History Recap / Goosebumps

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* "Weirdo Halloween": Meg discovers the strange little kid she saved from a bunch of bullies is actually a disgusting alien. Said alien becomes indebted to Meg, even as his people prepare their invasion of Earth. Afterwards, Meg is brought back to Horrorland where she must prove to Jonathan Chiller that she is who she claims to be.

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* "Weirdo Halloween": Meg discovers learns the strange weird little kid she saved from on her way to a bunch of bullies Halloween party is actually a disgusting alien. Said alien becomes indebted who now wants to Meg, even as his people prepare their invasion be her loyal slave. But the alien's disgusting and destructive habits drive Meg crazy, and her attempts to get rid of Earth. Afterwards, him instigate a destructive rampage. Later, Meg is brought back to Horrorland by Jonathan Chiller, and is forced to play a game where she must prove to Jonathan Chiller that she is who she claims to be.be. As Meg will learn, the only thing scarier than Horrorland, is Horrorland on Halloween!



* "Slappy New Year": Ray and his brother Brandon survive a terrifying trip through a hall of mirrors and find themselves hiding in Chiller House. Brandon gets scared by Slappy the Dummy, so Ray decides to buy the dummy. As strange things occur in Ray's home, Ray wonders if Slappy is alive or if someone is trying to frame him.

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* "Slappy New Year": Ray and his brother Brandon survive a terrifying trip through a hall of mirrors and find themselves hiding in Chiller House. Brandon gets scared by House, where Ray purchases Slappy the Dummy, so Dummy. As Ray decides to buy prepares for his New Year's party, he must figure out if the dummy. As strange things occur random acts of destruction occurring in Ray's home, Ray wonders if Slappy is alive or if someone is trying to frame him.his home are the work of the devious dummy.
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[[folder:Tales To Give You Goosebumps]]
* '''Tales To Give You Goosebumps'''
** ''The House of No Return'': A group of asshole kids try to find a new member for their club, with the initiation being they must spend half an hour in a haunted house.
** ''Teacher's Pet'': The new science teacher has more of a connection to the class animals than his students think.
** ''Strained Peas'': A boy's parents bring home a baby girl with a monstrous appetite.
** ''Strangers In The Woods'': Vacationing on her great aunt's farm, a girl notices some subtle changes in her aunt's behavior and thinks they're connected to the weird lights in the woods.
** ''Good Friends'': A boy takes his frustrations out from his older brother's bullying by pranking his best friend's little sister.
** ''How I Won My Bat'': A baseball player will do anything to keep a magic bat.
** ''Mr. Teddy'': A girl obsessed with collecting fears her new teddy bear might be evil when her belongings are destroyed.
** ''Click'': Too much TV can be bad for you, especially for a boy who buys a universal remote that really is universal.
** ''Broken Dolls'': A girl rushes to save her brother from the clutches of a witch trying to turn him into a doll.
** ''A Vampire In The Neighborhood'': A group of kids become determined to prove the new girl in class is a vampire.
* '''More Tales To Give You Goosebumps'''
** ''The Werewolf's First Night'': A boy fears the resort village he's staying at might have a werewolf problem.
** ''P.S. Don't Write Back'': At camp, a boy's shocked by the disturbing letters his parents are sending.
** ''Something Fishy'': Trying to beat the heat, a boy finds a way to shrink inside his fish tank.
** ''You Gotta Believe Me!'': No one believes a kid who stopped an alien invasion.
** ''Suckers!'': Vacationing on an island, siblings and their cousin are tormented by two bullies and a blob creature with a taste for gummy worms and human flesh.
** ''Dr. Horror's House of Video'': A horror movie fan gets a part in a local director's latest blockbuster.
** ''The Cat's Tale'': A girl's new cat is possessive in more ways than one.
** ''Shell Shocker'': A greedy girl is led to the location of the biggest shell in the world.
** ''Poison Ivy'': A summer camp is infested by a patch of poison ivy with a mind of its own.
** ''The Spirit of the Harvest Moon'': An isolated mountain lodge is haunted by a ghost that steals a new body every year.
* '''Even More Tales To Give You Goosebumps'''
** ''The Chalk Closet'': Kids who fail a creepy teacher's summer class start to disappear.
** ''Home Sweet Home'': A girl is stalked by an elderly witch who can turn into a spider.
** ''Don't Wake Mummy'': A boy's father brings his work home with him. That is, he brings home a sarcophagus with a restless mummy.
** ''I'm Telling!'': A gargoyle statue creates a liquid that turns things to stone, which a boy finds out only after his sister gets petrified.
** ''The Haunted House Game'': On a dark and stormy night, a group of siblings play a ''very'' realistic haunted house board game.
** ''Change for the Strange'': A girl buys a snakeskin jacket from a new clothing store, and realizes the saying "The clothes make the man" is too true when she grows scales and a forked tongue.
** ''The Perfect School'': A sinister boarding school goes to extreme lengths to give parents well-behaved children.
** ''For The Birds'': The OnlySaneMan daughter of a family of bird enthusiasts thinks she's going cuckoo at a bird-themed hotel.
** ''Aliens in the Garden'': Kids try to protect a tiny space ship from a couple of bullies.
** ''The Thumbprint of Doom'': A superstitious girl's repeated warnings start to annoy her new friends.
* '''Still More Tales To Give You Goosebumps'''
** ''Pumpkin Juice'': A strange recipe turns a couple of boys into monsters.
** ''Attack of the Tattoo'': An innocuous tattoo found at the bottom of a girl's treat bag comes to life and torments her.
** ''The Wish'': A boy's wish to be an only child might have turned him into ''the'' only child.
** ''An Old Story'': Siblings being watched by their strange aunt discover she's a witch planning to turn them into old men.
** ''The Scarecrow'': A mysterious scarecrow delivers a plague on those who've stripped it down.
** ''Awesome Ants'': A science project spirals horribly out of control when ants grow too big for their display.
** ''Please Don't Feed the Bears'': A teddy bear amusement park doesn't sound scary, until a girl realizes the employees aren't wearing costumes...
** ''The Goblin's Glare'': An artist creates a goblin decoration for Halloween, but said decoration starts to haunt his dreams.
** ''Bats About Bats'': The new girl in the neighborhood has an affinity for bats, but her friends don't realize how deep her devotion truly is.
** ''The Space Suit Snatcher'': An alien enthusiast acquires a suit said to belong to an actual alien, but it looks like the previous owner wants it back.
* '''More and More Tales To Give You Goosebumps'''
** ''The Haunted Guitar'': A lazy kid learns they're no shortcuts to stardom when he strikes a deal with the ghost of a blues musician.
** ''Tune in Tomorrow'': A girl fears for her life when a new TV show seems to predict the awful things around her.
** ''Live Bait'': A boy's phobia of fish might be validated when he's eaten alive.
** ''Something Strange About Marci'': A sinister new girl may have deadly plans in store for the main character.
** ''The Ghost Sitter'': Brothers are asked to house sit for their next door neighbors. Unfortunately, said house is supposedly haunted.
** ''Fun With Spelling'': A girl abuses a spell book for petty revenge.
** ''Matt's Lunch Box'': A gaggle of tiny monsters live inside a boy's new lunch box, and threaten to eat him if he doesn't keep them fed.
** ''Stuck in 1957'': A pair of glasses transports a girl to a world where she lives in 1957, but doesn't provide a way back.
** ''Mirror Mirror on the Wall'': A vain girl's reflection decides she's had enough and tries to take control.
** ''What's Cooking?'': On the first day of summer school, a boy and girl accidentally unleash the ghost of a murderous lunch lady.
* '''More & More & More Tales To Give You Goosebumps'''
** ''Don't Sit on the Gronk'': A boy receives a strange pet as a Christmas gift, and doesn't follow the instructions on taking care of it.
** ''Nutcracker Nightmare'': Sam's old babysitter gives her a lesson about boredom when she slows the passage of time during a rendition of "The Nutcracker."
** ''The Ice Vampire'': Two boys battle a heat-draining vampire carved from ice.
** ''A Holly Jolly Holiday'': A magic tape transforms a family and their dog into versions of the main character from the worst Christmas movie ever made.
** ''Why I Hate Jack Frost'': A boy's acquisition of a kitsch Christmas ornament brings on a series of snow-themed dreams that quickly become nightmares.
** ''Marshmallow Surprise'': An elderly neighbor repays a group of siblings with some special hot chocolate guaranteed to live up to its name.
** ''Monster on the Ice'': A pair of skates brings out the beast inside a hockey player.
** ''The Double Dip Horror'': Twin sisters pull the old switcheroo at a ski lodge, but their plan to prank an annoying little boy turns out to be more dangerous than they believed.
** ''Santa's Helpers'': Older siblings cruelly tell their little sister she's not related to them, but must rely on her help when they're mistaken for escaped elves.
** ''Attack of the Christmas Present'': A boy trades Christmas gifts with his older brother, then wishes he hadn't when his new action figure begins stalking him.
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* "Monster Blood for Breakfast": Matt Daniels cannot stand his next door neighbor Bradley, especially when Bradley uses Matt's computer to order Monster Blood which Matt accidentally eats for breakfast.
* "The Scream of the Haunted Mask": Carly-Beth Caldwell has tried to hide the Haunted Mask in order to prevent it from finding a new host, but didn't expect that she would meet the mask's previous owner. And they'll do whatever it takes to get the mask back.
* "Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz": Robby Schwartz is a young artist who publishes his own web comic about an insane supervillain named Dr. Maniac, but the lines between reality and fiction blur when Robby's best friend claims that Dr. Maniac just kidnapped Robby's little brother.
* "Who's Your Mummy?": Abby and her brother learn that their grandmother is seriously ill, so they must stay with their uncle while she undergoes tests at the hospital. Only Abby and Peter end up caught in a game of identity theft in a house full of undead mummies begging to die for good.
* "My Friends Call Me Monster" (a.k.a "They Call Me Monster"): Michael Monroe only wanted to pull a prank on his teacher, and discovered that she's the figurehead for an alien invasion when he finds her trying to hatch a gigantic egg.
* "Say Cheese and Die Screaming": Julie Martin becomes the owner of an evil camera that bestows cruel, horrible fates on those it takes pictures of, and must figure out a way to circumvent the camera's power before she plummets to her death.

