a real world point of view
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|Part of:||Short Trips: A Christmas Treasury|
|Short Trips short stories|
|UNIT Christmas Parties: Ships That Pass|
The Doctor is sympathetic to Connie Bryde, a woman blamed for her husband's death. He discovers a vampire-like alien in a girl's body is responsible and is using Connie as a scapegoat for its feedings. The Doctor kills the girl and then flees from the accusing people of the village.
- The Doctor eats bread and drinks beer.
- The Doctor mentions Sigmund Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams.
to be added
- The Doctor is still suffering from his amnesia. (PROSE: The Burning)
- The Doctor goes by the name John. (TV: The Wheel in Space)