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''Wyndcliffe Watch'' is dedicated to the original television series ''Dark Shadows'', with particular attention to the character Dr. Julia Hoffman, played by Grayson Hall. It began as the official organ of the Wyndcliffe Dark Shadows Society, based in Tacoma, Washington, U.S.A. It featured convention reports, essays, fiction, poetry, art work, comics, photographs, and letters.  
 
''Wyndcliffe Watch'' is dedicated to the original television series ''Dark Shadows'', with particular attention to the character Dr. Julia Hoffman, played by Grayson Hall. It began as the official organ of the Wyndcliffe Dark Shadows Society, based in Tacoma, Washington, U.S.A. It featured convention reports, essays, fiction, poetry, art work, comics, photographs, and letters.  
  
''Wyndcliffe Watch'' first appeared in October 1988, with #2 following in December 1988. Issue 3 was released June 1989, #4 in February 1990, #4 in Summer 1990, #6 in December 1990, and #7 in Summer 1991. The last issue, #10, was published in 1993.
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''Wyndcliffe Watch'' first appeared in October 1988, with #2 following in December 1988. Issue 3 was released June 1989, #4 in February 1990, #4 in Summer 1990, #6 in December 1990, and #7 in Summer 1991,and #10, was published in 1993. The last issue was #11.
  
 
Contributor of writing included Connie Jonas, Jane Lach, Lori Paige, Anna Shock, Donna Sprinkle, May Sutherland, Sharon Wisdom,  
 
Contributor of writing included Connie Jonas, Jane Lach, Lori Paige, Anna Shock, Donna Sprinkle, May Sutherland, Sharon Wisdom,  
  
Art work was by Keith Hammer, Jane Lach, and Sherlock.
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Art work was by Keith Hammer, Jane Lach (cover #4), Sherlock and Marcy Wilson (cover #10)
  
 
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Revision as of 15:35, 12 March 2012

Wyndcliffe Watch is a fanzine edited by May Sutherland and published by Medallion Press.

Wyndcliffe Watch is dedicated to the original television series Dark Shadows, with particular attention to the character Dr. Julia Hoffman, played by Grayson Hall. It began as the official organ of the Wyndcliffe Dark Shadows Society, based in Tacoma, Washington, U.S.A. It featured convention reports, essays, fiction, poetry, art work, comics, photographs, and letters.

Wyndcliffe Watch first appeared in October 1988, with #2 following in December 1988. Issue 3 was released June 1989, #4 in February 1990, #4 in Summer 1990, #6 in December 1990, and #7 in Summer 1991,and #10, was published in 1993. The last issue was #11.

Contributor of writing included Connie Jonas, Jane Lach, Lori Paige, Anna Shock, Donna Sprinkle, May Sutherland, Sharon Wisdom,

Art work was by Keith Hammer, Jane Lach (cover #4), Sherlock and Marcy Wilson (cover #10)