
          explains, "Mr. Collins said we could drop by anytime. Come on, 
          I want to show you how it's changed!" Carolyn begs, "Please,
          Vicky, don't go in there!" But Vicky goes in and calls,
          "Mr. Collins? Willie?". She receives no answer. Carolyn 
          reluctantly follows Vicky in. Once inside, she exclaims, "Is
          this the same place?!", utterly amazed at how well the
          place has been restored. They admire the furniture and the
          chandelier. About the chandelier, now clean and sparkling,
          Vicky remarks, "I remember this as a haven for spiders and
          cobwebs". Carolyn agrees, "That's the way I remember it too".
          Vicky tells her, "The most amazing thing is that Willie did all
          this". Carolyn sees the new portrait of Barnabas being painted by
          Sam and remarks, "It looks just like the one in the foyer".
          Vicky notes, "Even the hands held the same way".  Carolyn remarks,
          "It could almost be a portrait of the same man!"  The portrait does
          indeed resemble the one in the foyer, the only difference being the
          modern clothing worn in the new one. Vicky remarks, "I wonder what
          they've done upstairs. Let's go up and take a look". Carolyn
          warns against this, saying, "This isn't a museum", but Vicky
          insists, saying, "In a way, it is.  A man who takes such a great
          interest in the past would want to show it to people.  I'm sure
          he'd like us to appreciate it".  They go upstairs.
             They enter a room furnished in a feminine style. Vicky remarks,
          "This seems to be the only room upstairs which has been restored.
          I guess he's restoring them one at a time".  Carolyn sees that the
          portrait of Josette is hanging over the fireplace and exclaims,
          "Look! The portrait of Josette!" Vicky replies, "Wonderful! David's
          going to be thrilled when he hears about this!" Carolyn remarks,
          "Actually, I think it looks BETTER up here". Carolyn starts admiring
          the objects on the vanity, "A comb, a mirror... everything
          a woman of that century could want!"  Vicky picks up a perfume
          bottle and says, "There's even liquid in the perfume bottle!",
          uncaps it, takes a sniff and exclaims, "I recognize this perfume!
          It's Jasmine!" Suddenly, the door slams shut. Vicky remarks,
          "It mus be the wind" She opens it and finds Willie standing
             Willie comes in and exclaims, "What are you doing in here?"
          Vicky replies, "Mr. Collins said we could come drop by any
          time we wanted". Willie asks, "You haven't touched anything,
          have you?" Vicky replies, "No". Willie looks at the things
          on the vanity and says, "These have been touched!" Vicky
          explains, "We were just admiring them". Carolyn asks, "What is
          this room used for? Is anyone staying here?" Willie, suddenly
          acting very nervously, replies, "Nothing. It isn't being used
          for anything. No one's staying here.  It's getting dark. You two
          had better go!" Vicky and Carolyn leave. Willie looks around the
          room for awhile, then leaves too.
             Vicky and Carolyn go downstairs. Carolyn remarks that
          the stairs which used to be so rickety are now so solid.
          Vicky shouts back to Willie, "When you see Mr. Collins, tell
          him what a good job he's done". They are startled to hear
          Barnabas' voice asks, "Why don't you tell me yourself". 
          They find that Barnabas is now downstairs. They tell what
          a marvellous restoration job he has done. He tells them, "It's
          reactions like that that makes it all seem worthwhile". Carolyn
          tells him she likes the room upstairs, saying, "I've never seen
          such a feminine room in my life". Barnabas replies, "Yes.  It's
          filled with feminitity.  I've restored to to the way it used to
          be".  Vicky remarks, "I know whose room it was. Josette Collins'".
          Barnabas replies, "Yes. How did you know?" Vicky replies, "I
          recognized the perfume". Carolyn reminds Vicky, "Mother doesn't want
          us out after dark because of what's been happening in town."
          Unseen in the background, Willie gets a very guilty look on his
          face.  Vicky asks Barnabas, "One more question. The woman in the
          story you told us. Who was that?"  Barnabas replies, "Josette
          Collins". Vicky asks, "And the lover who ran after her, who was
          he?" Barnabas replies, "I don't know. It wasn't recorded".
             After Vicky and Carolyn leave, Willie comes down. Barnabas
          remarks, "Very pleasant guests. Willie, you always get nervous
          when I talk to people. You'll get used to it. Now, finish the
          preparations for our dinner guest". 
             At Collinwood, Elizabeth scolds Vicky and Carolyn for being
          out after dark. Vicky and Carolyn gush about Barnabas' 
          restoration of Collinwood, especially of Josette's room. 
          Elizabeth remarks, "I can't for the life of me understand why he'd
          want to restore Josette's room".
             At the old house, a dinner table has been set in the living
          room. Barnabas tells Willie, "Now to show our guest in". Willie
          goes upstairs. A few minutes later, Maggie comes walking down
          the stairs, dressed in a bridal gown. She offers her hand to
          Barnabas. He takes it, saying, "Ah, Josette my darling, welcome!"
             The picture fades from a shot of Maggie's face to a shot
          of Josette's portrait. Though no one has remarked on it before,
          they look very much alike...
