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[[Image:Collinwood.JPG|right|thumb|200px|Collinwood]]
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[[Image:Collinwood.JPG|right|thumb|200px|From the outside, this Collinwood appeared physically identical to the house in the main time-line.]]
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[[Image:1841ptdrawingroom.jpg|right|thumb|200px|The drawing room of Collinwood in 1841 Parallel Time.]]
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[[Image:locked_room.jpg|right|thumb|200px|The door to the mysterious [[locked room]].]]
   
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:''This article is about Collinwood in 1841 Parallel Time. For other instances, see [[Collinwood]] and [[Collinwood (1970 PT)]]''
   
'''Collinwood (1841PT)''' was the great mansion in the town of [[Collinsport]] in the year 1841 of [[Parallel Time]], and was the primary home of the Collins family. This was the locale of the last storyline on the original series of ''Dark Shadows''.
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'''Collinwood''' was the primary home of the [[Collins]] family in the year 1841 in the mysterious world of [[Parallel Time]]. It was located on [[Widows' Hill]] in the [[Collinsport]], Maine that existed in this alternate time-band.
   
Physically, this Collinwood would appear to be nearly identical to that of Regular Time, although at least one part of the great house is much older, having existed during the life of [[Brutus Collins]], i.e. the late 17th century. This is approximately a hundred years before the construction of Collinwood in RT. However, the estate also included a version of the [[Old House]].
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Physically, this Collinwood appeared to be nearly identical to its [[Collinwood|counterpart]] in the mainstream time-line, although it was much older, having existed at least as early as the year 1680. The west wing of Collinwood in this time-band held the entrance to a secret basement room that was used for business purposes in the 17th century. The [[east wing]] of this Collinwood was, as of 1841, also open and in full use.
   
In PT, Collinwood had a haunted [[locked room]], one in which members of the Collins family were forced to spend a single night every generation. Those who emerged were always either dead or insane, until [[Bramwell Collins]] and [[Catherine Harridge Collins]] defeated the curse.
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Because of a curse, Collinwood had a haunted [[locked room]], the bedroom of [[Brutus Collins]], in the west wing into which members of the Collins family, chosen in a lottery, were forced to spend a night during every generation. All those who went into the room for the night were found either dead or insane the following morning until [[Bramwell Collins]] and [[Catherine Harridge Collins]] , forced to spend the night in the room together, defeated the curse.
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[[Flora Collins (PT)|Flora Collins]], mistress of the house, gave control of the family business to Bramwell after the end of the curse, and Bramwell and Catherine, then married, lived at Collinwood together ([[1245]]).
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Like the estates depicted in other bands of time, this Collinwood property contained the original family home, the [[Old House (1841 PT)|Old House]].
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'''Residents - 19th Century'''
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*[[Catherine Harridge Collins|Catherine Collins]] - moved to Collinwood after her marriage to Morgan.
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*[[Flora Collins (PT)|Flora Collins]] - wife of Justin
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*[[Gabriel Collins (PT)|Gabriel Collins]] (D: 1841) - youngest son of Justin and Flora
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*[[Julia Collins]] - sister of Justin
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*[[Justin Collins]] (D: 1841) - head of the Family in 1841
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*[[Melanie Collins]] - adopted daughter of Justin and Flora
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*[[Morgan Collins]] (D: 1841) - eldest son of Justin and Flora
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*[[Quentin Collins (1841PT)|Quentin Collins]] - second son of Justin and Flora
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*[[Kendrick Young]] - moved to Collinwood after his marriage to Melanie.
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*[[Bramwell Collins]] - took up residence in 1841
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*[[Stella Young]] (D: 1841) - Flora's private secretary
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'''Residents - 17th Century'''
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*[[Brutus Collins]] - head of the family in 1680
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*[[Constance Collins]] (D: 1680) - sister of Brutus
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*[[Amanda Collins]] (D: 1680) - wife of Brutus
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==Ghosts==
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Like the other versions of Collinwood, the house that stood in 1841 Parallel Time was also haunted. There were several spirits that appeared to or possessed the living members of the family. They included:
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*[[Amanda Collins]]
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*[[Brutus Collins]]
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*[[James Forsythe]]
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*[[Sarah Forsythe]]
   
The inhabitants of the Collinwood estate in 1841 PT included [[Morgan Collins]], his brothers [[Gabriel Collins (1841PT)|Gabriel]] and [[Quentin Collins (1841PT)|Quentin]], their father [[Justin Collins|Justin]] and mother [[Flora Collins (1841PT)|Flora]] as well as Justin's sister [[Julia Collins]]. Their precise relationship to the previous generation of Collins vis-a-vis those of RT has not been revealed.
 
