‘Fear Street Part 3: 1666’: What’s the Origin of the Shadyside Curse?


netflix fear street The movies span decades and kill homicides, but they all focus on one point of origin: The Shadyside Curse. Although the misfortunes of the Ohio city begin as a joke, it quickly becomes clear that something more sinister is keeping Shadyside down. Residents blame Sarah Fear, the Shadyside Witch, but the movies consistently indicate that there’s more at play. Fear Street Part 3: 1666 Revealing who had created the Shadyside Curse in 1666 settled the matter once and for all.

[Spoiler warning: This article contains spoilers for Fear Street Part 3: 1666.]

Was Sarah Fear responsible for the Shadyside curse?

Kiana Madeira as Sarah Fear in ‘Fear Street Part 3: 1666’ | Netflix

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When it comes to solving a mystery, the most obvious answer is usually to ignore. that’s why fear street Fan theories wondered whether Sarah Fear was actually the cause of the Shadyside murders. Fear Street Part 3: 1666 Confirmed the suspicion that Sarah might not be behind the curse. In fact, the film reveals that the Shadyside Witch was merely a convenient scapegoat for the actual killer.

Sarah takes the blame for the Shadyside curse for some reason. The first is that he is romantically involved with Hannah Miller (Olivia Scott Welch), whom his neighbors consider a sinner. It provides the perfect opportunity for the trilogy’s actual villains to lay the blame on Sarah and Hannah — and he does.

Another reason Sarah’s name is associated with the Shadyside murders is because she confesses. In a final attempt to keep Hannah from hanging out with him, Sarah is the master of being the Shadyside Witch. This saves her love, but it results in the curse continuing – if only because no one knows who is really behind it.

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In addition to revealing Sarah’s innocence, Fear Street Part 3: 1666 Shadyside also reveals the true origin of the curse. The person implicating Sarah for the atrocities in 1666 is Solomon Goode (Ashley Zuckerman), the ancestor of Sheriff Nick Goode (played by Ashley Zuckerman).

The third film sees Solomon murdering an elderly woman who lives outside the city and steals her witchcraft book to make a deal with Satan. In exchange for a Shadysider’s soul every few years, Solomon can get everything he wants—as can his descendants, assuming they carry the curse.

The names engraved in the wall beneath the Union (and eventually Camp Nightwing) represent the soul that has been sacrificed. Of course, that sacrifice comes with possession and countless other lives are taken, which makes the deal even more sinister than it originally seemed.

Solomon created the curse and blamed Sarah for everything that followed. However, his heirs continued their work, holding Nick Goode responsible for the murders at Camp Nightwing and for the murders that took place during the present day story.

Sara appears to the characters in three films as she vows to harass Shadyside and Goods until the truth comes out. She tells Solomon, “The truth will be your curse.” “It will follow you for eternity. I will shadow you forever.”

What Happens to the Shadyside Curse in ‘Fear Street Part 3: 1666’?

Kiana Madeira as Dina and Benjamin Flores Jr. as Josh trawling the mall at Shadyside in Fear Street Part 3: 1666.

Kiana Madeira and Benjamin Flores Jr. in Fear Street Part 3: 1666 | Netflix

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Fear Street Part 3: 1666 sees Dinah (Kiana Madeira) and her friends breaking the Shadyside curse once and for all. Given that genocide is linked to the Goods, the only way to end genocide is to kill the person currently controlling it. To do so, the group sets a trap for Sheriff Goode and his dead operatives in Shadyside’s mall.

While things don’t go exactly according to plan, Dinah and Sam eventually manage to kill the Sheriff. In part, this is thanks to some intervention from Sarah, who tells Dinah to let her touch the Devil’s Stone. The distraction provides an opening for the girls to strike. When they do, things return to normal almost immediately, with the Devil’s Stone melting and the undead disappearing into thin air.

With the curse gone and the truth revealed, it looks like Shadyside may be able to take a break from all the tragedy. Sarah Fears can still rest easy that one knows the truth of the Shadyside Curse – although the end-credits scene suggests that this may not be the last curse to haunt the small Ohio town.



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