Scariest Goosebumps BooksWhich Of RL Stines Books Gave You The Most Goosebumps?
The Top Ten
Even though I'm Reading "Let's Get Invisible", this book that I'm gonna read is going to be horrific when I start reading it!
I like this book because I like a lot of scary and adventures books and I think his books are the best things to ever read.
My teacher read this book to my class and now they say that anything paranormal is caused by Mr Dawes. Camp Cold Lake was still scarier though
Best goosebumps book and the first goosebumps book, this will surely give you a thrilling experience and scare you such you won't be able to sleep... SCARIEST GOOSEBUMPS BOOK OF ALL TIME!
Amazing Book! I couldn't sleep for 2 days and I didn't look at the Clock for a few months until I thought it was Safe
It's not that scary. I think every goosebumps book besides my hairiest adventure is scarier.
Very clever and underrated book. Also surprisingly scary! It's almost like an episode of the Twilight Zone. - Bluejay3
One of my favorite books! (even though I did not read it)
I loved the ending and horrible twist in this book this is one of my favourite book
This one freaked me out, and I could not sleep 4 like, week
This was definitely one of the eerie ones, but had a great plot to it.
I only read the series THE SCARIEST PLACE ON EARTH.
First book I ever read... couldn't sleep for a fortnite after that.
So scary I mean wow
Not scary, but the best story ever!
This book was not that scary. It was fantastic though.
People turn inside out in great detail. Goosebumps don't get much scarier than that! - mtndewlord
Disgusting but scary
This sounds scary
Scary and sick
First goosebumps book. End was Damn terrifying for me.
It's a good book but kept me up for a week
I am with you.
Slappy is my favorite Goosebumps monster. This book is so scary that I locked myself in my room for a month.
This wasn't scary! However it is the best goosebumps book.
The first in one I ever read - RoseWeasley
I feel the same
I watched the episode way back in first grade. That's the first time I ever heard about Goosebumps. The scenes with the basement plants and Margaret and Casey entering the basement creeped me out a lot. My friends cried a lot!
This one is the scariest one for me at least
End is so scary
I have no idea how RL Stine wrote this.I couldn’t sleep wonder if he did.
The book was cool.
This is one of those Goosebumps books with everything in it; Skeletens, Giant Praying Mantises, Zombies, Werewolves, Robots...
RL Stine went went crazy with this one and it turned out pretty awesome!
The way he described the snowmen was creepy. I also really like the setting in this one.
This isn't scary at all. I accidentally voted on it. - RalphBob
I couldn't go to sleep!
It was like the blob
When you read this one you feal like the monsters are in your bedroom
This wasn't very scary, but it was awesome!
Oh yah - TriggerTrashKid
This book was not only scary but most iconic book that is ever made. Because of merchandise, spin-offs, games, etc. were everything throught out history.
Being stuck on a jungle island with mad scientists who want to kill you and shrink your head! Can't get much scarier than that!
I haven't read this one but it should be #1 two of my friends read this and said a kid went into in attic and saw a piano teacher playing piano and her skin peeled off quickly
The cover reminds me of lets get invisible and my invisible friend
It's the best book ever
This should be number 1, I had nightmares as a kid when I read this. I even slept with the light on.
I know all goosebumps series are jokes. But if I should choose one this would be it. By far(in my opinion) this is the best effort Stine has made into his life as a writer.
I borrowed the book from the library and I read it. As a kid, I was pretty freaked out by the ghost kids and the ghost in the cave. Even though it gave me nightmares(no joking) I still loved the plot and the book Vote for this
This one freaked me out like, a ghost is going to kill me
Curse of the mummy's tomb and how I got my shrunken head is higher than this? Kid stabs himself with a pole in the foot, girl sticks her hand into the fire, oh yeah How I got my Shrunken Head sucks. - spodermanfan1000
This one was really scary
Remember the ghost girl?
The most horror one
Best book ever
Best one ever!
This is some pretty scary stuff! 😎
This was like jaws it's scary
Creeps! - TriggerTrashKid
I have read this book and it was a little less scary. Hannah is actually dead and Danny isn't so the shadowy figure tried to hurt Hannah! Geez, that frightened me when Hannah didn't touch Danny but Danny's arm goes through her! - StevenUniverseIsAwesome
Best in the series I guess.
This book made me pyrophobic. Kinda. I always blow out the scent candles in my house to make sure they wouldn't burn the house down like Hannah's house did. Yikes.
My first book ever.
Really liked this one.
The twist was susprising
I did not see it coming that mr mortaman would be the main villain
Just like I did not see coming the parents would be monsters
The real episode was scary
I seen the episode it was gross we had to turn it off
Those masks...*shudders* - RoseWeasley
This was so not scary and indeed retarded.
The book should be number 1. The floating masks really wanted to point my gun in front of my T.V.. It's great.
Out of all the goosebumps books I read as a kid, this one stuck with me. I still remember it two decades later as the most frightening thing I read as a kid.
This book is still stuck in my mind
Its not epic
This book was pretty terrifying and the darkest Goosebumps book. I’m surprised it wasn’t on the list
I mean, it does get confusing at times but I think this is a really good book! I can relate with Grady, and it does give me shivers. I give this 4 and a half stars for how confused I was. But you should definitely read this
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Harmless swamp hermit.
Great book - TriggerTrashKid
This literally sent chills down my spine
Perfectly fantastic it was one of the best books I've ever read it's fanomonal and I'm just in love with it! I wish I could recommend this book to everyone! This is R.L Stine's masterpiece!
I have read it, my favorite part is when Dennis punches Slappy and cracks open his head
The part when after she put slappy in the sewers and when she was in her room was so scary. She found footsteps leading to her bed, looked under her bed and didn't find anything, and then Slappy just randomly appear behind her in her room.
I think it was good
It Came for Beneath the Sink and the Pink
DEEZ NUTS came from beneath the eink
Thos shoube the most scariest book. This book was so scary that it got on my nerves.
This story smells like ass
I pretty good
I used to read this when I was a kid
This has some of the scariest material I’ve ever seen from the Goosebumps series. For example, on one of the bad endings you can achieve, you get ripped to shreds and you body parts are scattered all over the room. Eyes, ears, fingers, chunks of flesh all over the room. The worst part is, your still alive, despite being torn into pieces!
Scared me that I had nightmares...
31 & 32 chapters are really scary.
So very very disturbing. Just when things seem back to normal bam mirror clon thing at the end... Freaky
Oh yeah so look scary. I almost laughed
This always creeped me out.
It's good - TriggerTrashKid
My favorite goosebumps book
Was quite creepy
My teacher let me borrow this book. Poor matt. Every time he wakes up it is a nightmare. THIS BOOK IS VERY VERY EXTREAMLY CREEPY
This one made me laugh.
Tag you're it or you die
It was crazy with all the things in the fantasy forest. But everything in it was machines. Mostly.
Puberty is horrifying
This one spooked me
This book actually hurt me
Pretty creepy book and the episode was bit disturbing
The details Stine gives of the plants is really creepy. They all move, slowly, grabbing onto random things and groaning, as if a call for help. Then there’s the fact that they are a human-plant hybrid. Then there’s the fact that the main characters can't trust their own father because he himself is a plant intending to probably turn them into fertilizer for the other less sentient plants.