          Episode 239
          Worldvision Rerun 29
          Tape Date:  May 15, 1967 (ABC #104-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 25, 1967 Thursday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   Lela Swift

		 Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. A gentle night wind blows over Collinwood
		  and all is silent and peaceful. For there is no real peace in the night, 
		  for those in the great house and for those beyond it. For one man 
		  especially the approach of nightfall brings with it ever-increasing 
		  desparation, for a search is in progress... a search for a missing girl...
		  once believed to be dead."

             Sam is at the Blue Whale, pacing around. Joe comes in.
          Sam moans, "Where could she be, where?"
             At the old house, Barnabas seats Maggie at the table
          then sits down opposite her. He orders, "Willie, light the
          candles. Josette is ready to dine". Willie asks, "Why do
          you call her that? Her name is Maggie". Barnabas tells
          him, "That is her name now. From now on, you are to call
          her Miss Josette and Miss Josette only". Willie lights the 
          candles and leaves to get dinner. Barnabas remarks to Maggie,
          "You've brought your musicbox with you, my dear. You're very
          fond of it, aren't you? That's because I gave it to you.
          Very soon, you will be my bride. Play it. That was your 
          favorite tune. Hearing it brought you back to me". Willie
          brings a couple of drinks. Barnabas toasts, "To you, my
          dear, forever!"
             At the Blue Whale, Joe tries to get Sam's mind off
          Maggie. He asks, "How's that portrait of Barnabas going?"
          Sam replies, "I can't work until Maggie's found. In fact,
          I was going to go and tell Barnabas that tonight". Joe
          tells him, "My car's outside" and offers to take him.
             At the old house, Barnabas tells Josette, "Look at me,
          dear, look into my eyes. All I want to do is make you
          happy. You must never be frightened of me. You were once
          and ended your life at Widow's Hill". Barnabas starts to
          reminisce, "When I first met you, you were a dark girl
          of 18. You didn't speak a word of English. It was my
          job to teach you..."
             Outside, Joe and Sam arrive at the front door of the
          old house. Sam knocks. There is no answer. Sam, puzzled,
          remarks, "That's strange. He's usually home".
             Inside, Barnabas tells Willie, "Tell whoever it is I
          can't be disturbed!" Willie goes to the door and answers
          it. He is shocked to see it is Sam and Joe. He tells them
          that Barnabas can't be disturbed, but Sam insists, "It's
          important". Willie tells him, "Wait here".
             Willie goes in and tells Barnabas, "It's them! It's her
          father Sam and Joe Haskell! They say it's important!".
          Maggie seems to react to this.  Barnabas decides, "I'd better
          see them. I don't want to arouse any suspicion. Take Josette
          upstairs". Willie takes Maggie upstairs. Barnabas lets Sam
          and Joe in. He asks, "Any word of Maggie?" Sam replies, "None.
          It's as if she's vanished into thin air. About the portrait,
          I think we're going to have to stop temporarily". Barnabas
          replies, "Of course. I understand". Sam apologizes, "Sorry".
          Barnabas responds, "You don't have to be. Even if you had the
          time, I don't.  I have a plan to start a business of my own
          in town, and I find myself increasingly busy".  Sam tells
          Barnabas he'll pack up his equipement.  Joe tells Sam he'll help.
             Upstairs, Maggie is wandering around in Josette's room.
          Willie tries to get her to sit down. Suddenly, she hears
          a voice from downstairs say, "Sam. Do you want me to take
          the easel too?" Another voice replies, "No, I'll leave that
          here". Maggie bolts up and exclaims, "I heard voices!" 
          Willie lies, "You didn't hear anything" Maggie starts to 
          snap out of her daze and asks, "Where am I?" Willie replies,
          "You know. This is your room". Maggie says, "No it isn't!
          I've never been here before. Why am I here? I want to leave!
          Voices! I hear voices! I do!"
             Downstairs, Sam notices the dinner table and remarks, "I
          see I came at a bad time. You have company". Barnabas asks,
          "How did you know?" Sam replies, "The dinner table. I didn't
          know you had any friends around here". Barnabas replies, "I
          don't, but I have my family".
             Upstairs, Maggie says, "Voices! I hear voices! It's Pop's
          voice. And Joe! I have to go to them!"
             Downstairs, Joe tells Sam, "I've put all the gear in the
          car. Ready to go?". Sam replies, "Yes".
             Upstairs, Maggie struggles free and tries to run towards
          the door, but Willie manages to catch her. Maggie cries out.
          In the struggle, some furniture is knocked over.
             Downstairs, Sam, hearing the noise, asks, "What's that?"
          Barnabas explains, "Willie must have dropped something.  He's
          not the most adjile of servants".  Joe and Sam, having apparently
          heard only the crash and not the scream, accept this explanaion.
             Upstairs, Willie is holding Maggie, covering her mouth
          with his hand to keep her from screaming. The sound of a
          car driving off is heard. Willie lets Maggie go. She screams,
          "Pop! Don't go!", but Willie tells her, "It's too late, they're
          gone". Maggie collapses onto a chair in despair. Barnabas
          comes in.
             Joe is driving along. Sam is in the passenger seat. Suddenly,
          Sam exclaims, "There! That woman! It's Maggie!", but then
          says, disappointed, "No, it's not her. Every woman I see, I
          think it might be her". Joe remarks, "I get the strange feeling
          that Maggie is close to us, so close we could almost touch
          her, but can't ".
