Ninety years earlier, vampire Hal and werewolf Lady Catherine unsuccessfully attempted to end the war created by the devil through the Trinity between werewolves, vampires and ghosts. In the present, Alex searches for her body with Tom's help so that she may pass over, but discovers herself listed as drowned and already processed. The sinister Dominic Rook approaches Hal and tries to tempt him with a supply of blood if he will engineer a vampire take-over. Hal refuses but shortly thereafter becomes responsible for office worker Ian "Crumb" Cran being run over. To prevent Ian dying, Hal turns him into a vampire and imprisons him in the cellar. Alex finds and, unaware of repercussions, releases him, whereby Ian returns to work, kills a colleague, and finds himself more respected as an undead fiend than ever before in life. Rook, summoned by the Home Secretary, learns his department is to be closed, causing him to fear for the future of his 'tenants'. Rook collects Ian from the office ...
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