Trapped in the SkyEdit

Through his psychic rapport with his half-brother Kyrano, the Hood learns that International Rescue is ready to begin operations.

Plotting to lure the International Rescue craft, he straps a bomb to the landing gear of the atomic powered airliner Fireflash on its maiden flight from London to Tokyo.

The Hood, disguised as a police office, takes photographs of Thunderbird 1. Spotted by the Automatic Camera Detector in Thunderbird 1, he flees with the police in hot pursuit, but they lose him on the M1.

Scott calls in International Rescue's London agent, Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward and her chauffeur Parker, They pursue the Hood in FAB 1. Coming to a quiet stretch of motorway, FAB 1's grille-mounted machine gun blows the Hood's Police car off the road, destroying his photographs.

Edge of ImpactEdit

The Hood is hired by General Bron to sabotage the new Red Arrow fighter plane. Disguised as a laundry man, he manages to bring down the first test flight of the Red Arrow by the use of a Homing Device.

The Hood plants a homing device on the international television relay tower, so that when the Red Arrow 2 makes its test flight it is drawn off course and crashes into the tower.

Desperate IntruderEdit

Brains and Tin-Tin mount an expedition to find treasure, thought to be hidden in one of its central pillars. They enlist the help of archaeologist Professor Blakely, but trouble is in store when The Hood learns of their plans through his psychic link with Kyrano.

The Hood disguised as a Bedouin tribesman, steals into the expedition caravan and hypnotizes the three team members. The next morning, Brains regain consciousness to find himself buried up to his neck in the desert sand.

The Hood appears, demanding to know where the treasure is, but Brains is unable to tell him.

Destruction of Temple in Lake AnastaEdit

The Hood watches the arrival of Thunderbird 1 and 2, from his submarine. That night Brains makes a second dive into the Lake, discovering treasure stored in one of the temple's pillars. He trips over an alarm set by the Hood and following a series of wires along the lake bed, soon runs into The Hood, who hypnotizes him once again.

The Hood blows up the temple to try and reveal the hidden treasure, but traps Brains beneath one of the columns in the process.

Attack on Thunderbird 4Edit

Thunderbird 4 is launched into the lake from Thunderbird 2, and Gordon finds the temple in ruins. He soon locates Brains, whose air is running out, but is fired upon by the Hood's submarine. Gordon pursues the Hood, scoring a direct hit with his missiles and destroying the submarine, but the Hood manages to escape before the submarine explodes.

The Mighty AtomEdit

{Attempting to film the secrets of an atomic irrigation plant in Eastern Australia, the Hood is caught up in a gun battle. A stray bullet causes a fire which eventually results in the explosion of the nuclear reactor. The resulting atomic cloud drifts towards Melbourne, but a strong wind fortunately blows the cloud away.

The Hood assisted Professor Holden in the demonstration of the Mighty Atom, and then hypnotized the other scientists present in order to steal the device.

A second station is opened in the Sahara Desert. The Hood uses the Mighty Atom surveillance device to photograph the control room of the new plant, and then sets off a fire in the manner of the one at the Australian plant. His plan was to lure International Rescue and use the Mighty Atom to photograph the control cabins of the International Rescue craft, but was furious when he later discovers that the robotic mouse has instead taken pictures of Lady Penelope screaming at it.

Cry WolfEdit

In Cry Wolf, The Hood reads the headlines in the newspaper "International Rescue Answers False Alarm", The Hood realizes the true nature of the apparently innocent weather station, and sets out to steal their secrets.

The Hood Makes His MoveEdit

He consults a map of the Northern Territory you find out were "Charity Springs" is located. He travels to Dunsley Tracker were he then follows Tony to Charity Springs Tin Mine.

He encourages Tony and Bob Williams to play in the old Tin Mine and once the boys are inside, fires a grenade into the entrance causing a cave-in that traps the boys.


The Hood attempts to break into Williams's control room, but Williams gets a message to Colonel Jameson, who orders him to destroy the top-secret photos from the spy satellite, as it will take three hours to get help out to the remote station.

He then burns his way through Williams's security door with a welding torch. He hypnotizes Williams before he can destroy the photos and then escape with them in his Spider Jeep.

The ChaseEdit

Scott chases after the Hood on his hoverjet. The Hood carelessly drives into a ravine and Scott believes that he cannot have survived the crash. But he has, after becoming entangled in branches half-way down the ravine, whilst Scott retrieves the stolen photographs.

Martian InvasionEdit

The Hood has a devious plan to capture the secrets of International Rescue on film for sale to General X.

Excreting his psychic control, the Hood forces Kyrano to switch off the Automatic Camera Detector in Thunderbird 1, and then sets his plan in motion.

Filming begins in the Nevada Desert using automatic camera equipment. The first scenes involve the two policemen becoming trapped in the cave by Martians, but the Hood has sabotaged a pyrotechnic effects sequence and the resulting explosion brings down the whole cliff face, trapping the two actors inside the cave.

The film crew calls International Rescue and Thunderbird 1 and 2 soon arrive, but Scott discovers that the automatic camera detector has been disabled.

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