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* "Monster Blood for Breakfast": Matt Daniels cannot stand his next door neighbor Bradley, especially when Bradley because he always uses Matt's computer to order things without his permission. After Bradley orders Monster Blood which Matt on Matt's computer, Matt's attempt at revenge backfires when he accidentally eats some of the living goo for breakfast.
* "The Scream of the Haunted Mask": Carly-Beth Carly Beth Caldwell has tried to hide the Haunted Mask in order to prevent it from finding a new host, but didn't expect that she would meet the mask's previous owner. And they'll do whatever it takes to get the mask back.
* "Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz": Robby Schwartz is a young artist who publishes his own web comic about an insane supervillain named Dr. Maniac, but the lines between reality and fiction blur when Robby's best friend claims that Dr. Maniac just kidnapped Robby's little brother.
* "Who's Your Mummy?": Abby and her brother Peter learn that their grandmother is seriously ill, so they must ill and are sent to stay with their estranged uncle while she undergoes tests at the hospital. Only Abby and Peter end up get caught in a game of identity theft in a house full of undead mummies begging who aren't allowed to die for good.
die.
* "My Friends Call Me Monster" (a.k.a "They Call Me Monster"): Michael Monroe Munroe only wanted to pull a prank on his teacher, and but discovered that she's the figurehead front man for an alien invasion when he finds sees her trying to hatch a gigantic egg.
* "Say Cheese and Die Screaming": Julie Martin becomes the owner of an evil camera that bestows cruel, horrible fates on those it takes pictures of, and must figure out a way to circumvent beat the camera's power before she plummets to her death.



* "When The Ghost Dog Howls": After being stalked by ghouls in Horrorland, Andy returns home with a souvenir from Chiller House, a gift shop operated by a strange old man named Jonathan Chiller. Andy purchases a dog tooth with the power to grant unlimited wishes, but each wish acts as a beacon to the tooth's original owner, a ghostly hound hellbent on destroying everything in its path.
* "Little Shop of Hamsters": Sam is almost eaten alive at Horrorland, but survives the encounter and returns home with a souvenir from Chiller House. But said souvenir might be responsible for the horrible changes occurring in the pet store Sam works at.
* "Heads, You Lose": Jessica receives a special TwoHeadedCoin from Jonathan Chiller, which he promises will let her win any and every bet the coin is used for. But the coin also takes Jessica back in time to meet its original owner, a prince who is missing his head.

