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The Scary Stories Books

Books
3
Stories
82
Years of memories
37
Millions of copies sold
7

What reviews are saying

Inspired visual touches… A rewarding watch.

Branden Pickrell DownrightCreepy.com

I’ll give it five out of five AHHHHHHHHHS! It’s pretty damn near perfect.

Patti Pauley NightmarishConjurings.com

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Trailer

In October 2017 we released the 2nd and final trailer for the upcoming documentary. It features the animation, the music, and some of the key interviews that can be seen in the full-length documentary. And it demonstrates the three main topics being explored: the stories, the art, and the controversy.

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