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  1. Wolfwood Shasta McNasty

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    When I was little I used to get this package of books (bi monthly maybe) in the mail that was dedicated to monsters. It came with a couple of books, sometimes goosebumps, a magazine about monsters and sometimes a little game or toy. I'm trying to see if there's any trace of it on the internet, but I can't remember the name of the package so I'm wondering if any of you used to get it too.
     
  2. Victarion Iron Captain

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    Goosebumps fanclub stuff? Did it have a purple-haired skeleton with sunglasses for the mascott?
     
  3. Wolfwood Shasta McNasty

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    I'm like 90% sure it wasn't the Goosebumps Fan Club. But I could be wrong.
     
  4. Figs Registered

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    I don't remember that but I do remember going to the liquor store all the time as a kid trying to collect all of the Fright Flick cards.
     
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    I wish that was part of my childhood experience. :csad:
     
  6. CJ Registered

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    I think I know the magazine you're talking about. Was it in black and white? I think I still have an issue in my closet somewhere, I just can't remember the title.

    There was a comic of High-School kids that were vampires & zombies included in the magazine I'm talking about, plus short-stories and the back cover had real-life tombstones with funny names on them.

    Was it called Thrills & Chills?

    Edit: Is this it?

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    I thought Goosebumps was lame. Even when I was 11.

    I read Stephen King and watched X-Files when I was a preteen. I was a hardcore kid.
     
  8. Wolfwood Shasta McNasty

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    Holy crap, that's it! Wow, thanks man, you have no idea how bad that was bothering me today.
     
  9. CJ Registered

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    Heh, no problem. :D
     
  10. actionavenue Action Ave Studios

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    I always stayed up and watched our local "Creature Feature" when I was a kid. They mostly showed cheesy old horror movies, but a few of the classics were thrown in for good measure.
     
  11. KevanG Pragmatic Villain

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    Holy crap. I used to get that magazine too and was trying to remember it thanks to this thread.

    I used to love that thing.
     

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