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* "When The Ghost Dog Howls": After being stalked by clowns and ghouls in Horrorland, Andy returns home with a souvenir from Chiller House, a gift shop operated by a strange old man named Jonathan Chiller. Andy purchases a dog tooth with the power to grant unlimited wishes, but each wish acts as a beacon to the tooth's original owner, a ghostly hound hellbent on destroying everything in its path.
* "Little Shop of Hamsters": Sam is almost eaten alive at Horrorland, but survives the encounter and returns home with acquires a souvenir from Chiller House. But said souvenir might be responsible for the horrible changes occurring in the pet store Sam works at.
* "Heads, You Lose": Jessica receives a special TwoHeadedCoin from Jonathan Chiller, which he promises will let her win any and every bet the coin is used for. But the coin also takes Jessica back in time to meet its original owner, a prince who is missing his head. The blame gets pinned on Jessica, and suddenly she's in danger of losing her own head unless she can prove her innocence.



* "The Wizard of Ooze": Marco discovers a limited edition graphic novel about his favorite comic book character, the Ooze, at Chiller House. It even comes with instructions on how to develop his own superpowers, which will come in handy when he learns the Ooze is real, and is one of a few unsavory characters who want the book for themselves.
* "Slappy New Year": Ray becomes the latest unlucky owner of Slappy the Dummy, and this time Slappy plans to turn himself human when the clock ushers in the new year.

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* "The Wizard of Ooze": After being forced to participate in a strange game of tug-of-war, Marco discovers purchases a limited edition graphic novel about the Ooze, his favorite comic book character, the Ooze, at supervillain, from Chiller House. It The book even comes with instructions on how to develop his own get superpowers, which will come in handy be a great help when he Marco learns the Ooze is real, real and is one of a few unsavory characters who want wants the book for themselves.
comic back.
* "Slappy New Year": Ray becomes the latest unlucky owner and his brother Brandon survive a terrifying trip through a hall of mirrors and find themselves hiding in Chiller House. Brandon gets scared by Slappy the Dummy, and this time so Ray decides to buy the dummy. As strange things occur in Ray's home, Ray wonders if Slappy plans is alive or if someone is trying to turn himself human when the clock ushers in the new year.frame him.



* "Claws!": Mickey and Amanda are asked to watch a cat for their neighbors, but the cat escapes and is killed in the street. Luckily, the kids find an uncanny lookalike, but are now being stalked by dozens of angry, vicious cats in the process.

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* "Claws!": Mickey and Amanda are asked to watch a cat for their neighbors, neighbors' cat Bella, but the cat escapes Bella gets loose and is killed in the street. run over by a car. Luckily, the kids find an uncanny lookalike, lookalike in a store called Cat Heaven, but are Mickey is now being stalked by dozens of angry, vicious cats in the process.



* "Wanted: The Haunted Mask":
* "Planet of the Lawn Gnomes":
* "Son of Slappy":
* "How I Met My Monster":
* "Frankenstein's Dog":
* "Dr. Maniac Will See You Now":
* "Creature Teacher: The Final Exam":
* "A Nightmare on Clown Street":
* "Night of the Puppet People":
* "Here Comes the Shaggedy":

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* "Wanted: The Haunted Mask":
Mask": In a two-part story, a new girl gains ownership of the Haunted Mask and a boy is driven crazy on a haunted pumpkin farm.
* "Planet of the Lawn Gnomes":
Gnomes": A boy's family moves into a neighborhood with sinister looking lawn gnomes in front of every house.
* "Son of Slappy":
Slappy": Slappy's back, and this time he's teaming up with a brand new son to ruin the life of well behaved boy.
* "How I Met My Monster":
Monster": A timid boy befriends the new kid in class, who may or may not be connected to the monster from his nightmares.
* "Frankenstein's Dog":
Dog": A girl believes her mad scientist may have created a canine monstrosity.
* "Dr. Maniac Will See You Now":
Now": Dr. Maniac and his supervillain cohorts once again break into the real world to torment innocent children.
* "Creature Teacher: The Final Exam":
Exam": The disgusting Mrs. Maaargh returns as the head of a boot camp that will turn children into winners by threatening to have her eat them for poor performances.
* "A Nightmare on Clown Street":
Street": Inspired by his uncle, a boy attends a special clown camp featuring the legendary Murder the Clown, but begins hearing rumors about Clown Street, a maximum security prison but specifically for clowns.
* "Night of the Puppet People":
People": Two kids try to conquer their mysterious fear of puppets when a friend discovers some creepy marionettes that might have minds of their own.
* "Here Comes the Shaggedy": After their scientist father moves them from New York City to a dismal little town in Florida, a girl and her little brother learn about the mysterious creatures that live in the swamp near their home.
* "Lizard Of Oz": A girl who loves strange animals orders a special kind of Australian lizard that can mimic the appearance of anything it chooses.



* "Zombie Halloween":
* "The 12 Screams of Christmas":
* "Trick or Trap":
* "The Haunter":

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* "Zombie Halloween":
Halloween": A neighborhood obsessed with zombies and weird new neighbors make for a bizarre Halloween.
* "The 12 Screams of Christmas":
Christmas": So-called friends fight over the lead in a Christmas play about a ghost.
* "Trick or Trap":
Trap": Bullied kids try to set up traps for their tormentors in a haunted house on Halloween, unaware the house itself has plans for them.
* "The Haunter": A boy's endeavor to prove his bravery by spending the night in a haunted house backfires when he gets possessed by a spirit called the Haunter.
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* "Return to Ghost Camp": While on a bus ride to Camp Spirit Moon, Dustin befriends a boy named Ari who suggests that the two switch places, which makes Dustin (as Ari) the most popular kid in the camp -- until he learns that a boy named Ari has been named the camp's newest sacrifice to a forest monster known as "The Snatcher".

