Whitby was a seaside town in North Yorkshire. It was located near Darlington. (PROSE: The Dreadful Flap)

The Eighth Doctor considered the town to have the "best fish and chips in the world". (PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen) The Tenth Doctor also expressed a love for Whitby. (COMIC: The Black Sea)

Reginald Tyler noted that the town inspired several "alarming" books, including Bram Stoker's Dracula and Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. (PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen)

History Edit

In the 19th century, Dracula washed up on Whitby's shores in the form of a large hound. (PROSE: The Dreadful Flap) The Tenth Doctor claimed to have "bumped into [Dracula] on the beach". (COMIC: The Black Sea)

In 1917, Reginald Tyler met Enid Tyler while he was recovering in a Whitby hospital. During his time in Whitby, he began writing a book which would eventually become The True History of Planets. (PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen)

In the early 2000s, Eric Gryphus came to Whitby to attend a sales convention. (COMIC: The Dream) Nimrod, Cassandra Schofield, and Martin Frith kidnapped Gryphus and took him to the Forge Alpha Facility. (COMIC: Bullies)

In 2008, Iris Wildthyme buried Dracula's ashes inside St Mary's Church. (PROSE: The Dreadful Flap)

The Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble visited Whitby, shortly before heading out into the North Sea. (COMIC: The Black Sea)

In 2009, calls to the emergency services from Whitby suggested that children were freezing. (TV: Children of Earth: Day Three)

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