As you enter a dreadful fear will come upon you. The counts mysterious appearance and frightening warning will make you wonder if you should have come to Whitby…
Bram Stoker sits creating his terrifying story of Dracula while looking over Whitby, with an unexpected warning from Transylvania.
One of the three voluptuous ladies, who had been victims of Dracula and now vampires themselves, gases hungrily, as the count in the disguise of a large bat wearing the menacing black cloak glides towards you.
The wretched Wrenfield, a patient in Doctor John Steward’s Lunatic Asylum spent hours after hour amusing himself with bluebottles, spiders, sparrows and a kitten trying to make each in turn eat the other. Wrenfield became caught up by Dracula’s spell but in his torment warned the heroes of the dangers threatening Mina – A warning which cost him his life.
The dead captain of the Russian ship Demeter was found lashed to the wheel after the schooner was driven ashore by the East Cliff on Tate Hill Pier. A huge black dog was seen to jump ashore and run up the 199 steps to Whitby abbey. In the dead captains pocket was a water tight bottle containing a written account of the terror on board leading up to his death and those of his five crew.
Lucy has taken to sleep walking and was spotted one night by Mina in the moonlight on a seat towards the Whitby Abbey. Mina ran along the crescent, along the north terrace and up the 199 steps to help her friend who appeared to be in company of a cloaked figure with violent red eyes.
Poor sweet Mina has been attacked by Dracula and receives a blood transfusion from her husband Jonathan under the supervision of professor Van Helsing.
Lucy lies destroyed in her coffin, killed by a stake through her heart inflicted by her demented fiance’ Arthur so that she may lie in peace . An early victim to Dracula on his arrival in Whitby , Lucy succumbed to the inevitable chance feasting on human blood unable to resist her hypnotic power.
Count Dracula pursued by our heroes returns to Transylvania. They catch up with him at the Boro Pass where a fearful fight follows, in the course of which Quincey is mortally wounded; but the Count is finally cornered and destroyed by Jonathan with a blow from his Kukri knife which severs Draculas head. It seems his reign of terror is over.. Or is it..?