Okay, the DSXP Phase 4 begins on December 21! It’s a marathon so big, I have to split it into two chunks. Ten days in December to cover the pre-Barnabas stuff, and then the summer […]
By 1906, Jameson Collins had grown up to become an enterprising law student in the great institution of Yale. Despite this stab at normalcy, his itinerant Uncle Quentin did all he could to corrupt the […]
Find it all, here… or enjoy it in its pure form at the dedicated, digital archive: http://collinschronicles.com.
I am back from Wonderfest and the honest excitement of accepting the Rondo Award on behalf of Cousin “Wallace McBride” Barnabas and his fine work on the winner for Best Blog, THE COLLINSPORT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. […]
For the impatient out there: I’m going to spend sixty days spanning from late May to early August watching the core storyline of DARK SHADOWS. For each episode, I will write a diary entry about […]
So, this is the one where I explain The Project in a minute and forty-five seconds.
Only the cover remained, but we found this while cleaning out offices for the renovation. It’ll probably wind up at the http://collinschronicles.com.
It has been a very busy month, but a lot of Foundation stuff has gone on in the background! ITEM: Today, Cousin Barnabas has released the interview we did with Kathryn Leigh Scott! Yep, the great lady […]
Thank you, Sy Tomashoff. So, I always saw the name, although I was only very, very vaguely aware of what he did. It was only when I was studying scenic design that it all fell […]
“With a mighty Barnabas!” I long for the alternate universe in which Dino de Laurentis made a Dark Shadows movie in 1979 with music by Queen. With toys. And posters. Like this one. Talk […]