Dark Shadows
August 1967

         Episode 287
         Worldvision Rerun 77
         Tape Date: July 13, 1967 (ABC #152-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 1, 1967 Tuesday
         Writer:    Joe Caldwell
         Director:  John Sedwick

            Barnabas opens his mouth, bares his fangs and prepares
         to bite Vicky, but then abruptly changes his mind and
         backs away.  He glances briefly at Josette's portrait,
         then leaves.
            The next morning, Vicky awakens and goes downstairs.
         There, Willie tells her that Barnabas has left and won't
         be back till night.  He offers to make her some breakfast,
         but she declines.  She tells him, "I had the feeling
         someone was in the room with me last night".  Wilie asks,
         "Were you afraid?"  Vicky replies, "No, it was only a dream
         after all".  She thinks for a bit then adds, "Or was it?",
         implying that maybe it was Willie who had snuck into the room.
         Willie tells her that it wasn't him, that he's not that kind
         of person anymore, reminding her, "It was me who wanted to
         take you back to Collinwood last night".  Vicky apoliges
         for implying that it was him, saying, "I believe you.
         When I was in Josette's room, I felt safer than I've ever
         felt in my life".
            Elizabeth is at Collinwood with Julia, telling her how
         worried she is about Vicky.  Vicky finally returns to
         Collinwood.  Elizabeth tells her, "I waited up half the
         night worrying about you!".  Vicky apoligizes, "Sorry.
         I had meant to get back much earlier than this".
         Elizabeth chatises her for staying out so late with the
         madman still around.  Vicky tells her, "I was much safer
         staying at the Old House than trying to come back here
         in the storm".  Elizabeth says, "If I had known you were
         with Barnabas, I wouldn't have worried".  Vicky replies,
         "Yes, I was as safe as I could be with Barnabas".  Julia
         looks on with a funny look on her face.  Vicky introduces
         Julia Hoffman to Elizabeth and tells Elizabeth about Julia's
         desire to do research on the Collins family history. To her
         shock, Elizabeth refuses the request, saying she agrees with
         Barnabas that the family history is private and should remain
         in the family. Vicky tries to argue, but Elizabeth tells her,
         "My decision is final" and leaves the drawing room. Julia begs
         Vicky to try to talk to Elizabeth, saying, "This is very
         important to me". She adds, "And perhaps someday to someone
         else, too". Vicky asks what she means, but Julia says,
         "Perhaps I exaggerate the importance of my work".
            Later, Vicky does as Julia requests and tries to convince
         Elizabeth to change her mind, telling her, "The past is
         beautiful, it's something that should be shared". Elizabeth
         replies, "Your getting to caught up in the past". Suddenly she
         gets and idea, "If Hoffman does this book, you know it will
         be in a very cold, detached manner. It might show you how
         unromantic the past really is.  Maybe you should find out
         for yourself how unromantic the past really was. Tell Miss
         Hoffman she has my cooperation". Vicky thanks her, but Elizabeth
         replies, "I'm doing this for you, Vicky.  I'm not sure you're
         going to thank me".  Vicky asks, "Why?"  Elizabeth replies,
         "I'm hoping this will kill your belief that the past was so
         romantic. Has anyone ever thanked anyone for killing a dream?"
            Julia Hoffman is in the living room the old house,
         apparently having barged in. Willie is nervously trying
         to tell her, "You're not welcome here!" Julia tells him,
         "I came here to see Mr. Collins". Willie replies, "But he
         doesn't want to see you! Anyway, he's not here!" Julia
         sits down and says, "I'll wait". She remarks on the 
         quality of the restoration and says, "Mr. Collins must
         have made a thorough study the past. Now, you did the
         restoration. Did Mr. Collins have any books or plans to
         guide you in the restoration". Willie answers, "No".
         Julia remarks, "Then I wonder how he could have known
         so much about the interior of this house. It's almost
         like he had seen it at the time..."
            Willie paces around, nervously watching Julia. Julia
         tells him, "You don't have to watch me. I'm a perfectly
         trustworthy person. I won't walk off with anything".
         Willie replies, "I have orders from Mr. Collins that
         no one should be here!" Julia tells him, "Don't act so
         nervous. Is Mr. Collins such a difficult person? If he
         is, then why do you work for him?" Barnabas' voice answers,
         "Maybe he wants to". Julia turns and sees the Barnabas has
         entered the room. Willie tells Barnabas, "I told her she
         wasn't supposed to be here...." Barnabas tells him, "All
         right, Willie", and excuses him. Willie leaves. Julia
         asks Barnbas, "Do you know why I'm here?" Barnabas replies,
         "Yes, Miss Winters told me you were doing research into
         the family history". She asks him if he'd be interested in
         helping. Barnabas replies that he isn't. Julia asks, "May
         I ask why?" Barnabas replies, "You may ask, but I don't
         feel particularly obliged to give you an answer". Julia
         tells him she has uncovered some new information about
         the Collins history and asks offers to tell him what it
         is in exchange for his help, but Barnabas declines, saying,
         "You couldn't possibly know anything about my family I don't
         already know much more about".  Julia tells him, "I'll see
         you again some other time, then", and leaves, leaving Barnabas
         with a worried look on his face.
         Episode 288
         Worldvision Rerun 78
         Tape Date: July 14, 1967 (ABC #153-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 2, 1967 Wednesday
         Writer:    Ron Sproat
         Director:  John Sedwick

            Vicky is in the drawing room, staring out the window.
         David comes in and asks, "Miss Winters?" Vicky doesn't
         seem to hear him, so he repeats, "Miss Winters?" Vicky
         turns around and says, "Oh, I'm sorry, David. What did
         you say?" David asks, "What's the matter? You were looking
         out at the ocean. You didn't hear what I was saying". Vicky
         replies, "I was daydreaming". David remarks, "You've been
         doing a lot of that lately. I don't think it's so good.
         When I look at you while you're daydreaming, I get this
         funny feeling, like you weren't you, like you were someone
         else, someone strange, and it frightens me". Vicky asks, "David,
         are you serious? I frighten you?" David replies, "It's just
         that you look so strange". Vicky tells him, "It must be
         your imagination". Julia comes into the room and greets
         Vicky, "Miss Winters". Vicky tells David, "Miss Hoffman
         is going to be staying here with us for awhile". She tells
         David that Julia is writing a history of the Collins family.
         Julia remarks to Vicky, "I understand there are some privately
         published histories of the Collins family. May I see them?"
         Vicky replies, "They're in the study. I'll go get them" and
         leaves to do so. David asks, "Who are you writing the book
         about?" Julia replies, "Oh, Joshua Collins, Jeremiah Collins,
         the original Barnabas Collins". David asks, "Would you like
         to see some pictures of them?" Julia answers, "I've already
         seen all the portraits". David tells her, "No, that's not
         what I meant. There's an album of pictures. I'll get it".
         David gets the album. He opens it and starts showing some
         pictures to Julia. He shows her a picture of Joshua Collins.
         Julia remarks, "The father of the original Barnabas". David
         then turns the page and shows her a picture of "David Collins.
         I was named after him",  then turns the page to one of Naomi
         Collins. Julia turns the page and reads the caption of the next
         picture, "Sarah Collins". David exclaims, "Hey! I've never seen
         that one before! She looks just like a kid I've played with!
         I've seen her by the old house. She must like playing there a
         lot. That's the only place I've ever seen her". He adds,
         "And one other strange thing. Her name is Sarah too!"  Julia
         remarks, "Yes. That is a very strange coincidence.  Very strange".
         David asks, "Do you suppose it could've been a ghost I saw?"
         Vicky, who's just walked into the room carrying four books, tells
         David, "Don't talk like that.  I'm sure Miss Hoffman isn't
         interested in ghosts". Julia says, "Quite the contrary.  I was
         very interested", but Vicky nevertheless tells David to go and
         do his homework. David asks, "Can I go out and play first?"
         Vicky answers yes and David happily trots out. Julia
         tells Vicky, "We were just looking at a picture of Sarah
         Collins..." Vicky looks at the book and exclaims, "That
         looks just like a sketch I've seen! It looks just like
         the sketch the police circulated after Maggie Evans died!"
         Thinking wrongly that Julia knows nothing about that,
         she says, "Oh, you wouldn't know about that". She explains
         to her how a madman had kidnapped a local girl, and about the
         picture of the girl and says, "It's very strange that she
         should look so much like this picture". Julia answers, "Yes".
         Vicky excuses herself, saying she's got a date. Julia asks,
         "I've got one more question for you. You were here when
         the restoration of the old house was done. I've seen a sketch
         of the old house interior of the old house as it was originally.
         I recall seeing some huge, gilt mirrors in it. Today when
         I went to the old house, I didn't see them there. What happened
         to them?" Vicky replies, "I don't know. Maybe they've been
         lost. You know, I don't think I've seen any mirrors in the
         old house, except for the small one in Josette's room". Julia
         asks, "May I borrow this album? Perhaps Mr. Collins would be
         interested in them". Vicky remarks, "I hope he decides to 
         help you". Julia replies, "He wasn't interested in helping
         me, perhaps he will be interested in this book. Whether he is
         or not, I have a feeling this visit will prove to be very
            Vicky is at the Blue Whale with Burke Devlin. Burke asks,
         "Julia Hoffman? I've never heard of her. Why would she want
         to do a book on the Collins family?" Vicky replies, "Because
         they're one of the oldest families in America". Burke tells
         her, "I wish you wouldn't get involved in this. I think you're
         becoming too preoccupied with the past". Vicky replies, "I 
         don't see anything wrong with being interested in history".
         Burke answers, "History, fine. But not the history of
         the Collins family with all its ghosts and goblins! I don't
         like the way it's been affecting you!" He points out
         how she's been seeing things lately, like the little girl
         at the old house and Maggie at the cemetary. Vicky says, 
         "It's not that. It the things that have been happening that
         have affected me". Burke tells her, "Don't feed it or it'll
         happen again". Vicky admits, "Burke, it did happen again".
         She tells him about being awakened by a little girl singing
         "London Bridge", then adds, "Maybe it was because of the
         room I was in". Burke asks, "What room?" Vicky answers,
         "Josette's room at the old house". Burke exclaims, "You
         spent the night at the old house with Barnabas and Willie
         there?" Vicky replies, "I was safe. Barnabas is a perfect
         gentleman and Willie wouldn't do anything to me". Burke
         ask Vicky, "Vicky, I want you to promise me something. I 
         want you to promise me never to go to the old house again".
         Vicky exclaims, "Never go to the old house again?! I can't
         promise you that!" Burke asks, "What is it about the old
         house that fascinates you so much?" Vicky replies, "I just
         like the old house". Burke asks why. Vicky replies, "I
         don't know. Maybe it's because I feel safe there, safe and
         secure. I feel like I belong there. I don't know why,
         but I'm not going to agree to stay away from there, and
         that's final!" Burke remarks, "I don't know what's happening
         to you, Vicky, but I don't like it, I don't like it at all".
            Julia goes to the old house and knocks on the door. 
         Barnabas answers. Julia says, "Good evening, Mr. Collins".
         Barnabas replies, "Good evening Miss Hoffman. I didn't 
         expect to see you so soon again". Julia says, "I'd like
         to speak to you". Barnabas answers, "I don't see what more 
         we could possibly have to discuss". Julia tells him, "I
         have a book with some pictures of your ancestors I'm sure
         you'll be interested in seeing. Perhaps you could answer
         a few questions for me". Barnabas replies, "Very persistent,
         aren't you? I don't intend to answer any questions". Julia
         says, "Well, since I've made the trip, perhaps I could show
         the pictures to you anyway". Barnabas tells her, "I can
         give you only a few minutes". Julia replies, "That'll be
         fine" and steps inside.  
            Inside, Julia sits down in an armchair and starts to 
         leaf through the book, "This is the original Barnabas Collins.
         The resemblance is startling, isn't it?" Barnabas replies,
         "That is often remarked on". Julia turns the page and
         continues, "This is Naomi Collins, the mother of the original 
         Barnbas Collins. Isn't she lovely?" Barnabas seems touched 
         and replies that she is. Turning the page, Julia continues, 
         "Joshua Collins, the original Barnabas' father". Then,
         turning the page again, she says, "And this is Sarah Collins,
         sister of the original Barnabas". Barnabas seems to be really
         touched by this, and Julia gives him the book to give him
         a better look. As Barnabas looks at the picture of Sarah, Julia
         keeps talking, "Look at her eyes, and her features. Doesn't she
         resemble you?" While speaking, she takes a compact out of her
         purse, opens it, and looks in the mirror, pointing it in the
         direction of Barnabas. But instead of seeing Barnabas' reflected
         in the mirror, she sees an empty room. The candlelabrum behind
         him, which he should be obscuring, is clearly visiible, but he
         is not! Barnabas looks up from the book, sees Julia looking
         in the mirror and asks, "What are you doing?!" Julia closes
         the compact and replies, "Even a historian has a certain
         amount of feminine vanity. I was just checking my makeup",
         then says, "You've looked at the portraits. You don't look
         particularly interested". Barnabas replies that he isn't.
         Julia says, "Good evening" and leaves. Barnabas has a strange
         look on his face...
            Vicky has returned from her date with Burke and is in
         the foyer at Collinwood looking at the portrait of Barnabas.
         Julia comes in through the front door. Vicky asks, "Have you
         visited Mr. Collins?" Julia replies, "Yes. It was a very
         successful visit. I learned a great deal this evening. In fact,
         I think I've learned everything, everything I need to know," and
         stares at the portrait of Barnabas...
         Episode 289 (Kinescope)
         Worldvision Rerun 79
         Tape Date: July 16, 1967 (ABC #154-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 3, 1967 Thursday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  John Sedwick

            It is night. There is a lightning storm. Vicky is in her room, 
         dressed in a nightgown, looking out the window. She leaves the
         window and goes to bed. There is a knock at the door. Vicky
         says, "Come in!" Carolyn comes in, saying, "I didn't know
         if you'd be asleep". Vicky replies, "Who could, with that
         storm going". She tells Carolyn, "Before you came in, I 
         thought I saw someone standing in the rain outside". She
         takes her to the window to look. There's a bright flash of
         lightning. Vicky points and exclaims, "Look! Behind that
         tree! It looks like there's someone behind that tree!"
         Carolyn replies, "It looks like there's someone behind EVERY
         tree!" and manages to convince Vicky it's just her imagination.
         Outside, behind a tree, Barnabas looks up at Vicky's room.
         Carolyn, who, also frightened by the storm, has now calmed
         down and apoligizes to Vicky for bothering her, saying, "Just
         call me Miss Jitters of 1967" and leaves. Vicky checks her
         alarm clock - it reads 11:40. She plays Josette's music
         box for a few minutes, then closes the lid and goes to 
            Vicky's alarm clock now reads 1:35. By the window stands
         a figure - Barnabas! He walks up to Vicky's bed, bends over
         her, touches her gently, then seems to change his mind AGAIN.
         He walks over to the other side of the bed, opens the lid
         of the music box and leaves.
            Vicky is awakened by the sound of the musicbox. She looks
         around the room and sees that it's empty. She tries to turn
         on her bedside lamp, but finds that it won't work. There's
         a knock at the door. Vicky asks, "Who is it?" A voice
         replies, "Carolyn". Carolyn comes in and asks, "Did I wake
         you?" Vicky replies, "No, I was already awake. What happened
         to the lights?". Carolyn replies, "A power failure. I was
         trying to read and they just went out. Now I'm really jittery".
         Vicky tells Carolyn, "My music box woke me!" Carolyn says,
         "You must have been playing it and fell asleep", but
         Vicky insists, "No, I clearly remember closing it".  Carolyn
         suggests, "Maybe the top popped open", but Vicky demonstrates
         to her that the top locks down when you close it and that
         couldn't happen.  She remarks, "I have the strange feeling
         that someone was here in the room with me. I have the feeling
         that I was in danger, but something intervened." She opens the
         musicbox, perhaps thinking it was Josette who intervened...
            Carolyn and Vicky go downstairs. Carolyn telle Vicky,
         "A good strong cup of coffee will shake this feeling out
         of both of us". They find Julia Hoffman in the drawing 
         room reading a book by the light of a candle. Carolyn
         remarks that she and Vicky came down to make some coffee.
         Hoffman replies, "Mrs. Johnson has already beaten you to
         it. It's probably perking right now". Carolyn goes to
         the kitchen to see if it's ready. Julia tells Vicky, "I'd
         like to ask you a few questions about Josette Collins. I
         want your impressions of her. You wore her dress and slept
         in her bed." Vicky answers, "I feel she was a warm person,
         someone who loved people, parties and fine clothing". Julia
         asks, "Why is it that you're particularly interested in
         Josette?" Vicky replies, "Well, you know she made contact
         through me twice". Julia asks, "Anything else?" Vicky tells
         her that Barnabas talks about her a lot, saying, "I think
         Josette is his favorite. He knows so much about her". Julia
         asks, "Was it his idea that you wear Josette's dress to the
         party?" Vicky replies, "Yes". Julia asks, "Did you want to?"
         Vicky answers, "Of course!  I felt very honored to wear Josette's
         dress". Julia notices that Vicky is holding something in her hand
         and asks, "What's that?"  Vicky replies, "A musicbox". Julia says,
         "It's quite beautiful". Vicky tells her, "It belonged to Josette.
         Barnabas gave it to me". Julia asks, "May I ask why?" Vicky replies,
         "He said I made the party a success. It's the most beautiful
         gift I've ever received. Listen". She opens the lid and
         music starts to play. Vicky remarks, "I love that tinkling
         melody". Julia, a look of interest on her face, says, "It
         does have a tinkling sound. Someone recently tried to describe
         a tinkling melody to me, just like this one". Vicky remarks,
         "I love this melody. I play it over and over. Josette did
         that too. Miss Hoffman, why are you asking so many questions
         about Josette?". Julia replies, "Because I find her to
         fascinating from a historical viewpoint". Vicky agrees that
         Josette was fascinating, saying, "Everything about her was
         so distinctive, even her perfume. It was Jasmine". Julia
         remarks, "Isn't that rather strong?". Vicky replies, "Very
         strong, and unforgettable.  Mr. Collins let me wear some on
         the night of the party". Julia says, "Oh, he has some?"  Vicky
         replies, "Yes".  Julia muses, "Strong perfume, a tinkly music
         box. How very interesting!  It seems to me Mr. Collins is trying
         to recreate Josette". Vicky gets upset by this, says, "That's
         absurd! I don't like what you're implying!" and leaves.
            Carolyn comes into the drawing room holding a coffee service
         just as Vicky is rushing out.  She asks her, "Didn't you want
         some coffee?"  Vick replies, "No!  I'm tired, I want to go
         to bed!", and goes up the stairs.  Carolyn asks Julia what's
         wrong with Vicky.  Julia lies, "I think the storm upset her".
         Carolyn replies, "No, I think it was her music box that upset
         her". She tells Julia about Vicky claiming that the music box
         starting to play while she was asleep, and adds, "She's been
         edgy all night. She thought she saw someone outside earlier".
         Julia asks, "Would you say she believed in the supernatural?"
         Carolyn replies, "I don't know, but strange things do seem to
         happen to her".  The lights come back on. Carolyn excuses herself,
         saying,  "Now I've got to turn off the lights around the house"
         and leaves.
            At the Old House, Willie remarks to Barnabas, "The storm's
         about over." Barnabas snaps, "I can see that!" Willie remarks,
         "It's getting close to dawn". Barnabas replies, "I know, I
         always know. It's something I can't avert. I wish I could stop
         the dawn and make the night eternal, but that power is
         something I'll never have... I want you to go into Portland
         today. You have the list of what I'll need?" Willie replies,
         "Yes". Barnabas tells him, "I want you to keep the house
         securely locked and not let anyone in during the day".
         Willie asks, "But I thought you said Vicky was welcome
         here anytime". Barnabas reaplies, "Yes, but she broght that
         Hoffman here with her the other time. I don't like her. She
         asks too many questions.  I don't want her around here".
            Willie leaves. Julia, hiding behind a bush outside, sees
         him go. The sun comes up. Julia tries the door to the old
         house, but finds it locked. She goes in through a window
         (the same one Jason McGuire came in through). She goes
         down into the cellar and sees the coffin there. She walks
         up to it, opens the lid and finds Barnabas lying inside,
         sleeping peacefully...
         Episode 290
         Worldvision Rerun 80
         Tape Date: July 17, 1967 (ABC #155-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 4, 1967 Friday
         Writer:    Joe Caldwell
         Director:  John Sedwick

