|Known relatives:||Bert Whitlock (husband)|
Clovis Whitlock (son)
|1st appearance:||Dark Shadows: Book Three #1|
Granny Whitlock is a fictional elderly woman featured in the Dark Shadows multimedia franchise. She is part of the continuity of the 1991 Dark Shadows television series, but only appeared in the comic book spin-offs relating to the title by Innovation Publishing. The character made a single appearance in Dark Shadows: Book Three #1 in November, 1993.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Granny Whitlock was an elderly woman that lived in the hollows of Collinsport during the early 1990s. She was the widow of Bert Whitlock, a man who came to Collinsport to work the shipyards over fifty years ago. Bert had taught his wife the skill of woodworking and she used this knowledge to whittle custom made, hand crafted dolls. Bert and Granny had a child named Clovis, but Granny has not seen her son in over ten years.
In 1991, Maggie Evans came to Granny's cottage to perform a tarot card reading. Granny had little interest in the affair, but allowed Maggie to perform the reading just the same. Soon after, the ghost of a young girl named Robin took possession of one of Granny's dolls, Cassie.
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The character of Granny Whitlock was created by editors David Campiti and Scott Rockwell and artist Felipe Echevarria based on concepts originally developed by Dan Curtis and Art Wallace.
- Granny Whitlock is an original character who was featured exclusively in the Dark Shadows comic book series. She never appeared in the television show.