The murder of a young student in an exclusive girls' school leads Murdoch to conclude that someone posing as a vampire is preying on several of the young girls.

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Dr. Julia Ogden (as Hélène Joy)
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Mrs. Irvin
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Arlene Dennet
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Dr. Harwick
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Daniel Irvine
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Laura MacFarlane
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Olivia Cornell (as Vivien Endicott-Douglas)
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Dorothy Cornell
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Detective Murdoch investigates the death of a young female student attending a residential boarding school in Toronto. She was found on the school grounds in a fountain and Dr. Ogden confirms that she drowned. Somewhat ominously, she has several cuts and the doctor confirms she had lost 3 pints of blood. She also has what appears to be two bite marks on her neck. Constable Crabtree, who has been reading Dracula by Bram Stoker is convinced they have a vampire on the loose. Murdoch looks for a more realistic explanation and finds that several other girls at the school have been going out late at night and meeting a handsome young man - and who they too claim is a vampire. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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The girls are enrolled in the Tepes School for Girls. Vlad (the Impaler) Tepes of Wallachia is the historical foundation for the fictional Dracula. See more »

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Brackenreid uses the term "sasquatch" in this episode set in 1898. The term was first coined during the 1920s by J. W. Burns. See more »

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Constable George Crabtree: [after discovering the murdered girls love letters and diary and sniffing them] The secret life of teenage girls!
[Murdoch pulls the letters away from him/]
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Crabtree Gets a 10!
3 January 2012 | by (Metairie, LA) – See all my reviews

Constable Crabtree has read the novel Dracula and conducted a little research on his own. Thereafter, he shares his theories with Murdoch and Brackenreid -- absolutely priceless! Furthermore, we have a girl's school where the students are all reading Dracula, rumors spread like wildfire and some of the girls are convinced they have been "bitten" by a vampire -- the makings of a fantastic show. However, the reality is nowhere near as interesting as the fantasies and the viewer loses interest after discovering the identity of the "vampire." This episode would have greatly benefited from a less mundane conclusion and if not for Constable Crabtree's always intriguing input and a strong hint of the supernatural, this show would be closer to a 5 than a 10.


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