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    Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    I remember that I use to collect those books like crazy when I was younger. I have some of their episodes on VHS too. Me and my friend use to look forward to watching Goosebumps every Friday on Fox at 4PM. That was what all the young people were into not long back. Now it has pretty much faded into the history books. I LOVED the cover of #20 "A night in Terror Tower" and "The Coo-Coo Clock of Doom".

    The stories I remember from the Goose bumps books are:

    The Barking Ghost
    Don't Eat Worms
    The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight
    Night of the Living Dummy I, II, III
    Stay out of the Basement
    Deep Trouble
    Attack of the Killer Blob
    Ghost Camp
    One Day at Horrorland
    Ghost Next Door
    The Haunted Mask
    The Warewolf of Fever Swamp
    and of Course the Goosebumps story that started it all, issue #1 "House of Horrors"

    I can go on and on naming the books. Do any of you remember Goosebumps? Did you like them? What story(ies) did you like the most?

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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    I used to collect those and Animorphs! My favorite was the Haunted Mask one.
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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    Now that you mention animaphores I do remember those too.

    I have the haunted mask on VHS and man did that episode scare me when I was young. First I remember a scene where the other haunted masks come out of the shop Carly stole her haunted mask from and they were chasing her or something. The part that really creaped me out though was when her wooden head in the end began to talk.

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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    I voted that I didn't read them, BUT I used to watch the movies with my oldest. He LOVED the goosebumps movies. There was one about an amusement park that he watched over and over. I read a few of them to him though



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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    Quote Originally Posted by dsnylndmom
    I voted that I didn't read them, BUT I used to watch the movies with my oldest. He LOVED the goosebumps movies. There was one about an amusement park that he watched over and over. I read a few of them to him though
    Yeah I know what amusement park show you are talking about. That Goosebumps show was based after the Goosebumps book titled "One Day in Horrorland".

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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    lol, I still have all of my Goosebumps. Great starter books.

    A Night In Terror Tower was totally tops. It was the only one that actually scared me. It was so dark. One Day At Horrorland was really good too. Did they make a movie of that one? I'd LOVED to have seen it.
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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    I have never read the books, but I went on the attraction at sea world and thought it was pretty bad....as far as an attraction goes.

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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    Quote Originally Posted by myka
    lol, I still have all of my Goosebumps. Great starter books.

    A Night In Terror Tower was totally tops. It was the only one that actually scared me. It was so dark. One Day At Horrorland was really good too. Did they make a movie of that one? I'd LOVED to have seen it.
    Yup they made a movie of Horrorland.

    What is the title of the Goosebumps book that had slime that transformed things?

    I remember there were three stories of this mutating slime. One had an image of a big mutated hampster on it, On had a giant foot on it, and I forget what the third one had on it. Does anyone know what I am talking about?

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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    Read it with my boy. Great books.

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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    Heard of them. I better if I'm gonna be a teacher! Never read them though. I do need to start collecting them for my class library.
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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    I never read them, but my little sister loved them. Didn't they make a tv show on nickleodean?
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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cuzco-topia
    I never read them, but my little sister loved them. Didn't they make a tv show on nickleodean?
    Yea, there was a show for a while ... I used to watch it and Are You Afraid Of The Dark?
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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    awww yes the good ol days
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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    Quote Originally Posted by MiceMan
    Yea, there was a show for a while ... I used to watch it and Are You Afraid Of The Dark?
    OMG I watched Are You Afraid of the Dark with my little brother, he LOVED that show!!!

    My son also liked the one with the werewolves in the swamp and the dad that was actually a mutant plant or something like that.



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    Re: Does anyone remember R.L. Stines "Goosebumps"?

    My little brother had them and he wasn't really that into them. As a young teen, I would sometimes find them lying around and it would be a really quick read. I found them entertaining.

    I never watched any of the shows. The scary story show that I remember from my youth was that "Tales From the Crypt" show.
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