Season 7, Episodes 1-7
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Season 7, Episode 1 - Sinister Elixir

Starring: Penny Dreadful
Directed & Edited by: Rebecca Paiva

Music in clip by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com

Episode Synopsis:
After a season of communing with spirits in the dark forests of New England,
Penny Dreadful returns to her attic lair. As her hair turns gray and wrinkles form
upon her brow, the 700 year-old witch admits that she must drink a dark elixir once
per year in order to retain her youth. Unfortunately, Penny discovers that her magic elixir
has been stolen, and she must begin a race against time to recreate the concoction.



Season 7, Episode 2 - Blood Relations

Starring: Penny Dreadful
Special Guest Star:
Rebecca Paiva as the Vampire
Directed & Edited by:
Rebecca Paiva

Music in clip by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com

Episode Synopsis:
Without her Sinister Elixir (see Season 7, Episode 1), Penny Dreadful continues to age
towards her true 700 years. Having acquired the eye of a ghoul, Penny is now
after the second ingredient to recreate her elixir of youth -- the blood of a vampire.
She attempts to revive Rhode Island's famous 19th century vampire, Mercy Brown.
Things, of course, go terribly wrong and Penny must enlist the help of vampire hunter Dr. Manfred Von Bulow.


Season 7, Episode 3 - Dust to Dust

Starring: Penny Dreadful & Garou
Special Guest Star:
Peter Pereira as the Mummy
Directed & Edited by:
Rebecca Paiva

Featured music by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com

Episode Synopsis:
Penny Dreadful has transformed into a withered hag, having aged dangerously
close to the point of death. With Garou's help, she must now summon a living mummy in order
to acquire the final ingredient for her elixir of youth.


Season 7, Episode 4 - Unusual Suspects

Starring: Penny Dreadful
Special Guest Star:
Chupee
Directed & Edited by: Rebecca Paiva

Music in clip by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com

Episode Synopsis:
Penny & Garou host "The Bat" while attempting to deduce the identity of the thief who
stole Pennys sinister elixir. As Penny gets closer to the truth, she realizes she is dealing
with deadly forces. Long-time viewers should keep an eye out for familiar faces from the past.


Season 7, Episode 5 - The P-G-M Tour

Starring: Penny Dreadful, Garou, Dr. Manfred Von Bulow
Directed & Edited by: Rebecca Paiva
Clip features "The Gila Monster" song by Joe Johnson

  Episode Synopsis:
Penny, Garou, and Von Bulow play a few rounds of Monster Mini Golf in Seekonk, Massachusetts.
Penny and Von Bulow compete with each other for the win, but Garou puts them both to shame.


Season 7, Episode 6 - Possessions

Starring: Penny Dreadful
Special Guest Stars:
Eric Parks as Uncle Chester, Jennifer Averie as the Doll
Directed & Edited by: Rebecca Paiva

Featured music by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com

Episode Synopsis:
A brash businessman asks Penny to create a magical living doll for his spoiled daughter.
Penny agrees to do so, in exchange for an unspecified favor in the future.
This episode features a Shilling Shockers "Hex-clusive" - a 1970's mock-trailer film by Bob Kensinger,
entitled "The Dolls", shown with special permission from the filmmaker. The episode also includes an
interview with DJ Chris from the Radio of Horror show, as well as a performance by film director Richard Griffin.


Season 7, Episode 7 - Skull Splitting

Starring: Penny Dreadful & Garou
Directed & Edited by: Rebecca Paiva

Episode Synopsis:
Penny is suffering from a terrible headache, but that doesn’t stop her from presenting "The Screaming Skull".
She grows increasingly irritated at the neighbors' cacophonous block party, and at Garou's interactions
with a noisy disappearing/reappearing skull. Luna arrives and helps out, but comes face to face with a
shocking memory from her past. This episode features a Shilling Shockers "Hex-clusive" - a new, original stop-motion
animation by Martha Grant and Tara Perry entitled "The Sartorialist" (shown with permission of the animators).


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