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* "Return to Ghost Camp": While on a bus ride to Camp Spirit Full Moon, Dustin befriends a boy named Ari who suggests that the two switch places, which makes Dustin (as Ari) the most popular kid in the camp -- until he learns that a boy named Ari has been named the camp's newest sacrifice to a forest monster known as "The Snatcher".



* "Tales To Give You Goosebumps": The first of six short story collections, including tales about a boy's monstrous baby sister, a group of kids who believe a vampire has moved to their neighborhood, a girl whose brother is turning into a doll, and a boy who acquires a powerful remote.
* "More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": A set of summer themed stories, featuring a boy stopping an alien invasion, a summer camp being overrun by poison ivy, and a girl who discovers the biggest shell in the world.
* "Even More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": In this third set of stories, a boarding school is replacing kids with robots, a gargoyle turns a boy's sister to stone, and a group of kids play the Haunted House Game.
* "Still More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": A set of Halloween stories features a girl who's bats about bats, a boy wishes to become the only child, and a scarecrow brings a plague on a girl's friends.
* "More and More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": This eclectic set of stories introduces a murderous lunch lady coming back from the dead, brothers who're asked to watch a haunted house, and a lunch box that comes with its own monsters.
* "More & More & More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": The final collection of short stories centering around Christmas includes a haunted ski lodge, a pair of siblings who get on Santa's bad side, a heat-draining vampire, and a cursed video tape that transforms viewers into the airhead protagonist of the worst Christmas movie ever.

