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John Karlen


Sam Hall


Henry Kaplan


December 9, 1970


December 3, 1970


Complete: Disc 118
Collection 24: Disc 2

1163 B
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Carrie becomes attracted to Jeremy Grimes, son of Mordecai.

Synopsis Edit


The year is 1840, and in the small village of Collinsport an old fear rises again. Witchcraft is whispered in the cottages and the great house of Collinwood. For Quentin Collins has been arrested for the murder of Randall Drew. And there are those in the village who are determined to see that the charge against him is changed to witchcraft. A crime punishable by beheading.

At Rose Cottage, Flora looks out the window and notices most of the townspeople on the estate, wondering if the witchcraft claims are really true. Leticia enters through the front door and tells Flora that people were chasing her because they know she has a second sight. Moments later, Desmond arrives from the courthouse and tells Flora and Leticia that Quentin has been cleared in Randall's murder, but is being charged with witchcraft for the death of Mildred.

Act I

Desmond tells his mother and Leticia about Quentin's imprisonment for witchcraft. The judge feels that Quentin's staircase and the voodoo doll that Lamar found is enough evidence to pursue a trial. Desmond is certain that Gerard is the warlock at Collinwood, not Quentin, but Flora refuses to believe it. Letica promises to help Desmond in any way that she can. Desmond tries to kiss her, but she pulls away.

At the cemetery, Flora and Carrie complete their visit to Daniel's grave. Flora wonders what has happened to the family over the past several months. Just then, Carrie gasps and claims that someone is watching them in the distance.

Act II

Flora, Carrie, Leticia and Desmond gather back at Rose Cottage. Carrie decides to return to Collinwood, and Leticia sees her to the door. Flora wonders what might happen to the family if Quentin is found guilty of witchcraft, and if the townspeople will think Desmond is a warlock as well since he is helping Quentin. Desmond begs Flora not to mention the fact he brought the Head of Judah Zachary to Collinsport earlier in the year, and admits it was a big mistake.

On her way back to Collinwood, Carrie notices that someone is following her. A young man steps out of the bushes and Carrie frighteningly asks who he is.


The young man, who knows many things about Carrie, introduces himself as Jeremy Grimes, Mordecai's son. Carrie immediately holds a grudge against him since he is related to Mordecai, and fiercely defends Quentin to him. To her surprise Jeremy thinks his father is a fool and is kind and warm to her, and listens sympathetically. He offers to walk her home and she takes him up on his offer.

Back at Rose Cottage, Leticia brings Flora a newspaper from 1797 that details vampire attacks in the village. Flora wonders if there is still a vampire loose on the Collins estate, and tells Leticia to go to Collinwood to collect diaries from the library that were written in the late 18th century.

Jeremy walks Carrie back to Collinwood and asks if she will see him again. She initially shies away, because she has never been courted by a man before. Jeremy says he would be honored to be the first, and she agrees to see him again. She quickly runs into Collinwood and closes the doors, and a large smile comes over her face.

Act IV

That night at Rose Cottage, Desmond informs Barnabas that Quentin is going to be tried for witchcraft. Barnabas tells him he is certain Gerard is behind everything, and now they must find the proof.

At Collinwood, Carrie asks Leticia if she has ever fallen in love before. Leticia thinks she is in love with Gerard, but Carrie admits she only wanted him to notice her, and her feelings were "never real." Leticia gives her a hug and claims she has finally grown up, and realizes she has met someone. Carrie excitedly asks her to read her palm. Leticia does, but a sad look comes over her face and admits there is great danger coming. Carrie surmises that she saw her and Tad dead in the playroom, because that's what she saw in the crystal ball. Leticia doesn't deny it.

Back at Rose Cottage, Flora tells Barnabas that she is now writing a book about vampires, and is certain there is a vampire at Collinwood. Barnabas becomes visibly nervous and Flora suggests that they hold a seance to discover the identity of the vampire. Leticia, who has returned from Collinwood with diaries from 1797, agrees to act as medium and attempts to contact Roxanne. Her spirit appears and Leticia asks if she will name the person who made her a vampire. Roxanne looks at Barnabas and answers yes.

Memorable quotes Edit

Leticia: I've been kissed before, Desmond, but no one ever called me sweet. Ever.

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