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- The great estate of Collinwood on a solemn afternoon, an afternoon in which even grief is momentarily forgotten. Forgotten because of a seemingly innocent photograph posed by two adults for the children. When the film developed the picture showed not only the people, but something one man knows happened over two-hundred years ago.
Barnabas realizes that the photograph is Victoria's way of communicating with him. He is convinced that she needs his help, and he tells Julia that he will find a way to go back in time and save her. He tells David and Amy that their trip to Boston must be postponed.
Sad that their trip has been cancelled the children go out to play. At the cemetery, Amy asks David if he watches the funerals there. He laughs and tells her that there aren't any funerals held there any more. Just then Amy discovers a freshly dug grave. The headstone next to it reads "Peter Bradford." David recognizes the name, but he can't place it.
Memorable quotes Edit
- Barnabas: She went back to be with Peter, and that gives me pain enough, but to think that she must relive those dreadful days in that primitive cell, on trial as a witch... When it happened the first time there was nothing I could do to save her, but now I will!
- Barnabas: I will find the secret to time. I will banish all those years between then and now, and I will be with Vicki at her side tonight.
- Barnabas: I escaped. And I can thank Angelique for that.
- Julia: Look at me, I'm talking about travelling back 200 years as if it were as easy as flying to Europe.
- Julia: Barnabas, please don't go back to the past! Please! Please!
- David: I know every grave in here.
- Barnabas: Suppose I am from another century?
- Professor Stokes: Then that's the best kept secret in Collinsport.
Dramatis personae Edit
- Jonathan Frid as Barnabas Collins
- Grayson Hall as Julia Hoffman
- Thayer David as Timothy Eliot Stokes
- David Henesy as David Collins
- Denise Nickerson as Amy Jennings
- Carolyn Groves as Victoria Winters (uncredited, photo only)
Background information and notes Edit
- Peter Bradford's gravestone reads, Born January 18, 1770, Died: April 3, 1796. The '5' has clearly been amended with felt tip to now show a '6'. When it was previously seen in 463 it gave a year of 1795, so this can be taken as positive confirmation from the production team that the episodes that started 1795 did indeed continue over into 1796.
- Professor Stokes says Peter possessed a body of Jeff Clark and when he was done with it and left, he left the body where he found it. This means there was a Jeff Clark body out there somewhere without a spirit until Peter's spirit left this time stream.
- David says one of the graves at Eagle Hill Cemetery has the a year of 1701 on it, meaning it was use at least as far back as that time.
- TIMELINE: It's afternoon at the start of the episode.
Bloopers and continuity errors Edit
- A ladder can be seen through the drawing room bay window during Barnabas' conversation with Julia.
- Barnabas flubs/slurs Carolyn's name when he says: "Cawlwah and I posed outside that front door for David". This is the 2nd consecutive episode that he flubs Carolyn's name, last episode he started to call her "Bear-olyn".
- David does not remember the name Peter Bradford which is in direct contradiction to 609 when he knew all about Peter from Victoria.
- Jonathan Frid flubs when speaking to David and Amy, "...I think I am going to do... you're doing to do..."; and then later to Professor Stokes, "...help me... help her..."
- Fog from the Eagle Hill Cemetery set drifts into the drawing room scene just before.
- In the cemetery as Barnabas calls to Peter, noises from off-screen can be heard.
- David Henesy corrects Denise Nickerson when she flubs, "Barnabas said he would never take us away" when she meant to say "Quentin said he would never let Barnabas take us away."