Ghost Story by Andrew Wrangell

Let me tell you a tale. A spine-chilling, hair-raising, bloodcurdling kind. This, my friends, is my Ghost Story.
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I absolutely love horror movies, I’ve watched so many of them so I guess I unconsciously pulled a bunch of tropes together for the story! The music has a very Danny Elfman vibe, but I’ve also pulled on influences from Nightwish, Two Steps From Hell, the Medievil Resurrection soundtrack, John Williams and the Death Note anime soundtrack. Hopefully ghosts aren’t too scary for you~

I wanted to put out something for Halloween, and my patrons voted for this over a piano cover of something from the Two Steps From Hell Halloween album. The latter probably would have been far easier and quicker however I had a lot of fun making this! I really hope that you enjoy it too. I really enjoyed creating the atmosphere in the story and music and tying it all together in the video.

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Orchestral samples: East West Composer Cloud


40 thoughts on “Ghost Story by Andrew Wrangell

  1. its awesome .. i love reading and listening ghost story and end up screaming in the midnight seeing my own image in the mirrorπŸ˜‚πŸ€£thats the level of my imagination after reading horror storiesπŸ€£πŸ˜‚

  2. Absolutely loved it! This type of music is the best. I can close my eyes and imagine something. It can create a story just by listening to it. Danny Elfman is one of my favorite composers, and Edward Scissorhands is my favorite soundtrack. This one has so much in it. It reminds me of Elzevir the Dollmaker theme from Legacy of Kain / Blood Omen game serie. I don’t know, I can close my eyes and see snow falling, then a storm, and a blizzard.

    Thank you for this.

    /thumbs up

  3. My heart beat wildly as the tempo of the music hit pulsating. But what was in the chest never was answered. I imagine that the person trying to escape the basement is now in the chest. And now it is my turn to go down the road to the house. It is my turn to go into the basement. And it is my turn to lift the lid of the chest to peek inside and breath my last breathe.

  4. This is amazing! Getting lots of Harry Potter vibes, along with some classic horror. This music has so much feeling and emotion and it’s the perfect piece for this time of year.

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