            It is the next night. Dr. Dave Woodard is in the drawing
         room with Julia. He complains, "I'm not sure I believe that.
         You were up most of the night and was sleeping when I arrived?"
         He demands, "I want an explanation!" Julia replies, "Well, I'm
         not going to give you one". Woodard angrily says, "You leave
         me no choice! I've got to take Maggie away from your care!
         I see evidence of lack of treatment, and you're here a
         hundred miles away from her!" Julia protests, "I'm here
         doing research". Woodard remarks, "It seems to me your
         research has become more important to you than the patient!
         I'm going to take Maggie out of Windcliff!".  Julia remarks
         that she thinks it's really the fact that she hasn't been
         giving him daily reports that is really bothering him. She tells
         him, "I'm not ready to give you a report yet". Woodard replies,
         "That answer is not satisfactory!" Julia starts to look
         downcast and moans, "I haven't been giving you any reports
         because there's been nothing to report.  I'm starting to get
         discouraged myself.  I haven't made any progress at all". Woodard,
         his tone softening, says, "I've never seen you this discouraged
         before" and asks, "You never told me what you expected to find".
         Julia replies, "I didn't expect to find anything". Julia replies,
         "I didn't expect to find anything. I don't know what to do. I feel 
         I'm going up a blind alley. Now you see why I haven't given you 
         a report". Woodard asks, "Are you telling me the truth or is
         this just some tactic to keep me out of the way? I know you,
         and you know something, don't you?" Julia replies, "All I
         know is that I'm tired,  and puzzled, very very puzzled.."
            Julia, apparently having convinced Woodard that she's telling
         the truth, asks, "Then you're going to let Maggie stay at
         Windcliff?" Woodard replies, "Yes, for the time being". Julia
         asks, "So you trust me?" Woodard replies, "I do. Maybe I 
         shouldn't, but I do". Julia tells Woodard she doesn't think
         it's a good idea for him to come to Collinwood and talk about
         Maggie. Woodard replies, "All right, next time we'll meet in
         my office". There's a knock at the front door. Julia opens
         the drawing room doors, and goes out into the foyer to open
         the door, but finds Vicky already on her way there and says,
         "Oh, Vicky, I was just about to get it...". Vicky answers the
         front door. It's Barnabas. He tells her, "I'm just making
         a social call on Miss Hoffman". Seeing Julia standing with
         Dave Woodard, he remarks, "Oh, I didn't know you and Dr.
         Woodard were friends". Julia replies, "Yes, we went to
         undergraduate school together, then he went on to medical
         school and I went on to historical research. Sure I can't
         change your mind about helping me?". Barnabas replies, "That's
         what I came here to talk to you about". Julia says, "Oh, I'll
         go get my notebook" and leaves. Woodard leaves too. Vicky
         tells Barnabas, "I hope you decide to help her". Barnabas
         asks, "And you, how are you enjoying helping her?" Vicky
         replies, "I don't know." Barnabas asks, "What do you mean?"
         Vicky explains, "Sometimes I feel I'm losing the present
         altogether. Sometimes I fear getting trapped in the past".
         She tells him, "This has got to stop. I hope it doesn't
         offend you, but I'm going to have to give Josette's music
         box back to you. It's affecting me. I keep playing it
         and playing it. I can't seem to help myself". Barnabas
         tells her, "It's probably because the music is so new
         to you. I'm sure if you play it often enough, it'll become
         quite ordinary to you" and convinces her to keep it.
            Julia returns with her notebook and Barnabas goes with
         her into the drawing room. Barnabas tells her, "I hope I
         didn't mislead you. I just want to apoligize for being so
         rude to you before". Julia tells him, "You can make up for
         it by telling me what you know about the original Barnabas
         and his sister Sarah." Barnabas replies, "I know nothing
         about them. The original Barnabas was a very uninteresing
         person". Julia says, "I disagree". Barnabas says, "He went
         to England while a young man and died there in obscurity".
         Julia replies, "That's what the histories SAY". Barnabas
         asks, "Have you discovered something new?" Julia tells
         Barnabas that she had told him before he was willing to
         exchange what new information she's discovered and that
         the offer still stands. She tells him she'll come to the
         old house tomorrow to talk to him about it and asks, "Is
         tomorrow morning all right?" Barnabas tells her he'll be
         busy. "Afternoon?" she asks. Barnabas replies, "I'm afraid
         it'll have to be in the evening". He tells her, "I can't
         tell you how much I'm looking forward to our next meeting".
         Julia looks at the portrait on the wall and remarks on how 
         much he resembles his ancestor. After Barnabas leaves, Julia, 
         talking to the portrait, says, "I don't I can wait till tomorrow
         for our next meeting, and I'm sure you can't either!"
            Julia is in her room preparing for bed. There's a knock
         at the door. Julia answers. It's Vicky. Vicky comes in and
         tells Julia, "I hope I'm not bothering you, but could we
         talk for a few minutes? I don't know what to do. I don't
         know if I should keep working with you". Julia asks, "Why
         not? I thought you were enjoying yourself". Vicky replies,
         "Yes I am". Julia, puzzled, says, "I don't understand".
         Vicky tells her about her fears that she's becoming too
         caught up in the past. Suddenly, dogs start howling outside.
         Vicky reacts strongly to this, and explains to Julia, "I
         heard dogs howling outside the night Maggie Evans disappeared.
         I seem to be getting so frightened at everything lately". 
         Julia tells her, "There's nothing for YOU to be afraid of",
         with an odd emphasis on the word "you", then says, "Get a
         good night's sleep and we can talk about it in the morning".
         Vicky apologizes, "I'm sorry for keeping you awake" and leaves.
         Julia checks her alarm clock.  It reads 12:46.
            The clock in the foyer chimes 2:00. Barnabas enters
         Julia's room through the window. He goes to Julia's bed and
         prepares to attack the figure he sees lying there when
         he suddenly hears a voice coming from behind him, "Good
         evening, Barnabas Collins". He turns around and sees Julia
         coming out of the shadows. Julia says, "I've been waiting
         for you for a long time, a very long time...
         Episode 291
         Worldvision Rerun 81
         Tape Date: July 18, 1967 (ABC #156-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 7, 1967  Monday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  John Sedwick

            Barnabas asks, "Have you?" Julia replies, "Yes". Barnabas 
         asks, "Why?" Julia explains, "Because I know what you are!"
         Barnabas asks, "What do you mean you know what I am?" Julia
         replies, "You are Barnabas Collins, the only Barnabas Collin
         who 'died' over 130 years ago". Barnabas says, "That's
         absurd!" Julia replies, "I've investigated you thoroughly".
         She adds, "And I've seen you in your coffin, yesterday at
         dawn". Barnabas growls, "You must be careful when you have
         information like that!" Julia replies, "That's why I took the
         precaution of putting the dummy in the bed". Barnabas retorts,
         "But you didn't take the precaution of being far, far away
         from here! I'm going to kill you, Miss Hoffman!" He reaches
         out to strangle her, but Julia exclaims, "DR. Hoffman! I can
         help you! You don't have to live this life!"  Barnabas says,
         "You're just trying to save yourself!", but Julia replies,
         "Would I put myself in this position if I didn't think
         I could do something for you, and you for me?" Barnabas asks,
         "What is the nature of this cure?"  Julia explains, "Whole
         blood is insufficient to sustain you.  That's why you keep
         having to replenish your supply".  She tells him she has
         discovered the source of his malady, the destructive nature
         of his blood which causes more cells to be destroyed than
         created.  He asks, "What do you plan to do?"  She tells him
         she can cure him by introducing new plasma into his blood.
         Barnabas says, "You are beginning to intrigue me, Dr. Hoffman,
         you are beginning to intrigue me very much!" 
            Barnabas takes Julia to the old house to talk further. 
         There, he asks her, "Do others know who you actually are,
         what you are really seeking?" Julia replies, "No, they know
         me only as a historian doing research into the Collins 
         family". Barnabas asks, "Does anyone else know?" Julia
         at first is reluctant to tell him, but Barnabas demands,
         "There must be mutual trust if we are to work together".
         Julia admits, "Dr. Woodard". Barnabas asks, "How much
         do we actually know?" Julia tells him, "Only that I'm
         here investigating. I've kept him pretty much in the
         dark about the truth". Willie comes into the room. Barnabas
         explains to him that Julia knows the truth. Willie asks,
         "What's going to happen now?" Barnabas replies, "Miss Hoffman
         is a very unique doctor. She believes she can cure me of
         my condition". Willie turns to Julia and asks, "Can you?"
         Julia answers, "I'm fairly certain I can". She tells Barnabas
         she'll need a room to use as a laboratory. Barnabas tells
         her there are several downstairs she can use and tells Willie
         to take her down to let her select one.
            Sam and Joe are at the Collinsport Hospital, waiting for
         Dr. Woodard to come out of surgery. Sam tells Joe, "This has
         gotta stop, Joe, it's gotta stop!" Woodard comes out of 
         surgery into the room and asks, "What are you two doing here
         so late?" Sam replies, "We've got to talk!" Dr. Woodard
         complains that he's just finished delivering twins and 
         is dead tired, but Sam insists on talking, "I have to ask 
         you some questions. What's the lowdown on Dr. Hoffman? There's
         something fishy about her and I want to know what it is!". 
         Joe says, "We've found out she's at Collinwood pretending
         to be doing research into history. No one there knows who
         she is". Woodard explains, "She has her methods". Sam
         asks, "What good is all this concentration on the Collins
         family doing for Maggie?" Woodard replies, "I don't know
         that the Collins family has anything to do with Maggie.
         We want to know what's affected Maggie's mind, and the
         answers could come from anywhere". Sam asks, "Has Dr. Hoffman
         made any progress?" Woodard replies, "Her reports haven't
         been very promising so far". He asks for more time, saying, 
         "Answers could be hours away...Then again, they can be years 
         away". Sam angrily tells Woodard he isn't satisfied with his 
         explanation and demands, "I want an explanation soon or I'll 
         blow this thing wide open!" and storms off. Woodard begs Joe, 
         "Joe, don't let him do that!", but Joe replies, "I don't think 
         I can stop him. You see, I feel the same way he does". 
            At the old house, Willie comes back upstairs alone. Barnabas
         asks him, "Where is she?" Willie replies, "She's still down
         there. She's picked out a room. You sure you trust her?".   
         Barnabas replies, "I don't know". Willie asks, "Then how
         can you let her out of here?" Barnabas replies, "I didn't
         say I was going to let her out of here." Willie asks, "What
         are you going to do?" Barnabas replies, "I'm going to kill
         her!" He explains that he went to Collinwood with that
         very intention, that he was going to kill her and take the
         body back here, but decided to kill her at the Old House
         when he found out she was willing to come of her own
         free will. Willie asks, "That experiment she was talking
         about, could she really cure you? If she could, would you
         want it?" Barnabas replies that he would, but says, "It
         may be my downfall. She was clever enough to trap me!"
         Willie points, "But she didn't". Barnbas replies, "Yes.
         That's curious. And her theory of cleaning the blood -
         simple and logical". Willie asks, "Why not give her a chance?"
         Barnabas replies, "It may be my last mistake! No, I can't
         trust Dr. Hoffman. I can't take the chance. I will do
         away with her!" They are interrupted by Julia coming
         back upstairs. Julia tells Barnabas, "The room is quite
         satisfactory. I've prepared a list of things I'll need.
         There's a supply house in Bangor where they can be obtained".
         Barnabas tells her to give the list to Willie, who will get
         them for her in the morning. Julia adds, "The room will have
         to be cleaned and scrubbed". Barnabas turns to Willie and
         asks, "Hear that, Willie? You might as well start now". Willie 
         asks, "You want me to begin now?" Barnabas says, "Yes". Willie 
         replies, "OK", looks at Julia, and leaves. Julia remarks to 
         Barnabas, "He looked at me strangely there". Barnabas replies, 
         "He's a strange young man". Julia tells him, "We'll start the 
         treatments tomorrow" and goes to the coat rack to get her coat. 
         Barnabas asks, "Where are you going?" Julia replies, "Back to 
         Collinwood". Barnabas bars her way and says, "I think not. I've
         reconsidered everything, and I've come to the conclusion I can't
         trust you." Julia replies, "You'll have to learn to trust
         me. I represent your whole future!", but Barnabas replies,
         "I believe you to be a threat to me, and I cannot allow you
         to continue your existence".  Julia counters, "Alive, I'm hope.
         Dead, I'll be a danger to you! If you kill me, everyone will
         know who and what you are!". Barnabas asks, "How?" Julia replies,
         "To kill me is to find out". Barnabas doesn't believe her
         and reaches out to strangle her. Julia exclaims, "Maggie
         Evans!" Barnabas says, "Maggie Evans is dead" and puts
         his hands around her neck. Julia shouts, "Is she?"  Barnabas
         exclaims, "She's alive!?"  Julia continues, "Yes, alive and well
         hidden".  Barnabas asks, "What has she said?" Julia replies,
         "Nothing as yet. I tracked you down through my own deductions.
         Maggie's suffering from traumatic amnesia and remembers nothing,
         but eventually, she'll recover by herself." Barnabas says, "She
         will whether you're dead or alive". Julia explains, "No, as long
         as I'm alive, I'm in charge of her care. I can make sure her
         amnesia stays. My life is your security. Destroy me and
         you destroy yourself!"
         Episode 292
         Worldvision Rerun 82
         Tape Date: July 19, 1967 (ABC #157-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 8, 1967 Tuesday
         Writer:    Gordon Russell
         Director:  John Sedwick

            It is the next day. There's a knock at the door of the
         Old House. Julia answers it. It is Dr. Woodard. Julia asks,
         "What are you doing here?" Woodard replies, "The pertinent
         question is, What are YOU doing here? I went to Collinwood
         and Mrs. Stoddard told me you were here. What kind of research
         are you doing in this musty old place?" He once again
         demands to know what's going on, telling her about Joe
         and Sam. Julia replies, "I can't tell you. It would just
         put you and them in danger". She tells him she's on the
         verge of a great medical discovery and asks, "When you 
         were in medical school, didn't you dream of making some
         great breakthrough?" Woodard admits he did. Julia tells
         her he'll be part of this breakthrough. 
            In the woods, Sarah is sitting on a log crying. David
         comes into the clearing and greets her, "Sarah!". Sarah
         replies, "Hello". David asks, "What's the matter? Why
         are you crying?" Sarah replies, "I lost something". David
         volunteers, "I'll help you look for it". Sarah replies, 
         "You can't". David asks, "Where'd you lose it? In the
         woods, around here? What is it you lost?" Sarah replies, 
         "I lost a friend". David asks, "What friend?" Sarah replies,
         "Her name was Maggie". David says, "You mean Maggie Evans."
         Sarah says, "She's lost and I miss her". David tells her,
         "I'm sorry you miss her so much, but you'll never find
         her". Sarah asks, "Why not?" David replies, "Because she's
         dead". Sarah insists, "No she isn't! She isn't dead at all!
         Just lost!" David points out, "Everyone says she's dead".
         Sarah retorts, "Well, everyone's wrong! She's just gone
         away somewhere, but I don't know where!"  David invites 
         her, "Come to my house with me", but Sarah declines, saying
         "I'm not allowed to go to other people's houses", but David
         insists, saying, "It's getting late. Better come to my house".
         Sarah again insists that Maggie isn't dead, saying, "You know
         all about leaves and things, but I know who's dead!"
            There's a knock at the door of Collinwood. Julia answers.
         It's Burke Devlin. Burke introduces himself, "Hello, I'm
         Burke Devlin". Julia tells him, "Vicky's gone out for 
         a moment. She'll be back soon for her date with you". 
         Burke asks, "You're doing research into the Collins family.
         Why the Collins family?" Julia replies, "Not just into the
         Collins family, I'm doing research into several families,
         I just happened to start with them". Burke asks, "Why? What
         are you looking for?" Julia replies, "I'm hoping to prove
         that these families go back several generations further
         than most people think". Burke asks, "Why is that important?"
         Julia replies, "If you have to ask that question, I'm afraid
         I can't explain it to you". Burke remarks, "I grew up in
         Collinsport, and I've seen people poking around old books
         and records all my life. You don't seem to be that kind of
         person. You don't seem to be the kind of person who would
         be satisfied to add another footnote or two to history. You
         seem to me to be the kind of person who would be after 
         something much bigger". Julia jokes, "OK, I'll admit it.
         I am. I've learned that an old sea captain has left a
         trunk full of jewels in the basement, and I'm trying to find
         it!  Is that what you want to hear?"  Burke replies, "Not
         exactly", and is about to question her further when suddenly
         Vicky comes bursting in through the front doors, very excited,
         exclaiming, "The most wonderful thing just happened! I'm in
         love!" Burke looks puzzled. Vicky explains, "I've just seen
         the most charming house! It's at the end of the North Road, by
         the sea!" She babbles about how wonderful this house is and
         says, "It was like it was just waiting for me, just for me!"
         Burke asks, "What's it like?" Julia excuses herself, saying, "You
         two probably want to be alone", but Vicky insists, "No, I think
         you'd like to hear about it too!" They all go into the drawing
         room. Vicky tells them, "It faces the sea. It's almost more
         part of the sea than the land! An old sea captain must have
         built it! It's isolated. There are no other houses around it."
         Burke remarks, "Wow, the place really got to you". Vicky
         tells him, "It's the house I've dreamed of all my life!"
         Burke replies, "I'd like to see it".
            While they are inside the drawing room talking about the
         house, David comes in through the front door with Sarah.
         He tells her, "Stay here, and I'll go tell Vicky I've
         brought a guest". Vicky comes out into the foyer and says,
         "David! Where have you been?" David repiles, "I've brought
         a friend for dinner". Vicky asks, "Who?" David turns back
         toward the doors and is startled to see no one there.
         Puzzled, he tells Vicky, "Well, she came in with me. Where'd
         she go?" Vicky asks, "Did she tell you where she lived?"
         David replies, "I was going to ask her, but she was crying
         too much". Vicky asks, "About what?" David answers, "About
         Maggie". Vicky remarks, "Maggie's dead". David says, "I
         told her, but she kept saying Maggie was alive". Vicky 
         tells David she thinks he imagined his friend, that he
         wanted to think Maggie is alive. David shouts, "I did not
         make up Sarah! You don't know anything!" and angrily 
         runs upstairs. Julia and Burke, who have come out into
         the foyer, discuss David with Vicky. Julia tells Vicky 
         she doesn't think it's good to indulge David in his
         fantasies, especially his fantasy that Maggie is still 
         alive. Burke tells Vicky, "I'm hungry. Let's go out and
         get something to eat". Vicky at first refuses, saying,
         "I don't think I should leave David alone here tonight",
         but Burke manages to convince her to go. Vicky goes to the
         coat rack in the alcove to get her coat and suddenly
         cries, "Burke!" Burke asks, "What's the matter?" Vicky
         bends down, picks something up, comes out into the
         foyer and says, "I found this, a little girl's bonnet!",
         an old fashioned girl's bonnet in her hand....
         Episode 293
         Worldvision Rerun 83
         Tape Date: July 20, 1967 (ABC #158-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 9, 1967 Wednesday
         Writer:    Gordon Russell
         Director:  John Sedwick

