If you were a big fan of horror, and a bigger fan of not getting a good night's sleep, you probably were all about watching Are You Afraid Of The Dark as a child. A regular staple of early Nickelodeon, Are You Afraid Of The Dark served up spooky stories helmed by The Midnight Society, a collection of some of the most '90s-looking children on television, albeit who all had their own distinct personalities and story telling styles. It's been a while since you've tuned in, I'm sure, but you're probably wondering, is it still scary watching Are You Afraid Of The Dark as as an adult?
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As Halloween approaches, there is no better time to scare yourself silly with a horror movie. One of the most heartwarming gifts a friend ever gave me was a basket of night lights. I had just turned 25, which is decidedly too old to be in need of a night light, let alone a basketful.
It may sound like a childish phobia, but a Toronto study has found that some people never outgrow their fear of the dark, suggesting that adult insomnia could be linked to a deeper, more innate anxiety. For their research, scientists from Ryerson University observed the sleeping habits of a small group of Toronto college students by measuring the blink responses to sudden noise bursts in both brightly lit and dark surroundings. While good sleepers grew accustomed to the noise, poor sleepers who admitted to being afraid of the dark were restless and more easily startled, anticipating the noises and odd bumps in the night.
My 25 year old daughter was visiting from Atlanta and we wanted a fun, edgy tour of Philadelphia! Joe was so knowledgeable and the two hours flew by! We learned some amazing things about the rich and colorful history of the city!
Free for Donors and After Dark Members. Note: The Tactile Dome and some programs have limited capacity and are available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. Things look different after dark.