   
While it is true that [[Barnabas Collins (1841PT)|Barnabas Collins]] married [[Josette Collins (1841PT)|Josette]] there, whether the rest of the characters existed is somewhat open to speculation. If, for example, [[Jeremiah Collins]] and [[Millicent Collins]] existed in PT, did they marry? What about [[Sarah Collins]] and [[Daniel Collins]]? Or for that matter [[Abigail Collins]]? For that matter, was there an [[Isaac Collins]] in [[Parallel Time]] at all, or was his role in history more-or-less played by Brutus? Since there is no evidence of [[Judah Zachary]] targeting the Collins family, one wonders if he even existed (which would explain why there was no [[Angelique Collins|Angelique]] because she never became a [[Witch|witch]]. Thus Catherine Harridge and her sister [[Daphne Harridge (1841PT)|Daphne]] would most likely be descendants of Miranda DuVal. If 1970PT is part of the same universe as 1841PT, presumably either Catherine's children or some relative of hers married among the family of [[Ben Stokes (1841 PT)]] resulting in [[Timothy Stokes (1970PT)|Timothy Stokes]] and his twin daughters [[Angelique Stokes Collins|Angelique]] and [[Alexis Stokes|Alexis]].
 
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
   
*This Collinwood was the second to be seen in Parallel Time. [[Collinwood (1970 PT)|Collinwood]] was shown in the [[1970]] Parallel Time story arc as well, with a significantly different history than its mainstream counterpart. Whether or not the two parallel time lines, and therefore the two Collinwoods, were the same was not revealed.
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*This Collinwood was the second to be seen in Parallel Time. [[Collinwood (1970 PT)|Collinwood]] was shown in the [[1970]] Parallel Time story arc as well, with a significantly different history than its mainstream counterpart. Although it is never explicitly stated that the two versions Collinwood seen in Parallel Time are one and the same, there is no on screen evidence to suggest that they aren't. The biggest similarity seemingly linking the two is the fact that [[Barnabas Collins]] never became a vampire and died a human in both of the Parallel Time periods.
 
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Latest revision as of 02:55, February 19, 2013

Collinwood

From the outside, this Collinwood appeared physically identical to the house in the main time-line.

1841ptdrawingroom

The drawing room of Collinwood in 1841 Parallel Time.

Locked room

The door to the mysterious locked room.

This article is about Collinwood in 1841 Parallel Time. For other instances, see Collinwood and Collinwood (1970 PT)

Collinwood was the primary home of the Collins family in the year 1841 in the mysterious world of Parallel Time. It was located on Widows' Hill in the Collinsport, Maine that existed in this alternate time-band.

Physically, this Collinwood appeared to be nearly identical to its counterpart in the mainstream time-line, although it was much older, having existed at least as early as the year 1680. The west wing of Collinwood in this time-band held the entrance to a secret basement room that was used for business purposes in the 17th century. The east wing of this Collinwood was, as of 1841, also open and in full use.

Because of a curse, Collinwood had a haunted locked room, the bedroom of Brutus Collins, in the west wing into which members of the Collins family, chosen in a lottery, were forced to spend a night during every generation. All those who went into the room for the night were found either dead or insane the following morning until Bramwell Collins and Catherine Harridge Collins , forced to spend the night in the room together, defeated the curse.

Flora Collins, mistress of the house, gave control of the family business to Bramwell after the end of the curse, and Bramwell and Catherine, then married, lived at Collinwood together (1245).

Like the estates depicted in other bands of time, this Collinwood property contained the original family home, the Old House.

Residents - 19th Century


Residents - 17th Century

GhostsEdit

Like the other versions of Collinwood, the house that stood in 1841 Parallel Time was also haunted. There were several spirits that appeared to or possessed the living members of the family. They included:


NotesEdit

  • This Collinwood was the second to be seen in Parallel Time. Collinwood was shown in the 1970 Parallel Time story arc as well, with a significantly different history than its mainstream counterpart. Although it is never explicitly stated that the two versions Collinwood seen in Parallel Time are one and the same, there is no on screen evidence to suggest that they aren't. The biggest similarity seemingly linking the two is the fact that Barnabas Collins never became a vampire and died a human in both of the Parallel Time periods.
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