As an insomniac child, I used to stay up late watching TV, even though I knew I'd have to wake up for school at the unholy hour of about 6:30 AM. Being what could be considered as a strange child, I also really enjoyed black and white films, so eventually the remote would guide me to PBS (Channel 13 on Long Island). Since beginning a course of study in animation, I've often thought back about animated works that struck me when I was a strange, insomniac child, and always think of the opening sequence of Mystery. It's an animation inspired by the late Edward Gorey's off-color, often morbid, illustrations. As a strange, insomniac adult, I am posting it to this site.