The top of Widows' Hill is a strange and lonely place, and the great hulk of Collinwood sits like a sleeping monster on its crest. I know I should leave and yet I can't, not as long as I feel the answers I've been looking for might be here — here in the darkness and the dust of hidden years. Surrounded by the ghosts of the past and the fears of the present, I've decided to search and hope and wait.

Episode 6
Series Dark Shadows
Season 1966, Episode 6
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Air date July 4th, 1966
Writers Art Wallace
Director Lela Swift
Producers Dan Curtis; Robert Costello
Starring Joan Bennett; George Mitchell; Nancy Barrett; David Henesy; Alexandra Moltke
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Episode 6 of Dark Shadows was directed by Lela Swift and written by senior story developer Art Wallace. It first aired on ABC on July 4th, 1966.

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  • This is the first episode of the series where the opening narration does not begin with the words, "My name is Victoria Winters".

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