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Episode Synopsis: Arthur writes to his friend, Dr. Seward, asking him to examine Lucy, as he is worried about her deteriorating health. He urges Seward to use discretion so as to not alarm Lucy’s mother, whose health may suffer as a result. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadioPlay, and at crypticcanticles.com…
 
Episode Synopsis: Lucy writes to Mina wishing her well in her new marriage. She says that Arthur is back at Whitby, and her mother’s health is improving. Lucy is no longer sleepwalking, and she and Arthur have set the date for their wedding. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadioPlay, and at crypticcanticles.com…
 
Episode Synopsis: Rejected in her request to sleep in her mother’s room, Lucy suffers another difficult night. She tried to stay awake to combat the strange force that overcomes her at night, but could not forestall sleep. Today, she is horribly pale and drawn, and can’t seem to catch her breath. She hopes to be able to summon her cheer so as to no…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina arrives in Buda-Pesth to attend Jonathan, who has taken with a brain fever as a result of his terrifying journey. Sister Agatha assures Mina that Jonathan committed no atrocity from which he suffers. Jonathan gives Mina his diary for the sake of transparency, but Mina seals it shut to demonstrate her trust in him. The two are…
 
Episode Synopsis: When given the chance to escape, Renfield would not go. However, when an attendant came to check on him later, Renfield dashed past him out the door, and once again sought refuge on the neighboring deserted manor grounds of Carfax. He struggled violently with Dr. Seward and the attendants, but, following with his eyes, the path of…
 
Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward has been observing Renfield and noticed that despite his fits of passion during daylight hours, he becomes sanguine and calm during the nights. He has no more interest in his “Zoophagy,” refusing a cat when offered. Dr. Seward plans to let him escape and observe him to see what he does. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCa…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina is overjoyed to have news at last from her beloved Jonathan. Sr. Agatha of the Hospital of St. Joseph has written to say that Jonathan has been ill, and Mina is to come at once to nurse him back to health. Mina prepares for the possibility that she and Jonathan will married in Buda-Pesth when she arrives.Dr. Seward has notice…
 
Episode Synopsis: Lucy is in high spirits, despite still looking pale and wan. She describes to Mina what it felt like to her on the night that she walked to the churchyard in her sleep. Mina is unnerved, but happy that she seems to be feeling better. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadioPlay, and at crypticcanticles.c…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina worries desperately about Lucy who is getting weaker and weaker. Mina finds her sleeping at the open window, and the most recent time, Mina could hardly waken her. Mina fears that the wound Lucy suffered from the safety pin might be related, for it has not healed and is looking larger and more ragged.Samuel F. Billington and …
 
Episode Synopsis: Lucy is languid at breakfast, but is delighted to hear that Arthur Holmwood’s father is doing better, and wants to accelerate Arthur’s and Lucy’s upcoming marriage. Mrs. Westenra confides to Mina that the doctor told her that she hasn’t long to live. She asks Mina to keep this a secret from Lucy. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCan…
 
Episode Synopsis: Lucy startles Mina with a strange remark as the two sit in their favorite churchyard seat. Mina sees that Lucy is noticing the sunset reflecting off of the eyes of a strange man who is sitting a little ways off. The effect makes it appear that the man has red eyes. Mina puts Lucy to sleep and takes an evening stroll. She sees Lucy…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina worries desperately about Lucy who is getting weaker and weaker. Mina finds her sleeping at the open window, and the most recent time, Mina could hardly waken her. Mina fears that the wound Lucy suffered from the safety pin might be related, for it has not healed and is looking larger and more ragged.Samuel F. Billington and …
 
Episode Synopsis: Despite Lucy’s continued attempts at sleepwalking, her health continues to improve. The two converse about their sweethearts, Lucy comforting Mina’s worries.Sr. Agatha of the Hospital of St. Joseph writes to Mina to tell her that Jonathan is taken ill, and is a patient in their sanitorium in Buda-Pesth, where he will remain for se…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina awakes in the middle of the night to find Lucy missing, and nowhere in the house. Mina rushes with a heavy shawl to find Lucy in her nightclothes reclining in their favorite seat in the churchyard, a shadowy figure bending over her. By the time Mina gains entrance to the churchyard, Lucy is alone. Mina wraps Lucy in the shawl…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina and Lucy attend the funeral of the Captain of the Demeter from their usual seat in the church yard. Earlier that day in that same seat, the old captain, Mr. Swales, was found dead, having experienced a fright and broken his neck. Mina and Lucy are upset by a scene that occurs when an old sailor disciplines his dog for not com…
 
Episode Synopsis: A reporter from the Daily Telegraph continues to report on the strange goings on with the derelict Russian Schooner. The Dog which took flight from the ship is still at large, and is suspected to have killed and mutilated a large mastiff from the local village. The log of the derelict, the Demeter, has been translated with help fr…
 
A reporter from the Daily Telegraph editorializes on the details of a storm from the previous day, including the brilliant colors in the sky, the actions of a few ships that sought safety in the harbour, and the amazing tale of a derelict Russian schooner that miraculously made it past the reef into port during... Continue Reading →…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina sits at her favorite seat in the churchyard and observes the signs of the coming storm through the grey day. Mr. Swales comes to sit with her and tells her not to be upset by his conversation about the tombstones earlier, but when men get old, they laugh at death so it doesn't scare them so much. On the contrary, he feels con…
 
