the darrach


Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck were both married at the time of production — Bergman to Petter Aron Lindström and Peck to Greta Kukkonen— but they had a brief affair during filming.Their secret relationship became public knowledge when Peck confessed to Brad Darrach of People Magazine in an interview five years after Bergman’s death: “All I can say is that I had a real love for her (Bergman), and I think that’s where I ought to stop…. I was young. She was young. We were involved for weeks in close and intense work.”

Spellbound (1945) Dir. Alfred Hitchcock

This Ain’t Water Under The Bridge | Rowan and Stiles

He had made sure they were alone. Not because he meant harm to Stiles, but because he feared for his own safety. Not that he didn’t feel like he deserved to be hurt. The Darrach opened the door to Stiles’s room, knowing the younger male would be there. His grey eyes searched the room, util they fell on Stiles. “We have to talk.” He said with a quirk of an eyebrow. “Derek’s told ye, hasn’t he?” He asked, though he knew the answer to that question.

Ice Cold Hands Taking Over Me

Nicholas moved swiftly as a cat, and just as silently, even through the woods. He had texted Levi, but had ran late due to some unfinished homework. He was wearing his hunting clothes - dark jeans, with military high leather boots, a navy blue Henley shirt under a black leather jacket, and his trusted bow and quiver. He had chosen this spot because he was sure no one could spy on them. “Levi.” Nicholas greeted as he moved into the other’s field of vision. there was a healing cut following an horizontal line just under his left eye, running over his cheek bone. Luckily, he was no longer limping from that failed hunt. “I need your skills as a Druid.” He hadn’t been very clear in the text he had sent the other, asking him only to meet him there in business. He would have asked Rowan, but he wasn’t sure yet how much he could trust the Darrach.