Here's a Creepy 14-Tweet Story from R.L. Stine

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It doesn't take a lot of words to tell a creepy, compelling tale.

Short fiction writers know this, and they've been using Twitter as a medium for their brief–but-–powerful stories for years. Twitter's recently embraced this – even holding its own fiction festivals.

R.L. Stine, master of scaring the living shit our of children, has used Twitter to tell stories before. He's just done it again, and it's pretty fun. Stine's 14-tweet story shows just how much a writer can accomplish in a couple thousand characters.

And here's the story:

Happy Halloween!

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