             At the old house, Barnabas has gone upstairs to Josette's room.
          He tells Willie, "Get out of here, Willie". Willie tries to protect
          Maggie, lying, "It was my fault! I knocked it over accidently!",
          but Barnabas does not believe him and order him, "Go!" Willie
          begs, "Don't hurt her...", but Barnabas orders "I SAID GO!".
          Willie reluctantly leaves.
             Barnabas asks Maggie, "Why did you cry out, Josette, why
          did you cry out? You tried to escape, you tried to leave me.
          No. You must never leave me! YOU MUST NEVER LEAVE ME! You're
          never going to leave me, never! I've going to have to punish 
          you!" He walks towards her, fangs bared...
          Episode 240
          Worldvision Rerun 30
          Tape Date:  May 17, 1967 (ABC #105-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 26, 1967 Friday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   Lela Swift

		 Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. The evenings at Collinwood are quiet now
		  and long. But the twilight seems to hold menace in their lengthening 
		  shadows, an omen of rain, and the quiet is disturbed by the strange
		  disappearance of a young woman. It remains a mystery no search can solve.
		  And as the evening comes once again... even the strongest hopes falter...
		  and the night wind says again the word... 'Lost. Lost.'"

             Roger is in the drawing room of Collinwood reading
          the Collinsport Star article about Maggie's disappearance.
          He walks into the foyer and finds David and Vicky there.
          David excitedly tells him, "Father! Vicky's found her!" 
          Roger, exclaims, "What?!" David explins, "Vicky found the
          portrait of Josette! If the portrait of Josette is there,
          so is Josette" Roger replies, in a very irritated voice,
          "You're too old to believe in such fantasies!" Vicky sends
          David off to wash up for dinner. Roger tells Vicky, "I 
          thought David was talking about Maggie Evans." Vicky replies,
          "It would have been wonderful if she had been found". Roger
          asks, "No word yet?" Vicky replies, "None. I don't know how
          David can get so excited about finding a portrait when a
          real person is missing".
             David, instead of getting washed up as ordered, has snuck
          off to the old house. He knocks, but, receiving no answer,
          goes and looks in through the window. He sees Maggie wandering 
          around inside dressed in the wedding dress and, thinking it's
          the ghost of Josette, starts shouting  "Josette! Please let me
          in! Josette!"  He runs to the door and starts to bang on it.
          There is no answer. David runs back to the window but sees
          that "Josette" is no longer in the room.  Disappointed, David
          starts to leave, but suddenly, the front doors open a crack.
          David goes in.  There is no one there. The doors seem to have
          opened by themselves. David calls, "Josette?" and looks around.
          He calls out, "Josette, where are you? It's me, David! Josette,
          where are you?" Finding no one there and getting no answer, David
          goes upstairs.
             David goes into Josette's room and sees Josette's portrait
          hanging there. He exclaims, "Josette!  I know your ARE here!
          I just saw you. But why do you seem so far away?" Barnabas
          comes into the room and asks, "David! What are you doing 
          here?" David replies, "Nothing". Barnabas asks, "I thought I
          heard voices. Did I? Is someone here with you" David replies,
          "No, not really, I was talking to Josette". Barnabas exclaims, 
          "Josette!?" David explains, "Well, not really Josette, I was 
          talking to her picture. I thought I saw her again". Barnabas
          asks, "Where did you see her?" David replies, "Downstairs.
          I saw her through the window". Barnabas reminds David that
          it's bad manners to look through someone's windows. David
          apoligizes, saying, "I keep forgetting you live here now".
          Barnabas tells David, "You've got to stop this Josette fantasy!"*.
          David tells Barnabas, "It isn't a fantasy, and I have proof!
          When I first tried the door, it was locked, but later it 
          opened all by itself. It must've been Josette". Barnabas
          explains, "Old houses are capricious like that. The wood
          is warped. One moment, a door may stick, the next moment,
          it may suddenly fly open." He gestures at the portrait of
          Josette and tells David, "Stand up. Look at it. What do you
          see?" David replies, "Josette". Barnabas corrects him, "Josette,
          or a PICTURE of Josette?". David replies, "Well, a picture of
          Josette. But Barnabas, wherever the portrait is, SHE is".
          Barnabas tells him, "Take a long look at the portrait, David.
          Do you feel her anywere near?"  David admits, "No". Barnabas
          tells him, "She's gone, David".  David moans, "Josette..."
             Barnabas takes David back to Collinwood and tells Roger and
          Vicky what happened. Roger reprimands David. Barnabas tells
          Roger not to be so angry with David, saying, "He forgot I
          lived there. He was only looking for Josette, but I convinced
          him she isn't there". Roger tells Barnabas he'd like to talk
          to him in the drawing room. They go into the drawing room.
             In the foyer, David tells Vicky, "I know Mr. Collins is
          probably right, but I can't help thinking she's there. She
          different somehow, but I can't figure out how". 