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* "Tales '''Tales To Give You Goosebumps": Goosebumps'''
** ''The House of No Return'': A group of asshole kids try to find a new member for their club, with the initiation being they must spend half an hour in a haunted house.
** ''Teacher's Pet'':
The first new science teacher has more of six short story collections, including tales about a connection to the class animals than his students think.
** ''Strained Peas'': A
boy's parents bring home a baby girl with a monstrous baby sister, appetite.
** ''Strangers In The Woods'': Vacationing on her great aunt's farm,
a girl notices some subtle changes in her aunt's behavior and thinks they're connected to the weird lights in the woods.
** ''Good Friends'': A boy takes his frustrations out from his older brother's bullying by pranking his best friend's little sister.
** ''How I Won My Bat'': A baseball player will do anything to keep a magic bat.
** ''Mr. Teddy'': A girl obsessed with collecting fears her new teddy bear might be evil when her belongings are destroyed.
** ''Click'': Too much TV can be bad for you, especially for a boy who buys a universal remote that really is universal.
** ''Broken Dolls'': A girl rushes to save her brother from the clutches of a witch trying to turn him into a doll.
** ''A Vampire In The Neighborhood'': A
group of kids who believe a vampire has moved become determined to their neighborhood, a prove the new girl whose brother in class is turning into a doll, and a boy who acquires a powerful remote.
vampire.
* "More '''More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": Goosebumps'''
** ''The Werewolf's First Night'':
A set of summer themed stories, featuring boy fears the resort village he's staying at might have a werewolf problem.
** ''P.S. Don't Write Back'': At camp, a boy's shocked by the disturbing letters his parents are sending.
** ''Something Fishy'': Trying to beat the heat,
a boy stopping finds a way to shrink inside his fish tank.
** ''You Gotta Believe Me!'': No one believes a kid who stopped
an alien invasion, a summer camp being overrun invasion.
** ''Suckers!'': Vacationing on an island, siblings and their cousin are tormented
by poison ivy, two bullies and a blob creature with a taste for gummy worms and human flesh.
** ''Dr. Horror's House of Video'': A horror movie fan gets a part in a local director's latest blockbuster.
** ''The Cat's Tale'': A girl's new cat is possessive in more ways than one.
** ''Shell Shocker'': A greedy
girl who discovers is led to the location of the biggest shell in the world.
** ''Poison Ivy'': A summer camp is infested by a patch of poison ivy with a mind of its own.
** ''The Spirit of the Harvest Moon'': An isolated mountain lodge is haunted by a ghost that steals a new body every year.
* "Even '''Even More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": In this third set Goosebumps'''
** ''The Chalk Closet'': Kids who fail a creepy teacher's summer class start to disappear.
** ''Home Sweet Home'': A girl is stalked by an elderly witch who can turn into a spider.
** ''Don't Wake Mummy'': A boy's father brings his work home with him. That is, he brings home a sarcophagus with a restless mummy.
** ''I'm Telling!'': A gargoyle statue creates a liquid that turns things to stone, which a boy finds out only after his sister gets petrified.
** ''The Haunted House Game'': On a dark and stormy night, a group
of stories, siblings play a ''very'' realistic haunted house board game.
** ''Change for the Strange'': A girl buys a snakeskin jacket from a new clothing store, and realizes the saying "The clothes make the man" is too true when she grows scales and a forked tongue.
** ''The Perfect School'': A sinister
boarding school is replacing kids with robots, a gargoyle turns a boy's sister goes to stone, and a group extreme lengths to give parents well-behaved children.
** ''For The Birds'': The OnlySaneMan daughter
of kids play a family of bird enthusiasts thinks she's going cuckoo at a bird-themed hotel.
** ''Aliens in
the Haunted House Game.
Garden'': Kids try to protect a tiny space ship from a couple of bullies.
** ''The Thumbprint of Doom'': A superstitious girl's repeated warnings start to annoy her new friends.
* "Still '''Still More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": Goosebumps'''
** ''Pumpkin Juice'':
A set strange recipe turns a couple of Halloween stories features a girl who's bats about bats, a boy wishes to become boys into monsters.
** ''Attack of
the only child, and a scarecrow brings a plague on Tattoo'': An innocuous tattoo found at the bottom of a girl's friends.
treat bag comes to life and torments her.
** ''The Wish'': A boy's wish to be an only child might have turned him into ''the'' only child.
** ''An Old Story'': Siblings being watched by their strange aunt discover she's a witch planning to turn them into old men.
** ''The Scarecrow'': A mysterious scarecrow delivers a plague on those who've stripped it down.
** ''Awesome Ants'': A science project spirals horribly out of control when ants grow too big for their display.
** ''Please Don't Feed the Bears'': A teddy bear amusement park doesn't sound scary, until a girl realizes the employees aren't wearing costumes...
** ''The Goblin's Glare'': An artist creates a goblin decoration for Halloween, but said decoration starts to haunt his dreams.
** ''Bats About Bats'': The new girl in the neighborhood has an affinity for bats, but her friends don't realize how deep her devotion truly is.
** ''The Space Suit Snatcher'': An alien enthusiast acquires a suit said to belong to an actual alien, but it looks like the previous owner wants it back.
* "More '''More and More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": This eclectic set Goosebumps'''
** ''The Haunted Guitar'': A lazy kid learns they're no shortcuts to stardom when he strikes a deal with the ghost
of stories introduces a blues musician.
** ''Tune in Tomorrow'': A girl fears for her life when a new TV show seems to predict the awful things around her.
** ''Live Bait'': A boy's phobia of fish might be validated when he's eaten alive.
** ''Something Strange About Marci'': A sinister new girl may have deadly plans in store for the main character.
** ''The Ghost Sitter'': Brothers are asked to house sit for their next door neighbors. Unfortunately, said house is supposedly haunted.
** ''Fun With Spelling'': A girl abuses a spell book for petty revenge.
** ''Matt's Lunch Box'': A gaggle of tiny monsters live inside a boy's new lunch box, and threaten to eat him if he doesn't keep them fed.
** ''Stuck in 1957'': A pair of glasses transports a girl to a world where she lives in 1957, but doesn't provide a way back.
** ''Mirror Mirror on the Wall'': A vain girl's reflection decides she's had enough and tries to take control.
** ''What's Cooking?'': On the first day of summer school, a boy and girl accidentally unleash the ghost of
a murderous lunch lady coming back from the dead, brothers who're asked to watch a haunted house, and a lunch box that comes with its own monsters.
lady.
* "More '''More & More & More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": The final collection of short stories centering around Goosebumps'''
** ''Don't Sit on the Gronk'': A boy receives a strange pet as a
Christmas includes a haunted ski lodge, a pair gift, and doesn't follow the instructions on taking care of siblings who get on Santa's bad side, it.
** ''Nutcracker Nightmare'': Sam's old babysitter gives her a lesson about boredom when she slows the passage of time during a rendition of "The Nutcracker."
** ''The Ice Vampire'': Two boys battle
a heat-draining vampire, and a cursed video vampire carved from ice.
** ''A Holly Jolly Holiday'': A magic
tape that transforms viewers a family and their dog into versions of the airhead protagonist of main character from the worst Christmas movie ever.ever made.
** ''Why I Hate Jack Frost'': A boy's acquisition of a kitsch Christmas ornament brings on a series of snow-themed dreams that quickly become nightmares.
** ''Marshmallow Surprise'': An elderly neighbor repays a group of siblings with some special hot chocolate guaranteed to live up to its name.
** ''Monster on the Ice'': A pair of skates brings out the beast inside a hockey player.
** ''The Double Dip Horror'': Twin sisters pull the old switcheroo at a ski lodge, but their plan to prank an annoying little boy turns out to be more dangerous than they believed.
** ''Santa's Helpers'': Older siblings cruelly tell their little sister she's not related to them, but must rely on her help when they're mistaken for escaped elves.
** ''Attack of the Christmas Present'': A boy trades Christmas gifts with his older brother, then wishes he hadn't when his new action figure begins stalking him.
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[[folder:Tales To Give You Goosebumps]]
* "Tales To Give You Goosebumps": The first of six short story collections, including tales about a boy's monstrous baby sister, a group of kids who believe a vampire has moved to their neighborhood, a girl whose brother is turning into a doll, and a boy who acquires a powerful remote.
* "More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": A set of summer themed stories, featuring a boy stopping an alien invasion, a summer camp being overrun by poison ivy, and a girl who discovers the biggest shell in the world.
* "Even More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": In this third set of stories, a boarding school is replacing kids with robots, a gargoyle turns a boy's sister to stone, and a group of kids play the Haunted House Game.
* "Still More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": A set of Halloween stories features a girl who's bats about bats, a boy wishes to become the only child, and a scarecrow brings a plague on a girl's friends.
* "More and More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": This eclectic set of stories introduces a murderous lunch lady coming back from the dead, brothers who're asked to watch a haunted house, and a lunch box that comes with its own monsters.
* "More & More & More Tales To Give You Goosebumps": The final collection of short stories centering around Christmas includes a haunted ski lodge, a pair of siblings who get on Santa's bad side, a heat-draining vampire, and a cursed video tape that transforms viewers into the airhead protagonist of the worst Christmas movie ever.
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* '''"Welcome to Dead House"''': Amanda and Josh Benson move into a new house in Dark Falls, where the residents are all zombies who have died while living in the same house and are preparing to make the Benson family one of them[[note]]In the TV adaptation, the people of Dark Falls, except for the Benson family, have been zombified after a chemistry plant accident. The house is a red herring[[/note]]
* '''"Stay Out of the Basement"''': Margaret and Casey Brewer are worried that their botantist father (who was recently fired) may be performing dubious experiments in the basement -- and things get complicated when a man who's been tied up in the closet claims that he's the kids' real father and that the man they call Dad is a half-man, half-plant who stole his identity.
* '''"Monster Blood"''': While staying at his aunt's house, Evan Ross befriends a girl named Andy (short for Andrea), who talks him into buying a novelty green slime called Monster Blood, which consumes everything in its path and turns Evan's pet dog into a giant pooch.[[note]]the TV version includes a sequel called "More Monster Blood" that takes place on a plane and isn't like the other ''Monster Blood'' stories listed here[[/note]]

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* '''"Welcome to Dead House"''': Amanda and Josh Benson move into a new house in Dark Falls, where the residents are all zombies who have died while living in the same house from a chemical spill and are preparing to make the Benson family one of them[[note]]In the TV adaptation, the periodically arrange for new people of Dark Falls, except for to move to town so they can take their blood; the Benson family, have been zombified after a chemistry plant accident. The house "Dead House" is a red herring[[/note]]
where new residents live until they become zombies as well.
* '''"Stay Out of the Basement"''': Margaret and Casey Brewer are worried that their botantist botanist father (who was recently fired) may be performing dubious experiments in the basement -- and things get complicated when a man who's been tied up in the closet claims that he's the kids' real father and that the man they call Dad is a half-man, half-plant who stole his identity.
* '''"Monster Blood"''': While staying at his aunt's house, Evan Ross befriends a girl named Andy (short for Andrea), who talks him into buying a novelty green slime called Monster Blood, which consumes everything in its path and turns Evan's pet dog into a giant pooch.[[note]]the TV version includes a an original sequel called "More Monster Blood" that Blood", which takes place on a plane and isn't like the other is not adapted from any existing ''Monster Blood'' stories listed here[[/note]]book.[[/note]]



* "The Abominable Snowman of Pasedena": Jordan and Nicole Blake are sick of living in California, especially during the winter months, where most kids in other states get to enjoy snow. The two get their wish when their father is assigned to travel to Alaska to find the Abominable Snowman, but trouble ensues when the Abominable Snowman and his snow, which, when thrown, can turn anything into ice, are brought back to California.

