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Scary stories and super creeps: The illustrated nightmares of Stephen Gammell | Dangerous Minds Scary Stories, Short Stories, Humour, Stephen Gammell, Scary Stories To Tell, Stories To Tell, Telling Stories, In The Dark, Childhood Memories

A catchy tune and one of Stephen Gammell’s illustrations from Alvin Schwartz’s trilogy, ‘Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark.’ If you look at the unassuming photo used by publisher Simon and Schuster of illustrator Stephen Gammell, you will, in no way, perceive the smiling, white-bearded and spectacled man was responsible for creating images which have terrorized the minds of children since 1981. But he is, and I hope this helps reinforce the golden rule one should never judge a book (or a…

Emaleigh Grace
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“What Do You Come For?”  Scary Stories Spooky Stories For Kids, Scary Stories Book, Laurel And Hardy Movies, Stephen Gammell, Funny Stories To Tell, Scary Stories To Tell, Spooky Stories, Stories To Tell, Spooky Scary

"What Do You Come For?" is the third story included in the book Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. An old woman who lives by herself feels very lonely one night and says, "I wish I had some company." Two feet appear, dangling from the chimney. Then, a body and some arms and some legs, two eyes, and a head. They belong to a man, who then jumps down from the chimney and dances around the room The woman asks him, "What do you come for?" The man answers, "What do I come for? For YOU!"

Jodi Chapman