Episode: September 6th

Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward sends a telegram to Van Helsing urging him to come at once and tend to Lucy who has suddenly regressed. Seward writes to Arthur telling him of Lucy's turn for the worse, but that Lucy's mother has requested Dr. Seward's medical expertise. This, he could bring Van Helsing openly onto the case without fatally shocking Mrs. Westenra in her weakened condition.

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Episode: September 5th

Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward sends a telegram to Van Helsing that Lucy is recovering rapidly.

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Episode: September 4th

Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward attempts to examine why Renfield experiences violent mood shifts at noon and at sunset. Renfield went through a brief period of returning to his fly-catching ways, expressing the necessity to fend for himself. Later that day, however, he abandoned this fancy one again. Dr. Seward sends a wire to Professor Van Helsing telling him that Lucy continues to improve.

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Episode: September 3rd

Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward writes to Arthur to explain how Van Helsing’s examination of Lucy transpired: After the three of them chatted for a spell, Van Helsing sent Seward away so he could have Lucy’s full confidence. As before, the examination revealed much blood lost, but no apparent cause. Seward can sense that Van Helsing has suspicions, but will not voice them out loud. Van Helsing will go home to think, and wants Seward to send him daily updates via telegraph.

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Episode: September 2nd

Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward writes to Arthur to tell him of Lucy’s condition. He explains that during lunch, Lucy put on a brave face of vigor, but in private, displayed weakness, discomfort, and expressed difficulty breathing. Having examined her blood, and discovered no physical cause, Dr. Seward has contacted his old teacher, Professor Van Helsing. Seward assures his confidence in Van Helsing, who is an expert in obscure disease with an exceptional amount of sympathy. He hopes that together, he and his old professor will uncover the mystery of Lucy’s condition. Professor Van Helsing writes a response to his former student, Dr. Seward, who requested his aid. Van Helsing explains that Seward’s concerns are his top priority, ever since Seward saved his life from an infected wound. He says that as rich as Arthur is, he could not have bought a better solution than the one that Seward has provided by summoning him.

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