             Roger apoligizes to Barnabas and assures him it won't happen
          again. He tells him, "I had thought David had outgrown this
          juvenile fantasy". He tells him he thinks he knows what's 
          caused it to re-occur, the atmosphere in the house caused by
          Maggie Evan's disappearance. Barnabas asks how the search for
          Maggie is going. Roger replies, "There've been no clues, no
          clues at all. No one even knows if the poor girl's dead or 
          alive." Barnabas asks, "There must be some hope" Roger replies,
          "Less and less every day. There is one slim hope. Dr. Woodard 
          has some blood samples. He seems to have some suspicions and 
          thinks they might help him verify them." He adds, "I've never 
          gotten along with Sam Evans, but I almost feel sorry for him. 
             David says, "I keep thinking about it, but I can't figure
          out. She was different!" Vicky tells him to go eat dinner
          and apoligize for not being there when everyone else was
          having dinner. David keeps mulling over how Josette was
          different and says, "Next time I go there..." Vicky gets
          angry at him and tells him to stop it. She tells him to go
          to dinner. He goes through the door under the stairs. Vicky
          goes to her room. A few moments later, David comes back out
          into the foyer. He looks and sees that Vicky has left. He
          then listens at the drawing room doors and hearing Barnabas
          still in there, sneaks out of the house. 
             Vicky and Roger are in the drawing room. Roger tells
          Vicky that David didn't show up for dinner and blames her
          for it. Vicky protests, "I can't keep an eye on him every 
          minute!" Roger tells her he doesn't expect her to, but that he
          does blames her for her laxity with David, the general lack of
          discipline that's letting David think he can do whatever he wants.  
          Vicky tells him, "I know where he probably is. The old house".
          Roger tells her, "See what I mean? It's because of your lack
          of discipline that he goes there all the time. I just told
          Barnabas half an hour ago he wouldn't go there anymore".
          Roger tells Vicky that he thinks her concern about Maggie
          might be affecting David. He tells her, "I know you're worried
          about Maggie, but try not to show it to David". This upsets
          Vicky greatly. Roger apoligizes for being unfeeling. He
          volunteers to go the the old house to get David. Vicky 
          accepts his apology and insists on going instead. They
          decide to go together. 
             David arrives at the old house. He knock, but there is
          no answer. He goes in and calls, "Josette? Josette?" 
          Maggie comes down the stairs. David smiles and exclaims,
          *Now that's the pot calling the kettle black!   
          Episode 241
          Worldvision Rerun 31
          Tape Date:  May 18, 1967 (ABC #106-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 29, 1967 Monday
          Writer:     Malcolm Marmorstein
          Director:   John Sedwick

		 Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. Two people will face a frigtening fantasy 
		  of an exsistence out of the past. A young boy, who believes that he can 
		  communicate with an apparition, and a missing girl who is unable to 
		  remember her true identity."

             Maggie, who's still in some sort of daze, asks, "Someone 
          called me?" David replies, "It's me, David Collins!" Maggie 
          remarks, "David Collins? I know that name." David replies, 
          "Of course you know me. I come here all the time. Where 
          have you been?" Maggie replies, "I've been away, away to 
          a place of death, but I've come back. I lived here a long, 
          long time ago". David remarks, "I was afraid you'd never 
          come back". Maggie replies, "I had to". David hears the 
          music and asks, "What's that?" Maggie explains, "Music from 
          my music box. It's a gift from someone. It plays music from
          long ago. I listen to it all night". David remarks, "This is
          the longest time I've ever talked with you!"  Maggie tells
          him, "Yes. I want to talk.  There's something I must say,
          but I can't remember what it is..." David tells her how
          happy he is to have found her portrait again. Maggie
          remarks, "I've seen that portrait. Something about it.
          That face..." David says, "It's YOUR face.  I LOVE that
          portrait!  I almost cried when they took it down, but
          now that I know where it is, I'm much happier".  He points
          out the painting of Barnabas sitting on an easel and remarks,
          "This is the painting that's going to hang above the fireplace
          in its place. Mr. Evans is painting it". Maggie reacts to the
          mention of the name "Evans". She remarks, "Evans! I know
          that name!" David continues, "It's Barnabas Colllins. He's
          my cousin". Maggie reacts to that name too and starts saying,
          "Barnabas Collins! No! No! No!" David asks, "You look
          frightened. Why are you frightened?", but Maggie just keeps
          saying, "Barnabas...Barnabas...Barnabas...". There's a knock
          at the front door. David looks over towards the door. He hears
          Vicky's voice calling, "David? Are you in there?", followed by
          Roger's voice demanding, "David! Open this door!" David turns
          back to Maggie and is surprised to find that she is gone. He
          asks, "Josette?! Where'd you go?" He goes and opens the
          front doors. Vicky and Roger come in. Roger asks, "Where's
          Barnabas. Have you seen him?" David replies, "No". Roger
          derisively asks, "I know why you come here. You come here
          to see Josette. Have you seen HER?" David lies, "No".
          Vicky sniffs the air and asks, "Are you sure she hasn't been
          here?" David replies, "Yes". Barnabas returns home. Roger
          tells Barnabas, "Well, Barnabas, I'm afraid your household
          is full of unexpected guests again" and explains to him that
          David's come to the old house again and apoligizes to him.
          Barnabas turns to David and says, in a rather angry tone,
          "Your fondness for this house is insatiable". David explains,
          "I wanted to see Josette again".  Barnabas asks, "And did you
          see her?"  David lies, "No". Barnabas asks,  "Did you go
          upstairs?" David replies, "No". Roger promises Barnabas, "This
          will never happen again". Barnabas tells him, "No harm done".
