|Aliases:||The Three Bells|
The Three Bells is a fictional location featured in the 1960s daytime Gothic soap opera Dark Shadows, which aired on ABC from 1966 to 1971. It was a setting used in a storyline commonly known as the "1795 Flashback".
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The Three Bells was a small inn that existed during the latter half of the 18th century. This was where Reverend Trask lived during the time that he was actively seeking to prove that Victoria Winters was a witch. Barnabas Collins left the body of Maude Browning in Trasks' room. Nathan Forbes visited Trask here to warn him against visiting people at the Old House. 
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- The Three Bells may have been named after the Ten Bells, which is an English public house in Spitalfields and gained notoriety in the late 19th century for it's association with Annie Chapman and Mary Kelly, who were two victims of the infamous London serial killer Jack the Ripper. The Ten Bells features prominently in television shows relating to Jack the Ripper such as Ripper Street.
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This article relates to locations featured in and pertaining to the Dark Shadows television and film franchise. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Dark Shadows Locations category.