           Barnabas awakens and gets out of his coffin. Seeing Willie
         there, he says, "Good Evening, Willie." Wille tells him, 
         "Dr. Hoffman was here today". Barnabas asks, "What did she 
         want?" Willie replies, "She moved some things into the room
         you gave her. She said she'd be back tonight". Barnabas
         replies, "Pity I won't be here to see her. I'm going to be
         at Collinwood tonight". Willie asks, "Why?" Barnabas replies,
         "Because I have relations there". Willie asks, "So you're only
         going there for a social visit?"  Barnabas replies, "Now why
         else would I go?"  Willie asks, "Now that's what I want to know".
         Barnabas angrily replies,  "You have the oddest way of confusing
         things.  I am not beholden to you. You are beholden to me! Don't
         forget it!" They go upstairs.  Willie continues, "I wish you'd
         leave Vicky alone. Don't hurt her!". Barnabas replies, "Willie,
         you're being a bore.  Miss Winters is an enchanting woman.  She
         hears the voice of the past.  I simply enjoy her company, that's
         all".  Willie asks, "What are your plans for her?"  Barnabas replies,
         "I have no plans for her, at least nothing sinister." Willie says,
         "What if I don't believe you?" Barnabas replies, "You have no choice
         but to believe me. Willie, I don't understand this mood you're in.
         I'd think you'd be overjoyed that Maggie Evans is still alive". He
         adds, "The thought doesn't fill me with joy". He warns Willie,
         "Keep an eye on Hoffman.  Watch her, keep track of her every moment.
         At the moment, I have to cooperate with her, but there will come a
         time when..." He stops. Willie asks, "What?" Barnabas replies,
         "I'm not sure". He muses, "Interesting, the concern you show for
         Miss Winters, but the total lack of interest in what I may have
         planned for Dr. Hoffman".  He opens the front doors to leave.
         As he does so, he remarks, "How odd it is that people cling
         so tenaciously to life, when it is so much better to be
         young forever, untouched by time, untouched by anything."
         Willie replies, "Except loneliness".
            In the drawing room at Collinwood, Burke sips a cup of
         coffee and compliments Vicky, "You make a good cup of coffee",
         but notices that Vicky doesn't seem to hear him. He tells
         her, "You're a million miles away!" Vicky replies, "Oh! No
         I'm not!" Burke replies, "Just at the end of the North Road
         and that house you found. That house has really cast its
         spell on you". Vicky admits that it did, that she even went
         past a "No trespassing" sign to look inside, then once inside,
         looked out a window and saw, "a three masted schooner in the
         distance". Burke exclaims, "That's impossible! There hasn't
         been a three masted schooner in a hundred years!" Vicky
         continues, "But I saw one. It was carrying cashmere, silk
         and spices from the Orient, and aboard was the sea captain,
         with his young bride from Barbados". Burke asks, "Vicky, you
         don't mean you looked out the window and saw all that?!" Vicky
         asks, "You don't believe me?" Burke replies, "Of course not!"
         Vicky laughs and says, "I guess I'll have to make up a better
         story next time! Well, that's what I SHOULD have seen from that
         window!" Burke suggests, "Let's drive up and look at the house".
         Vicky replies, "Yes, we can go tomorrow. I can take David and
         we can have a picnic". Burke replies, "No, right now. The way
         you talk, I feel as if I had a rival, and I'm the type of guy
         who likes to size up his rivals." Vicky replies, "All right,
         let me change first. When I was there earlier, it was cold
         inside, very, very cold. I suppose it's because its been
         abandonned so very, very long". There's a knock at the door.
         Vicky answers. It's Barnabas. Seeing Burke and Vicky, he says,
         "I hope I'm not interrupting". Burke tells him, "We were just
         about to go out". He explains to him how Vicky found a house
         at the end of the North Road, "It's right by the sea, surrounded
         by birch trees".  Barnabas replies, "Sounds charming!" Vicky
         replies, "It is!" Barnabas remarks, "Empty old houses usually
         are". Burke asks, "How did you know it was empty?" Barnabas
         replies, "Occupied old houses usually lose their charm. People
         do the wrong things with them".  Burke, in a slightly snide
         voice, remarks, "Like installilng electricity, and heat?" Barnabas
         tells Vicky, "I'd very much like to see this house". Vicky replies,
         "You're welcome to join us". She suggests they all get together
         sometime and go see it toghether. Barnabas asks, "When?" Vicky
         replies, "Tomorrow. We'll get a good view in the daylight."
         Barnabas says, "It'll give the authorities a good view of us,
         too.  No Trespassing usually means No Trespassing". Burke asks,
         "Vicky mentioned a no trespassing sign. How did you know
         about it?" Barnabas replies, "Almost all empty houses have
         No Trespassing signs".
            Barnabas and Burke are waiting for Vicky. Burke gripes,
         "I wish Vicky would hurry". Barnabas says, "Your impatience
         surprises me. A man should be willing to wait an eternity for
         the woman he loves if necessary". Burke says, "She's had more
         than enough time to change into a warm dress!" Barnabas muses,
         "That's the difference between modern man and..." He pauses.
         Burke asks, "and what?" Barnabas replies, "And the kind of
         man who used to live here". He asks Burke about his mysterious
         past, "You were born and raised around here, but you've gone away
         and made your fortune and now no one knows anything about you".
         Burke replies, "That's the way I like it". He remarks that
         Barnabas is mysterious too. He remarks on how he never talks
         about any friends in England. Barnabas replies, "I've never
         talked about any friends in England because I  didn't have any".
         Burke, incredulous, asks, "You mean to say you lived your whole
         life in England and you didn't have any friends there?  You
         didn't know a single solitary soul?" Barnabas replies, "I lived
         with a cousin outside of London.  I chose to live a solitary life,
         and I did so". Burke asks, "But you DO know the name of that cousin,
         I trust". Barnabas pauses then replies, "Bradford. Nile Bradford".
         Vicky finally comes downstairs. Barnabas remarks, "You look lovely!"
         He slyly adds, "And, I might add, well worth the wait".
         Episode 294 (Last show in Black and White)
         Worldvision Rerun 84
         Tape Date: July 21, 1967 (ABC #159-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 10, 1967 Thursday
         Writer:    Gordon Russell
         Director:  John Sedwick

            In her room at Windcliff sanitarium, Maggie looks out her
         barred window and begs, "Somebody help me! I just want to go
         home! Somebody! I want to go home!" She hears a voice from
         behind her call "Maggie?" She turns and is surprised to Sarah
         standing there. Sarah says, "It's me, Sarah, your very best
         friend!" Maggie exclaims, "You're here!" Sarah replies, "Of
         course I am! I didn't know where you were, so I looked and 
         looked everywhere, and now I've found you, and I'll help
         you go home!" She looks around and says, "What a funny room".
         Maggie tells her, "I don't like it very much". She asks,
         "You're going to help me get home?"  Sarah replies, "Yes". 
         Maggie asks, "How? The door is locked and the windows are 
         barred". Sarah replies, "Well, every door has a key. Where's
         the key to this one?" Maggie replies, "Nurse Jackson has it.
         The key is on a ring, the ring is on a chain, and the chain
         is attached to a belt". Sarah tells her, "Then that's how
         we'll get out. Just do as I tell you." She pauses and says,
         "Oh, wait a minute". She goes to the night table, gets the
         doll, and gives it to Maggie, then leads her to the door and
         asks her to call the nurse. Maggie shouts, "Miss Jackson! Miss
         Jackson!" Nurse Jackson opens the door and comes in. She sees
         Sarah sitting on the bed singing "London Bridge" and asks,
         "Who are you? Where's Maggie Evans?" Suddenly, Maggie comes
         out of hiding behind the door just opened, runs out, closes
         and locks the door with the key, which Nurse Jackson had left
         in the lock. Nurse Jackson runs to the door, shouts "Maggie,
         Maggie!", and tries to open it but finds it locked. She moans,
         "Oh, you've helped her escape!" She turns and looks, but 
         the little girl is gone! She looks around the room, but can
         find no little girl...
            Vicky, Burke and Barnabas go to see the old house Vicky found.
         As they approach it from a distance, Burke remarks, "Where's
         the No Trespassing sign? I don't see it". Barnabas points and
         says, "Over there, by the stone fence". Burke says, "You must
         have the eyes of a cat to be able to see so well in the dark!
         I can't even see the stone fence!"
            They go inside the old house and make their way around by
         candlelight. Vicky tells Barnabas she thinks his idea of 
         bringing candles and seeing it in candlelight was excellent,
         but Burke tells Vicky he thinks it's dangerous stumbling around 
         by candlelight. Vicky remarks, "I want to know all about this
         house the people who lived here!" and tells Burke she'd like
         to go have a look upstairs. Burke warns her against this, saying
         it might be dangerous. Barnabas volunteers to go, saying, "I'm
         more accustomed to making my way around by candlelight". He
         adds, "Perhaps I'll find something for you from the past" and
         goes upstairs.  Burke suggests to Vicky, "Forget about the past
         and think about the future. It can be very rosy if you let it".
            Maggie is walking through the woods with Sarah. Maggie tells
         her little friend, "I'm frightened out here". Sarah replies, 
         "Don't be afraid. I'll take care of you and take you home".
         Maggie asks, "You're a funny little girl. Sometimes, I don't
         understand you. The door was locked and the window was barred.
         How did you get in?" Sarah replies, "The same way I got out!"
         Maggie asks, "But I locked the door after me when I left. How
         did you get out?" Sarah replies, "The same way I got in!" Maggie
         laughs. Sarah remarks, "I've never seen you laugh before! You
         have a nice laugh! Let's sing as we go along. It'll make the
         time go faster!" They start singing "London Bridge".
            Burke tells Vicky, "We've been here long enough. I think
         we should be getting back to Collinwood". He tells Vicky
         to call Barnabas. Vicky calls, "Barnabas! Barnabas?", but
         gets no answer. Burke remarks that it's chilly and says
         he thinks they should have central heating installed. 
         Vicky replies, "I don't think the people who used to live
         her would like that". Burke thinks this is silly and they
         get into a little argument about it. Barnabas comes back
         downstairs. He tells Vicky, "The upper floor is every bit
         as charming as the main floor". Vicky tells him Burke thinks
         they should be getting back. Barnabas tells Vicky, "I have
         a present for you. A lady's handkerchief, embroidered by
         hand". He hands her a handkerchief. Vicky asks, "Where did
         you find it?" Barnabas replies, "In an isolated room upstairs".
         Vicky looks at the handkerchief and reads the monogram, 
         "F. McA. C. I wonder who it belonged to. Thank you, but do
         you think it's right to take it?". Barnabas replies, "I'm
         sure whoever it belonged to would be glad for you to have
            Having seen the house, Burke, Vicky and Barnabas go to
         the Blue Whale. Vicky remarks, "A drink would feel good in
         this cold weather!" Barnabas volunteers to buy the drinks and
         asks, "What can I bring you?" Vicky replies, "A scotch and
         water" while Burke orders, "Bourbon". Barnabas leaves to
         get the drinks. Vicky and Burke talk about the old house.
         Vicky tells Burke, "It seemed so safe, with you tapping
         the beams and testing the floors". Burke jokes about how
         isolated it is, saying, "Well, this is the jet age. It'll
         take no time to fly from there to Collinsport". Vicky 
         muses on how different he is from Barnabas. Burke remarks,
         "I take that as a compliment". Vicky replies, "I find his
         preoccupation with the past touching". Burke tells her,
         "You'll forget all about the past once you find the future
         as enticing, and I intend to make your future very enticing".
         Vicky, looking at the handkerchief, replies, "We'll, I'd give 
         one moment to the past - I wonder who F. McA. C. was". Barnabas 
         returns with the drinks. They talk about the house again.
         Barnabas tells Vicky, "You have good taste. I found that 
         house charming too". Vicky replies, "It's the only house I think
         I could be happy to spend the rest of my life in". The front door 
         opens.  Maggie Evans steps in. Vicky sees her and and exclaims,
         "BURKE!!!", a look of astonishment on her face. Burke asks, 
         "What is it? Vicky exclaims, "IT'S MAGGIE EVANS! IT'S MAGGIE EVANS!" 
         Everyone turns to look, except Barnabas, who keeps his face
         averted. Maggie comes in and walks towards Barhabas, who
         continues keeping his face averted. Maggie moans, "No...
         No..." and faints.
July 24 - July 28, 1967 - No taping due to new equipment being
installed in studio.
         Episode 295 (First episode in color)
         Worldvision Rerun 85
         Tape Date: July 31, 1967 (ABC #160-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 11, 1967 Friday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  John Sedwick

           Vicky exclaims, "Maggie! Maggie! Can you hear me? I can't
         believe it! She's alive! How can it be?" Maggie starts to
         regain conciousness and moans, "No...No...". Vicky tells
         her, "Maggie, you're all right, you're safe now!" Maggie
         looks up and asks, "Who are you?" Vicky replies, "Vicky. 
         Don't you recognize me?" Maggie replies, "I think I do".
         Vicky tells her, "I'm Vicky Winters, your friend". 
         Maggie mutters, "Vicky. I know that name. Who am I?"
         Suddenly, she cries, "Where is she? Where is she?" Vicky
         asks, "Who?" Maggie replies, "The little girl who brought
         me here".  Barnabas volunteers to go outside and look for
         her and leaves. Vicky asks Maggie, "Maggie, where were you?"
         Maggie replies, "Far away. For awhile, I was in a place like
         a hospital." Burke asks, "How did you get here?" Maggie
         replies, "A little girl brought me here". Barnabas comes
         back in and announces, "there's no one out there". Maggie
         says, "Not there? She's always disappearing. I never know
         when she'll come back". Burke asks, "Where were you before
         you were in the hospital". Maggie starts to say, "A room...",
         but Barnabas suddenly interrupts her saying, "Shouldn't we
         contact her father?" Maggie forgets what she was talking about
         and starts muttering, "Pop..." She looks at Barnabas and
         says, "That face...I know that face". Vicky tells her,
         "Of course you do. You know all of us". Maggie continues,
         "Remember it...I can almost remember it..." but faints
         before she can finish the sentence.
            Maggie has been brought to Dr. Woodard's office. Woodard
         asks Maggie, "Do you recognize me?" Maggie replies, "I've
         seen you somewhere before. What's the matter with me?".
         Woodard explains, "You've suffered a loss of memory, that's
         all. Otherwise, you're fine. Even your memory is returning.
         You rememeber me, Vicky, Burke". Burke tells Dr. Woodard
         he'd like to talk to him in private. They go outside, leaving
         Maggie in the room with Vicky.
            Outside, Burke asks, "You knew about this all along! Why
         didn't you tell me?" Woodard explains to him why it was 
         necessary to lie that Maggie was dead, telling him that
         Sam and Joe knew the truth. Burke asks, "What happens now?
         The whole town probably knows the truth by now". Woodard
         replies, "Hope we catch the madman before he strikes..."
            Maggie tells Vicky, "I'm starting to remember better.
         I know you very well, don't I?" Vicky tells her, "Don't
         be afraid. There are people who love you and will protect
         you". Maggie asks, "Protect me from what?" Vicky tells her,
         "We need you to remember. Try to remember". Maggie tries,
         "All I remember is a room, there was a scent in that room,
         and a kind of music, a special kind of music..."
            There's a knock at the door of Collinwood. Julia answers.
         It's Barnabas. Julia asks, "What are you doing here?" Barnabas
         answers, "I must speak to you about something important, alone. 
         Anyone else here?" Julia answers, "Yes, but they're upstairs". 
         Barnabas takes Julia into the drawing room and closes the door.
         Julia asks, "What is it?" Barnabas exclaims, "You have betrayed
         me! Maggie Evans has appeared!" Julia, shocked, says, "Maggie
         Evans?!" Barnabas replies, "Here in Collinsport. She's now 
         with Dr. Woodard and her friends. Somehow, she's gotten out
         of that secure place you were hiding her". Julia asks, "Did
         she see you?" Barnabas replies, "Yes." Julia asks, "What 
         happened?" Barnabas replies, "There was a glimmer of 
         recognition. I can't trust you anymore. I'll have to take
         care of Maggie Evans myself!".  The phone rings. Julia
         answers. It's Dr. Wooodard, Julia says, "Oh? Is that so?
         Tell me, has the patient said anything? That's all? Nothing
         specific about what happened to her?" She instructs Woodard,
         "No one is to question you, not even you. Clear everyone 
         else out of your office. No one is to see me come there."
         After she hangs up, she tells Barnabas, "Everything is under
         control". Barnabas asks, "What do you mean?" Julia replies,
         "I'm going down there, and when I'm finished, there won't be
         the slightest possiblity that Maggie Evans that will remember
            In Dr. Woodard's office, Maggie asks, "Why do I have to
         stay?" Woodard replies, "Dr. Hoffman is coming to see you".
         Maggie remarks, "Dr. Hoffman, I remember a Dr. Hoffman".
         Her memory is returning rapidly. She continues, "There's so
         much I want to say! She's such a strange person. So many things
         I'm starting to remember. My father, his name is Sam Evans! I'm
         starting to remember my house! It's by the sea, with a 
         big bay window. My father paints by that window. Everything's
         starting to come back! I remember another house, an old
         house. I was being kept prisoner there. There's a man, he's
         coming closer, closer! I can't make out the face. He's
         coming closer. I know that face!" Suddenly, a female voice
         orders, "Maggie, don't say anything more!" It's Julia, who's
         just come into the room. Maggie tells her, "Dr. Hoffman,
         I remember everything, everything!" Dr. Woodard tells Julia,
         "She was just on the point of saying who kidnapped her".
         Julia tells him, "I thought I told you not to question her".
         Woodard replies, "We were just talking." Maggie says, "I want
         to say everything, everything!" Julia stops her, "This is the
         day we've been waiting for. We mustn't ruin it. We must do
         this properly, or you might suffer a relapse and become the
         way you were before". Maggie gasps, "No!" Julia tells her, 
         "You must do as I say", then tells Dr. Woodard she needs to
         be alone with Maggie. Woodard, very irritated, leaves. 
            Julia asks Maggie, "Now, Maggie, what is it you actually
         remember?" Maggie replies, "Everything! It was horrible!
         I remember being in a cemetary, I remember being locked in
         a coffin, I remember being held prisoner and I remember who 
         did it all!" Julia asks, "Who?" Maggie replies, "Barnabas 
         Collins! He's some sort of creature from the world of the
         dead! He's not alive! Do you believe me?" Julia takes out
         a medallion he has on a necklace and tells Maggie, "Yes,
         I believe you. Right now, we'll have to stabilize your 
         memory. Look at it, and listen to my voice...". 
           Dr. Woodard waits outside. Julia finally comes out. Woodard 
         asks, "Well?" Julia tells him, "Come in, see for yourself". 
         Woodard comes into the office and asks Maggie what she remembers. 
         Maggie replies, "I remember everything. I remember being at home 
         sick in bed, and the next thing finding myself in your office. 
         Now if you could tell me everything that happened in between, 
         everything'll be fine". 
         Episode 296 (Kinescope)
         Worldvision Rerun 86
         Tape Date: August 1, 1967 (ABC #161-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 14, 1967 Monday
         Writer:    Ron Sproat
         Director:  Lela Swift

            Dr. Woodard gasps, "But I don't understand! Just a moment
         ago, you said you remembered everything! Maggie, what do
         you remember?" Maggie repeats, "I remember saying goodnight
         to Pop, going to bed, then the next think I remember is
         finding myself here". Woodard exclaims, "But Maggie, that
         was weeks ago! Don't you remember anything that happened to
         you in between?" She tells him she's told him all she remembers.
         Woodard tells her about her having been kidnapped and being kept
         at Windcliff for her safety. Sam comes into the room and says, 
         "Burke told me Maggie was here". Woodard asks Julia to come 
         outside for a talk.  
            Outside, Woodard tells Julia, "Julia, I just can't figure
         this out. One moment, Maggie says she remembers everything,
         the next, she remembers nothing at all". Julia suggests,
         "Maybe that's what she meant". Woodard tells her, "For a 
         moment there, I thought she was going tell who was holding
         her". Julia replies, "If that's so, then she must have 
         repressed it immediately". Woodard asks, "What did she say
         when you were in there with her?" Julia replies, "She said she
         was frightened and I calmed her down". Woodard asks, "That's all?"
         Julia replies, "Yes, that's all".
            Inside, Sam asks Maggie to try to remember what happened,
         telling her to trace the events of the last night at the
         cottage. Maggie does so, and begins to remember a dream she
         had that night, "I remember someone coming into the room.
         He's coming into a pool of moonlight." Sam asks, "Who is it?"
         Maggie tries to remember but can't, exclaiming "I can't! I
         can't remember! Please, Pop, can we go home?" Sam opens the
         office door and asks Drs. Woodard and Hoffman to come inside.
         He asks to bring Maggie home. Woodard tells him he can, but
         tells him to make sure to call the sheriff for some protection.
         Julia, however, disagrees. She tells them, "I've made 
         arrangements for her to be taken back to Windcliff". Dr. 
         Woodard and Sam, however, disagree with her. Woodard says, 
         "There's no reason for that now. Everyone knows she's alive". 
         He tells Julia that he's decided to keep Maggie at home, guarded 
         by sheriff's deputies, and that she can come there to continue 
         treating her. Julia, defeated, tells Maggie that it's important 
         for her to keep it a secret that she's a doctor treating her. 
         Maggie asks, "Why?" Julia replies, "I'm trying to uncover some
         information that may be very important to you. If I come to
         your house and someone's there, don't call me doctor. Say that
         I'm a writer working on a book about your father's paintings".
         After Sam and Maggie leave, Woodard remarks, "I hope she's out
         of the woods". Julia replies, "She may be safer than you think".
         Woodard asks, "What do you mean?" Julia refuses to elaborate,
         saying only, "Some day, you'll understand. Perhaps very soon".
           Sam takes Maggie back home and into her room. He tells her,
         "Everything's just as you left it, darling". He asks her, 
         "Hungry? Want a glass of milk?" She declines. Maggie looks
         around her room and remarks, "I feel like I've been on a long
         trip". She walks around, then opens the French doors. She 
         abruptly shuts them and gasps, "There's someone out there!"
         Sam tells her, "That's a sheriff's deputy. They're surrounding
         the house. If anything happens, just yell and they'll all be
         here in 10 seconds flat!" There's a knock at the front door.
         Sam asks, "Who could that be?" and goes to open it. Maggie
         hears Joe's voice talking to Sam, "Vicky called me and told
         me...", and a few seconds later, Joe steps into her room.
         She exclaims, "JOE!" Joe replies, "Hi! Do you recognize me?"
         Maggie replies, "Sure! That's a silly question! Joe, it's good
         to see you!" Joe exuberantly replies, "You don't know how good
         it is to see you!" and kisses her, then says, "You've been
         away for so long. I'm going to make sure you never go away
         again. Here, you're safe and secure and you're going to stay
         safe and secure". Maggie asks, "Why did you ask me if I 
         remembered you? Was there a time I didn't remember?" Joe
         replies, "Yes, when you were in the hospital". Maggie asks,
         "What was I like?". Joe replies, "You're better now". Maggie
         says, "I was crazy, wasn't I?", but all Joe will tell her
         is "You're better now, and that's all that matters". Maggie
         asks, "Was I really kidnapped? Who could've done that? Who
         would want to do that?"
            Meanwhile, Barnabas is at the old house, brooding. There's
         a knock at the door. Barnabas answers. It's Julia. Barnabas
         asks, "Well?" Julia replies, "Everything's under control".
         Barnabas asks, "What do you mean?" Julia explains, "Maggie
         Evans is no longer a threat to you. She's forgotten everything
         you did to her. I hypnotized her. She was about to remember
         everything. I got to her just in time". Barnabas asks, "How long
         will that last?"*  Julia replies, "I don't know. Perhaps
         indefinitely. I've made arrangements to continue seeing her
         as her doctor. I'll make sure she doesn't remember anything.
         As long as you cooperate with me, you're safe. You mustn't do
         anything to harm Maggie Evans. She can't hurt you. If you 
         hurt her, I'll expose you. You must cooperate with me. You
         have no choice. Good night". She leaves.
            The cock crows. Barnabas exclaims, "Dawn! You're safe
         today, Maggie Evans, but I can't take a chance on your
         silence. Tomorrow night, you must die!"
            At the Evans's cottage, Maggie, sleeping peacefully in
         bed, is awakened by the sound of dogs barking. She exclaims,
         "What's that?" She then notices Sarah's doll lying on her night
         table. She picks it up and, no longer remembering it, remarks,
         "What's this? It wasn't here before. I've got to ask Pop about
         it tomorrow." She puts the doll back on the table and goes back
         to sleep.

