Chapelwaite Season 01 Episode 03 is expected to be released on 12 September 2021. Viewers can watch it online on Amazon Prime Video.
Chapelwaite is an American horror television series based on the short story “Jerusalem’s Lot” by American writer Stephen King. If you enjoy a good spine-chilling, nail-biting horror story then stay tuned till the last. In this article, we will discuss the series and where to watch it online.
More About Chapelwaite season 1
Set in the 1850s, Chapelwaite follows the story of Captain Charles Boone. Captain Charles Boone and his children relocate to his old ancestral manor house in Maine. His wife dies at sea. As a result, the family is heartbroken. However, their return to the creepy mansion reveals a haunted past. Moreover, the Boone family realizes they are doomed with a family curse. They must confront this curse. They must unravel the dark past and hidden secrets that haunt them.
In conclusion, viewers can expect to encounter a dark and gripping horror story full of mysteries, secrets, and cruses.
Chapelwaite Season 01 Episode 03 Release Date
Chapelwaite Season 01 Episode 03 is expected to be released on 12 September 2021. Episode 3 has been titled “Legacy of Madness”. When Charles dug up his cousin Stephen’s grave he found it empty. This was the cliff-hanger ending of the previous episode. In addition, the new episode deals with hallucinations, mental illness, a missing body, and several unanswered questions. Moreover, Charles continues to hear rats in the walls of the manor. The episode continues as he tries to solve this weird puzzle.
In conclusion, the question driving the series quickly becomes whether Charles himself will succumb to the Boone family curse or not.
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Where to Watch Online
Chapelwaite Season 01 Episode 03 is will be released on 12 September 2021. Viewers can watch it online on Amazon Prime Video. Viewers are eagerly waiting for the new episode after the very exciting last one.
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