          Roger looks at the portrait Sam's been doing and admires it.
          Barnabas tells him, "Sam Evans is doing it.  He hasn't been able
          to work on it the last week, as you can well imagine".  Roger
          remarks, "It's remarkably like the portrait of Barnabas
          Collins in the foyer! Don't you think so, David?" David says,
          Barnabas Collins...Barnabas Collins..." Barnabas asks, "Why
          are you saying my name so strangely, David?". David stops.
          Roger, Vicky and David leave. Barnabas takes his coat off, hangs
          it on the coat rack and goes upstairs.
             Upstairs in Josette's room, Maggie sits down at the vanity
          and listens to her music box. Barnabas comes in and closes the
          music box. He asks, "Josette, there were people here. Did you
          see them?" Maggie replies, "I don't remember..." Barnabas tells
          her, "I want you to remember something. No one is to see you".
          Maggie repeats, "No one is to see me". Barnabas tells her, "If
          anyone is to come the house, you are to stay here".  Maggie
          asks, "Why?" Barnabas tells her, "They wouldn't understand
          that you're Josette.  You resemble someone else.  They might
          call you by another name, Maggie Evans". Maggie reacts to this,
          "Evans?"  Barnabas tells her, "Your name is Josette Collins."
          Maggie echoes, "Josette Collins.  My name is Josette Collins".
          Barnabas continues, "You have always been Josette Collins, no
          matter what anyone says.  You have always been Josette Collins".
          Maggie repeats, "I am Josette Collins, no one else. I am Josette
          Collins. Barnabas hands her her music box. She opens it and
             There is a knock at the front doors of the old house.
          Barnabas answers. It is Sheriff Patterson. Patterson tells
          Barnabas, I wonder if I might talk with you for a few minutes."
          Barnabas lets him in. The sheriff says, "I'd like to talk to
          you about Willie Loomis. Do you know what kind of man he is?
          Do you know he has a police record?" Barnabas replies that he
          knows all about Willie's past. The sheriff asks, "Where was he
          between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. on the night Miss Evans disappeared?"
          Barnabas replies, "Part of the time, he spent here. I then sent
          him to Bangor where he had to pick up some fabric early the next
          day. As you know, I'm doing some restorations here". The sheriff
          asks, "What about two nights ago, the night Maggie Evans was found
          wandering in the cemetary? You sent him to the Evan's Cottage
          that night. How long was he gone?" Barnabas replies, "Just the
          time it takes to go the Evan's cottage and come back. Half an
          hour, at most". The sheriff asks, "Are you willing to swear an
          affidavit to what you've said?" Barnabas replies, "Yes".
          The sheriff tells Barnabas, "Guess that's all for now.
          Thank you for your time". Suddenly, Josette's music starts
          to play upstairs. The sheriff asks, "What's that?" Barnabas
          tells him, "It's an old music box I'm restoring.  I had just
          wound it when you came.  Apparently, the staring mechanism
          needs my immediate attention.  It couldn't stand the tension".
          The sheriff leaves.
             At Collinwood, Roger angrily tells David, "David, I simply
          cannot have this happen again!" David replies, "It won't.
          Honest!" Roger tells Vicky to have David write out the word
          "honest" and its definition 50 times as punishment. David
          sarcastically remarks, "Thanks a lot!"
             Vicky is taking David upstairs to his room. On the stairs,
          she pauses and asks, "David, what did you really see at the
          Old House?"  David lies, "Nothing!", but Vicky tells him, "You
          can fool your father but you can't fool me. The room smelled of
          Jasmine.  Did you see Josette?" David admits,"I did, and it was
          great!" He tells her, "She was different this time, she stayed
          a lot longer that she usually does, and we talked. She tried to
          tell me something, but couldn't remember what it was. And she had
          a music box this time. She seemed sad this time. She was crying.
          Then she disappeared."  David asks, "You won't tell anyone, will
          you?"  Vicky promises, "Of course I won't".  There's a knock at
          the front doors. Vicky sends David up to his room then answers
          the door.
             It is Sheriff Patterson. Roger comes into the foyer and
          says, "Good Evening, Sheriff. Any news?" Patterson replies,
          "No, I was just on the property and dropped by to keep
          you informed of what's happening. We haven't found anything.
          In fact, I've had to give up on our main suspect Willie
          Loomis. Barnabas has given an affidavit giving him an alibi".
          He tells him that he's going to have cut down on the number of
          men he has on the search, that the State police is doing
          so as well. Vicky asks, "What's next?"  The sheriff replies,
          "Unless a lead comes up, we'll have to call off the search".
          Roger and Vicky are upset by this, but the Sheriff explains, "I
          have no leads, I have no clues, I have no case". Vicky asks, "And
          how do you feel?" The sheriff replies, "Every day that goes by,
          the possiblity grows that Miss Evans is dead".
             At the old house, Maggie quietly comes downstairs and
          calls, "Little boy! Little boy! Where are you? I need you!
          I need you!"
          Episode 242
          Worldvision Rerun 32
          Tape Date:  May 19, 1967 (ABC #107-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 30, 1967 Tuesday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   John Sedwick

		 Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. The sun that rose blood red at dawn hangs
		  brightly over the countryside, but even its fierece glare is not able to
		  reveal the hidden secrets that mystify the finest minds. And even the 
		  darkness of the night past did not hide the fear these mysteries inspire.