         *Slight factual blooper here.  Barnabas couldn't possibly know
          what "hypnotized" means.  The word "hypnotism" and its
          derivatives weren't coined until the 1840's.  Prior to that,
          it was known as "mesmerism", after its discoverer Mesmer.
         Episode 297
         Worldvision Rerun 87
         Tape Date: August 2, 1967 (ABC #162-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 15, 1967 Tuesday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  Lela Swift

            Joe is sitting on the sofa in the living room of the Evan's
         cottage. He looks very tired. Seeing that it's morning, he gets
         up and turns off the lamps. Sam comes into the room with a tray
         of coffee and tells Joe, "Here.  Get some of this into you".
         They discuss the danger to Maggie from the madman.
         Joe warns Sam, "The kidnapper, whoever he is, might not know
         that Maggie doesn't remember him.  He might try to get her.
         What are we going to do about it?"  Sam tells Joe, "I'm thinking
         of moving away from Collinsport". Joe replies, "As much as I'd
         hate to see that, that may not be such a bad idea". Maggie comes
         out of her bedroom wearing a checkered bathrobe and says, "Good
         Morning! I see the Collinsport Coffee Shop is holding an emergency
         meeting!"  They tell her how good it is to see her home. Sam offers
         her some coffee. Maggie jokes,  "Your coffee isn't fit for human
         consumption!" and offers to go make a pot that is. Maggie tells
         Sam, "Now that I'm back everything's all right". She tells him
         she's thinking of calling her boss and getting back to work at
         the coffeeshop, but Sam replies, "No! It's too soon!" Sam starts
         to lie to her about a trip he's thinking of, but then admits he's
         thinking of moving away from Collinsport for her safety. Maggie
         refuses to go.
            Maggie is in her room, now dressed. She looks around for
         a minute. She looks at the doll again, then puts it down
         and picks up a book. Taking the book with her, she goes to
         a chair, sits down, and starts reading. She looks up and
         is startled to see a little girl standing in the french doorway
         and asks, "Hello! What are you doing here?" Sarah replies,
         "I just wanted to see you. Is this your room? It's very 
         pretty. Are you feeling better now?". Maggie replies, "Yes
         I am, thank you". Sarah says, "I missed you". Maggie asks,
         "Did you? Why?" Sarah replies, "Because you're my very best
         friend". Maggie asks, "I am? Where do you live?" Sarah
         points out the window and says, "Way, way over there in
         a big old house". Maggie asks, "What's your name?" Sarah
         replies, "Sarah! You act as if you don't recognize me!" 
         Maggie explains, "You'll have to excuse me. My memory isn't
         what it should be right now". Sarah asks, "Would you like to
         play with me?" Maggie replies that she would. She gets up and
         they start playing catch. The girl sings "London Bridge" as
         she plays and asks Maggie to sing along with her. Maggie
         replies, "I haven't heard that song in a long time". Sarah
         protests, "But you've sung it with me lots of times!" 
         Maggie asks, "When?" Sarah replies, "When you were sad,
         when I came to play with you!" Maggie asks, "Where did you 
         see me?" Sarah asks, "Tell me the truth! Don't you recognize
         me?". Maggie replies, "No". Sarah, upset, cries, "You're 
         just like everyone else! You've forgotten me! I even gave
         you my doll!" Maggie gets the doll and asks, "You mean this
         is yours?" Sarah cries, "Yes, and I want it!" She grabs
         it, says, "Only my doll remembers me!  Only my doll!" and
         runs out the doors. Maggie looks out and shouts, "Sarah!",
         but no one is in sight...
            Maggie is in the living room, looking at the sketch of
         Sarah Sam made. She asks Sam about the efforts made to
         locate her. Sam tells her, "They've checked every Sarah
         in town. None of them fits this description". He suggests,
         "You said she liked to play games. Maybe Sarah's not her real
         name". Maggie tells Sam she's sure the little girl  knows
         something about what happened to her and tells him she thinks 
         it's very important they find her. She goes into her room. 
         There's a knock at the front door. Sam opens it and says, "Oh, 
         Mr. Collins, hello". It's Barnabas. Barnabas says, "I came to 
         inquire about your daughter. How is she?" Sam replies, "She's 
         in excellent physical condition. She even wanted to go back to 
         work". Barnabas asks, "Has she any idea what happened to her?"
         Sam replies, "She can't remember a thing. She can remember 
         being here that last night, then being in Dr. Woodard's
         office, but she can't remember a thing in between. We're 
         completely baffled". Barnabas asks, "Would it be possible for 
         me to see her?" Sam shouts, "Maggie, Mr. Collins is here to
         see you!" Maggie comes out and says warmly, "Well, hello, Mr. 
         Collins. How sweet of you to come". Barnabas tells her, "Would
         you mind if I paid you a short visit?"  Maggie replies, "Only
         if it's too short!"  Sam asks Barnabas, "Will you be staying
         here for a few minutes? I have some paintings to deliver.
         Could you keep Maggie company?" Barnabas agrees to do so.
         Sam leaves.
            Maggie tells Barnabas, "I don't remember anything. If it
         weren't for the calendar, I wouldn't be able to believe what
         happened. They've been asking me all sorts of questions,
         about Eagle Hill cemetary and such, but I think they've
         given up. My answer is always the same, 'I don't remember'".
         Barnabas asks, "Do you think if you saw the man who kidnapped
         you you'd recognize him?" Maggie replies, "I hope so. If someone
         did this to me, I think he deserves to be punished". Barnabas
         agrees, "Yes". Maggie says, "Maybe I will start to remember,
         just a little bit". She tells him about the strange little
         girl who visited her in the morning, "She said she remembered
         me. She said we used to sing 'London Bridge' together". 
         Barnabas asks, "How old was this little girl?" Maggie
         replies, "8 or 9. She was wearing a strange, old fashioned
         dress". Barnabas asks, "Do you know her name?" Maggie
         replies, "She said her name was Sarah". Barnabas gets
         a strange look on his face and repeats, "Sarah..." Maggie
         remarks, "If we could find her, I think she could help find who
         kidnapped me. Apparently she saw me then.  I can only hope
         that they find the person who did this to me!".  Barnabas
         agrees, "Something must be done!"
            The alarm clock reads 11:38. Maggie is in bed sleeping
         peacefully. The sound of dogs howling outsideis heard. The
         shadow of a figure appears outside the french doors. The doors
         open and Barnabas steps in. He walks up to Maggie's bed. He
         takes a cushion from a chair and prepares to suffocate her, but
         suddenly stops when he hears the voice of a little girl
         singing "London Bridge". He gasps, "Sarah! Sarah, where
         are you? Sarah, what is it that you want, what do you want
         of me?" and leaves.
         Episode 298
         Worldvision Rerun 88
         Tape Date: August 3, 1967 (ABC #163-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 16, 1967 Wednesday
         Writer:    Ron Sproat
         Director:  Lela Swift

            Carolyn is in the drawing room at Collinwood pacing around,
         looking worried. Elizabeth comes in and asks, "Where's Vicky?"
         Carolyn replies, "She went to visit Maggie Evans". Elizabeth
         says, "It's wonderful about Maggie, isn't it?" Carolyn replies,
         "I'm so happy she's still alive. I'm so happy for Joe". 
         Elizabeth notices that Carolyn is acting strangely and asks
         why. Carolyn replies, "I keep getting this odd feeling,
         Mother, I feel sure something terrible is going to happen".
         Elizabeth asks, "Like what?" Carolyn replies, "I don't know.
         I just get the feeling that it's going to happen very, very
         soon". Elizabeth asks, "What do you mean?" Carolyn replies,
         "I don't know". Elizabeth takes her hands and exclaims,
         "You're hands are as cold as ice! What is it, what's troubling
         you?" Carolyn again replies, "I don't know". They are interrupted
         by a knock at the front door. Elizabeth goes to answer it. It's
         Burke Devlin. He asks, "Vicky here?" Elizabeth tells him she's
         gone to visit Maggie. Burke tells her, "Actually, it was you 
         I came to see. I want to buy a piece of property you own. 
         It's called 'Seaview' and it's a few miles down the beach".
         Elizabeth tells him, "I don't know if that house is still
         habitable. It hasn't been lived in for years". Burke tells
         her, "I'd like to see it". Elizabeth tells him, "The deed
         and key are in the library. You can look at it now if you'll
         wait". He tells her he will and she goes to the library.
         Carolyn sees Burke and greets him, "Hello, Burke". Burke
         replies, "Hello, Carolyn". They talk about the house. 
         Burke tells Carolyn, "Vicky loves that house and I was
         thinking of buying it". Elizabeth returns with the key
         and deed and says, "There's something strange about this
         deed. It's marked 'Not for sale'". Burke asks, "Does that
         mean you can't sell it?" Elizabeth replies, "No, it's just
         strange". Burke asks, "Do you know anything about the house?"
         Elizabeth replies, "Only that it's been in the family for
         years". They start to leave. Carolyn insists on joining
         them, saying, "I'd love to see the place after all Vicky's
         said about".
            Once inside the house, Carolyn exclaims, "Lovely! There's
         a feeling about it!" She leaves to explore. Burke asks
         Elizabeth, "If you decide to sell it to me, what will the 
         price be?" Elizabeth replies, "I'm not sure. I'll have to think 
         about it". Burke asks, "How long will that take?" Elizabeth
         replies, "Burke, you're sure anxious about this. You surprise me. 
         You don't strike me as a man who would want to buy a house". Burke 
         replies, "Maybe I've decided to settle down".  Elizabeth remarks,
         "You don't strike me as the sort of man who would want to settle
         down".  Burke replies, "Maybe I've changed.  Do I have to spell
         it out for you?"  Elizabeth replies, "No", understanding what
         he means.  Burke asks, "Do you approve?" Elizabeth replies, "Yes.
         I didnt't think you'd care whether I did or didn't". Burke replies,
         "Strangely, I do".  Elizabeth remarks, "You surprise me, Burke".
            Elizabeth tells Burke she doesn't share his enthusiasm about
         the house, saying she feels something's strange about it. Burke
         asks her how long she'll take to think about it. Elizabeth
         replies, "A day or two. You're in a hurry". Burke replies,
         "I have reason to be".
            At the Evan's cottage, Maggie tells Vicky she doesn't
         remember anything about what happened the last night she
         was here with her. Vicky tells her, "Maybe it's just as well.
         There was someone or something outside that door". She recounts
         the events of that night for her. Maggie exclaims, "Incredible!
         I've forgotten weeks of my life!" Vicky tells her, "I know one
         place you might have been". She tells her about thinking she
         saw her at Eagle Hill Cemetary. Maggie asks, "What were you 
         and Burke doing at Eagle HIll cemetary?" Vicky explains,
         "I was putting flowers on the grave of Josette Collins, an
         ancestor of the Collins family". Maggie starts to look
         strange and mutters, "Josette Collins...Josette Collins..."
         Vicky asks, "What's the matter?"  Maggie replies, "I think I'm
         beginning to remember something!"  Vicky asks, "What?"  Maggie
         replies, "I'm not sure.  Say that name to me again".  Vicky
         repeats, Josette Collins.  Does that mean something to you?"
         Maggie replies, "Yes, but I'm not sure what". Vicky suggests,
         "Maybe you were in the graveyard and you saw the name on a
         tombstone".  Maggie says, "Yes, I do remember seeing a grave.
         And a coffin... I did see a coffin!" Vicky asks, "Where did you
         see the coffin? Try to remember. Take your time..." They are
         interrupted by a knock at the door. Vicky answers. It's Julia
         Hoffman.  She tells Vicky, "I came here to see Sam Evans. He knows
         quite a lot about the old families here.  I thought he'd give me
         some information"*. Vicky tells her Sam isn't home, but will be
         home soon and invites her in to wait. Julia comes in and tells
         Vicky, "You two can continue what you were doing. I'll just wait
         here and look at the paintings".
            Vicky continues to question Maggie, "You were starting to
         remember something.  A grave, a coffin. Was it the grave of
         Josette Collins?  Josette Collins, she was a great lady who
         lived a tragic life.  She's very much loved by the Collins
         family.  Barnabas Collins restored her room at the old house
         to the condition it was in when she was alive".  Suddenly, Maggie
         starts to say says, "Barnabas Collins... Vicky! I..." Julia
         interrupts, asking Vicky, "Are you interested antiques, old
         jewelry?"  Vicky replies, "Yes". Julia, holding an old medallion,
         says, "This is a family heirloom. It was my grandmother's."
         Vicky remarks, "It's beautiful". Julia asks, "Why don't you
         look at it too, Miss Evans?" Maggie looks. Julia asks Vicky,
         "Miss Winters, could I trouble you for a cup of tea?  The
         walk here was quite tiring". Vicky goes into the kitchen.
            Julia tells Maggie, "Look how the facets reflect the
         light. Look closely, deeply, hear nothing but my voice.
         You will remember nothing, nothing from the time you went
         to sleep in your bed and the time you found yourself in Dr.
         Woodard's office. You will remember nothing!" She snaps her
         finger and Maggie snaps out of the trance. Vicky returns with
         two cups of tea, one for Julia and one for Maggie. She asks
         Maggie, "Maggie, what do you remember? You were starting to
         remember something". Maggie asks, "Remember?" Vicky says,
         "Yes. You were talking about being in a graveyard". Maggie
         says, "Graveyard? I don't remember!" Vicky says, "Yes. You said
         you were starting to remember being in a graveyard. Maggie. When
         were you there, try to think. You said it was starting to come
         back!" Maggie again says, "I don't remember!".  Vicky says, "But
         you were so close to remembering something!"  Maggie exclaims,
         I can't remember! I can't remember anything at all!"

         *  This is inconsistent with an earlier episode (No. 91) where
            Sam said he wasn't a native of Collinsport, having moved
            there from Connecticut.  Therefore, it is unlikely he
            would have a deep knowledge of the old families of
         Episode 299
         Worldvision Rerun 89
         Tape Date: August 4, 1967 (ABC #164-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 17, 1967 Thursday
         Writer:    Ron Sproat
         Director:  Lela Swift

            Vicky is standing outside in the garden. Barnabas comes
         out of the shadows and slowly approaches her. He touches her
         and startles her, then apoligizes for doing so, then says,
         "Listen to the silence. There's no sound at all except the
         sound of the ocean. I find it very soothing. Perhaps that's
         why I prefer the night to the day. I find the night very 
         appealing. Does it appeal to you too?" Vicky replies, "It
         might, but then I'm a very romantic person. Are you looking
         for Mrs. Stoddard?" Barnabas replies, "No, I was looking for
         you. I was looking through some trunks and found some old
         family histories. I thought perhaps you'd like to come over
         and look at them". Vicky replies, "I'd love to, but I can't.
         I have a date tonight". Barnabas asks, "With Devlin?" Vicky
         replies, "Yes". Barnabas says, "I see. Tomorrow night, perhaps".
         Vicky tells him, "I'm afraid I have a date tomorrow night too".
         Barnabas remarks, "You and Mr. Devlin have been seeing a lot
         of each other lately." Vicky replies, "You could say that".
         A voice says, "Good Evening". It's Julia. Vicky asks, "Did
         you find those books you were looking for?" Julia replies,
         "Yes. I came out for a breath of fresh air". Vicky excuses
         herself, saying she has to change for her date, and leaves.
         Julia tells Barnabas, "You promised to leave her alone".
         Barnabas replies, "I have". Julia says, "I overheard you 
         talking. You invited her to the Old House". Barnabas replies,
         "That's no concern of yours".  Julia retorts, "It is.  If
         you don't leave her alone, I'll stop the experiments". Barnabas
         counters, "You're bluffing.  These experiments mean too much to
         you!".  Julia tells him, "I'm willing to sacrifice a lot for my
         experiments, but I'm not willing to sacrifice a human life".
         Barnabas replies, "There's no danger of that!  Miss Winters and
         I are merely good friends".   Julia tells him, "You and Miss
         Winters can never be more that friends, never! Miss Winters is
         in love with Burke Devlin". Barnabas exclaims, "Nonsense!
         A sensitive girl like Miss Winters could never be in love
         with someone as crude as Burke Devlin!" Julia sternly tells
         him, "Just stay away from her.  Do you understand me?" Barnabas
         reluctantly replies, "I understand you".
            Vicky is upstairs in her room. Two dresses lie on her bed,
         a solid light blue one, and a pink one with a floral pattern.
         She is trying to choose between them. There's a knock on
         the door. It's Julia. She comes in and asks Vicky if she needs
         any help. Vicky tells her she needs help choosing a dress to
         wear for her date.  Julia asks, "Is this a special date?" Vicky
         replies, "Not really". Julia remarks, "I guess every date with
         this particular man is special". Julia selects the blue dress.
         Vicky agrees that it's a good selection. Julia says, "Vicky, I
         don't want to be presumtuous, but I'd like to give you a bit of
         advice. I couldn't help but overhear Mr. Collins inviting you
         to come to the old house. I think it would be wise if you didn't
         do so". Vicky asks, "Why?" Julia replies, "It's because of the
         kind of man Mr. Collins is.  I've worked with Mr. Collins the
         past few weeks, and I've found that he's a sensitive person,
         easily hurt". Vicky, puzzled, says, "I don't understand". Julia
         explains, "He's a bachelor, and you're young and very attractive.
         Is it hard to guess what I'm hinting at?" Vicky gasps, "You mean
         he thinks of me as more than just a friend? I don't know what
         to say!" Julia tells her, "If you don't want to hurt him, stay
         away. Don't let your relationship develop more than it already
         has. I think that would be the best thing for the both of you".
           Burke is with Vicky in the garden of Collinwood. Burke
         remarks, "You've been in a quiet mood all night". He looks up
         and exclaims, "Oh, look! The Pleiades!"  Vicky asks, "What?"
         Burke explains, "That cluster of seven very bright stars over
         there".  He tells her about how his father taught him the names of
         the stars in the Pleiades when he was 7 years old, how his father
         had walked out when he was 9 and how everyone said he was no
         good. He tells her, "They're probably right, but that's how
         I want to remember him, teaching me the names of those stars".
         Vicky in turn, reminsces about a kind nurse she remembered
         from the founding home, a nurse named Ina O'Donough with a thick
         Irish brogue. She tells Burke, "She gave me a doll. I still
         have it". Burke asks, "Vicky, you know how I feel about you,
         don't you?" Vicky replies, "Yes". Burke asks, "And you? How
         do you feel?" Vicky asks, "Do I have to say?" Burke replies,
         "You don't have to say a word" and kisses her. After they
         kiss, he says, "I've wanted to do that for such a long time!
         Strange, it's been just about a year since I came back to
         Collinsport, the only thing I had on my mind was destroying
         the Collins family. A little governess didn't fit into my
         plans. I tried so hard to ignore you, but I couldn't get you
         out of my mind". Vicky replies, "The same was true of me,
         Burke, right from the start". Burke says, "Now that I've
         found someone like like you, I'm never going to let you
         go, never!" They kiss passionately again. From outside a
         gate, Barnabas is spying on them...
           In the foyer, Burke and Vicky kiss passionately again, right
         under the portrait of Barnabas. Burke tells Vicky, "Tomorrow
         night, at 7". Vicky replies, "Yes, at 7". They tell each
         other good night and kiss again. Julia comes into the foyer,
         sees them and says, "Excuse me. I was just taking these books
         on the Collins family history back to the library. Sorry for
         the intrusion". Burke tells her, "By the way, Julia, I'd like
         to talk to you about the book you're writing". Vicky says,
         "In that case, I'll see you tomorrow night. Good night" and
         goes upstairs. Burke and Julia go into the drawing room to
         talk. Julia asks, "What did you want to ask me about my book?"  
         Burke admits, "It wasn't really your book I wanted to ask you
         about. Actually, I wanted to talk to you about Vicky. She's
         helping you with your book. I don't think that should 
         continue. She has a strong imagination and it's having a
         strange influence on her, it's causing her imagination to 
         run wild. Twice, she's thought she's seen something that wasn't
         there. Once she thought she saw a little girl at a party, and
         another time she thought she heard a little girl singing in an empty
         room. It seems to me this sort of thing is very bad for her. She
         should be living in the present, not the past". Julia replies,
         "I'm in total agreement with you". Burke, shocked, says, "You
         are?!" Julia replies, "Yes. I'll do my best to discourage
         her, to keep her from the family history and the old house".
         Burke tells her, "You surprise me.  I thought you wanted her
         to work with you".  Jula replies, "Not if it's hurting her.
         I've become very fond of her.  As you have".  Burke thanks her
         for her cooperation, says Goodnight nad leaves. The clock in
         the foyer reads 1:00.
            Vicky's alarm clock reads 3:00. Barnabas once again sneaks
         into Vickie's room. Once again, he bends over her briefly,
         pauses, then walks around to the other side of the bed,
         flips open the music box and leaves...
         Episode 300 (Kinescope)
         Worldvision Rerun 90
         Tape Date: August 8, 1967 (ABC #165-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 18, 1967 Friday
         Writer:    Ron Sproat
         Director:  Lela Swift

