The John Stackhouse and Warlow Contract, written August 5th, 1702, is an ancient artifact found on the HBO original series True Blood. Written in fae blood on a piece of vellum, the contract was an agreement between Macklyn Warlow and John Stackhouse, stating that the first fae female in the Stackhouse line belongs to Warlow.
|“|| I, John William Stackhouse, in reference to our binding agreement, on this said date. Do grant Mister M. Warlow, my first fae-baring female heir.
Jason comes to Sookie's home. He goes back over Sookie's message from their Gran, believing that she might have missed something. He finds that the box Sookie found was merely a distraction and Gran was actually pointing them towards a hidden compartment under the bed. Inside they find a metal box with a scroll covered with arcane symbols.
Sookie and Jason seek the advice of an expert, symbologist Professor Kannell. He believes that the scroll is meaningless but could be written in a non human language.
Sookie takes the scroll to Claude and his sisters at the faerie bar. Claude does not recognize the language and suggests showing it to an older faerie, Maurella, who is almost 500 years old. Maurella recognizes it as a contract written in faerie blood. She uses her powers to reveal the meaning of the document Jason asks Claude who the first female faerie was in that family since 1702 and Claude says that there were none, until Sookie. ("Gone, Gone, Gone")
Jason has spilled his entire bizarre life in Bon Temps to the stranger giving him a ride. As he finishes his story to the stranger about how he has gone crazy and all he really needs is to keep Warlow away from his sister, the stranger says "You cannot keep Warlow away from Sookie." Meanwhile, at Sookie's house the contract begins to shine as Sookie sleeps unknowingly in her bed. ("Who Are You, Really?")
The exhibition opens to the deck where Sookie's parents are dead. A cloud of mystical light appears, with Warlow struggling to get out. At the same time, the contract beside the bed Sookie begins to shine as Warlow finally enters the kingdom of the earth. ("The Sun") / ("Don't You Feel Me")