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

Ulysses was the name of a thoroughbred horse that lived in the Stables stables at the Collinwood estate in Collinsport, Maine. In June of 1971, Quentin Collins took Ulysses out for a ride. He ran across the stable-hand, Gerard Stiles, while simultaneously suffering from a vision of his past life as Charles Collins. Ulysses reared, throwing Quentin to the ground. Quentin injured his leg and walked with a limp for the rest of the afternoon.

Notes Edit

  • Quentin mistakenly believed the horse’s name to be Dubloon. Dubloon was actually the name of a horse owned by Charles Collins in 1810.
  • Ulysses was named in the shooting script of Night of Dark Shadows only. His name was never used in the final print of the film.

Appearances Edit

Night of Dark Shadows

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