            Julia and Vicky are in the drawing room. Vicky remarks, 
         "Beautiful sunset, isn't it?" Julia replies, "Yes. You look nice. 
         Date?" Vicky replies, "Yes". Julia remarks, "I had a chat with Mr. 
         Devlin last night. An interesting man." Vicky asks, "Do you know 
         anything about dreams?" Julia replies, "No, why?" Vicky tells 
         her, "I had a strange one last night. I dreamt that someone was 
         in my room. I felt like I was in some sort of danger, but the 
         strangest part is that I wasn't afraid. What do you think this 
         means?". Julia replies, "I'm not qualfied to express an opinion". 
         Vicky continues, "I think it was more than a dream. When I awoke,
         the lid of my music box was open. I think someone was actually
         there, and that frightens me". Julia suggests, "Maybe it was David
         playing a practical joke". Vicky replies, "He said it wasn't him,
         and I believe him". Julia says, "You know what? I think you did it
         yourself!  Haven't you ever been half asleep and done something you
         didn't remember later?" Vicky replies, "Well, I guess that is the
         only explanation". Julia tells her, "I'm sure it's nothing to
         worry about". Elizabeth comes into the room. Seeing Julia,
         she asks, "How's your research doing?" Julia replies, "Fine,
         I have another appointement with Mr. Collins tonight". She
         excuses herself and leaves. Elizabeth tells Vicky, "I just
         got a call from Burke. He's made a firm offer on the
         Seaview property". Vicky asks, "Are you going to sell it
         to him?" Elizabeth replies, "Yes, if there are no legal
         complications, Burke will own it in a few days. Does this
         please you?" Vicky replies, "Yes". Elizabeth says, "I thought
         it would".
            At the old house, Barnabas comes into the living room and
         calls out, "Willie? Willlie!" Willie comes down the stairs.
         Barnabas asks, "Have you done as I've instructed?" Willie
         replies, "Yes, I watched the house all day. Devlin didn't
         go in, and Miss Winters didn't go out". Barnabas tells Willie,
         "They have a date tonight. I want you to follow them and 
         report on everything they do". Willie remarks,"You're afraid,
         aren't you? You're afraid of losing her to him." Barnabas
         replies, "I'm not afraid of anything!" Willie continues,
         "You might as well accept it. She's in love with him!"
         Barnabas angrily grabs Willie and growls, "Next time you
         say that, I'll kill you! Now get out of here!"
            Julia is with Barnabas in the old house, treating him.
         Barnabas asks, "What does that mean?" Julia replies, "It means 
         the treatment is starting to have an effect. The structure of
         your blood is starting to change." Barnabas asks, "Are you still
         sure you can cure me?" Julia replies, "If you continue to
         cooperate with me". She checks his heart beat and says, 
         "Normal. Good. I didn't dream I'd have so much success so 
         soon". Barnabas muses, "I wonder what life would be like
         it your treatments work! First I was skeptical, but now
         I'm not so sure! A normal man, to be able to live the life
         of a normal man!" Julia tells him, "You have a chance of 
         doing that if you continue to cooperate with me. You broke
         your promise to me. You were in Vicky Winter's room last
         night". She tells him what Vicky told her. Barnabas admits
         to this. Julia asks, "What were you doing in there?" Barnabas
         replies, "I merely wanted to look at her". Julia tells him
         she doesn't believe him, saying, "I know what you were planning".
         Barnabas admits to almost giving in to the impulse. Julia
         tells him, "This must never happen again! Stay away from Vicky!
         If anything happens to Vicky, people will start asking questions!
         If you want to continue the treatments, you must stay away
         from Vicky, is that clear?" Barnabas replies, "Yes". Julia
         tells him, "I don't know if I can trust you". Barnabas replies,
         "You must. We must trust each other. We have no choice".
            Burke is with Vicky in the garden again. They kiss passionately.
         Burke tells Vicky, "There's a lot I wanted to say to you tonight,
         but I wanted to wait till we were alone. I have a little surprise 
         for you. I've put in a bid for that house on the beach. I think 
         Mrs. Stoddard is going to sell it to me." Vicky replies, "I know. 
         Mrs. Stoddard told me". Burke asks, "Do you know why I want to 
         buy it?" Vicky replies, "Because you love it as much as I do". 
         Burke tells her, "No, I'm want it for you. I want it to be our 
         house. I love you, Vicky. I want you to marry me." Vicky exclaims, 
         "Burke!" Burke continues, "You know how I feel about you. What's 
         your answer?" Vicky just says, "Burke..." Burke says, "Vicky, I 
         love you" and kisses her again. Vicky says, "Burke, I love
         you too, so much". Burke asks, "Then will you marry me?" Vicky
         replies, "I don't know. There's so much to think about. There's
         David..." Burke tells her, "They can hire another governess 
         after you're gone". Vicky replies, "It's more than that.
         I've become quite close to the family..." Burke tells her,
         "You'll have to leave some day." Vicky tells him, "I'll have
         to have time to think about it." Burke jokes, "Well, you know
         I'm an impatient man. I'll ask you again tomorrow, and the
         day after that, and the next day until you break down and
         say yes!" Vicky remarks, "All my life, I've been searching
         for an identity, and if I married you, I'll know who I am".
         Burke remarks, "You'll be Mrs. Burke Devlin". Vicky continues, 
         "In a strange way, my search will be over". They kiss again.
         From behind the gate, Willie watches...
            Barnabas goes to Collinwood and talks to Elizabeth in 
         the drawing room. Elizabeth tells him, "I'm glad you dropped
         by. I haven't seen you for quite a while". Barnabas apoligizes,
         saying, "I've been very busy with business matters". Elizabeth
         tells him, "If you're still intereseted in starting a 
         shipbuilding firm, I'd be glad to help any way I can". Barnabas
         replies, "Speaking of business, I've heard you've decided to 
         sell the beach house to Burke Devlin." Elizabeth replies, "Yes".
         Barnabas remarks, "It belongs to the family. I think it should
         stay in the family". Elizabeth replies, "It's not being used
         for anything, and Burke is offering a very good price". Barnabas
         asks, "Why do you suppose he needs such a large house?" Elizabeth
         hints, "I supppose it's because of Vicky". Barnabas asks, "Do
         you suppose he's thinking of marrying her?" Elizabeth replies,
         "Yes". Barnabas says, "Surely Miss Winters wouldn't think of
         marrying Devlin". Elizabeth asks, "Why not?" Barnabas asks,
         "Then you're not opposed to the idea of her marrying him?"
         Elizabeth replies, "I'm in favor of whatever makes Vicky
         happy". Barnabas remarks, "It's late" and excuses himself.
            Willie returns to the old house and calls out, "Barnabas?",
         but there is no answer. Finally, Barnabas returns and
         asks, "Well? Did you do what I told you?" Willie tells her
         he did, that he followed them to a restaurant on the bay,
         but couldn't follow them in there. He tells him he then
         followed them back home to the terrace where he could hear
         what they said. Barnabas asks, "What happened there?" Willie
         tells him, "He asked her to marry him". Barnabas asked, "What
         did she say?" Willie replies, "She told him she'd have to 
         think about it". Barnabas, relieved, says, "Then she might
         turn him down". Willie replies, "No, I don't think so. I could
         tell from the way she was talking. You might as well face it,
         Barnabas. She's going to marry him." Barnabas growls, "There
         will be no marriage!" Willie asks, "What do you mean?" Barnabas
         explains, "Mr. Devlin won't live to take Miss Winters as his
         bride. Burke Devlin must die!"
         Episode 301
         Worldvision Rerun 91
         Tape Date: August 10, 1967 (ABC #166-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 21, 1967  Monday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  John Sedwick

             Willie tells Barnabas, "I regret telling you what I heard
         them say". Barnabas replies, "You were only doing your job.
         Anyway, there's still hope. She hasn't said yes yet". Willie
         replies, "She will. I could tell. She can't be that important 
         to you, can she?" Barnabas says, "I usually get what I want. 
         Devlin is an obstacle, and must be dealt with! Devlin must be 
         removed, permanently!". Willie argues, "You don't have to do 
         this!", but Barnabas replies, "Willie, I'm tired of your 
         objections. I'll decide what is right for me, and what is
         right for you! Burke Devlin must be destroyed!" Willie continues,
         "OK, you've made up your mind, but listen to me for a few
         minutes. When do you figure to kill Devlin?" Barnabas replies,
         "Immediately". Willie asks, "How?" Barnabas replies, "The same
         way I dealt with your friend Jason McGuire". Willie asks, "Are
         you sure you won't be found out?" Barnabas replies, "There hasn't
         been a word about Jason McGuire's disappearance". Willie tells 
         Barnabas, "But that was different. Jason McGuire was on his
         way out of town. Everyone hated him and wanted to see him go.
         Burke Devlin is something else. He's one of the most important
         men in town. He can't just suddenly disappear. If he does,
         they'll comb every corner for him. It'll be worse than with
         Maggie Evans. They'll come and search this house!" Barnabas
         remarks, "But his body won't be in the house". Willie replies,
         "But there'll be things that ARE here, things you don't want
         them to know about.  They'll find a coffin in the basement
         and want to know all about it..."  Barnabas agrees to postpone
         dealing with Burke, "All right, some other time, but my plans
         depend on getting rid of Burke Devlin, and you will help me
         do it!"
            Burke and Vicky have just returned from a date and are 
         outside the front doors of Collinwood kissing. Burke asks,
         "Vicky, the question I put to you. I wish you could've said 
         yes tonight". Vicky replies, "I wish I could've too. Thanks 
         for giving me time to think". They kiss again then go inside. 
         Vicky asks, "Would you like some coffee?" Burke replies, "No, 
         I think I'll go and give you time to think". Vicky remarks, 
         "I never thought of myself as being married. I always though 
         of myself taking care of other people's children". Burke 
         replies, "I'm giving you the chance to take care of your own 
         children".  While they are talking, Elizabeth comes into the foyer
         and says, "Hello. I hope I'm not interrupting". Burke replies,
         "No, in fact, I wanted to talk with you". Vicky says goodnight,
         excuses herself and goes upstairs to let them talk. Elizabeth
         takes Burke into the drawing room. Eliabeth remarks, "I'm glad
         Vicky's been going out so much recently. I'm pleased it makes
         her happy". Burke replies, "Vicky's a great girl.  It gives
         me great pleasure to make her happy".  Elizabeth replies, "And
         now it's my turn to make YOU happy.  I've come to a decision about
         selling you that house. I've decided to sell it to you. Would you
         like to discuss the business details tonight?" Burke, exuberant,
         replies, "No, I'll leave that to our lawyers. I think we've had
         our last conflict". Elizabeth pours a couple of drinks and toasts,
         "Burke, don't let anything get in the way of your happiness".
         Burke replies, "Nothing could!" and they drink.
            Vicky comes downstairs and finds Elizabeth alone in the
         drawing room. Elizabeth asks, "Still up? I thought you went
         to bed". Vicky replies, "I couldn't sleep. I have a lot on my
         mind". Elizabeth tells her, "I've just been talking with Burke.
         I told him I've decided to sell him the house". Vicky exclaims,
         "Wonderful! What did he say?" Elizabeth replies, "Just what
         you just said". Vicky remarks, "He really wants that house
         badly". Elizabeth replies, "He deserves it. He's changed.
         He's found stability now, something he never had before. You're
         very fond of him, aren't you?" Vicky replies, "Yes". Elizabeth
         continues, "And he's very fond of you. I think he's very 
         serious about you". Vicky asks, "Is it that obvious?" She
         continues, "I suppose that's why I couldn't sleep tonight.
         I was thinking about Burke, and about who I am, where I'm
         going. Tonight, he asked me to marry him". Elizabeth asks,
         "And what was your answer?" Vicky replies, "I told him I'd
         have to think about it". Elizabeth asks, "What do you want?"
         Vicky replies, "I don't know. Mrs. Stoddard, would you help
         me decide?" Elizabeth replies, "I wish I could, but this'll
         have to be your own decision. Marriage is a very important
         step". Vicky asks, "If you were against it, would you tell
         me?" Elizabeth replies that she would. Vicky tells her,
         "Thank you, you've helped me very much".
            Burke Devlin is at the Blue Whale, telling amusing stories
         to the other patrons at the bar, "And the last thing he said
         to her was, 'But I'm calling you from Paris!'".  The other
         patrons around him laugh.  Burke remarks, "It's one of the
         funniest stories I've ever heard!". Barnabas come in through the
         front door. Burke tells the guys at the bar, "Excuse me", goes
         to Barnabas and says, "You're just in time for one drink before
         the place closes. What'll you have?" Barnabas replies, "Brandy".
         They sit down at a table. Barnabas remarks, "You seem to be
         in the middle of a celebration. What makes you so happy?"
         Burke replies, "The future". Barnabas remarks, "Your business
         enterprises must be going well". Burke replies, "It's not
         business, it's personal".  Barnabas asks him what it is, but
         Burke tells him he'd rather not discuss it until he's sure
         it's going to happen.  He asks Barnabas, "What about you, what
         about your prospects?". Barnabas replies, "Soon, I might have
         something to celebrate".  Burke asks, "Will I be part of this
         celebration?"  Barnabas replies, "It wouldn't be the same without
         you".  Burke says, "Barnabas, I wonder about something. I
         wonder if we really like each other." Barnabas asks, "Why do
         you say that?" Burke replies, "It's the way we talk to one
         another, implying things without saying them, like playing
         a high stakes card game". Barnabas replies, "Or like a duel.
         I thrust, and you parry. You thrust, and I parry". Burke
         remarks, "I like my analogy better than yours." Barnabas
         asks, "Why?" Burke explains, "Mine is only a game. Yours
         ends in death.  To lose a card game is just to lose a game.
         To lose a duel is to lose everything, including one's life"
         Barnabas replies, "But that's the purpose of a duel".  Burke
         continues, "You know, Barnabas, you interest me enormously.
         You're a hard man to get to know. You know, when I asked you
         about your past the only thing I could get out of you was
         that you lived in London with a cousin - what was his name?"
         Barnabas pauses then says, "Nile Bradford". Burke remarks,
         "Yes. Nile Bradford. I wonder how I could've forgotten
         a name like that". Burke notices that the bar is empty and
         the bartender has started putting the chairs on the tables.
         He tells Barnabas, "I think they're starting to close". Barnabas
         says, "Thank you for the  brandy" (which he has not touched).
         Burke, in turn, says, "And thank you", pauses, then says, "For
         playing the game".  Barnabas leaves. Burke goes to the pay phone,
         dials the operator, and says, "Hello, operator? Connect me with
         the overseas operator. I want to place a call to London".
         Episode 302
         Worldvision Rerun 92
         Tape Date: August 7, 1967 (ABC #167-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 22, 1967  Tuesday
         Writer:    Gordon Russell
         Director:  Lela Swift

            Barnabas is sitting in an armchair at the old house, looking
         through the book of family portraits. Julia comes in and tells
         him, "The injection will be ready in 20 minutes". Barnabas
         remarks, "I was beginning to think you'd be down there in that 
         room forever". Julia replies, "The injection takes time to 
         prepare. One mistake could mean your life". Barnabas replies,
         "No, one mistake could mean YOUR life!" Julia remarks, "You 
         haven't put down that family album all evening". Barnabas
         replies, "I like looking at the family album. Especially the
         last few weeks I've been fascinated with the portrait of
         Jeremiah Colllins". Julia asks, "Why?" Barnabas replies, "Because
         he bears an uncanny resemblance to Burke Devlin. I loathe both
         men. If Burke Devlin could be as dead as Jeremiah Collins,
         I would be a most contented man".
            Julia tells Barnabas, "For the sake of the experiment,
         nothing must happen to Mr. Devlin. The risk would be too
         great". Barnabas replies, "I merely wished he were dead.
         I didn't say I was going to do anything. Doctor, I wish you
         would stop giving me orders. I find it most unbecoming in a
         woman". Julia remarks, "You've been particularly interested
         in that album lately". Barnabas replies, "I've always enjoyed
         looking in it". Julia replies, "I think it's something else.
         I think it's a particular member of the family you're
         interested in. Could it be that child? Could it be your
         baby sister Sarah?" Barnabas remarks, "Sarah has been dead
         for almost 200 years". Juila replies, "So have you". Barnabas
         says, "She died when she was but 10 years old. She had a
         soul of innocence. She was not afflicted with the same thing
         I was". Julia replies, "You have some ego to think that only
         your kind can come back. She could be a ghost. We both know
         that there's been talk of a little girl being seen. And 
         a little girl helped Maggie Evans. The description fits your
         little sister". She tells Barnabas that it's important that
         she know because at first the treatments were going superbly,
         that the structure of his blood was changing, but now he
         has seemed to hit some sort of emotional block. Barnabas admits, 
         "She has come back. She made contact with me the other night". 
         Julia asks, "Did you see her?" Barnabas replies, "No, but I 
         heard her singing. I would recognize that voice anywhere". Julia 
         asks, "Where were you when this happened?" Barnabas replies, 
         "That's not important", but Julia insists, "It's important to 
         know where you were because it might help us find out why she 
         appeared to you". Barnabas admits, "In Maggie Evan's room! I
         heard the singing and went to see where it was coming from".
         Julia realizes that he must have gone to Maggie's room to kill
         Maggie and asks, "Why didn't you kill Maggie before going to look
         for Sarah?"  Barnabas replies, "I don't know". Julia remarks, "I
         think you do". Barnabas, not wanting to talk about it any longer,
         suggests, "Isn't it time for the injection?", but Julia replies,
         "The injection can wait. I want to know what power this little girl
         has over you". Barnabas replies, "She was an exquisite little
         child, the sum of everything worth living for. Her heart was
         all that is pure and good. I loved her in a way I've never
         loved any other human being". Julia suggests, "Has it occured
         to you that you might have willed her back back unconciously?"
         That you've brought back a side of yourself that you've lost?"
            Vicky is in the drawing room. Elizabeth comes in and remarks,
         "I thought you had a date with Burke tonight". Vicky replies
         that she does. Elizabeth asks her if she's come to any decision
         about Burke's proposal. Vicky replies  "I was thinking about
         it when you came in. I haven't reached a decison yet". Elizabeth
         tells her to take her time, "Don't let me or anyone else rush
         you".  Julia comes into the room and greets them, "Good Evening".
         Elizabeth remarks, "You must be very dedicated to your work.
         You've been spending most of your time at the old house". 
         Julia replies, "Blame that on your cousin Barnabas. He's
         an endlessly fascinating man. Once he starts talking, I can't
         stop listening!" Vicky excuses herself, saying Burke is going
         to meet her outside. Julia remarks, "Lovely girl". Elizabeth
         asks, "Well, Miss Hoffman, I'm interested in how your work
         is progressing". Julia replies, "There's something you might
         be able to help me with. I was going through some family
         histories in the old house and came across the name Sarah
         Collins. I wonder if you could tell me more about her".
         Elizabeth replies, "No, she died a little girl and not much
         is known about her. Why is she so important to you?" Julia
         replies, "She isn't, it's just that we historians get sidetracked
         by little things once in a while". Elizabeth says, "I'd like to 
         know more about your work". Julia replies, "You'll be the
         first to read my new book". Elizabeth asks, "What other books
         have you written?" Julia replies, "They were dry, scholarly
         works. You wouldn't have heard of them". Elizabeth replies,
         "While I stayed in this house for 18 years, I did a lot
         of reading. I might surprise you". Julia remarks, "You have
         surprised me.  I heard you were a recluse, but I've found
         you to be a warm, generous person.  Eighteen years.  It must
         have been a great emotional drain. You survived, and made a new
         life..." Elizabeth remarks, "If you're as nimble a writer
         as you are a talker, your book will really be something to read".
         Julia asks, "What do you mean?"  Elizabeth replies, "We started
         out talking about you, and now suddenly I'm the topic of
         conversation. I find that interesting..."
            Outside in garden, Burke has come to get Vicky. He remarks, "The
         setting couldn't be more perfect. The garden terrace, the moon,
         and the woman I love." Vicky replies, "And you, Mr.Devlin, are
         late!" Burke explains that he had some important business to
         talk to Blair with on the phone. Vicky asks, "Is there any time
         you don't work?" Burke replies, "I'm not a 9-5 kind of guy".
         Vicky asks Burke about his past, but Burke refuses to discuss
         it, saying, "The future is what's important, not the past".
         Suddenly, Vicky exclaims, "Yes!' Burke, puzzled, asks, "Yes
         what?" Vicky replies, "Yes, Burke, I'll marry you!"
            Meanwhile, Barnabas has come to Collinwood and has joined
         Julia and Elizabeth in the drawing room, where they are
         talking about Julia's historical work. Burke and Vicky come
         into the room. Vicky says, "Mrs. Stoddard, I have something
         I want to tell you!" Julia turns to leave, saying, "You'll
         probably want to be alone", but Vicky tells her to stay,
         saying, "I want everyone to hear this. Burke and I are
         getting married!" Elizabeth congratulates her, "Vicky! I
         couldn't be happier for you! When's the date?" Vicky replies,
         "We haven't decided on a date yet". Meanwhile, as Elizabeth and
         Julia congratulate Burke and Vicky, Barnabas stands there
         turned away from them looking very unhappy. He mutters,
         "Jeremiah!" Burke seems to notice. 
            Barnabas tells Elizabeth, "I promised to take Miss Hoffman
         into town. It's getting late". He says goodbye and leaves with
         Julia. Elizabeth remarks, "I sure don't understand Barnabas at
         all. He was in such a great mood when he got here but when he
         left, he seemed so depressed". 
             Outside, Barnabas angrily remarks, "The thought of a lovely
         girl like Vicky marrying someone as crass and vulgar as Devlin
         is appalling!" He asks Julia how long the treatments are going
         to take to make him a normal man. She replies, "A few weeks, maybe.
         It all depends on how well you cooperate with me". He promises to
         cooperate to the fullest. Julia asks, "Why the sudden change in
         attitude?"  Barnabas replies, "When I am cured, I will attend to
         Vicky and give her the kind of love Burke Devlin could never give
         her, and the marriage just announced will never take place!!!"
         Episode 303
         Worldvision Rerun 93
         Tape Date: August 14, 1967 (ABC #168-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 23, 1967 Wednesday
         Writer:    Gordon Russell
         Director:  John Sedwick

