History Series / AreYouAfraidOfTheDark

23rd May '17 7:21:03 PM Silvermoon424
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* HumanPet: "The Tale of The Zombie Dice" features a malevolent game shop owner who shrinks people down to just a few inches tall and ships them out to exotic places as pets if they lose his challenge.
15th May '17 3:13:46 PM talltalltree
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* RapidAging: [[spoiler:Mrs. Valenti]] in "The Tale of the Mystical Mirror" [[spoiler:after Cindy smashes her magic mirror.]]
8th May '17 2:58:24 PM RockRaider
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** There's also the monster from "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float". Its first victim was a 10 year-old kid.
27th Apr '17 3:58:00 AM EtherReal
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** It could even mean that [[spoiler: the entire events of the series except for that final scene were just ideas that Gene came up with for the story.]]
27th Apr '17 3:34:42 AM EtherReal
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** "The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors" [[spoiler: are acolytes to a vampire child.]]

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** "The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors" [[spoiler: are acolytes to the servants of a vampire child.]]
27th Apr '17 3:33:56 AM EtherReal
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** "The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors" has a [[spoiler: vampire child.]]

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** "The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors" has a [[spoiler: are acolytes to a vampire child.]]
27th Apr '17 3:24:30 AM EtherReal
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* ArtisticLicense: In "The Tale of Jake and the Leprechaun", Erin is a male banshee. A banshee is an AlwaysFemale creature. The name in Irish (beann sidhe) literally translates as "fairy woman".

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* ArtisticLicense: In "The Tale of Jake and the Leprechaun", Erin is a male banshee. A banshee is an AlwaysFemale creature. The name in Irish (beann sidhe) literally translates as "fairy woman". Erin also doesn't do anything that a banshee does, is [[spoiler: much more malevolent than a banshee]], and has powers that a banshee doesn't. The episode's version of a changeling also isn't what changeling means. It's depicted here as [[spoiler: something that a human is turned into using a magic spell]], when in actual folklore it refers to a faery baby whose parents replace with a kidnapped human baby.
20th Mar '17 11:54:55 PM amphiboly
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** Even the change of membership within the Midnight Society could counts as this. Notwithstanding [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Eric's unexplained departure]], Gary is genuinely somber about David and Kristen moving in Season Three episode "The Tale of the Midnight Ride", and he even goes so far as to dress up in all black as if hosting a memorial service in their honor. However, by Season Five episode "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float", he's much more accepting about Frank leaving because he says that the sadness is counterbalanced by the excitement of getting a new member. This further explains why, with the exception of Tucker, a whole new cast of members came along for the sixth and seventh seasons, as if to carry on the "tradition" of welcoming change.

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** Even the change of membership within the Midnight Society could counts as this. Notwithstanding [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Eric's unexplained departure]], departure]] after Season One, Gary is genuinely somber about David and Kristen moving in Season Three episode "The Tale of the Midnight Ride", and he even goes so far as to dress up in all black black, almost as if he were hosting a memorial service in their honor. However, by Season Five episode "The Tale of the Dead Man's Float", he's much more accepting about Frank leaving because he says that the sadness is counterbalanced by the excitement of getting a new member. This further explains why, with the exception of Tucker, a whole new cast of members came comes along for the sixth and seventh seasons, as if to carry on the a newfound "tradition" of welcoming change.
15th Mar '17 7:39:44 AM jccw227
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* PoorCommunicationKills: The [[spoiler: aliens]] in "The Tale of the Thirteenth Floor" could have saved themselves a lot of trouble if [[spoiler: they had told Karin she was an alien early on instead of waiting until after they were forced to leave the planet]].

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* PoorCommunicationKills: PoorCommunicationKills:
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The [[spoiler: aliens]] in "The Tale of the Thirteenth Floor" could have saved themselves a lot of trouble if [[spoiler: they had told Karin she was an alien early on instead of waiting until after they were forced to leave the planet]].planet]].
** In "The Tale of the Night Nurse", a girl was killed by her nurse after breaking a leg from a fall down the stairs. The story goes that she injected her with poison, but the nurse swore she was innocent until she died in prison. [[spoiler: Turns out that the nurse was actually innocent and had actually given her a penicillin shot, not knowing that she was allergic. She didn't know because the girl dropped her medical bracelet when she fell.]]
3rd Mar '17 9:13:23 PM Bootlebat
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* EvilOldFolks: The Warden in "The Tale Of The Phone Police".
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