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They're back! It's another spine-tingling, blood-curdling collection of the most frightening tales ever told! Two boys take their little sister out on Halloween night - but they can't believe what she brings home! A doctor is called out on a dark and stormy night to save a sick child - but who (or what) brought the message? A mysterious man suggests two boys go fishing inThey're back! It's another spine-tingling, blood-curdling collection of the most frightening tales ever told! Two boys take their little sister out on Halloween night - but they can't believe what she brings home! A doctor is called out on a dark and stormy night to save a sick child - but who (or what) brought the message? A mysterious man suggests two boys go fishing in a secluded part of the lake - too late, they learn the horrible secret! Tell these terrifying tales at a slumber party, around a campfire, or in a dark room with the wind howling outside. But here's a warning - the scream you hear may be your own!...

Title : The Scariest Stories You've Ever Heard, Part II
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ISBN : 9780874064193
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 96 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Scariest Stories You've Ever Heard, Part II Reviews

  • McCaid Paul
    2019-05-07 05:30

    Love this series of short, scary stories! These are easily some of the spookiest ones I've ever read! Will definitely be keeping these with me through the years! Favorite one's: Terror Trip, The Last Initiation, The Rose Garden, The HitchhikerScariest one: The Last initiation

  • Hannah Garden
    2019-05-03 10:27

    A while back I'd gotten a copy of some other scary stories volume and was like uh I guess these are giving me terrific nostalgic shivers but like not really? But then at one of the million yardsales we just went to in Minnesota Joe picked up THIS and I was like OH BECAUSE I HAD THE WRONG ONE BEFORE and then spent the evening deliciously hooting my way through all the back alleys of my kid-year old creeper self who used to love to lie in bed pretending moths at the windows were fingers. Bloodcurdling.

  • Kaelin O
    2019-05-22 10:15

    3.5 stars. Fun and quick ready, and surprisingly scary (I don't scare easily!). A bunch of these stories were already familiar to me, but a few were new, and pretty creepy for stories geared toward children. Actually, I think these are probably a bit too scary for middle school-aged kids and may be more suitable for young adults. "Terror Trip" and "Trick or Treat" were stand-outs for me. I'd definitely check out the other two books in this series for a short, fun summer read.

  • Pam
    2019-05-01 13:23

    AUTHOR: BURL, KatherineTITLE: The Scariest Stories You've Ever Heard, Part II Date Read: 10/07/13RATING: 4/BGENRE/PUB DATE/PUBLISHER/# OF PGS: Horror/1996/Willowisp Press/94 pgsSERIES/STAND ALONE: #2TIME/PLACE: Any/VariousCHARACTERS: Short StoriesFIRST LINES: A cold wind blew dead leaves past his office window as Dr. Watkins looked out at the darkening October sky.COMMENTS: I received this little book in a Halloween swap & was surprised at how much I did enjoy it. The stories were enjoyable for any age group -- simple & short enough to recall to tell around the campfire.

  • Istiningdyah
    2019-05-03 13:32

    I borrowed this book from openlibrary on an impulse. I thought it would be fun to read scary stories before going to bed. The first few stories are more disturbing rather than scary. Then it gets creepier and creepier. After The Man on the Dock story I decided to stop reading this book because it scared me (I was reading it at 2 AM). I continued reading and finished this book in the morning when the sun shines bright. It was fun but I'm not sure if reading this book before going to sleep is such a good idea.

  • jonnie brewster
    2019-04-26 08:08

    Besides the use of the word 'neat-o' to describe someone, twice, the stories are in fact not the scariest I have read. They are more like retold urban myths. Didn't bother to finish it. It is now in the donate box for the local library. The writing was good, but used typical 1989 cliche words.

  • Christina
    2019-05-24 10:25

    I remember reading this book as a kid, in the late 80's! The stories in this book are better than some of the spooky stories that are written today.....except for the Goosebumps books!

  • Jenny
    2019-05-11 13:08

    17/254 original3 good topic4 fast read4 plot2 opinion

  • Mary
    2019-04-29 13:20

    this book is great. not as great as the first one. but I will always remember the stories from when I was a kid. Truely love these books.

  • PWRL
    2019-05-15 06:11

    SM