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* "The Abominable Snowman of Pasedena": Pasadena": Jordan and Nicole Blake are sick of living in California, especially during the winter months, where most kids in other states get to enjoy snow. The two get their wish when their father is assigned to travel to Alaska to find the Abominable Snowman, but trouble ensues when the Abominable Snowman and his snow, which, when thrown, can turn anything into ice, are brought back to California.


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* "The Horror at Camp Jellyjam": While on a road trip with their parents, Elliot and his sister Wendy get inside their parents' trailer and crash into a sports camp called King Jellyjam's Sports Camp. The two decide to stay and participate in the activities until their parents can come for them, but while Elliot is enjoying the competitive spirit, Wendy finds it all too bizarre -- especially since the winners end up missing, the counselors seem a bit too cheery, the camp has a bizarre mascot that is pictured everywhere, everyone is disappointed in Wendy over not sharing their obsessive competitive spirit, and the ground begins to shake at night.
* '''"Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes"''': Joe Burton's dad buys two garden gnomes for their already-tacky front lawn, but Joe and his sister Mindy discover that the lawn gnomes are alive and cause destruction at night.

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* "The Horror at Camp Jellyjam": While on a road trip with their parents, Elliot and his sister Wendy get inside their parents' trailer trailer, which accidentally detaches from the car, and crash into a sports camp called King Jellyjam's Sports Camp. The two decide to stay and participate in the activities until their parents can come for them, but while Elliot is enjoying the competitive spirit, Wendy finds it all too bizarre -- especially since the winners end up missing, the counselors seem a bit too cheery, the camp has a bizarre mascot that is pictured everywhere, everyone is disappointed in Wendy over not sharing their obsessive competitive spirit, and the ground begins to shake at night.
* '''"Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes"''': Joe Burton's dad buys two garden gnomes for their already-tacky front lawn, but Joe and Joe, his sister Mindy and Joe's friend Moose discover that the lawn gnomes are alive and cause destruction at night.



* "Egg Monsters from Mars": During a disastrous Easter egg hunt in the backyard, Dana finds a strange, blue-veined egg and keeps it as a pet, but what's inside makes Dana the target of a mad scientist.
* "The Beasts from the East": Ginger Wald, a former nature camp survivor, and her twin brothers, Nat and Pat, end up lost in the woods, where beaver/bear-like monsters challenge them to a dangerous tag-style forest game. The penalty for losing? Their lives!

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* "Egg Monsters from Mars": During a disastrous Easter egg hunt in the backyard, backyard during his spoiled little sister's birthday party, Dana finds a strange, blue-veined egg and keeps it as a pet, but what's inside makes Dana the target of a mad scientist.
* "The Beasts Beast from the East": Ginger Wald, a former nature camp survivor, and her twin brothers, Nat and Pat, end up lost in the woods, where beaver/bear-like monsters challenge them to a dangerous tag-style forest game. The penalty for losing? Their lives!



* "Ghost Camp": Harry Altman and his brother, Alex go to Camp Spirit Moon, where the campers are wandering spirits who need living humans to escape.

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* "Ghost Camp": Harry Altman and his brother, brother Alex go to Camp Spirit Moon, where the campers are wandering spirits who need living humans to escape.



* '''"Attack of the Jack-O-Lanterns"''': To get payback on two bad kids, Tabitha and Lee, who always ruin her Halloween, Drew Brockman and her friend, Walker, recruit the help of twins, Shane and Shana, to scare Tabitha and Lee, but instead of the twins, two pumpkin-headed monsters appear and force Drew, Walker, Lee, and Tabitha to trick-or-treat all night so they can be fattened up for eating.

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* '''"Attack of the Jack-O-Lanterns"''': To get payback on two bad kids, Tabitha and Lee, who always ruin her Halloween, Drew Brockman and her friend, Walker, recruit the help of twins, Shane and Shana, to scare Tabitha and Lee, but instead of the twins, two pumpkin-headed monsters appear and force Drew, Walker, Lee, and Tabitha to trick-or-treat all night so they can be fattened up for eating.forever.



* '''"Calling All Creeps"''': After getting kicked off the school newspaper club, nerdy loser Ricky Beamer pulls a prank on newspaper head Tasha [=McClain=] by putting a message for "all creeps" to call Tasha after midnight. However, Tasha catches wise and puts Ricky's name in the message instead, leading to Ricky being stalked by lizard creatures (posing as the school's bullies) who need Ricky's help in planting transformation seeds to enslave all of humanity.

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* '''"Calling All Creeps"''': After getting kicked off the school newspaper club, nerdy loser Ricky Beamer pulls a prank on newspaper head Tasha [=McClain=] by putting a message for "all creeps" to call Tasha after midnight. However, Tasha catches wise and puts Ricky's name and phone number in the message instead, leading to Ricky being stalked by lizard creatures (posing as the school's bullies) who need Ricky's help in planting transformation seeds to enslave all of humanity.



* "How I Learned to Fly": In this supernatural, satirical story of love and [[CelebrityIsOverrated the burden of being famous]], Jack Johnson finds a strange book that instructs humans on how to fly so he can one-up his rival, Wilson, and win the heart of his crush, Mia, but when Wilson reveals to Jack that he can fly too, the two boys soon find themselves in the spotlight -- and Jack is unable to enjoy being known as "The Flying Boy" (especially since Wilson is getting more lucrative deals than he is).

