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For Halloween, R.L. Stine live tweets a creepy, crawly tale

updated 7:14 AM EDT, Wed October 29, 2014
R.L. Stine's "Fear Street" series for teens has always been a favorite with fans, who are pretty attached to the book covers, too. Here are some top covers, according to the <a href='http://www.rlstinefansite.com/' target='_blank'>official R.L. Stine fan forum</a>, along with some of his thoughts on terrifying teenagers. R.L. Stine's "Fear Street" series for teens has always been a favorite with fans, who are pretty attached to the book covers, too. Here are some top covers, according to the official R.L. Stine fan forum, along with some of his thoughts on terrifying teenagers.
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(CNN) -- 'Tis the season for spooky stories and Twitter's no exception.

Author R.L. Stine who has kept kids squealing with fear and delight for decades took to the social media site on Tuesday to regale his followers with a creepy tale.

'Fear Street': R.L. Stine and the return of teen horror

Stine live tweeted the tale that he titled "What's in my Sandwich?"

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