The Monster Channel

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Avon Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Horror stories. - 151 pages
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A sinister man arrives to install cable television, and each member in Charley's family has a specific preference. Charley insists on the "Monster Channel", despite a warning against it. Given a special pair of 3D glasses to watch it with, Charley is terrified when the monsters leap out from the screen.

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Review: The Monster Channel (Spinetinglers #17)

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The Monster Channel evokes the scary atmosphere that arises when a family moves to a town where people act strangely and the weird things that happen when an old TV is found in the attic of their house. Recommended! Read full review

Review: The Monster Channel (Spinetinglers #17)

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Great book! Scary and fun to read! Highly recommended, if you can still find a copy! Read full review


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Coffin lives with his lovely wife Berry A. Coffin and their two children, Phillip A. Coffin and Carrie A. Coffin, and their dog, Bones.

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