Episode Synopsis: Amid the never ending fog, the Captain of the Russian schooner, now alone at the helm, at last sees the intruder. Refusing to leave his post, the captain ties his hands to the wheel, along with a religious artifact that the unholy being may not touch. In this way, even though his life be lost, he hopes to preserve his honor as cap…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina keeps rereading the letter from Jonathan that reads so oddly. She hasn't heard from him since, and neither has Mr. Hawkins. Lucy's ​sleepwalking has ebbed slightly, but she has begun searching for the key to her locked bedroom door.The last hand has disappeared from the Russian schooner leaving only the captain and the first …
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina and Lucy visit with the old fishermen in the churchyard. Mr. Swales entertains the lot of them with tales of the men whose names are listed on the surrounding tombstones. He says that the men are either lost at sea, and not in their so-called graves, or that the nature of their lives and deaths have been dramatically romantic…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina frets over missing Jonathan worries about why she feels so distraught over it. Lucy continues to sleepwalk, and Mina feels worn from being constantly awakened at night. Arthur Holmwood has had to rush to his sickly father's side. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadioPlay, and at crypticcanticles.…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina receives a letter from Jonathan from Transylvania, and finds the tone off-putting. She is also disturbed that Lucy has begun sleepwalking. Mina and Mrs. Westenra decide to lock her in her room at night until Arthur returns from visiting his father, upon which time they expect the condition will subside. Follow us on Twitter.c…
 
Episode Synopsis: Mina travels up to visit her friend, Lucy. Mina is impressed with the churchyard that overlooks the harbor. She asks an old fisherman, Mr. Swales about the local folklore.Aboard the Russian schooner, another man had gone missing. They agree to double up watch duty so no one has to be alone. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles…
 
Episode Synopsis: Renfield is back to catching flies. He tells Seward that his collection of birds has flown away, but a telling drop of blood on his pillow and the remnants of feathers tells a different story. Seward's suspicions are confirmed later on when he is told that Renfield has vomited up a pile of feathers. Seward decides to refer to Renf…
 
Episode Synopsis: Renfield requests that Dr. Seward gifts him with a kitten or preferably a cat. Dr. Seward, not wanting to see Renfield's newly acquired collection of sparrows fed to a larger animal, tells him he will consider the matter. Renfield becomes agitated and breaks down. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadio…
 
Episode Synopsis: The captain of a Russian schooner chronicles the strange events that have been going on aboard his ship on a voyage from Varna to Whitby. Along with the typical customs checks and paying off of officers, the men become frightened of something aboard. The first mate loses his temper with the crew, but to no effect. One of the men g…
 
Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward continues to study his patient, Renfield. Seward catches Renfield eating a blowfly in his cell and forms suspicions about Renfield's collection of spiders, for he finds a log of sorts that he suspects might pertain to his of menagerie of bugs. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadioPlay, and …
 
Having scaled the castle exterior to the Count’s bedroom once again, and having traveled the passage to the chapel, Jonathan Harker discovers the Count lying in his earthen box. To Jonathan’s horror, the Count’s youth has been half restored, and he lies gorged with blood that trickles down his chin. Jonathan is unable to find the front door key on …
 
Jonathan Harker observes the Count, dressed in Jonathan’s traveling suit, delivering the last of the postdated letters that portend his doom. The Count tells Jonathan that his carriage will deliver him to Bistritz tomorrow evening. Jonathan asks to leave immediately, but changes his mind when a multitude of wolves appear at the front door. Once bac…
 
The first of Jonathan Harker’s postdated letters has been sent, and Jonathan grows desperate. Determined to discover the secrets about the Count, Jonathan perilously climbs down the exterior of the castle wall into the Count’s bedroom. Once inside the seemingly disused room, Jonathan takes a deep passage that opens into a ruined chapel. Jonathan di…
 
While the Szgany work somewhere in the depths of the castle, Jonathan Harker observes the Count climbing out the window wearing Harker’s traveling suit. Jonathan realizes that by appearing in the town in Harker’s clothes, the townspeople will think he is acting out nefarious deeds of his own will. Jonathan’s plans to await the Count’s return are ha…
 
Episode Synopsis: Jonathan Harker discovers that the Count has stolen away all of Jonathan’s paper, notes, and maps. He has also stolen his traveling suit. Harker fears a treacherous scheme is upon him. Episode Synopsis: Jonathan Harker discovers that the Count has stolen away all of Jonathan’s paper, notes, and maps. He has also stolen his traveli…
 
Jonathan Harker seizes upon a chance to pay some visiting Szgany workers to send letters home- one to his employer, Peter Hawkins, and a coded shorthand letter to Mina. However, these workers turn them over to the Count, who opens them. He sends on the letter to Hawkins, but destroys the illegible letter to Mina. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCant…
 
John Seward picks up the pieces from his rejected proposal to Lucy Westenra by returning to work. He begins to study one of his inmates, R.M, Renfield. Quincy Morris invites his dear friend Arthur Holmwood to an evening of drinking and revelry with himself and John Seward. He cautions him not to gloat excessively about winning Lucy’s hand. Follow u…
 
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