This first episode contains an intro that details who the main creator is and how she reached the point of creating the radio drama into a podcast. [Script for this episode originally posted on separate webpage January 2012, then later at fanfiction.net on 14 February 2012. Podcast created and uploaded November of 2013.]
The Pit of Ultimate Dark Shadows is an interruption series which begins after Maggie Evans kidnapping, and Willie Loomis has gone to Wyndcliff. After the radio show hosts make their introduction a familiar Butler applies for work at The Old House and knows more than he will let on.
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Please respond to one or more of these inquiries:
1.How did you enjoy Wadsworth and Roger’s entrance to The Old House? Some amusing bits happen there.
2. As Barnabas enters Collinwood did you enjoy the joke Victoria made about Roger? How about the kitchen? Did it slowly dawn on you who was creating the mess?
3. Barnabas returns home to find Wadsworth in Josette’s room. Any startling discoveries there? Fun bits?
4.Carolyn, Burke and the parapsychologists from “Poltergeist”. Out of place in time but still, any amusement for this part? Also we see who has been causing the trouble in the kitchen. Can I get an “Ah-hahaha!” for that?
5. Barnabas meets Maggie again at the coffee shop, likely wondering how he got up the courage to go. (This is post-kidnapped Maggie, after all.) Any fun stuff there? (By the way, I made up Mildred Mayhem.) Considering Wadsworth was played by Tim Curry there are little Rocky Horror jokes laced throughout my show.
6.The ride home with Wadsworth, goofy stuff occurs, of course but the moral of what Wadsworth expresses in Maggie’s looks? How did that strike you?
7.Ah, and then finding Roger outside the house to explain all that’s been going on. Well, here comes Wadsworth again with an explanation to ease their minds. And of course the outro song. How was that for enjoyment?
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