First Part of 'The Vampire Diaries' Webisode: A Darker Truth


First Part of 'The Vampire Diaries' Webisode: A Darker Truth


A guy follows Stefan all the way from Manhattan to Mystic Falls only to prove that the vampire is guilty of a murder.

"The Vampire Diaries" is releasing a series of web-only episodes in front of the show's debut on September 10. Called "A Darker Truth", the webisodes has released its first part on Tuesday, August 25. It presents a fictional character named Jason who is investigating the death of his sister, Joanne.

Jason said that Stefan Salvatore, the main character in the actual series, was a neighbor to his sister before she died. He believes Stefan has killed her and he has some proofs to show, including the photo of Stefan staying young even though he has moved around for 45 years.

"The Vampire Diaries" is the new series picked by The CW for its Fall season. It tells the story of a mortal girl Elena who falls for a new mysterious boy at school, Stefan. Elena, who has a tragic past with the death of her parents, succumbs to the comfort that Stefan generates when she is with him.

The series is attached to "Supernatural" to make a night of mysteries on Thursdays.



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