		  Unconquered by darkness and by light, indifferent to the assults of the 
		  rational mind, terror and mystery continue their terrible union, creating
	 	  an ever-deepening mystery... an ever-darkening terror." 

             The camera shows a door with a placque saying, "David Woodard,
              Dr. Woodard is in his office, looking through the eyepiece
          of a microscope and writing some notes in a notebook with a
          pencil. The phone rings. Woodard answers and says, "Yeah, send
          him right in".  Burke Devlin comes in. Burke tells Woodard, "I
          need your help.  I've just left Sam at his house. He's ready to
          go off the deep end". Woodard replies, "I've tried everything,
          sedatives, advice, talking to him, even threatening him."  Burke
          replies, "There's only one thing that'll help. Finding Maggie. Do
          you have anything I can tell him to give him some hope? How about
          those blood samples?" Woodard replies, "Those blood samples won't
          help find Maggie. They might help find out what's wrong with her,
          though".  Burke asks, "You still don't know what's wrong with her?"
          Woodard replies, "Not yet." Burke remarks, "I told Sam I'd drop
          by for a game of chess with him later. If only I had something
          to tell him". Woodard, trying to sound positive, tells him, "I'm
          made some slides for Hoffman, one of the best men in the field,
          to come examine", but Burke seeing right through him, says, "You
          don't look too hopeful". Woodard admits, "There are things in
          there I don't understand. I'm afraid even Hoffman might not
          undetstand. The indications are pretty clear that there's a
          battle going on between Maggie's red and white blood cells, but
          there's something else going on that's got me baffled. I'm afraid
          that even Hoffman will be baffled". Burke remarks that the case
          seems pretty mysterious. Woodard replies that it's shaping up to
          be much more, that if they can't find out what's happening soon,
          he'd have to use even stronger words to describe it.  Burke
          asks, "Like what?"  Woodard replies, "Frightening, for example.
          Even terrifying, perhaps.  Closest of all, impossible". He tells
          Burke, "Come back here later, before the chess game. Maybe I'll
          have something to tell you then".
             Roger and Elizabeth are in the study at Collinwood. Elizabeth
          complains, "I don't know WHY Peterson went to YOU with the
          accounts! He's supposed to talk to ME about money matters"
          Roger tells her, "Large amounts of money have disappeared withou
          any explanation. Peterson said he could not handle the books
          the shape they are now".  Elizabeth promises to get the books
          into shape, but Roger continues, "I'm sorry Liz, but I'm not
          going to let it drop that easily.  I know you're in some kind of
          trouble, Liz". Elizabeth denies this. She tells him, "I've been
          careless with procedure lately. I've been ill.  I haven't been
          myself", but Roger, not believing her, says, "Yes. Ever since
          Jason McGuire came back to Collinwood. Have these sizable amounts
          of money been paid to Mr. McGuire?" Elizabeth explodes, "That's
          ridiculous! Too ridiculous to even discuss!  You think I'm being
          blackmailed by Jason McGuire?"  Roger replies, "Yes I do.  You have
          the key to a room in the basement, a room none of us are allowed
          to enter.  Is the secret in that room?"  Elizabeth insists, "There
          is no secret, and Jason is not using anything against me!"  Roger
          continues, "Liz, I know what it's like to be at the mercy of someone
          who knows a secret.  I just want to know what's happening so I can
          stand by you".  Elizabeth replies, "Nothing's happening, and
          you don't have to stand by me.  Leave me alone, Roger, I beg of you,
          leave me alone!"
             Elizabeth goes into the drawing room. Jason is in there
          enjoying a drink. Elizabeth tells him, "Jason, I've just
          been talking to the office in town. Things cannot go on
          as they have. I've had accounts transfer large amounts of
          money in Switzerland. I simply cannot give you any more money
          without it being noticed. If I do, the entire matter will 
          be exposed.". Jason, pretending not to be paying much attention, 
          starts to reminisce about a picnic he was once at. He remembers
          something a toast he gave at the picnic, "Lovely is the blossom
          in the spring tree...". Elizabeth continues, "I'm not going to give
          you any more money, not one cent! Nothing you can say or do or
          threaten me with can change this!" Jason nonchalently says,
          "Well, if that's the way it has to be, that's the way it
          has to be". Elizabeth, suspicious that Jason is so compliant,
          asks, "What are you up to?" Jason denies that he's up to
          anything, saying he's just resigned to the facts. Elizabeth
          tells him, "One thing is clear. No more money!" Jason says,
          "Now I remember the rest of the quote! 'Lovely is the blossom
          on the spring tree, but even lovelier are the fruits of the
          seanson's change'. I look forward to enjoying those fruits
          in the ripness of time".
             Elizabeth and Roger are in the study again. Elizabeth tells
          Roger, "I've just talked to Peterson. The accounts are all
          straightened out. I apoligizing for getting angry with you
          earlier". Roger replies, "I apoligize for the things I said
          to you too, but I had to." Elizabeth stops him, saying, "Let's
          not start again". Roger asks, "Liz, I'm your brother. Can't
          you tell me?" Elizabeth replies, "No, I can't". Roger asks,
          "I can't help you?" Elizabeth replies, "No". Roger says,
          "Then there's nothing I can do?" Elizabeth replies, "Yes. You 
          can stand by me. I feel so lonely and afraid sometimes. I would
          feel much better if you'll stand by me". Roger promises, "I will".
