Today on Epic Game Music I did an original guitar cover from Are You Afraid of the Dark?. The OST was composed by Sidney Sheldon . This is a remix of a song entitled Are You Afraid of the Dark End Credits Theme.
Are You Afraid of the Dark? is a Canadian horror fantasy-themed anthology television series and evolved around a group of young people who referred to themselves as “The Midnight Society.” Every week, at a secret location in the woods, one member would tell a scary story to the group. The actual story, rather than the telling, was displayed to the television viewer. The story was shown between the group’s arrival at the site and their departure. Each storyteller would begin their story by saying “Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this story…” at which point he or she would toss a handful of “midnight dust” from a leather pouch into a campfire to heighten the flames and produce an eerie white smoke. Creator MacHale wrote the line “submitted for the approval of” as a nod to the show The Twilight Zone, in which creator Rod Serling would, after introducing the episode, say “submitted for your approval.” The storyteller would continue by announcing its title (The Tale of…).

The themes of the stories usually revolves around a variety of paranormal phenomena, such as demons, ghosts, magic, haunted houses, magical curses, aliens, witches, vampires, werewolves, and the like coming into contact with average youths. Usually, the episodes were either filmed in the woods, in abandoned houses, or in public places like schools or libraries.

Sources of these tales vary in different ways; many were adaptations of public domain fairy tales and short stories or urban legends. For example, the episode “The Tale of the Twisted Claw” is an adaptation of W.W. Jacobs’ legendary short story “The Monkey’s Paw.”

Sometimes, the stories were inspired by a certain event in the life of the storyteller. In the episode “The Tale of the Crimson Clown,” for instance, Tucker blackmailed his brother Gary with a poem he had found, which Gary had written for Samantha. Gary then told a story in which a naughty younger brother was punished cruelly for his evil deeds. At the end of the episode, Tucker gave the poem back to his brother.

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