The moment has come for Shadyside, Ohio’s hidden mysteries to be disclosed. However, there is a surprise in Netflix’s chilling “Fear Street” trilogy’s conclusion. “Fear Street: 1994” and “Fear Street: 1978,” which were released three weeks apart, lay the framework for the curses and clues that pay off in “Fear Street:1666.” We’ve compiled all of the crucial answers from “Fear Street: 1666” that will finally put to rest the lingering questions from its predecessors. The trilogy’s major reward is that Sheriff Nick Goode (Ashley Zukerman) and the whole Goode family line — not Sarah Fier — are responsible for forging and upholding the long-standing pact with the devil. In reality, the Fier shown in the beg is the same Fier that appears in the beg. IMDB
After Pastor Miller (Michael Chandler) got possessed and gouged out the children’s eyes, Thomas (McCabe Slye) rallies the village to accuse Sarah Fier of lying with the devil and enchanting Miller’s daughter into a kiss. Solomon Goode (Zukerman) is the actual demonic ally, who pretends to be Fier’s ally until she finds that Sheriff Goode’s ancestor struck the pact with the devil in exchange for generational power. While all of Shadyside was cursed, his pact assured that he and his whole lineage would retain the greatest offices, such as mayor and sheriff. Goode strikes a bargain with a number of devils.