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Night has come to the Great Estate of Collinwood in the strange and disturbing world of Parallel Time. But the dark has brought no respite from the fears of the day. For on this night, Maggie Collins has had a terror-ridden dream in which she finds herself marked for murder. Not at the hands of the evil Angelique, but as the victim of her own husband's maddened rage.

Episode 1052
Series Dark Shadows
Season 1970, Episode 1052
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Airdate July 7th, 1970
Writer Joe Caldwell
Director Henry Kaplan
Producer Peter Miner
Starring Jonathan Frid; Grayson Hall; David Selby; Kathryn Leigh Scott; Lara Parker
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Episode 1052 is an untitled episode of the daytime Gothic soap opera Dark Shadows. The episode was directed by Henry Kaplan and written by Joe Caldwell. It was produced by Peter Miner and first aired on ABC on Tuesday, July 7th, 1970. This episode is part of the "1970 Parallel Time" storyline. In this episode, Quentin Collins of parallel time is on the run after it is thought that he tried to attack Maggie Evans Collins. Julia Hoffman continues to masquerade as the Hoffman of that reality and tries to track Quentin down, only to find him hiding out in a cave. Angelique learns the truth about Julia's cover identity.

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  • Reference is made to the parallel time counterpart of Sam Evans in this episode. Unlike his normal timeline namesake, this version of Sam Evans was not an artist, but rather an employee of the Collins Fishing Fleet. In both timelines, Sam Evans is the father of Maggie Evans.

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