            Dr. Woodard lets Burke into his office then leaves to take
         care of some pressing matters. Burke sits down and reaches for the
         phone and dials. He looks very anxious and plays with the phone
         cord as he makes his call.  He gets his connection and begins
         speaking, "Hello this is Burke Devlin, let me talk to Mr. Blair...
         Blair, any word from London yet? ... Well, who DID you talk to?...
         I see...No, no we don`t have to meet on this, just give me the
         notes you took, but tell me something first. Is the guy you spoke
         to the last word on birth records in London?...You`re positve he
         keeps all the offical records?... OK, Now what about the name Nile
         Bradford?... 130 years ago?!... And there has been no one living
         by that name in London since then?... Blair, you`re absolutely sure
         about this, you've got this straight? I can`t afford a mistake
         here... OK, OK, Yeah, Thanks! I`ll be in touch". Burke hangs up,
         a look of shock on his face.  Dr. Woodard, having finished his
         business, enters his office and apoligizes, "Sorry to keep you
         waiting". Burke replies, "That`s all right".  Woodard, seeing the
         look on Burke's face, asks, "What, some bad news of some kind?"
         Burke replies, "No, No, in a way it was good news".  Woodard
         remarks, "You don`t look very happy about it.  Burke replies,
         "No on the contray, just mystified. It isn`t everyday I find a 130
         year old skeleton in someone's closet!"  Dr. Woodard remarks, "I
         hope you haven`t come here to talk to me about a skeleton in
         someone's closet!"  Burke replies, "No. I came here to talk to you
         about Maggie Evans".  Woodard asks,  "What about her?"  Burke
         replies, "Well, I'd like to review her whole case with you from
         the beginning."  Woodard asks, "Why?"  Burke replies, "Well, I
         have my reasons", but adds, "I'd rather not get into them right
         now".  and asks, "Do you mind?", rising from the chair.  Woodard
         replies,  No, I don`t mind, It is just that I am pretty busy with
         patients this afternoon, Burke".  Burke, disappointed, says, "I
         understand.  I don`t want to upset your schedule.  Look, do you
         have any objections against me going through Maggie's files?"
         Woodard, shocked, exclaims, "OH NO, Burke! I can`t let you do
         that!  I mean a patient's files are confidental...strictly! Look,
         I'll be glad to help you in any way if you just tell me what
         this is all about".  Burke tells him, "It is just a hunch I have
         Dave, A way-out hunch. I am not sure I can explain it to you
         if I tried, so I'd better not until I have more to go on". Woodard
         asks, "Do you mean that you might have a lead as to the kidnapper
         is?" Burke replies, "I don`t know. I`d like you to tell me a
         little about more about Maggie`s neck wound if you can".  Woodard
         tells him, "Burke listen, you know as much about that as I do!"
         Burke asks, "Have you come to any conclusions as to what might
         have caused the wound?"  Woodard replies, "The blood sample was
         never anaylized because, as you know, it was stolen!"  Burke
         asks, "It was never recovered?"  Woodard replies, "That`s right!
         My medical opinion at the time was that the wounds on Maggie's
         neck were caused by some kind of animal bite".  Burke asks, "And
         you have no reason to alter your opinion?"  Woodard replies, "No,
         none at all".  Burke points out, "Now you have gone on the
         assumption that Maggie was kidnapped, you have to know that that
         was done by a human being and not an animal".  Woodard thinks for
         a moment, then agrees, "Well, of course".  Burke continues,
         "Well, the all important question is, Is the abuction and the
         neck wound directly related to one another?"  Woodard replies,
         "It seems to me that they have to be".  Burke askd, "But Why?
         Isn`t it possible that Maggie Evans eacaped from her abductor
         and then was attacked by a wild animal?"  Woodard replies say,
         "Look, I`m willing to accept anything as a possiblity, but
         we are still faced with the fact that that the wounds on Maggie's`
         neck were not the bite of any animal indigenous in this area".
         Burke asks, "You`re absolutely sure about this?"  Woodard replies,
         "100% sure! Burke, listen... if you have any suspicions about
         anyone, you are obilagated to go and see the sherriff about it".
         Burke lies, "I didn`t say I suspected anybody".  Woodard remarks,
         "Well, you are obiviously aware of something that the rest of us
         aren`t".  Burke lies, "No. No, I`m afraid I`m not".  Woodard asks,
         "Well, why the sudden interest in reviewing Maggie's old case?"
         Burke replies, "I told you Dave, it was just a hunch."  Woodard
         tells him, "I don`t care what you want to call it. I don`t think
         you have any choice, you have to take this idea or hunch or
         whatever you want to call it and go to the sheriff!"  Burke
         assures him, "If the right time comes. Don`t worry".  Woodard
         exclaims, "Don`t worry?!  There's still a maniac on the loose
         somewhere! His next victim could be anybody's guess! Burke,
         whether your hunch is farfetched or not, you have to take it to
         the right person!"  Burke replies,  "I intend to follow this
         until I get results or until I`ve decided that I am way off base".
         Woodard says, "I can`t understand why at least you won`t talk to
         me about it now".  Burke says, "Dave.  Dave, you just refered to
         the kidnapper as that wild maniac. I think that everyone`s coming
         to the wring conclusion about this case". Woodard asks, "What do
         you mean?"  Burke replies, "The image is of some wild, mentally
         deranged, horrible monster running around our community.  Suppose
         that image is wrong, which I think it is, suppose the man we are
         looking for is an outwardly calm, sane, respected member of the
         community?"  Woodard asks, "Like who?"  Burke replies, "Like
         yourself". Woodard exclaims, "What?!", but Burke explains, "Or
         like me. Or like a hundred other people we see and talk to every
         day.  Somebody we wouldn`t think to suspect of kidnapping an
         innocent girl". Woodard, pacing around his desk, looking very
         concerned, tells Burke, "You`re hunch is pretty far-fetched."
         Burke replies, "I`m not saying I`m right, Dave, I`m only saying
         that the possiblity can`t be overlooked..."
            Joe is sitting in the couch of the Evan's Cottage reading a
         magazine. Maggie is looking out through the bay window. Joe,
         rising from the couch and going to Maggie, asks, "Hey! How about
         a game of cards?"  Maggie, looking annoyed, replies, "Please Joe,
         not right now".  Joe tells her, "It will help pass the time",
         but Maggie snaps, "I said, NOT NOW!"  Joe asks, What`s the matter?"
         Maggie sarcastically replies, "What`s the matter?! I`m getting
         tired of all the high living and excitement around here!"
         Joe tries to calm her down, saying, "All right!  Take it easy!"
         but Maggie rebuts, "That`s some sound piece of advice!  All I`ve
         been doing all week is sitting around the house!  Pass the time of
         day, pass the time of night.  To do what?  Pass the time of day
         again! I`m getting sick of this!"  Joe tells her, "Look I know
         how boring this must be to you".  Maggie retorts, "You DON'T
         know!  This was all yours and Pop`s idea!  You can`t expect me
         to vegetate here!  I`ve got to live my own life!". Joe tells her,
         "No one expects you to vegetate".  Maggie  replies, "I feel like
         a prisoner! No one should feel like that in their own home!"
         Joe says, "Maggie, you are not a prisoner".  Maggie says, "Well,
         why not? You and Pop never leave me out of your sight!"  Joe
         explains, "Well, that`s because we don`t want to lose you again.
         We just want to protect you". Maggie asks, "From what?" Joe
         replies, "If we knew that, all our problems would be over". Maggie
         continues to argue, "If anything were to happen, it would happen
         at night.  Everything that's happened has happened at night. I
         could get my job back at the diner and work day shifts. No one's
         going to kidnap me in broad daylight in the middle of Collinsport".
         Joe tells her, "Both your doctors say you're still too weak to
         go back to work". Maggie snaps, "Well, both doctors are wrong".
         Joe begs, "Trust us". Maggie replies, "All right, Joe, I'll
         be patient". They kiss. Maggie asks, "How about that card
         game?" While they prepare the cards, Maggie asks, "Say, Joe,
         how did Dr. Hoffman get involved in this case?" Joe replies,
         "Dr. Woodard thought she was the best person to treat you, that
         she could help restore your memory. Why?". Maggie replies, "I
         was just wondering about her, that's all. She seems like such
         a strange person to me. I feel a coldness whenever she comes near
         me. But I guess that's only my imagination". 
            Maggie, smiling broadly, throws her cards on the table and
         asks, "Now what's the name of this game?", pauses, then announces
         "Gin!", laying her winning hand onto the table. There's a
         knock at the door. Joe answers. It's Burke. Burke says, "I hope
         I'm not interrupting anything". Maggie says, "No, not at all!
         You're a welcome change of pace". Burke tells Maggie, "I'd like
         to talk to you for a few minutes". Maggie asks, "What do you
         want?"  Burke replies, "I want to know if your memory's any
         better."  Maggie replies, "No, I still can't remember anything".
         Burke tells her, "It's curious. You seem to remember even less
         now. I was talking to Dr. Woodard, and he says when he was
         questioning you on the night you came back to Collinsport, your
         memory was coming back, you came very close to identifying the
         kidnapper."  Maggie says, "I don't remember that". Burke
         continues, "He said he thought the case was about to be blown
         right open, but then you retrogressed". Maggie asks, "Do you know
         what I said that night?" Burke replies, "Yes, I'll repeat it for
         you. Maybe it'll help you remember. You said you were being held
         in a special room in a house somewhere, that there was someone 
         else in the house who wanted you to die. A man who was coming
         closer and closer, then the face came into the light and you 
         knew who it was, knew that face". Joe asks, "Then what?" Burke
         replies, "Then another doctor treating Maggie came in and broke
         her train of thought." He asks Maggie, "Have you remembered
         anything in the past week?" Maggie answers, "No, nothing's
         happened in the past week except that a few friends have dropped
         by. Vicky, Barnabas Collins". Burke asks, "Barnabas Collins
         dropped by?" Maggie replies, "Yes, he came to see how I was".
         Burke, looking disapponted remarks, "Well, we're no further than
         we were before". Joe asks, "What?" Burke replies, "Just a hunch".
         Maggie thinks about Burke question and says, "There is something
         I think I remember, something in the back of my mind, something
         I keep hearing. Some kind of music, a light, playful sort of
         tune". Burke asks, "And you have no idea what it means?" Maggie
         replies, "No. Maybe there's no connection at all. Maybe it's
         just something I remember from my childhood". Burke says,
         "Mayber it means nothing, but at this point, we can't ignore
         the slightest bit of evidence".
            In the drawing room of Collinwood, Vicky is sitting on the
         couch listening to Josette's music box again. There's a knock
         at the door. Vicky shuts the music box, puts it down on the 
         table and goes to answer the door. It's Burke. He jokes, 
         "Your chauffeur is here and is at your service!" Vicky jokes
         back, "And he's also late! This is the second time you've
         been late in a row! I hope this isn't going to become a habit!"
         Burke replies, "I had a lot of running around to do". Vicky
         asks, "Business again?" Burke replies, "No, I had some private
         spadework to do". Vicky asks, "About what?" Burke says, "You 
         ask a lot of questions!" Vicky jokes, "I'm practicing to be a
         wife!" They kiss. Burke tells Vicky, "You'd better go put 
         something warm on". Vicky asks, "Are we going for a seaside
         drive?" Burke replies, "No, I was thinking of going to take
         a look at the house. We've never seen it in the daylight before".
         Vicky, instead of going upstairs,  starts in the direction of 
         the drawing room. Burke asks, "Where are you going?" Vicky 
         replies, "Just getting something I have to put back in my
         room". Burke asks, "What?" Vicky replies, "My music box" Burke
         follows her in. Vicky gets the music box. Burke asks, "Is that
         the music box Barnabas gave you?" Vicky replies, "Yes" and 
         jokes, "You sound jealous". Looking at the music box, she
         remarks, "It's been acting strange lately, like it has a 
         mind of its own". Burke remarks, "All I see there is a plain,
         ordinary music box, with no mind at all". Vicky replies, "Well,
         this plain, ordinary music box has been acting funny". She
         explains that it seems to start playing by itself latey. Burke
         asks, "Mind playing it for me?" Vicky asks, "Why?" Burke replies,
         "I'd just like to hear it, that's all". Vicky flips the lid open,
         starting the music. Listening to the music, Burke mutters,
         "A light, almost playful kind of music..." Vicky asks,
         "What?" Burke replies, "Oh, nothing. I wonder why Barnabas
         gave that music box to you." Vicky replies, "I suppose he's
         just a very thougtful man". Burke remarks, "Yes, a very
         thoughtful man indeed". Vicky says, "What's the matter? You
         said that like you were jealous". Burke replies, "No, just
         curious." Vicky asks, "About what?" Burke replies, "about
         a light, playful kind of music from a plain ordinary music
         box". He reaches over and snaps the lid shut.
         Episode 304
         Worldvision Rerun 94
         Tape Date: August 9, 1967 (ABC #169-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 24, 1967 Thursday
         Writer:    Ron Sproat
         Director:  John Sedwick

         Opening voice:  Victoria Winters
            "The Sun has begun to rise in the blue-grey sky at
             Collinwood. This is the dawn of a new day. This will
             be a day of ever mounting terror for two people.
             One woman already possesses a secret that could destroy
             her ( shot of Julia in the Collinwood drawing room with
             Sarah's bonnet in her hands). One man is close to learning
             that secret, unaware that he is courting his own destruction".

            Burke is knocking on the door of the Old House. Willie looks
         out the window to see who it is.  Burke continues to knock and
         Willie finally answers it, asking,  "What do you want?"  Burke
         replies, "I have to see Mr. Collins"  Willie asks, "What? At
         this hour in the morning?"  Burke replies, " I know it`s early,
         but I have to see him, it`s important".  Willie tells him,
         "Well, I`ll take a message", but Burke replies, "I have to see
         him personally".  Willie refuses to let him do so, saying,
         "That`s impossible". Burke asks, "Why not?"  Willie lies, "He`s
         not here!"  Burke asks, "Oh? Where is he?"  Willie replies,
         "I don`t know , he left early this morning. He didn`t say where
         he was going".  Burke, not believing this, exclaims, "You`re
         lying!"  Willie, surprised, asks, "What?!"  Burke explains,
         "I said you`re lying! I saw him go into this house before
         sunrise this morning and he hasn`t come out".  Willie exclaims,
         "You`ve been spying!"  Burke replies, "I`ve been watching him".
         Willie asks, "Why?"  Burke replies, "Because I find Mr. Collins
         a very ODD person and the same goes for you". Willie, sounding
         desperate, whines, "Look.... Neither one of us has ever done
         anything to you! Now Mr. Collins isn't here, so why don`t you
         just go away?"  Burke refuses to leave, saying, "I`m not going
         anyplace! I know Collins is in this house and I`m going to see
         him!" Burke walks toward Willie and into the house, jabbing his
         finger into Willies` chest, saying, "You're not going to stop
         me!" Willie begs, "Go away!", but Burke repeats, "Not until I
         see Collins!"  Willie again lies, "I tell you he ain`t here!"
         but Burke just says, "We`ll see about that!" and starts to go
         up the stairs yelling out "Collins!  Collins!"  Willie defiantly
         tells him,  "Go ahead! Scream your lungs out!"  Burke continuing
         to call loudly for Barnabus, comes back down the stairs.  Willie
         tells him, "Yell some more! It won`t do any good! There`s no one
         to answer!  Why don`t you go and search some rooms!", trying
         to get Burke to search upstairs.  Burke replies, "I might just
         do that!"  Willie sarcastically remarks, "Good! All you`ll find
         is some empty rooms!"  Burke asks, "Where is he?"  Willie again
         lies, "I told you, I don`t know!"  Burke points out, "If he left
         this house I would have seen him!" Willie explains, "Not
         neccessarly, maybe he went out the back way." Burke, not knowing
         until not of the back entrance, admits, "Maybe".  Willie
         continues, "Yeah, He does that sometimes, maybe he did that
         this morning."  Burke asks, "After being out all night?"  Willie
         replies, "Mr. Collins don`t sleep much. some people don`t, I`ve
         seen him go to work without any sleep!"  Burke asks,  "Work?
         Where?"  Willie replies, "Clearwater, Bangor... He has business
         deals all over". Burke asks, "What kind of business deals?"
         Willie replies, "I don`t know, I only work for him. You would
         have to ask him".  Burke tells him, "I have asked him. I can`t
         get any answers.  Burke walks towards the portrait of Barnabas
         that Sam painted, now hanging above the mantel, and looks at it.
         Willie asks, "Why are you so curious about Mr. Collins? What
         has he ever done to you?"  Burke replies, "Nothing, I am just
         a very curious guy!"  Willie remarks, Curiosity can get people
         into trouble". Burke asks, "Is that a threat?" Willie replies,
         "No, I just think it would be a smart idea to mind your own
         business."  Burke agrees, "So do I!"  Willie begs, " Leave Mr.
         Collins alone!"  Burke replies, "I don`t intend to harm Mr.
         Collins, I just want to know more about him".  He adds, "and
         I will!" Burke walks towards the door and leaves. Willies locks
         it behind him.
            At Collinwood, Vicky goes into drawing room, finds Julia
         already there and says,"Good evening, Julia. Have you had
         breakfast yet?". Julia replies, "Yes, about an hour ago".
         Vicky sees that Julia is studying something and asks, "What's
         that?" Julia replies, "The bonnet that David's friend left
         behind." Vicky remarks, "Funny how she ran off like that".
         Julia suggets, "Maybe she's just shy". Vicky examines the
         bonnet and says, "I wonder why her parents would dress her
         like that. This isn't what other little girls are wearing
         now." Looking more carefully at the bonnet, she remarks,
         "If I didn't know any better, I'd think this was from 
         another time, another century!" Julia replies, "But it
         couldn't be. It's brand new". She asks, "Has David seen 
         this girl since the other day?" Vicky replies, "I don't
         know". David comes into the drawing room. Vicky asks, "Finished
         breakfast?" David replies, "Yes, except for the toast. You
         know how much I hate burnt toast!" Vicky asks, "Are you ready?"
         David replies, "Yes". Vicky tells him, "Let's go". Julia 
         asks, "Where are you going?" Vicky explains, "For a walk".
         Julia volunteers to take him instead, saying she likes 
         walks. Vicky thanks her and leaves, saying she does have
         other things to do. David asks, "Where would you like to
         walk?" Julia answers, "I thought we'd look for your little
         friend". David replies, "I don't know if I can find her.
         Sometimes I can't". Julia replies, "We can try". David
         remarks, "I think I know we can go".
            David takes Julia to the the clearing in the woods where
         he met Sarah before. David announces, "This is the place.
         I guess she isn't around today". Julia suggests, "Try calling
         her". David calls out, "Sarah!" a few times, to no avail.
         Julia remarks, "She might appear. Let's wait". David asks,
         "Why?" Julia explains, "So we can give her bonnet back to
         her". David protests, "She could come over to the house and
         get it if she wants it". Julia asks David to tell her more
         about Sarah. David describes her, emphasizing, "She has very
         sad eyes". Suddenly, he exclaims, "I heard something! Maybe
         Sarah's here after all!" He runs over to the direction where
         he thinks he heard the noise, Julia following him. They
         find that nothing's there. David dejectedly says, "I guess
         I was wrong". They go back to the clearing. Julia asks,
         "Weren't you holding the bonnet?" David replies, "I put it
         down on that rock there. Hey! It's gone! I know I put it
         down there, but it's gone now!"
            They return to Collinwood. David tells Julia, "You wait
         here, I'll get it" and runs upstairs. Vicky comes into the 
         foyer and asks, "Nice walk?" Julia replies, "Yes. David and
         I are getting along quite well. He's gone upstairs to get
         his stamp collection to show me. He's a very intelligent
         child". There's a knock at the door. Vicky answers. It's 
         Burke. He tells Vicky, "I'd like to talk to you, but I can't
         talk to you here. Let's go into town". Vicky tells him,
         "I can't. I have to look after David". Julia tells Vicky
         she'll look after David for her. Vicky says, "I'll get my
         sweater" and goes upstairs. Burke tells Julia "Thanks" asks
         "How's your book going?" Julia replies, "Splendidly". Burke asks,
         "You've been spending a lot of time at the old house. Tell
         me something. What's your opinion of Barnabas Collins?" Julia
         replies, "He's very kind and helpful to me". Burke asks, "Don't
         you think he's kind of odd?" Julia asks, "In what way?" Burke
         replies, "In every way". Julia says, "I don't know what you're
         talking about". Burke says, "For example, have you ever seen
         him during the day?" Julia replies, "Yes, several times". Burke
         says, "Well, no one else has, and I find that strange". Julia
         replies, "He's a busy man during the day.  He has a lot of
         business matters to take care of". Burke says, "That's what Willie
         said when I talked to him a few minutes ago. I asked him some
         questions.  His answers weren't very satisfactory." Julia asks,
         "Just what are you hinting at?" Burke replies, "Nothing in
         particular. I just get, oh, 'strange vibes' about Barnabas. I
         thought you might too. You did tell Vicky to stay away from the
         old house".  Julia replies, "That was because she was becoming too
         preoccupied with the past. It had nothing to do with Mr. Collins.
         If there's anything strange about Mr. Collins, it's that he's a
         perfect gentleman, and that IS unique these days. I don't know
         what you're thinking about, but I'm sure you're quite wrong".
         Burke looks at the portrait of Barnabas and remarks, "Strange
         how much he looks like his ancestor". Julia replies, "The
         family resemblance is quite strong". Burke says, "It's more
         than strong. It's almost uncanny". Vicky comes back down
         and says, "All set, Burke". She tells Julia, "I'll be back
         soon" and leaves with Burke.
            Julia goes to the old house and asks Willie, "And he said
         he followed Barnabas to the house?" Willie replies, "Yes, he
         said he followed him here, that's how he knew he was in here,
         he said he saw him come in and didn't see him come out. I
         told him Mr. Collins went out the back door. He asked some
         questions about what kind of buisness Barnabas does, where
         he goes during the day. I told him I didn't know." Julia 
         asks, "Why did you say that?!" Willie replies, "I only work
         for him. Why would I know what he does?" Julia says, "You 
         should've thought of a better answer to put him off the
         track. I've got to do something! Devlin could ruin everything,
            Burke and Vicky go to the Blue Whale. They order coffee.
         Burke tells Vicky, "Vicky, I have to ask you to do something
         for me. I warn you, you won't understand, but I still want
         you to do it. Trust me. Vicky, I want you to promise me to
         not to go to the old house. I want you to stay away from
         Barnabas Collins. I can't explain, but I have good reason.
         You are to stay away from the old house, and stay away from
         Barnbas Collins. Stay away from Barnabas Collins!"
         Episode 305
         Worldvision Rerun 95
         Tape Date: August 11, 1967 (ABC #170-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 25, 1967 Friday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  John Sedwick

