First off, the Lavender Town creepypasta is complete BS. Some guy heard the truth and passed it on to another guy and so on, and by the time it hit the public it was different in so many ways to the truth that it was not even remotely damaging to us, so we let it be. Secondly, the recording at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmZN7rbJLoc and several other places on YouTube is similarly complete BS. A tune that scary would simply scare children away from the game and be counterproductive. First off, the *legitimate* original tune (not the tune that is officially claimed by Nintendo today to be the original) is located at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jy3U1t7w-dk. You can't really hear much of a difference from the "publicly known" original, and it doesn't sound that creepy. That's exactly why we chose it, though. Our intentions were to implement binaural beats that would subtly stay in children's minds for years - and allow us to control their minds in any way we wished. Being a corporation, we usually used this mind control to instigate urges to buy more Nintendo games, but there were a few times when the process was used for very different purposes. These experiments caused children to engage in bizarre and sometimes life-threatening behaviors, such as standing on a windowsill or attempting to juggle knives. This resulted in a number of what were thought to be completely accidental suicides. However, the number was closer to ten or twenty than the two hundred mentioned in the creepypasta. Shortly afterward, a new project director took charge, declared the mind control an "abomination", and ordered all remaining copies of the original theme destroyed. However, several employees secretly kept copies for themselves, including the one who uploaded the theme shown above.
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