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December 16, 2017

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April 20, 2012
That was my favorite show.My family would get together every day at the same time just to watch Dark Shadow.
The part of Barnbas was my favorite actor.
Mr.Frid you left your memories and we will never for get you for that.
God Bless your family.
April 20, 2012
I was a great fan of the vampire soap opera, I and my classmates remember rushing home to look at Dark Shadows. Then the next day we would discuss the episode and figure out what was going to happen the next day or days to come.

It would be our highlight of the day and something to look forward to that day. I will truly miss "Barnabus" and he will forever live on in our memories. May GOD give "U rest" in his arms.
April 20, 2012
I GOT TO KNOW JONATHAN ON A PERSONAL LEVEL 20 YEARS AGO WHEN HE VISITED, ON MY INVITATION, THE VICTORIAN TOURIST TOWN OF JIM THORPE, PA.
I OWNED A SMALL THEATRE THERE AND AT THAT TIME WAS A PROFESSIONAL MAGICIAN. TURNED OUT WE KNEW A LOT OF THE SAME PEOPLE PROFESSIONALLY AND STRUCK UP A FRIENDSHIP.
HE LOVED THE TOWN WHICH BECAME FAMOUS IN THE 1960'S WHEN THE MGM BLOCKBUSTER MOVIE, "THE MOLLY MCGUIRES" WAS FILMED THERE. HE CALLED IT, HIS BRIGADOON!
WE SPENT TIME TOGETHER AND I FOUND HIM TO BE A RESERVED AND INTERESTING MAN. ONE TIME HE EVEN WENT SO FAR AS TO INTRODUCE ME TO AN AUDIENCE WHILE HE WAS ON STAGE DOING ONE OF HIS ONE MAN SHOWS, CALLING FROM THE STAGE AS I SAT IN THE AUDIENCE, "WHERE ARE YOU?" HE WAS FULL OF UNEXPECTED SURPRISES!
HE WILL BE MISSED.
April 20, 2012
That was a show that my sister and i use rush home from school to see.We was afraid but we couldn't stop looking.
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