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On the latest episode of AMC's The Terror, Captain Crozier fights for his sobriety, Silence lives up to her name, and the expedition's winter carnival becomes a fiery nightmare.
As Captain Francis Crozier battles his inner demons, the beast that stalks the men of the Franklin Expedition strikes again.
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Episode three of AMC’s The Terror centers on the burial of two bodies: one unceremoniously dumped in a hole by the men of the Franklin Expedition, the other brutally interred in ice by the beast that hunts them.