            David is out in the woods, holding a branch and pretending
         it's a rifle. He aims it and says, "Pow! Pow!" Suddenly, he
         hears a familiar voice say, "David!" David turns and exclaims,
         "Sarah! Where have you been?" Sarah replies, "Around". David
         asks, "Where do you live? If you tell me, I could come and
         get you". Sarah replies, "I can't." David asks, "Why not?" 
         Sarah replies, "It's hard to explain, very, very hard to
         explain". David asks, "Why are you keeping it such a big
         secret?" Sarah replies, "Because it has to be. I can tell
         you lots of other secrets, though. I told you one before".
         David asks, "What?" Sarah replies, "I told you that my
         friend Maggie was still alive". David agrees, "That was a
         good one. No one believed me. You should have seen their
         face when it turned out I was right!" He looks around
         and says, "It's getting late. I've got to go home". Sarah
         asks, "Why?" David replies, "Because I've got to get home
         in time for dinner. Don't you have to go home for dinner?"
         Sarah replies, "No". David asks, "You mean you get to stay
         out as late as you want?" Sarah replies, "Yes". David remarks,
         "Boy, are you lucky!" Sarah begs David not to leaves, saying,
         "I don't like to be alone". David remarks, "That's strange. 
         I never see you with anyone". Sarah continues, "If you play
         with me, I'll take you to a special place to play, a secret
         place!" David answers, "I know all the secret places around
         here". Sarah says, "It's not around here." David, interested,
         asks, "Will it take long to go there?" Sarah replies, "Not if
         we take the shortcut." David asks, "Where is it?" Sarah replies,
         "At Eagle Hill". David asks, "You mean up in the cemetary there?"
         Sarah replies, "Yes". 
            Night falls.  At the old house, Barnabas comes up from the
         cellar into the living room and says, "Good Evening, Willie".
         Willie replies, "Good evening, Barnbas. You're a little later
         than usual tonight. Anything the matter?" Barnabas tells him,
         "Yes. Where's Hoffman?" Willie replies, "She said she'd be here
         later tonight. Anything wrong?" Barnabas replies, "Yes. I feel
         strange. I can't say what, exactly, only that something's wrong.
         I think it has something to do with the experiment. I have to
         make a decision. Should I allow the treatments to proceed or
         not?" Willie remarks, "There's a lot to be gained." Barnabas
         replies, "There's a lot to be lost, too. I think I'm going to
         call it off. I can't allow anything wrong to happen. It could
         lead to doom. There's something else troubling me, something
         more complex that anything else. Sarah. I don't understand why
         she's come back, I don't understand it at all." There's a knock
         at the door. Willie remarks, "That must be Dr. Hoffman" and goes
         and answers it. Julia asks, "Is he here?" Willie replies, "Inside",
         and leads her in. Julia asks Barnabas, "How are you feeling
         tonight?" Barnabas replies, "Not well, Doctor. Something's
         happening to me. I don't like it. I'm certain the experiment
         is responsible". Julia says, "Ah, I see the treatments are taking
         effect. I'll do some tests to see what progress you're making".
         She asks him to come downstairs to her laboratory.  Barnabas
         replies, "In a moment". Julia leaves, saying, "I'll go down to
         prepare the tests". After Julia leaves, Barnabas tells Willie,
         "I don't trust her. You'd best be on guard. I don't understand
         what's happening. She could be trying to destroy me. If for one
         moment you suspect that she may be trying to do something like
         that, you are to destroy her, understand?"  Willie replies,
         "I understand".
            Sarah takes David to Eagle Hill cemetary and tells him,
         "This is the place". David asks, "You play here? It's creepy!
         Does anyone usually come up here with you?" Sarah replies, "No".
         David exclaims, "You come up here alone?!" He asks, "What's so
         secret about this? Anyone who wants to come up here can".
         Sarah replies, "This isnt't the secret. It's over there".
         She takes him over the the mausoleum. David exclaims, "Hey!
         I know what this is! It's the Collins family tomb! Your
         secret place is in there?" Sarah replies, "Yes". They go
            At the old house, Julia tells Barnabas, "I looked at all
         the test results. I'm certain you'll be pleased". Barnabas
         asks, "Are you pleased?" Julia replies, "Yes". Barnabas says,
         "I knew you'd say that". Julia asks, "Are you suggesting that
         I wouldn't give you a bad report, that I'd lead you on?" 
         Barnabas replies, "Yes". Julia says, "I'm a doctor, I wouldn't
         do that." She assures him she's telling him the truth. She
         tells him, "I've altered the structure of your blood. You're
         feeling it through your entire circulatory system. If you 
         could only appreciate what I've accomplished! Everything I
         believe is at stake!" Barnabas replies, "So is your life,
         doctor, so is your life!" Julia, exasperated, asks, "Is it
         necessary for you to continue threatening me? What can I do
         to get you to trust me?" Barnbas replies, "You could tell me
         how long these treatments are going to take". Julia replies,
         "I don't know. I can only tell you your progress". Barnabas
         complains, "I feel weak".  Julia asks, "Why should some
         temporary weakness bother you?"  Barnabas replies, I can't
         afford to be weak right now.   I have something to do, something
         that will take all my strength. I have to deal with a person who's
         come in my way". Julia says, "I assume you mean Burke Devlin".
         Barnabas replies, "Yes". Julia begs, "Barnabas, don't risk killing
         now, not while we're so close to success". Barnabas replies, "He's
         starting to get suspicious. He's asking questions. He's got
         to be stopped!" Julia aswers, "If it interferes with your
         plans, it interferes with mine. Burke Devlin has got to be
         taken care of, but violence is not the answer. I believe
         Burke Devlin can be taken off track. Let me handle it". 
         Barnabas replies, "Then do it! Not only for his sake, but
         for yours!"
            Inside the tomb, David asks, "It's interesting, Sarah,
         but what can we do in here?" Sarah replies, "I'll show you.
         See that lion's head? Pull the ring in its mouth". David
         asks, "Why?" Sarah replies, "You'll see. Just pull it". David
         tries, but can't reach it. Sarah points to the middle 
         sarcophagus and says, "Stand on there". David replies, "I
         can't do that! Naomi Collins is buried there!" Sarah tells him,
         "It's all right." David steps up on the grave and pulls the
         ring. The secret door opens. David exclaims, "Wow! What's in
         there?" Sarah replies, "You'll see. Come on, David" and goes
         in. David asks, "How did you ever find a place like this", but
         Sarah just replies, "I found it". David exclaims, "Hey! A 
         coffin! You mean you you've come in here with this coffin here?"
         Sarah replies, "Yes". David asks, "Who's buried in there?" 
         Sarah replies, "We'll see". David asks, "What do you mean?"
         Sarah replies, "I want you to open it". David refuses, so 
         Sarah starts to try to open it but doesn't have the strength
         to do so.  Finally, David says, "OK", and helps her. They open
         the coffin and look inside...
         Episode 306
         Worldvision Rerun 96
         Tape Date: August 18, 1967 (ABC #171-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 28, 1967 Monday
         Writer:    Gordon Russell
         Director:  John Sedwick

            David looks into the coffin and exclaims, "It's empty!"
         Sarah replies, "I know". David asks, "Why would someone put
         an empty coffin here?" Sarah replies, "it wasn't always
         empty. Someone was in it once, but he went away". David says,
         "Oh, come on.  If some had been buried here, he'd still be
         here. Dead people don't just walk away!" Sarah replies,
         "Sometimes they do!" David looks around and says, "Let's go.
         It's cold and creepy in here". Sarah complains, "Why don't
         you want to play with me? You promised you'd play with me!"
         David replies, "I will, I just want to go somewhere else". 
         He suddenly realizes the time and says, "It's late, I shouldn't
         be out of the house". Sarah tells him, "Promise not to tell
         anyone about the secret room". David replies, "I promise. Let's
         go". They leave.
            Julia is at the old house with Barnabas. Barnabas prepares to
         leave. Julia asks him, "Barnabas, where are you going?" Barnabas
         replies, "To Collinwood". Julia asks, "What for?" Barnabas replies,
         "To see Miss Winters". Julia asks, "What do you want to see her
         about?" Barnabas explodes, "Don't give me orders! You are a 
         domineering woman. I don't know why modern man tolerates such
         woman, but I won't! Understand?" Julia replies, "Yes". Barnabas
         continues, "We've had several crises, and you've mishandled 
         every one". Julia acts insulted and asks him what he means. 
         Barnabas replies, "Maggie Evans, for example". He points out
         that she had said Maggie was supposedly securely locked up,
         yet she managed to escape and came within 5 seconds of telling
         Woodard who kidnapped Maggie before she stopped her. He continues,
         "Now we have another crisis. Burke Devlin and his private
         investigat of me. This time, I'll tackle the crisis". Julia, alarmed,
         asks, "What are you going to do?" Barnabas replies, "Take care
         of Mr. Devlin". Julia says, "Violence is not the answer!"
         Barnabas replies, "I don't intend to be violent. I intend to
         use finesse. I assure you, before the evening is over, Mr.
         Devlin and his investigation will be a thing of the past".
            The clock in the foyer reads 9:30. David comes in quietly
         through the front doors. Vicky confronts him, "David!" David
         tries to act nonchalent and answers, "Hi, Vicky" as he goes up
         the stairs. Vicky demands, "Come down here!" David replies, "I
         can't. I have to go up and change", but Vicky says sternly,
         "Come down here! I want to talk to you! Do you know what time
         it is?! When your father finds out about this, he'll be very
         angry!" David, scared, asks, "Are you going to tell him?"
         Vicky replies, "It depends on what you were doing". David says,
         "I was out playing with someone". Vicky asks, "Who?" David 
         replies, "I don't know if I should tell you. Last time I did,
         you said I imagined her". Vicky asks, "Sarah?" David replies,
         "Yes". He insists that she's real. Vicky asks, "She told you
         Maggie Evans was alive, didn't she? Did she tell you how she
         knew?" David replies, "No. I asked her, but her answers didn't
         make much sense." Vicky asks, "Where were you playing at this
         hour?" David replies, "I can't tell you. Sarah showed me a
         secret place and made me promise not to tell anyone about it."
         Vicky asks, "What about your promise to me not to stay out
         after dark?" David promises not to do it again. Vicky tells him,
         "David, I'd like to meet Sarah sometime". David replies, "I don't
         know if you can. She's afraid to meet new people. Why do you 
         want to meet her?" Vicky replies, "I want to know if she really
         knew Maggie was still alive, or if was just something she said".
         David remarks, "Sarah's strange. Every time I meet her, she's
         dressed in the same strange dress". He describes it to Vicky
         and says, "You know that party at the old house everyone went
         to a couple of weeks ago? She's always dressed like she's
         going to one of those parties". Vicky exclaims, "The little
         girl at the top of the stairs!" David asks, "What?" Vicky
         replies, "Nothing. You can go upstairs now".
           Vicky is in the drawing room, thinking. There's a knock
         at the door. She goes and answers it. It's Barnabas. He tells
         her, "If you have a few minutes, I'd like to talk to you."
         Vicky replies, "Of course. I have to meet Burke in about an
         hour, but we can talk for a little while". Barnabas assures her,
         "It won't take long".  They go into the drawing room. Vicky asks,
         "What did you want to talk about?" Barnabas replies, "Two things.
         First, I'd like to apoligize for the way I behaved when you
         announced your engagement. I'm afraid I must have disappointed
         you with my behavior". Vicky replies, "Well, I was a bit
         surprised at your reaction".  Baranbas explains, "I've become
         very fond of you, Vicky, and I was just worried about whether you
         had made the right decision or not". Vicky replies that she think
         she has and thanks him for his concern. Barnabas continues, "The
         second thing I wanted to speak to you about is Mr. Devlin. Something
         has come to my attention that I fail to understand and disturbs me.
         I've been led to believe that Mr. Devlin is having me investigated."
         Vicky gasps, "Are you sure? Why?" Barnabas replies, "If I knew
         that, I wouldn't have come to you now". He continues, "He's
         been questioning several people about my background, my daily
         activities, even had me followed". Vicky exclaims, "I'm shocked!"
         Barnabas replies, "Me too. My character has never been questioned
         by anyone before." Vicky tells him, "I'm not really that surprised
         that he's doing this. Burke has had someone investigated once
         before, Jason McGuire. That time, it was justified, but this
         time, it's completly unfounded!" Barnabas asks, "Vicky, what
         should I do?" Vicky replies, "Let me handle it". Barnabas replies,
         "Vicky, if you could do anything to stop this unfortunate
         situation, I'd be eternally grateful".  Vicky tells him,
         "Barnabas, I don't want you to worry about a thing. I'm going
         to meet Burke in half and hour and I'll talk to him about it".
         Barnabas thanks her. Julia comes back to Collinwood and says,
         "Hello, Vicky. Has David come home yet?" Vicky replies, "Yes.
         He's up in his room". Julia asks, "Where was he?" Vicky replies,
         "Playing with his little friend Sarah". Barnabas feigns ignorance,
         "Sarah?" Vicky explains, "David has a little friend named
         Sarah. The puzzle is, who is she and where does she come from?"
         Barnabas excuses himself, saying, "I'll leave you and Miss
         Hoffman to solve the puzzle" and leaves. Julia says, "Goodnight"
         and starts up the stairs. David comes out onto the landing and
         complains, "I'm hungry!" Vicky tells him, "I'll go tell Mrs.
         Johnson to fix you something" and leaves to do so. Julia
         remarks to David, "Vicky tells me you were playing with your
         friend Sarah again. Where did you go?" David replies, "I can't
         tell you. It's a secret". Julia continues, "I'd like to meet
         Sarah some time". David replies, "You told me that before. Why?"
         Julia says, "She sounds like a fascinating little girl, that's
         all". David says, "You ask a lot of questions. I don't mind,
         but if you meet Sarah and ask her a lot of questions, her answers
         don't make a lot of sense. Just thought I'd warn you". 
            Barnabas is at Eagle Hill cemetary, looking at a gravestone
         and looking thoughtful. Suddenly, he is startled to hear a the
         sound of a flute playing, "London Bridge". He exclaims, "Sarah?!"
         Meanwhile, Sarah is in the Collins tomb sitting on her own
         sarcophagus playing a flute. Hearing Barnabas, she suddenly
         stops. Barnabas shouts, "No, Sarah, don't stop! It's your 
         brother Barnabas, here to take you home again!" He runs to
         the mausoleum but finds it empty. He begs, "Sarah, come back,
         please, come back. I need you, Sarah, I love you and I need
         you!" He looks at the plaque on the wall, "Sarah Collins, 
         Episode 307
         Worldvision Rerun 97
         Tape Date: August 15, 1967 (ABC #172-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 29, 1967 Tuesday
         Writer:    Gordon Russell
         Director:  John Sedwick

