Big Finish is pleased to announce details for six more tales of horror and intrigue as part of its popular Dark Shadows range. The new subscription package kicks off in July with Operation Victor.
The adventure, by Jonathan Morris, sees Quentin Collins (David Selby) finally leaving London in the 1940s. Kidnapped and taken to Germany by the British Secret Service, he finds himself up against sinister Nazi scientist Doctor Moloch (Terry Molloy). Accompanying Quentin is the enigmatic Sally Green (Fay Masterson).
The adventures continue with Speak No Evil and The Last Stop. Written by Scott Handcock, Speak No Evil tells the story of what happens when a sinister circus visits Collinsport, whilst The Last Stop, by David Llewellyn, sees a man trapped on a never-ending train journey and forced to make a choice that will change his life forever.
October's and November's releases are both by writers new to Big Finish. Dreaming of the Water, by Kymberly Ashman, is a psychological thriller set at Windcliff Sanatorium. The Haunted Refrain, by Aaron Lamont, tells the story of a bored housewife discovering an abandoned gramophone player. And then discovering what's trapped on it...
The year ends with A Collinwood Christmas, by acclaimed writer Lizzie Hopley. The story sees one member of the Collins family being offered the opportunity to turn his life around. The entire future of Collinwood depends on what choices he makes on a cold and lonely Christmas Eve...
Further details on these releases will be announced throughout the year but you can pre-order all six releases now as a subscription package.
We're also sorry to announce that The Fall of the House of Trask could be delayed due to a number of factors outside of our control. It will be available in early July as opposed to June. A trailer will be available shortly.
The latest release is The Eternal Actress, and it's available now on CD and download!
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