             Burke has come back to Woodard's office as he promised. He
          and Woodard are looking at Woodard's office in disbelief. It
          has been ransacked. Things are broken and scattered everywhere.
          Burke exclaims, "What a mess! Who could've done this?"  Woodard
          remarks, "The place is torn apart, as if by a madman!  And I
          was expecting Hoffman to drop by".  Burke examines a now useless
          microscope and remarks, "I hope Hoffman won't be needing this when
          he comes!" Woodard replies, "Hoffman won't have anything to look at
          when he comes. The slides are gone. So are all of the samples of
          Maggie's blood. There's nothing left to work on, nothing!". Burke
          asks, "Is that all that was taken?" Woodard replies, "Yes. Usually
          in cases like this, the first thing you suspect is narcotics, but
          no drugs are missing".  He continues, "You know what this means.
          It means that Maggie didn't walk off by herself. She was taken
          by the same madman who did this". Burke asks, "Madman?" Woodard
          replies, "Yes, madman". He gestures towards the window and tells
          Burke, "Look at those bars. They're twisted like pipe cleaners.
          Whoever did this has almost superhuman strength, the strength
          only madness can give". He tells Burke, "I think it's time to
          describe this case in the terms it deseves: terrifying,
          Episode 243
          Worldvision Rerun 33
          Tape Date:  May 21, 1967 (ABC #108-DRK-67)
          Air Date:   May 31, 1967 Wednesday
          Writer:     Ron Sproat
          Director:   John Sedwick

		 Alexandra Moltke:
		 "My name is Victoria Winters. Collinwood, even by daylight, can seem
		  a dangerous and menacing place, for there are many unsolved mysteries
		  here. And those who seek to solve them, to uncover the mysteries can be
		  in grave danger. One man, unaware of the danger that exists in the 
		  shadows of the old house, is determined to seek out the truth."

             Dr. Woodard goes to the old house. Willie answers the door.
          Woodard asks Willie, "Mr. Loomis, remember me?"  Willie
          replies, "You're the doctor who came to see me when I was
          sick".  Woodard asks, "How are you feeling?"  Willie replies,
          "Fine".  Woodard asks, "I'd like to examine those wounds on
          your arm again. I want to see if they're healing properly.
          It'll just take a moment. I'd also like to take a sample of your
          blood". Willie exclaims, "Blood?!"  Woodard replies, "Yes, I'd
          like a sample for my records". Willie tells him, "No! Go away!",
          and tries to close the door on him, but Woodard pushes past him
          and comes in anyway. Willie insists, "I'm fine!", but Woodard
          replies, "You may not be as well as you think. I have another
          patient suffering from symptoms very similar to yours". Willie
          asks, "Who?" Woodard replies, "Maggie Evans. She seems to have some
          kind of blood disease. I want to make sure you're not infected
          with it". He tries to examine Willie, but Willie refuses to
          let him, insisting, "I feel fine! I don't want you to examine
          me! Now go away!" Suddenly, he says, "Listen! I think I heard
          something! What time is it?" Woodard looks at his watch and
          replies, "It's about 6:30". Willie looks out the window and
          tells Woodard, "You'd better go".  Woodard asks, "Why?" Willie
          replies, "The sun will be setting!  It's going to get dark soon".
          Woodard, puzzled, asks, "I'm don't happen to be afraid of the
          dark! What's wrong with you?  You're acting very strangely!" Willie
          abruptly says, "Barnabas!" Woodard looks and sees that Barnabas
          has come into the room. Barnabas says, "Hello, Willie". Woodard
          introduces himself to Barnabas. Barnabas asks, "What brings
          you here? Someone ill?" Woodard explains that he has a patient
          with a rare blood disease, that Willie had the same symptoms
          when he was ill. He tells him, "I came to examine Willie, but
          he won't let me". Barnabas asks Willie, "Why not, Willie?"
          Willie replies, "Because I'm not sick! I'm OK!"  Barnabas
          agrees, saying, "He does the work of three men around this place".
          Woodard remarks, "He might still be infected with the disease".
          Barnabas suggests, "Let the doctor examine you, Willie", but Willie
          emphatically says, "NO!" Barnabas tells him, "All right, Willie,
          go to your room". Willie leaves. Barnabas apoligizes to Woodard for
          Willie, saying, "He's the best servant I've ever had, but he's
          nervous sometimes".  Woodard notes, "He seem to be more than
          nervous.  He seems to be terrified of me!  It doesn't make
          sense".  Barnabas notes, "Some people are afraid of all doctors".
          Woodard asks, "Try to use your influence with him and get him to
          come to my office" Barnabas replies, "I'll do my best, but if he
          still refuses, I can't force him to go. I can't force him to do
          anything against his will".
             Jason McGuire comes in through the front door of Collinwood
          and goes into the drawing room where Elizabeth is sitting. He
          gives her a bouquet of flowers. She asks, "What are these?"