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* "How I Learned to Fly": In this supernatural, satirical story of love and [[CelebrityIsOverrated the burden of being famous]], Jack Johnson finds a strange book that instructs humans on how to fly so he can finally one-up his rival, Wilson, and win the heart of his crush, Mia, but when Wilson reveals to Jack that he can fly too, the two boys soon find themselves in the spotlight -- and Jack is unable to enjoy being known as "The Flying Boy" (especially since Wilson is getting more lucrative deals than he is).



* '''"Don't Go To Sleep!"''': Despite his mother's admonitions, Matt Amsterdam spends the night in the empty guest room of his house -- and ends up waking up in a new world with a new identity...and on the run from a police force bent on stopping those who warp reality.

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* '''"Don't Go To Sleep!"''': Despite his mother's admonitions, Matt Amsterdam spends the night in the empty guest room of his house -- and ends up waking up in a new world with a new identity... and on the run from a police force bent on stopping those who warp reality.



* "The Haunted School": During a dance at his new school, Tommy Frazer and his new best friend, Ben, get inside an elevator in search of banner paper and find themselves in a black-and-white world where most of the school's missing class of 1947 now resides thanks to an evil photographer's magic camera while the rest of them have descended into madness and started a cult bent on ridding the world of color.

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* "The Haunted School": During While prepping decorations for a dance at his new school, Tommy Frazer and his new best friend, Ben, get inside an elevator in search of banner paper and find themselves in a black-and-white world where most of the school's missing class of 1947 now resides thanks to an evil photographer's magic camera while the rest of them have descended into madness and started a cult bent on ridding the world of color.
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* '''"Say Cheese and Die"''': Greg Banks and his friends, Shari, Michael, and Bird find a camera in an abandoned house and find a camera that has the power to predict disaster.
* "The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb": Gabe Hassad is spending Christmas vacation in Egypt with his parents, and gets lost in the pyramids with mummies.
* '''"Let's Get Invisible"''': Max and his brother Noah find a mirror in the attic that can turn its users invisible, but the more they use it, the harder it is to return...and when they do return, their personalities get warped.
* "Night of the Living Dummy": In this, the first part of the "Living Dummy" trilogy[[note]]not counting the spin-offs and companion books from other ''Goosebumps''-related series[[/note]], Lindy Powell finds a ventriloquist dummy in the trash and keeps it, prompting her bratty twin sister to get one as well. However, when destructive pranks begin happening, the siblings begin to wonder if their dummies have anything to do with it.

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* '''"Say Cheese and Die"''': Greg Banks and his friends, Shari, Michael, and Bird find a camera in explore an abandoned house and inside it they find a camera that has the power to predict disaster.
* "The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb": Gabe Hassad is spending Christmas vacation in Egypt with his parents, and after they have to take an emergency trip and leave him with his uncle Ben and cousin Sari, gets lost in the pyramids with mummies.
* '''"Let's Get Invisible"''': Max and his brother Noah find a mirror in the attic that can turn its users invisible, but the more they use it, the harder it is to return... and when they do return, their personalities get warped.
* "Night of the Living Dummy": In this, the first part of the "Living Dummy" trilogy[[note]]not counting the spin-offs and companion books from other ''Goosebumps''-related series[[/note]], Lindy Powell finds a ventriloquist dummy in the trash and keeps it, prompting her bratty twin sister Kris to get one as well. However, when destructive pranks begin happening, the siblings begin to wonder if their dummies have anything to do with it.



* '''"The Haunted Mask"''': Sick of being the butt of everyone's practical jokes and appalled that her mother made her a lame duck costume for Halloween, Carly Beth Caldwell decides to buy a mask from a strange costume shop, but the more Carly Beth wears the mask she bought, the more her personality gets warped and the harder it is for the mask to come off her face.

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* '''"The Haunted Mask"''': Sick of being the butt of everyone's practical jokes and appalled that her mother made her a lame duck costume for Halloween, scaredy-cat Carly Beth Caldwell decides to buy a mask from a strange costume shop, but the more Carly Beth wears the mask she bought, the more her personality gets warped and the harder it is for the mask to come off her face.



* '''"The Werewolf of Fever Swamp"''': When a strange dog becomes Grady Tucker's new pet, the entire town suspects the dog of being a werewolf.

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* '''"The Werewolf of Fever Swamp"''': When a strange dog becomes Grady Tucker's new pet, the entire town suspects a series of attacks on animals makes people suspect the dog of being a werewolf.



* '''"Return of the Mummy"''': A year after his previous encounter with the mummy, Gabe flies back to Egypt to attend the grand public opening of the pyramid Uncle Ben was excavating in the last book. Gabe and his cousin soon find themselves trapped in a pyramid and the news reporter they trusted, Nila, soon reveals that she isn't who she seems.

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* '''"Return of the Mummy"''': A year after his previous encounter with the mummy, Gabe flies back to Egypt to attend the grand public opening of the pyramid Uncle Ben was excavating in the last book. Gabe and his cousin Sari soon find themselves trapped in a pyramid and the news reporter they trusted, Nila, soon reveals that she isn't who she seems.



* '''"A Night in Terror Tower"''': Siblings Eddie and Sue are vacationing in London, England, when they become lost in a medieval torture chamber known as Terror Tower and on the run from a hooded executioner -- and things get weirder when they begin losing their money and their memories.

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* '''"A Night in Terror Tower"''': Siblings Eddie and Sue are vacationing in London, England, when they become lost in a medieval torture chamber known as Terror Tower and on the run from a hooded executioner -- and things get weirder when they begin losing their money and their memories.



* "Monster Blood III": In the third installment of the ''Monster Blood'' books, Evan Ross accidentally ingests some of the evil green slime after his nerdy cousin, Kermit, uses it in a chemistry experiment, and turns into a giant.

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* "Monster Blood III": In the third installment of the ''Monster Blood'' books, Evan Ross accidentally ingests some of the evil green slime after his nerdy cousin, Kermit, inadvertently uses it in a chemistry experiment, experiment (the Monster Blood having been slipped into his experiment by Andy as payback for Kermit's trouble making), and turns into a giant.
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* "Heads, You Lose": Jessica receives a special two-headed coin from Jonathan Chiller, which he promises will let her win any and every bet the coin is used for. But the coin also takes Jessica back in time to meet its original owner, a prince who is missing his head.