            At the Evans Cottage, Sam and Maggie are in the living room.
         Sam is painting. Maggie puts a sweater on. Sam, seeing this,
         asks, "If you're cold, why don't you close the window?"  Maggie
         snaps, "That's not the reason I'm putting the sweater on. I've
         got to go out!" Sam tells her, "You can't. It's too dangerous"
         They have an argument about this, but Maggie will not listen
         to reason and says, "I can't stay cooped up here for the rest of 
         my life! I'm going to gou out and you can't stop me!" Sam replies,
         "Maggie, I don't want to keep you here by force, but I will if
         necessary!" Maggie whines, "Pop, why are you doing this to me?"
         Sam replies, "There's someone out there who wants to finish
         the job he started. You don't remember what you were like the
         night I found you!  You seemed drained of life.  You were
         half dead! Now that you're recovered and in good health,
         I want see you stay that way". Joe comes in and says, "Hi,
         sweetheart". Seeing the look on Maggie's face, he asks, "What's
         the matter?" Maggie replies, "This house and being trapped in
         it! Joe, would you tell Pop a few minutes in town wouldn't
         hurt?" Joe replies, "Sorry, I can't tell him that. I agree with
         him. I think it's too dangerous". Maggie shouts, "Why do you
         always take his side? You're both against me!" and runs to her
         room in frustration. Joe whines, "Why can't she understand
         where just trying to help her?" Sam replies, "I can't blame
         her. I'd feel the same way if I were in her position. She doesn't
         remember what happened so she can't really understand the danger."
         He tells Joe he's thinking of letting Maggie go into town. Joe is
         aghast, but Sam explains, "Not alone, of course. But I don't see
         why she can't go if I accompany her". Joe volunteers to come too.
         Sam tells him, "You go ahead to the Blue Whale and get a table
         and I'll go calm Maggie down and come later". Joe replies, "OK,
         Sam, I just hope we're not making a mistake".
            Joe goes to the Blue Whale and finds Vicky sitting alone at
         a table. He remarks, "You're alone, Vicky". Vicky replies, "Just
         momentarily. Burke will be here any minute". Joe sits down and
         asks the bartender, "Bob, bring me a beer, will you?" Noticing
         the expression on Joe's face, Vicky asks, "Why are you so 
         depressed? Joe explains, "Not depressed. Angry." He tells her
         about Maggie and adds, "I'm also angry that the sheriff is
         making so little headway in finding the kidnapper. If only
         Maggie could remember something. It could blow this case right
         open. All she can remember is a bit of soft, tinkly music, and 
         she's not sure if it means anything." He adds, "And there's the 
         little girl". Vicky asks, "What little girl?" Joe explains, 
         "She showed up at the cottage one day and told Maggie she had 
         given her a doll and wanted it back. She was also upset that Maggie
         didn't remember her. She told Maggie they knew each other". Vicky 
         exclaims, "That little girl is right! On the night Maggie came in 
         here, she was looking for a little girl she said was with her". 
         She asks, "Did the little girl say what her name was?" Joe replies, 
         "Sarah". Vicky looks like she's thinking hard. Joe asks, "Vicky,
         what's the matter?" Vicky replies, "When I go over everything
         in my mind, I find this little girl cropping up everywhere. She
         told Sam where to find Maggie, and she also told David was alive
         two weeks ago". Joe exclaims, "Impossible! Two weeks ago, the
         only people who knew Maggie was still alive were me, Sam and
         Dr. Woodard!" Vicky insists that it's true and says, "This
         little girl Sarah, wherever she is, might know something we
            Sam and Maggie arrive at the Blue Whale. Joe asks Maggie,
         "Feeling better?" Maggie replies, "Yes. Sorry I blew up".
         They order a round of drinks. Vicky and Maggie order scotch
         and rye, Joe orders another beer and Sam orders "the usual".
         Joe announces, "I think Vicky has come up with something
         important." Vicky explains, "I think the little girl you
         saw a couple of weeks ago holds the answers to everything".
         Maggie, do you remember her dress?" Maggie replies, "Yes.
         It was a very strange dress". Vicky asks, "Like the kind
         you might wear to a costume party?" Maggie replies, "I didn't
         think of it that way, but now that you mention it, yes". Vicky 
         says, "That was the dress she was wearing when your father 
         sketched her, and the same dress she wears when David sees her". 
         She continues, "That little girl told David two weeks ago
         that you were still alive". Sam exclaims, "Impossible! She
         couldn't have!"  Vicky replies, "She did". Sam suggests, "She
         might have been making it up. Kids make things up sometimes". Joe
         reminds him, "When you made the sketch of her, she told you where
         to find Maggie. How could she know that?" Sam admits, "Yes. I've
         been wondering about that." Vicky asks Maggie, "Do you remember
         anything about the little girl, anything at all?" Maggie
         replies, "No, only that she wanted her doll and was upset
         I didn't remember know her". Vicky reminds her, "I think if you
         got your memory back you would remember her.  The night
         you came in here, you said you were with a little girl".
         Maggie says, "Sarah...Sarah!" Asked if she remembers anything,
         she says, "For a moment there, I heard that soft tinkling
         music again, but it's gone now". Joe asks, "Does it have
         anything to do with Sarah?" Maggie replies, "I don't know".
         Joe announces, "I think it's very important we find this
         little girl! But where do we begin?" Vicky replies, "I think
         David could help. He said he plays with her in a secret place,
         but wouldn't tell me where it was". Joe asks, "Mind if Sam
         and I come to Collinwood and talk to him? Maybe we can get
         him to tell us".             
            Burke comes into the tavern. He walks up to Vicky, says,
         "Hi, Vicky", and kisses her on the cheek. Vicky just sits
         there, cold and unresponsive. Burke asks how Maggie is and
         asks if she's started to remember anything yet. Joe says,
         "No, not yet. but we think we know of someone who does". 
            Sam, Maggie and Joe leave. Burke asks Vicky, "Now, young
         lady, would you mind letting me know what's bothering you?"
         Vicky snaps, "You are! You've done something you should be
         ashamed of!" Burke asks, "What are you talking about?" Vicky
         replies, "I'm talking about your private investigation of
         Barnabas Collins! I was joking when I said I thought you were
         jealous of him, now I'm not so sure!" Burke replies, "Barnabas
         Collins is the last person I'd be jealous of". Vicky asks,
         "What reason could you have to investigate him?" Burke replies,
         "There's a lot of things to be suspicious about. I don't think
         his eccentricities are just eccentricities. I think they're
         a cover for something". Vicky asks, "What?" Burke replies,
         "I don't know. Something weird". Vicky says, "Then you have 
         nothing against him, not even a vague suspicion of anything".
         Burke replies, "Have you ever wondered why he never talks about
         his life in England? He claims to have spent most of his life
         there, but he never speaks about it at all. Last week, I tried
         asking him some questions about it. The more questions I asked,
         the more fidgity and evasive he got. Finally, he mentioned a 
         name. Nile Bradford. He said he was a cousin he lived with on
         the outskirts of London. I tried looking up Nile Bradford. 
         You know what I found? There was a Nile Bradford who lived
         on the outskirts of London, but he died 130 years and there
         hasn't been anyone living in London by that name since. What
         do you make of that?" Vicky replies, "He was probably tired
         of your questions and said the first name that came to mind".
         Burkee replies, "From 130 years ago? Strange he's so preoccupied
         with the past". He adds, "Did you see him the night you announced
         our engagement? He looked at me with pure hate in his eyes and
         muttered 'Jeremiah'". He tells Vicky he does have a reason for
         investigating Barnabas, "Maggie Evans. Do you remember the night
         she wandered in here? She didn't recognize you, she didn't recogize
         me, but when she looked at Barnabas, she said 'No...', screamed and
         fainted.  I think there's some connection between him and Maggie's
         kidnapping".  Vicky shouts, "I've heard just about enough! I don't
         like what your implying. If you continue to malign Barnabas this
         way, I'll never marry you!"
         Episode 308
         Worldvision Rerun 98
         Tape Date: August 16, 1967 (ABC #173-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 30, 1967 Wednesday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  John Sedwick

            At the Evan's Cottage, Maggie is dusting while Sam is painting.
         Maggie looks out the window and says, "Hey, it's Joe coming". 
         There's a knock at the door. Maggie lets Joe in. Joe says, 
         "I spoke to sheriff about Sarah. He said he's checking around"
         Maggie exclaims exasperatedly, "He's always checking around,
         he never comes up with anything! Why can't he find her? It's a
         small town! You'd think she vanished into thin air!"  Sam
         remarks, "It does seem sometime that she's vanished into thin air".
         Joe tells them, "The sheriff is going through the lists of the 
         board of education. Sarah isn't a popular name in this town. 
         There are only a few girls with that name, and none of them match 
         Sarah's age group. They're either too young or too old."  Sam
         suggests, "Maybe Sarah's not her real name. Maybe she made it up, 
         like a game". Joe asks, "So where do we go from here?" Maggie
         suggests, "David's the one who's had contact with her". Joe agrees 
         that questioning David would be the logical thing to do. Maggie
         suggests to Sam that he accompany Joe. Sam refuses, saying, "I won't
         leave you here alone", but Maggie tells him, "That's all right.
         Vicky's coming over. She'll be here soon".
            In the foyer at Collinwood, David shouts, "Carolyn, Hurry! 
         We'll miss the bus to Bangor!" Carolyn comes down the stairs
         and tells him, "If we do, we can drive up". David protests, 
         "But you promised me we'd go by bus. It's more fun!" There's a 
         knock at the front door. David andwers. It's Joe and Sam . Carolyn
         asks, "What brings you two here?" Joe replies, "We wondered if we 
         could to talk to David". David asks, "Talk to me? About what?"
         Sam replies, "About something urgent, very, very urgent! Something
         to do with Maggie. We're trying to trace that little girl".
         David asks, "You mean Sarah?"  Sam answers, "Yes. Since your such
         a good friend of her, maybe you could introduce her to us". David
         replies, "Sure, the next time I see her". Sam asks, "and when wiil
         that be?" David replies, "I don't know. Whenever she wants to
         see me". Joe tells him, "We want to know how she knows about
         Maggie. Is Sarah her real name?"  David replies, "I think so".
         Sam asks, "We've looked all over for her and couldn't find her".
         David remarks, "Suddenly, everyone's asking questions about Sarah!
         Even Miss Hoffman was asking questions about Sarah!" Joe asks,
         "Do you think you could help us find her now?" David protests,
         "But I'm going to Bangor today!"  Sam tells him, "But this is
         important". Carolyn seconds him, "It is important. We could go
         to Bangor some other time". David protests, "But I don't even
         know where to find her!". Sam says, "He's right. He's just a
         child. David, you go on your trip to Bangor. Could you tell us
         some places where we might find her?"  David replies, "Yes, at
         the woods near the old house".  Joe tells him, "If you see Sarah,
         could you tell her we're looking for her?" David replies, "Sure,
         but I don't think it'll do any good..."
            Joe and Sam are searching the woods near the old house. Sam
         says "Oh, there's nothing here! It's all a waste of time!" Joe
         suddenly says, "What's that?!" Sam replies, "I dunno, it came
         from that direction". Joe runs over there to look. When Sam catches
         up to him, Joe points at a swing which is swinging but empty, as
         if someone had just gotten off it, and says, "Sam, look! The swing!
         She was here! She was just here!" They call, "Sarah! Sarah!", but
         no one replies. They search around. When both get back to the
         swing, Sam asks, "Any luck?" Joe replies, "Not a trace". Sam
         says, "Maybe we frightened her coming up here. She's hiding, I know
         it", but Joe replies, " Why would she be frightened of us? She came
         to your house and stayed long enough for you to make a sketch of
         her". Sam replies, "I don't know" Joe remarks, "Maybe we're jumping
         to conclusion, maybe it wasn't Sarah after all.  It could've been
         any kid. Maybe it was just the wind for all we know". Sam
         dejectedly says, "Let's go home". Joe suggests, "We're pretty close
         to the old house. Maybe Barnabas Collins knows something about
         Sarah". They leave. The swing, which had become still, starts to
         swing by itself...
            Sam and Joe go to the old house and knock at the door. Julia
         answers. She asks, "What are you doing here?" Joe replies,
         "We're looking for Barnabas Collins." Julia tells them, "He's not
         here". Sam asks, "Willie Loomis, then".  Julia replies that he's
         not here either.  Sam asks, "What are YOU doing here?".   Julia
         replies, "Mr. Collins is allowing me to use his library for my
         'historical research'. It helps me keep my disguise". Sam remarks,
         "I wonder How this is helping Maggie."  Julia explains, "Maggie's
         case is a complex puzzle with many, many little pieces. You have
         to look everywhere for these little pieces ". Sam asks, "After
         all this effort, you must know something! You must have some
         lead!" Julia replies, "I wish I did".  Sam tells her, "You know,
         doctor, I've just decided something. I've decided I don't believe
         you". Julia calmly replies, "I really should be angry and insulted,
         but I'm not.  I'm just curious.  Why don't you believe me?".
         Sam explains, "It seems you're spending all your time in one
         area, between Collinwood and this house. You must have some lead
         here". Julia replies, "No, I have nothing concrete to tell you".
         Sam suggests, "I think you are following a lead, the same one
         everyone else is following.  We're all looking for Sarah, even
         you!" Julia replies, "I did ask David about her, but his answers
         were pretty meaningless".  Sam remarks, "She's the key to the whole
         mystery. I know it!" Julia replies, "I don't know about that", then
         asks,  "Why did you come to see Mr. Collins?"  Joe replies, "To
         see if he knows anything about Sarah".  Julia replies,  I've already
         spoken to him.  He knows nothing". Sam, exasperated, shouts, "You
         don't know anything, Mr. Collins doesn't know anything! You should
         be in the diplomatic corps. You're a master at evading questions!"
         and stomps off. Joe apoligizes for Sam's behavior. Julia replies,
         "I understand. I'm doing everything I can". Joe leaves. Julia
         repeats, in a very strange tone of voice, "I'm doing EVERYTHING
         I can..."
            Carolyn and David return to Collinwood, carrying lots of
         boxes.  David exclaims, "Boy, am I hungry!" Carolyn says, "That's
         impossible! You had two hot dogs at the bus terminal in Bangor,
         then all that candy on the bus back to Collinsport!" David replies,
         "I can't help it!  I am!", and asks, "When can we go again?"
         Carolyn replies, "Not TOO soon!" Julia comes in and, seeing them,
         asks, "Home so soon?"  Carolyn says, jokingly, "So soon?! I though
         it'd never end!"  David tells Julia, "Look at all the things we
         bought!  But before I open them, I'm going to go eat a peanut
         butter and jelly sandwich!" and goes to the kitchen.  Carolyn says,
         "What an appetite! You wouldn't believe all he ate today! Hamburgers,
         hot dogs, ice cream, cake, candy!"  Julia jokes, "Sounds like a
         healthy diet for a growing little boy!" Carolyn says, "I want to
         ask you something. What's your interest in this little girl Sarah?
         I understand you were asking David some questions about her" Julia
         lies, "Nothing. Just curiousity.  It's just that everyone's been
         talking so much about her, it made me curious.  Professional
         inquisitiveness, you might say".
            Sam and Joe return to the Evan's Cottage. The lights are all
         out.  Sam goes to the door of Maggie's bedroom, tries the door
         and calls, "Maggie? Maggie?" Maggie's voice replies, "Pop, is that
         you?" Sam apoligizes, "Sorry, I didn't mean to wake you". Maggie
         says, "I'll be out in a minute". Suddenly, the door flies open
         and Maggie comes bursting out, Sarah's rag doll in her hand,
         exclaimubg, "Pop! She was here!  While I was asleep, Sarah was
         Episode 309
         Worldvision Rerun 99
         Tape Date: August 17, 1967 (ABC #174-DRK-67)
         Air Date:  August 31, 1967 Thursday
         Writer:    Malcolm Marmorstein
         Director:  John Sedwick

            Barnabas and Julia are at the old house. Barnabas remarks, 
         "You seem nervous tonight". Julia replies, "No, not reallly".
         Barnabas asks, "What was that in that injection you gave me?"
         Julia replies, "Something to speed up the change in the structure
         of your blood". Barnabas remarks, "I watched as you put the needle 
         in my arm. Your hands were very shaky. Why are you so nervous 
         tonight?" Julia again denies that she is nervous, but Barnabas
         doesn't believe her and says, "There's something bothering you, 
         something I should know. Wha are you hiding from me?" Julia again
         insists that there's nothing bothering her. Barnabas grabs her
         by the throat and shouts, "I will not go for lies! Now tell me 
         and tell me now!" Julia begs, "Let go of me!" Barnabas replies,
         "Not till you tell me the truth!" then lets her go. Julia,
         massaging her throat, remarks, "I don't know why you still don't
         trust me!"  Barnabas demands, "I want to know what you're holding
         back".  Julia tells him about Sam and Joe coming up and asking
         about Sarah.  Barnabas asks, "Sarah?  What do they want from
         her?"  Julia replies, "Information.  They want to question
         her.  They know she knows something about Maggie".  Barnabas
         gets a worried look on his face and says, "Sarah knows all about
         me. Why has she come back? Why? In my previous life, she loved me
         more than any other person. She didn't understand what I had become,
         only that I was different, and the rest of the family despised
         me.  She loved me until her sad death. She needed me and I failed
         her tragically. Now she's come back, not to me, but to my enemies.
         It means she's come back to destroy me.  It means that she's
         become one of them.  I know that she's come back to destroy me,
         and I can't let that happen, I can't let that happen!"
            At Collinwood, there's a knock at the front door.  Vicky
         answers. It's Burke Devlin. Vicky says, "Oh."  Burke says,
         "Hello, Vicky". Vicky replies, in a very cold monotone, "Hello,
         Burke". Burke tries to joke, "You seem overjoyed to see me. 
         I can't remember a warmer greeting. I feel the door is going 
         to close before I come in" Vicky says, again in a monotone, 
         "Come in". Burke comes in. Vicky just stands there holding the
         door. Burke remarks, "It's all right to close the door now, 
         unless you intend this visit to be a short one" Vicky says,
         "That depends on you". Burke says, "No, it depends on you, on how 
         willing you are to accept my apology. Please forgive me for 
         being such a suspicious nut. All I care about is our future. 
         You know I love you". Vicky replies, "I love you too" and
         they kiss. Vicky asks, "Burke, will you do something for me?
         It's not going to be easy". Burke, very happy at patching 
         things up with Vicky, replies, "The tougher the better!"
         Vicky says, "Will you appoligize to Barnabas?". Burke, his
         face dropping, says, "I said tough, not impossible!" Vicky
         tells him, "He was very offended. He's coming here soon to 
         bring me a book. I'd like you to apologize to him". Burke
         reluctantely agrees to do so.
            There's a knock at the front door. Vicky answers. It's 
         Barnabas. He comes in, holding a book, and tells Vicky, "You'll 
         see this book supplements and clarifies the other ones I brought
         you in helping you understand the people of the time and the
         motivations behind some of the changes that took place..."  Burke
         comes out of the drawing room and says, "Pardon me". Barnabas says
         to Vicky, " I didn't know you had guests, Vicky. I could come some
         other time". Vicky tells him,  "It's fortunate you stopped by. Burke
         would like to talk to you". Burke asks Vicky, "I was wondering if we
         could use the drawing room".  Vicky, gesturing towards it, says,
         "Please do".
           Barnabas and Burke go to the drawing room. Burke closes the
         doors behind them, leaving Vicky waiting outside. Burke apologizes
         to Barnabas, "I'm afraid I've been overly suspicious and I'm afraid
         I've caused you much distress. I suppose I've been acting like a
         snoopy neighbor peeking through the drapes" Barnbas replies, "I
         admit I'm a most mysterious person. Perhaps I sought privacy too
         hard. You're no longer suspicious?" Burke replies, "No". Barnabas
         asks, "No longer interested in what I do during the day?" Burke
         replies, "No".  Barnabas asks, "Would you like me to tell you what
         it is that I do during the day?" Burke replies, "No".  Barnabas
         asks, "Is there anything else I could tell you that might help
         clarify our relationship?" Burke replies, "That won't be necessary.
         I just want you to accept my apology". Barnabas does and they shake
            At the old house, Julis is looking through some old book.
         She feels a presence in the room and asks, "Hello? Hello?
         Barnabas? Is that you?" She looks around but doesn't see anyone.
         She calls out, "Who's there? Who is it? Sarah? Sarah? Is it you?
         Sarah?" She opens the front doors, looks outside, then goes
            Vicky is waiting in the foyer, reading the book Barnabas brought
         her. Burke and Barnabas come out. Burke apoligizes, "Sorry we took
         so long in there".  Vicky replies, "That's all right.  I was so
         absorbed in this book I didn't even notice the time".  Burke and
         Barnabas announce that they have patched things up. Burke remarks,
         "Well, I've accomplished more tonight than I thought I would.
         I'll leave you two historians here tonight to study the past".
         Barnabas remarks, "Perhaps you'd like to join us. Perhaps you'd
         find the Collinsport of the past as interesting as we do". Burke
         declines, saying, "I find the Collinsport of today interesting
         enough". Barnabas says, "I'll wait inside", and goes into the
         drawing room to let Burke and Vicky say goodbye. Burke exclaims,
         "I did it! I don't know how, but I did it!" Vicky replies, "I'm
         very proud of you! Not every man could've done what you've just
         done!" Burke remarks, "Well, I'm not every man. See you tomorrow
         night". They kiss.
            In the woods, Julia is calling out, "Sarah! Sarah!"
            Vicky is in the drawing room with Barnabas. She asks him,
         "Barnabas, there are some questions I'd like to ask you about
         Chapter Two". Barnabas asks, "Before asking, I'd like to thank
         you for playing the role of intermediary between Burke and
         myself. Vicky, I'd like to ask you a question. Please be
         frank. Of all the suspicions Burke had, were you ever afraid
         any of them might be true?" Vicky replies, "No". Barnabas replies,
         "I'm happy you don't. I offered to answer any question Burke
         wanted to ask. Now I make you the same offer". Vicky replies,
         "The only questions I have for you are about Chapter Two". Barnabas
         says, "Thank you for trusting me. Now about Chapter Two...
            Julia is back at the old house. Barnabas returns.  Julia
         exclaims, "Barnabas! She was here! Sarah!" Barnabas asks, "Did
         you see her?"  Julia replies, "No, but I sensed her presence.
         I even went into the woods to look for her after I looked out
         the door and thougth I saw her in the trees". Barnbas remarks,
         "It must've been your imagination.  Why would she appear to you
         and not to me?" Julia replies, "I don't know".  Looking over at
         the table next to the chair, she sees that the book she had been
         reading is lying open on it. She goes over to the book and
         exclaims, " Look! The book! It's open! I'm sure I closed it!
         She opened it!"  Barnabas asks, "How can you be sure of that?"
         Julia points at the book and replies, "Because it's opened to
         a picture of her!" Barnabas says, "Then she'll come back to me!
         I know it! Sooner or later, she'll come to me!"

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