          Jason replies, "Violets. I remember how much you used to love
          them". He talks about fond memories of old times. Elizabeth
          asks, "What's behind this act? I know you're only interested
          in yourself and what you can get from of me!" Jason sarcastically
          complains, "Oh, Liz, you talk about me so harshly! You brought
          me a problem about our arrangement yesterday..." Before he
          can finish, however, there's a knock at the door. Elizabeth
          answers. It's Doctor Woodard. He tells Elizabeth that he'd 
          like to talk to Jason. Jason, hearing this, comes into the
          foyer and asks, "You'd like to speak to me?" Woodard replies,
          "Yes. It'll only take a minute or two". They all go into the 
          drawing room. Woodard asks Jason, "I'd like some information
          about your friend Willie Loomis. I understand it was you who 
          tended over him while he was sick. It seems to me you told
          me he was most ill during the day, but was better at nights". 
          Jason replies, "Yes. Much better". Elizabeth interjects, 
          "Amazingly better. In fact, at first I thought he was faking
          it". Jason asks, "What is this all about?" Woodard explains,
          "His symptoms coincide exactly with those of Maggie Evans".
          Jason remarks, "Odd".  Woodard continues, "More than odd, it could
          be dangerous for your friend.  Miss Evans has some sort of blood
          disease. I've studied her blood, and it has some sort of strange
          cell in them.  I didn't know what they were.  Your friend might
          still be infected with it". He tells them that Willie refuses
          to let him examine him. He tells them that he also needs the
          sample because someone has stolen all of Maggie's, and adds
          that Willie might still have the disease and be infectious and
          might cause a epidemic.  He muses, "You know, I think there's
          some connection between Willie Loomis and Maggie Evans.  I
          don't know what it is, but I can't get it out of my mind
          that there's a pattern to all this, a pattern to all these
          events.  I can't see what it is, but that's what's driving
          me out of my mind".  He speaks briefly about how strange
          Maggie's case was, about her sleepwalking and ending up
          at Eagle Hill cemetary.  He asks Jason to help convince Willie
          to give him a blood sample, but Jason replies, "We're not close
          friends anymore". Woodard gives up, saying, "Maybe Barnabas Collins
          can convince him to be examined.  He promised to".  Jason notes
          that if anyone can convince Willie to cooperate, Barnabas can,
          that he's never known Willie to listen to anyone except Barnabas.
             Jason goes to the old house. Barnabas answers the door.
          Jason asks for Willie, but Barnabas tells him, "He's out".
          Jason asks, "At this time of night?"  Barnabas replies, "I sent
          him out on an errand". Jason asks, "Can I speak to you for
          a moment about him? I'm worried about him. I had a talk with
          Dr. Woodard. He thinks Willie has a disease of the blood, but
          Willie refuses to let him examine him". Barnabas replies, "I
          promised to talk to him about that". Jason remars, "It's odd
          about you and Willie. I've never known him to take orders from
          anyone, yet he takes them from you. Refresh my memory, how did
          you two happen to meet?" Baranbas repeats the story about
          his car breaking down, Willie helping him fix it and mentioning
          he needed a job, etc. Jason remarks, "Strange coincidence. Him
          working for a man whose family was so interested in. He was so
          interested in your family he even read books about it. He was
          especially interested in the man whose portrait hangs in the
          foyer at Collinwood. He must have been shocked when he first
          saw you, you looking so much like him". Barnabas explains,
          "Members of my family tend to look alike.  Resemblances tend to
          run strong in my family". Jason remarks, "Willie got so interested
          in the Collins family, he even went up to Eagle Hill cemetary where
          some of them were buried. Have you ever been to Eagle Hill
          cemetary?" Barnabas replies, "I've heard of it but I've never
          been there.  I must go there some time".  Jason remarks, "I've been
          there.  I've even been in your family tomb".  Finally, seeing he's
          getting nowhere, he asks, "Do try to get Willie to go to the
          doctor" and leaves.
             Jason returns to Collinwood. In the foyer, he looks at
          the portrait of Barnabas for a few seconds, then goes into
          the drawing room. There, he asks Elizabeth, "How much do you
          know about Barnabas Collins? He's a curious fellow". Elizabeth
          replies, "He's fromt he English branch of the family." Jason
          remarks that he finds it strange he's living at the old house.
          Elizabeth replies, "He feels it's part of his heritage".  Jason
          continues, "Something about him bothers me".  Elizabeth says,
          "That's because you can't understand a gentleman".  Jason
          continues, "Something doesn't add up..." Elizabeth tells him,
          "Drop it! I don't want to discuss my cousin with you!" Jason
          replies, "All right. There's far more important problems for
          us to discuss. We both have problems that need solutions.
          You have the problem of me staying here. It looks bad".  Elizabeth
          remarks, "I'm sure you don't care about that".  Jason continues,
          "No, but you do.  People are already starting to talk". Elizabeth
          snaps, "You can stop them by going away!" Jason replies, "I can't.
          My source of money has been cut off". Elizabeth angrily says, "So
          that's it! You want more money! You're not going to get any!
          I want you to go away!" Jason replies, "There's another solution,
          one I've been thinking about very seriously, one that will
          be very good for both of us".  Elizabeth asks, "What is it?"
          Jason replies, "We're going to get married!"

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