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* "Heads, You Lose": Jessica receives a special two-headed coin TwoHeadedCoin from Jonathan Chiller, which he promises will let her win any and every bet the coin is used for. But the coin also takes Jessica back in time to meet its original owner, a prince who is missing his head.
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* "Revenge of the Living Dummy":
* "Creep From The Deep":
* "Monster Blood for Breakfast":
* "The Scream of the Haunted Mask":
* "Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz":
* "Who's Your Mummy?":
* "My Friends Call Me Monster" (a.k.a "They Call Me Monster"):
* "Say Cheese and Die Screaming":

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* "Revenge of the Living Dummy":
Dummy": Slappy the Dummy returns to terrorize two young girls, and then follows them to Horrorland where they and several other children will find themselves the targets of an insidious revenge scheme.
* "Creep From The Deep":
Deep": Billy and Sheena Deep return with their uncle Dr. Deep, and this time the Deep Family must fight against a crew of undead pirates trapped in limbo.
* "Monster Blood for Breakfast":
Breakfast": Matt Daniels cannot stand his next door neighbor Bradley, especially when Bradley uses Matt's computer to order Monster Blood which Matt accidentally eats for breakfast.
* "The Scream of the Haunted Mask":
Mask": Carly-Beth Caldwell has tried to hide the Haunted Mask in order to prevent it from finding a new host, but didn't expect that she would meet the mask's previous owner. And they'll do whatever it takes to get the mask back.
* "Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz":
Schwartz": Robby Schwartz is a young artist who publishes his own web comic about an insane supervillain named Dr. Maniac, but the lines between reality and fiction blur when Robby's best friend claims that Dr. Maniac just kidnapped Robby's little brother.
* "Who's Your Mummy?":
Mummy?": Abby and her brother learn that their grandmother is seriously ill, so they must stay with their uncle while she undergoes tests at the hospital. Only Abby and Peter end up caught in a game of identity theft in a house full of undead mummies begging to die for good.
* "My Friends Call Me Monster" (a.k.a "They Call Me Monster"):
Monster"): Michael Monroe only wanted to pull a prank on his teacher, and discovered that she's the figurehead for an alien invasion when he finds her trying to hatch a gigantic egg.
* "Say Cheese and Die Screaming":Screaming": Julie Martin becomes the owner of an evil camera that bestows cruel, horrible fates on those it takes pictures of, and must figure out a way to circumvent the camera's power before she plummets to her death.



* "The Streets of Panic Park":
* "When The Ghost Dog Howls":
* "Little Shop of Hamsters":
* "Heads, You Lose":
* "Weirdo Halloween":
* "The Wizard of Ooze":
* "Slappy New Year":
* "The Horror at Chiller House":

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* "Escape from Horrorland": Lizzy and Luke Morris try to help the Very Special Guests in Horrorland by warning them that Panic Park is a trap, but everyone is convinced the Morrises are actually spies working for the Horrors.
* "The Streets of Panic Park":
Park": The Very Special Guests discover who the real liars are, but must now face their old enemies in Panic Park as well as the true mastermind behind their torment, the Menace.
* "When The Ghost Dog Howls":
Howls": After being stalked by ghouls in Horrorland, Andy returns home with a souvenir from Chiller House, a gift shop operated by a strange old man named Jonathan Chiller. Andy purchases a dog tooth with the power to grant unlimited wishes, but each wish acts as a beacon to the tooth's original owner, a ghostly hound hellbent on destroying everything in its path.
* "Little Shop of Hamsters":
Hamsters": Sam is almost eaten alive at Horrorland, but survives the encounter and returns home with a souvenir from Chiller House. But said souvenir might be responsible for the horrible changes occurring in the pet store Sam works at.
* "Heads, You Lose":
Lose": Jessica receives a special two-headed coin from Jonathan Chiller, which he promises will let her win any and every bet the coin is used for. But the coin also takes Jessica back in time to meet its original owner, a prince who is missing his head.
* "Weirdo Halloween":
Halloween": Meg discovers the strange little kid she saved from a bunch of bullies is actually a disgusting alien. Said alien becomes indebted to Meg, even as his people prepare their invasion of Earth. Afterwards, Meg is brought back to Horrorland where she must prove to Jonathan Chiller that she is who she claims to be.
* "The Wizard of Ooze":
Ooze": Marco discovers a limited edition graphic novel about his favorite comic book character, the Ooze, at Chiller House. It even comes with instructions on how to develop his own superpowers, which will come in handy when he learns the Ooze is real, and is one of a few unsavory characters who want the book for themselves.
* "Slappy New Year":
Year": Ray becomes the latest unlucky owner of Slappy the Dummy, and this time Slappy plans to turn himself human when the clock ushers in the new year.
* "The Horror at Chiller House":House": Six kids took a souvenir from Chiller House, and Jonathan Chiller told them they would pay him back the next time they met. Now the six kids have been brought back to Horrorland against their will, and Chiller wants them to pay for their purchases with their lives.



* "Claws!":

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* "Claws!":"Claws!": Mickey and Amanda are asked to watch a cat for their neighbors, but the cat escapes and is killed in the street. Luckily, the kids find an uncanny lookalike, but are now being stalked by dozens of angry, vicious cats in the process.



* "The Five Masks of Dr. Screem":
* "Why I Quit Zombie School":

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* "The Five Masks of Dr. Screem":
Screem": Monica and her little brother are forced to help a strange woman protect five powerful masks from an evil scientist on Halloween.
* "Why I Quit Zombie School":School": Matt discovers too late that, while everyone at his new school seems strange, he himself is the odd duck out. Why? Because his parents unwittingly enrolled him in a school for the undead, and must figure out a way to stop their upcoming invasion on the living.
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* '''"You Can't Scare Me"''': Two pranksters, Eddie and his best friend Hat, team up to scare a fearless girl named Courtney, but when all of their pranks backfire, they decide to use the local swamp, said to be the cursed burial ground for the town's original settlers who died in a mudslide, to scare her senseless.

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* '''"You Can't Scare Me"''': Two pranksters, Eddie and his best friend friends Hat, Molly and Charlene team up to scare a fearless girl named Courtney, but when all of their pranks backfire, they decide to use the local swamp, said to be the cursed burial ground for the town's original settlers who died in a mudslide, to scare her senseless.
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