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"Danse Macabre" is a Halloween-themed episode of the British mystery crime comedy-drama series Jonathan Creek. Although the episode takes place on Halloween and the days following it, it first aired on BBC One in the United Kingdom on January 24, 1998.

The series' title character (played by Alan Davies) is a man who uses the skills that he gained as the creative consultant to a stage magician to solve mysteries. The mysteries often appear at first to have a supernatural element to them or otherwise appear to be impossible. They usually involve a murder, or a death which at first appears to have been murder. Jonathan Creek uses his talent for logical deduction and knowledge of illusions to rationally explain what happened. Jonathan is usually initially reluctant to help solve the mystery and is persuaded into doing so by a female friend. In the first two seasons of the series, that female friend is Maddy Magellan (played by Caroline Quentin), an investigative journalist and non-fiction writer with an interest in miscarriages of justice.

In "Danse Macabre", a clergyman asks Maddy for help in investigating the murder of his mother-in-law, the famous horror writer Emma Lazarus. Emma Lazarus was shot dead on Halloween night by someone dressed in a skeleton costume. The murderer then appeared to vanish into thin air. Maddy's friend Jonathan Creek reluctantly helps her to investigate the case.

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The full radio play The War of the Worlds, originally broadcast on October 30, 1938

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  • Baldwin17

    October is here!

    October 1, 2018 by Baldwin17

    As of at least 2 hours and 11 minutes ago, October has officially arrived! Which means that only 30 days are left untill Halloween. Let the spooking commence!

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