Nightmare in 3-D

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Pocket Books, Jan 1, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 120 pages
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The ghosts of Fear Street -- they'll haunt you forever!

Do you believe in ghosts? Don't say no until you take a walk down Fear Street. Past the woods -- where no birds sing. Past the lake -- where something lurks beneath the water. Past the cemetery -- where everyone is dying to meet you.

And take a peek in Sal's Five and Ten. He sells great stuff. Wes Parker bought a 3-D poster there. He spent hours trying to see the hidden picture. Then he wished he hadn't. Because the thing inside the poster saw Wes too. Now it wants out and it wants Wes.

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Review: Nightmare in 3-D (Ghosts of Fear Street #4)

User Review  - Weathervane - Goodreads

Pretty boring, straight-forward plot; prose was poor; characters did not act convincingly. I liked the end, though. Read full review

Review: Nightmare in 3-D (Ghosts of Fear Street #4)

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Wes Parker could never spot the hidden images in 3d but everybody else can. One day he goes to an old, foul-smelling store and purchases a 3d image right after a warning from the clerk: "There are ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

R.L. STINE, the creator of Ghosts of Fear Street, has written almost one hundred scary novels for kids. The Ghosts of Fear Street series, like the Fear Street series, takes place in Shadyside and centers on the scary events that happen to people on Fear Street.

When he isn't writing, R.L. Stine likes to play pinball on his very own pinball machine, and explore New York City with his wife, Jane, and fifteen-year-old son, Matt.

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