This article belongs to the continuity of the Dark Shadows movies.

The Gallery was a large museum-like hall located between the foyer and the drawing room of Collinwood. Upon its walls were dozens of portraits of Collins family members through the years. Among these paintings was a portrait of Naomi Collins and one of Barnabas Collins.

In June of 1970, the vampire, Barnabas Collins, arrived at Collinwood and introduced himself to the Collins family. He passed himself off as the descendent of the Barnabas Collins who lived on the estate in 1797, but in fact – he was the same man. Roger Collins gave him a tour of the gallery and showed him the portraits of Naomi and the first Barnabas.

The gallery featured a large window, which overlooked a gnarled oak tree on the grounds of the estate. This was the same tree that Angelique Collins was hanged from back in 1810

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House of Dark Shadows

House of Dark Shadows (novel)

Night of Dark Shadows (behind the scenes)

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