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Caped Fear is an episode of Beyond Belief.


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Count Desmond Cross comes to the Doyles for help, as he has been unable to feed for some time and is dramatically weakened. Carysle Ravencastle and Creighton Lavoisier appear and try to put the Doyles under thrall to get them to not help the Count. Unfortunately, they don't have enough power to put both Doyles under thrall at once.

Ravencastle reveals that he has come back from his second death when Creighton rubbed his blood in Ravencastle's ashes (to see what would happen). Doing this put Creighton under Ravencastle's thrall, and made Ravencastle a double vampire.

Ravencastle took revenge on Count by stopping him from putting others under thrall, thus weakening him. Ravencaslte tries to erase their memories and drink their blood, but he still only has enough power to keep three of them in thrall at once.

Ravencastle switches the thrall around, and when the Count is free he drains Ravencastle's blood, and then Creighton's. He attempts to drink the Doyles' blood as well, but Sadie stabs him through the heart with a stake.

Quotable Lines

Sadie: Here you go darling, enjoy the bloodiest Mary. In lieu of tomato juice: 0 negative, some pulp.

Frank: We have blood on hand? As a mixer?

Sadie: Frank, Sadie Doyle is as prepared as any boy scout as she is an impeccable host, and also has vampire friends


Count: I thought I saw a ghost.

Frank: Well that happens to us irritatingly often.


Frank: I have a question, though it is somewhat off topic.

Ravencastle: Speak, juice box!


Clink count: 5


It is the 96th episode of the Thrilling Adventure Hour. The prior episode is Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars - Red Alert and the next is Behind the Scenes with Paul F. Tompkins and Paget Brewster. The prior episode in Beyond Belief canon is #93, The Haunting of Howard Schroeder, and the next is #101, Forged in Flame.


This episode was recorded on November 3, 2012 at Largo. It was released on November 12, 2012.