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The Tale of the Shiny Red Bicycle 

Mike Buckley is haunted by the ghost of Ricky Hagerty, his friend who drowned, and his old bike.

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Mike Buckley
Jamieson Boulanger ...
Ben Buckley
Benjamin Shirinian ...
Ricky Hagerty
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Leonard Buckley
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Ruth Buckley
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Mrs. Westwood
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Mike Buckley is haunted by the ghost of Ricky Hagerty, his friend who drowned, and his old bike.

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28 August 1993 (Canada)  »

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A different bicycle was used in each scene, making a total of five. See more »

Quotes

Mike Buckley: Ask me why I'm a great comedian.
Ben Buckley: Why are you a great...
Mike Buckley: Timing!
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Are You Afraid of the Dark? Theme
By Jeffrey Zahn
Arranged and produced by Ray Fabi
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Lost friendships can haunt you for a long time.
4 April 2014 | by (Edinburgh.) – See all my reviews

A good, solid, supernatural tale, this particular episode is all about a boy named Mike Buckley (Matthew Edison) and the visions that haunt him since the death of his friend, Ricky (Benjamin Shirinian). Mike tried to save Ricky, but failed, and he now thinks that perhaps the ghost of his friend is out for revenge.

Directed by David Winning, and written by Cassandra Schafhausen, this may not be anything too unpredictable, but it's a very good mix of thrills and chills. The two main leads do a decent enough job, and there's also a decent performance from young Jamieson Boulanger as the younger brother of Mike.

There's not a lot more I can say about this one. I'm not sure if others will enjoy it as much as I did, but it's a perfect campfire story, which makes it (of course) perfect material for the show.


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