Frankenstein consults a hematologist, Professor Abraham Van Helsing, who finds the blood contains an unique property that prevents complete coagulation. He believes it assists in the eating of blood. Frankenstein begins experimenting on Fenton, the vampire they caught and are keeping in chains. Frankenstein is also having to deal with his creature who wants him to create a female companion for him. Chandler takes Brona to the Grand Guignol theater. Gray is there, as is Vanessa, but it's Chandler he is interested in.
Did You Know?
The song from the orgy scene "Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix", translates into "My heart opens at your voice." See more
At the botanical gardens, Dorian Gray incorrectly characterizes the flower Miss Ives is admiring as "Atropa belladonna - deadly nightshade". While the plant shown indeed appears to be of the nightshade family, the shape of the flowers indicate a specimen of the Dulcamaroid clade (e.g. bitter nightshade (Solanum endoadenium) or bittersweet (S. dulcamara)), rather than belladonna, which has a bell-shaped flower in a more muted mauve/purple color. See more
Girl Outside Church
[the little girl outside a church approaches Vanessa Ives
Why didn't you go in? Don't you like churches?
Well, I suppose I do.
Written by Abel Korzeniowski See more