It's now morning and John Clare confronts Victor over permitting Lily to go out with another man. Victor has no idea where she is and he realizes he has little control over her in any event. Clare visits her when she is at home alone but isn't prepared for what she reveals. Inspector Rusk calls on Sir Malcolm to learn why he visited Scotland Yard the previous September but Malcolm refuses to divulge any details. Lyle has completed translating the diary which explains the evil they are facing and the nature of their most potent weapon against it. Sir Malcolm breaks the spell Mrs. Poole placed on him and goes to her home to confront her. Meanwhile, Angelique finds Dorian's secret room which contains a very special painting.
Did You Know?
Dorian Gray's infamous portrait, the one that ages and becomes more ugly with each indecent act he commits in order to preserve his youth, is finally seen for the first time in this series. See more
[Lily hums to herself in bed with the naked male corpse, as she begins talking to it
You're a very silly boy. That's what I like about you. Men should always remain boys at heart. Filled with childish games, with snakes and ladders and blind man's bluff. How sad that boys feel they must grow up.
[Lily breathes, looking at the corpse
You'll never grow up now.
[humming to herself when she leaves the room
Written by Henry Purcell
and Nahum Tate See more