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The Path of Fate

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Subject: Dark Shadows (audio drama), Dark Shadows, Clothes of Sand, The Ghost Watcher, The Wicked and the Dead
Collection: 2008 Audio Plays, Dark Shadows Audio Plays
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The Path of Fate

The Path of Fate
Big Finish Productions audio drama
Series Dark Shadows
Release number 6
Writer Stephen Mark Rainey
Director Darren Gross
Producer Stuart Manning
Length 65 minutes

Dark Shadows: The Path of Fate is a Big Finish Productions original dramatic reading based on the long-running American horror soap opera series Dark Shadows.


Fearing that the time has come to pay the price for centuries of using black magic, Angelique renounces her powers and becomes a reclusive mortal outside the village of Collinsport. However, at the great estate of Collinwood, an unknown, supernatural force with roots from her past seizes control of Quentin Collins and threatens to destroy not only him but his entire family. He persuades Angelique to help him fight the evil being — but the only means for her to do it is by calling on her dormant powers, which she fears will condemn her soul for eternity....


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