R.L. Stine Tells Spooky Halloween Story in Just 13 Tweets

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R.L. Stine, the author behind the popular Goosebumps children's horror-fiction books, used Twitter on Halloween Day to compose a brief scary story.

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In 13 tweets, he tells the tale of a vengeful farmer.

This isn't Stine's first attempt at spitting out a horror story in 140-character spurts. In February, he tweeted a short horror story about Amber and her family's odd kitchen.

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