These episodes of Dark Shadows originally aired December 26-29, 1967.
In this installment of The Drawing Room:
Push comes to shove: a tale of motherly love
St. Josette, the tragic widow martyr
Is Abigail a better detective than Rev. Trask?
Beware…the uninteresting child
Russ exercises his stock options
The Commotionless Motion of the Collins Moving Day
Haunted houses…or haunted people?
The Serendipitously Bandaged Ghost
Good, Bad, Ugly, Ice Bowl & Tribbles
We say goodbye to 1967
What the well-dressed armchair is wearing this season
Proofreader needed, apply at Dan Curtis Productions
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We recently joined Wallace McBride and Patrick McCray on the Collinsport Historical Society’s podcast for a lively discussion about the pre-Barnabas episodes of Dark Shadows. Click the banner above to go to the podcast, but before you do, you might enjoy this short recap of the first 209 episodes, when Dark Shadows was a lot less supernatural, a lot more soap opera-ish, and fabulously gothic!
Here’s another nice look at the early episodes, shorter and more dramatic, with cool music: