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121. He'd be honored.
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  -What is the scariest book you've ever read? graywarrior  Nov-25-08 08:31 PM   #0 
  - Come on!  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 08:44 PM   #1 
  - I'd have to say  reyd reid reed   Nov-25-08 08:44 PM   #2 
  - Ha ha ha I just told Stephen that Sarah Palin was scarier than ANY character he ever came up with  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 08:46 PM   #7 
  - Tell Stephen  XemaSab   Nov-25-08 09:04 PM   #23 
  - And he mentions my home town in nearly every book written which  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 09:09 PM   #24 
  - Do you know him? n/t  amitten   Nov-27-08 01:17 AM   #96 
     - Yeh  graywarrior   Nov-27-08 07:50 AM   #115 
        - How very cool!  Mad_Dem_X   Nov-27-08 08:11 AM   #119 
        - He'd be honored.  graywarrior   Nov-27-08 08:20 AM   #121 
           - Tell him I'm his BIGGEST fan, and that he can come visit me and  amitten   Nov-27-08 12:43 PM   #135 
        - Please tell him 'It' changed my life. I can't even describe how many ways.  RadiationTherapy   Nov-28-08 11:30 AM   #146 
        - I think he knows  graywarrior   Nov-28-08 04:17 PM   #153 
        - Tell him I'm his number one fan!  Downtown Hound   Dec-02-08 10:51 PM   #170 
  - I think that one was called The Graveyard Shift.  redqueen   Nov-25-08 09:26 PM   #40 
  - Thatt was the sotry "Night Shift"  poiuytsister   Nov-27-08 10:30 AM   #130 
  - Salem's Lot  BlueDogDemocratNH   Nov-25-08 08:44 PM   #3 
  - THAT might've been the short story  reyd reid reed   Nov-25-08 08:46 PM   #5 
  - same settings, but very different stories  cemaphonic   Nov-25-08 10:32 PM   #55 
  - that was scary as hell, the part that freaked me out the most was the Glick boys.  chimpsrsmarter   Nov-25-08 08:58 PM   #18 
  - Try reading that with a tree branch swaying just outside the window  BlueDogDemocratNH   Nov-26-08 07:03 PM   #72 
     - the tree branch is a Glick, which one?  chimpsrsmarter   Nov-26-08 08:12 PM   #80 
     - When I was reading that book, I was home alone  NewJeffCT   Nov-27-08 07:24 AM   #109 
        - LOL  BlueDogDemocratNH   Nov-27-08 10:14 AM   #129 
  - Agreed  Blue Gardener   Nov-28-08 05:57 PM   #162 
  - I read a book about the true  Zuni   Nov-25-08 08:46 PM   #4 
  - Stephen King's first book, "Carrie."  ocelot   Nov-25-08 08:46 PM   #6 
  - The Stand  lost-in-nj   Nov-25-08 08:48 PM   #8 
  - The Stand for me, too.  GoddessOfGuinness   Nov-25-08 08:56 PM   #16 
  - Insomnia was okay...another one of his that really got to me  reyd reid reed   Nov-25-08 09:02 PM   #22 
  - Actually, "Insomnia" was one of his worst.  RebelOne   Dec-03-08 07:00 AM   #173 
  - For some reason, "The Tommyknockers" scared me shitless  FKA MNChimpH8R   Nov-27-08 06:40 AM   #105 
  - Pet Cemetery.  chimpsrsmarter   Nov-25-08 08:49 PM   #9 
  - That was scary  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 08:50 PM   #10 
  - I read that when I was pregnant  FloridaJudy   Nov-25-08 10:25 PM   #53 
     - LOL! Some cats seem to have a talent for that.  alphafemale   Nov-27-08 06:26 AM   #100 
  - Me, too.  emilyg   Nov-25-08 11:24 PM   #65 
  - Oh man - that book scared me to death... I was like 14  nadine_mn   Nov-25-08 11:25 PM   #66 
  - That was the only book that gave me nightmares  Godlesscommieprevert   Nov-27-08 11:40 AM   #133 
  - Anthony Burgess' "A Clockwork Orange"  ThinkBlue1966   Nov-25-08 08:50 PM   #11 
  - Great questiion.  crim son   Nov-25-08 08:52 PM   #12 
  - Bradbury was my addiction when I was 14  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 08:53 PM   #14 
  - Yes, that sounds about right.  crim son   Nov-25-08 08:57 PM   #17 
  - Fahrenheit 451 turned me liberal. I'm not kidding--it's like a light  amitten   Nov-27-08 01:17 AM   #95 
  - "Mars Is Heaven"  alphafemale   Nov-27-08 06:28 AM   #101 
  - Delete...wrong spot  alphafemale   Nov-27-08 06:37 AM   #103 
  - "Something Wicked This Way Comes"  FKA MNChimpH8R   Nov-27-08 06:38 AM   #104 
  - The Amityville Horror scared the hell out of me.  flvegan   Nov-25-08 08:52 PM   #13 
  - I was about 12 too- finished at about 3 am-there was a firefly at the end of the hall  underpants   Nov-26-08 08:05 PM   #79 
  - I'll chime in on Amityville Horror  InternalDialogue   Nov-27-08 04:31 AM   #98 
  - Same. I was 12 or 13. It scared the Hell out of me.  BlueStateGirl   Nov-27-08 09:33 AM   #125 
  - YUP.  JoePhilly   Nov-27-08 08:33 PM   #143 
  - IT  RoyGBiv   Nov-25-08 08:53 PM   #15 
  - me too. A friend put a single balloon in my place right after I read it.  unsavedtrash   Nov-25-08 10:21 PM   #51 
  - Years later ...  RoyGBiv   Nov-25-08 10:27 PM   #54 
     - Holy cow!  Mad_Dem_X   Nov-27-08 08:12 AM   #120 
  - Yeah. The first half is probably the scariest thing I've read.  Orsino   Nov-27-08 07:18 AM   #108 
  - Perhaps a bit gratuitous, but it is between the group and clearly ceremonial magic.  RadiationTherapy   Nov-28-08 11:33 AM   #147 
  - I didn't find it gratuitous ...  RoyGBiv   Dec-02-08 10:05 PM   #169 
  - My favorite. I read it every few years or so. It is a miracle of writing for me.  RadiationTherapy   Nov-28-08 11:37 AM   #148 
     - I can definitely relate to that ...  RoyGBiv   Dec-02-08 10:03 PM   #168 
  - Another Stephen King.  hippywife   Nov-25-08 08:59 PM   #19 
  - House of Leaves, by Mark Danielewski.  Sugar Smack   Nov-25-08 09:02 PM   #20 
  - That's the one I was looking for.  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 09:09 PM   #25 
  - GOOD. This'll do it.  Sugar Smack   Nov-25-08 09:18 PM   #28 
     - Is that why the cover is made smaller than the pages?  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 09:22 PM   #34 
     - You just stop it.  Sugar Smack   Nov-25-08 09:25 PM   #38 
        - Creepy.  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 09:28 PM   #41 
     - I haven't read a good scary book in ages.  redqueen   Nov-25-08 09:23 PM   #36 
        - Glad I could help, darlin.  Sugar Smack   Nov-25-08 09:31 PM   #42 
           - Awww  redqueen   Nov-25-08 09:51 PM   #46 
  - I just read that a few weeks ago.  cemaphonic   Nov-25-08 10:41 PM   #56 
  - YES!  primate1   Nov-26-08 07:10 PM   #75 
  - That book was so...metal!  Tilion   Nov-28-08 03:14 AM   #145 
  - Teh Shinning  XemaSab   Nov-25-08 09:02 PM   #21 
  - Teh Shinning  Peake   Nov-25-08 09:23 PM   #35 
  - ach, ye don' wanna be sued, do ye!  cemaphonic   Nov-25-08 10:42 PM   #57 
  - The Exorcist  rug   Nov-25-08 09:11 PM   #26 
  - That book got passed around MGH in the 70's for months.  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 09:11 PM   #27 
  - That book gave me nightmares.  irkthesmirk   Nov-26-08 08:15 PM   #81 
  - I had to leave my bathroom light on for weeks after reading it...and I was  BrklynLiberal   Nov-27-08 12:28 AM   #84 
  - The True Story of the Bell Witch scared the Bejeebus out of my when I read  yellowdogintexas   Nov-25-08 09:19 PM   #29 
  - Yeah, Haunting of Hill House was really really scary.  graywarrior   Nov-25-08 09:21 PM   #30 
  - What a good setting to read The Haunting of Hill House.  primate1   Nov-26-08 07:09 PM   #74 
  - And whatever walked there WALKED ALONE!  XemaSab   Nov-27-08 12:39 AM   #87 
  - I will never visit nor drive through Adams, TN  noonwitch   Dec-03-08 08:56 AM   #174 
  - A short story by H. P. Lovecraft....  Jade Fox   Nov-25-08 09:21 PM   #31 
  - Do you remember which one?  Orrex   Nov-27-08 12:38 AM   #86 
  - Oh, I think it's the one...  Hanse   Nov-27-08 12:45 AM   #91 
     - That's one of my favorites!  Orrex   Nov-27-08 12:47 AM   #93 
        - You mean "The Shining"? n/m  peruban   Nov-27-08 07:35 AM   #111 
           - Well, it was kind of a general commentary  Orrex   Nov-27-08 07:53 AM   #116 
  - The most "awful" thing about Lovecraft is that  FKA MNChimpH8R   Nov-27-08 06:48 AM   #106 
     - Thank you of reminding me of "Swan Song"  FloridaJudy   Nov-27-08 11:37 AM   #132 
        - McCammon was/is a fabulous writer  FKA MNChimpH8R   Nov-27-08 03:23 PM   #138 
  - Not sure...  redqueen   Nov-25-08 09:22 PM   #32 
  - Life as We Knew It  Sabriel   Nov-25-08 09:22 PM   #33 
  - The Pentagon Papers.  evlbstrd   Nov-25-08 09:24 PM   #37 
  - The Shining  MorningGlow   Nov-25-08 09:25 PM   #39 
  - Every time I read that book it's the same:  XemaSab   Nov-27-08 12:40 AM   #88 
  - Misery  pokerfan   Nov-25-08 09:38 PM   #43 
  - I know it's by Dan Simmons  FKA MNChimpH8R   Nov-25-08 09:40 PM   #44 
  - I really like the short story version of Carrion Comfort,  cemaphonic   Nov-25-08 10:43 PM   #58 
  - I really liked Cell  soleft   Nov-25-08 09:43 PM   #45 
  - On the Beach by Nevil Shute  cordelia   Nov-25-08 09:55 PM   #47 
  - Helter Skelter. Read it alone. Late at night. Bed is by a window.  uppityperson   Nov-25-08 10:02 PM   #48 
  - Yeah, and that one is true  FKA MNChimpH8R   Nov-27-08 06:33 AM   #102 
  - Me too. And it is real, not fictional.  treestar   Nov-27-08 06:36 PM   #140 
  - I think the true crime stories are always the scariest.  Blue_In_AK   Nov-28-08 02:40 PM   #150 
  - THe Bible............  Stuart G   Nov-25-08 10:10 PM   #49 
  - The Book of Revalation actually totally freaked me out when I was a kid.  primate1   Nov-27-08 08:31 AM   #122 
  - Absolutely.  ThomCat   Dec-03-08 02:13 AM   #171 
  - "Night".. Elie Wiesel  Stuart G   Nov-25-08 10:15 PM   #50 
  - I agree... 100% real  JCMach1   Nov-27-08 06:08 AM   #99 
  - "Floating Dragon" ...  NanceGreggs   Nov-25-08 10:22 PM   #52 
  - Oooh I forgot about Ghost Story  nadine_mn   Nov-25-08 11:29 PM   #67 
  - Floating Dragon...I forgot about that one  graywarrior   Nov-28-08 04:19 PM   #155 
  - Shirley Jackson's "We Have Always Lived in the Castle"  cemaphonic   Nov-25-08 10:47 PM   #59 
  - I have that book out from the library right now. I need to get around to reading that.  primate1   Nov-26-08 07:13 PM   #76 
  - Which one?  cemaphonic   Nov-27-08 12:10 AM   #82 
     - Yeah, I meant We Have Always Lived in the Castle.  primate1   Nov-27-08 08:02 AM   #118 
  - "The Lottery"  alphafemale   Nov-27-08 07:37 AM   #114 
  - At the time, I'd have to say it was a book by John Bellairs.  DarkTirade   Nov-25-08 10:52 PM   #60 
  - Oh man, I used to love "The House With a Clock in its Walls."  cemaphonic   Nov-25-08 10:56 PM   #61 
     - I loved that one too, which is why I sought out more Bellairs stuff.  DarkTirade   Nov-25-08 11:01 PM   #63 
     - The bit with the headlights chasing them at night.  Hanse   Nov-27-08 12:33 AM   #85 
     - Bellairs HOOKED IT UP for me when I was little  XemaSab   Nov-27-08 12:44 AM   #90 
  - The Haunting Of Hill House  Tom Kitten   Nov-25-08 10:57 PM   #62 
  - The Exorcist  ElsewheresDaughter   Nov-25-08 11:15 PM   #64 
  - 79 Park Avenue.  Iggo   Nov-25-08 11:30 PM   #68 
  - You know, so much of Stephen King's stuff  nadine_mn   Nov-25-08 11:35 PM   #69 
  - Movie translation ...  RoyGBiv   Nov-27-08 12:46 AM   #92 
  - The Damnation Game, Clive Barker. nt.  IndianaJones   Nov-25-08 11:50 PM   #70 
  - "The Colour Out Of Space"-H.P. Lovecraft  enigmatic   Nov-25-08 11:53 PM   #71 
  - The Amityville Horror  Whoa_Nelly   Nov-26-08 07:08 PM   #73 
  - I remember the pig, Jody I think its name was  TK421   Nov-28-08 05:55 PM   #161 
  - Heh - you could try the book *I* wrote.  nomorenomore08   Nov-26-08 07:46 PM   #77 
  - here  CreekDog   Nov-26-08 07:52 PM   #78 
  - This one...kept me awake at night for months.  Amerigo Vespucci   Nov-27-08 12:13 AM   #83 
  - self delete  tomeboy   Nov-28-08 05:59 PM   #163 
  - Good question.  Hanse   Nov-27-08 12:41 AM   #89 
  - Wait Till Helen Comes  XemaSab   Nov-27-08 01:02 AM   #94 
  - Toss up between King's the Shining and Straub's Ghost Story.  amitten   Nov-27-08 01:18 AM   #97 
  - The Exorcist  SeattleGirl   Nov-27-08 06:58 AM   #107 
  - One by Stephen King scared me in a different way...."Needful Things"  alphafemale   Nov-27-08 07:31 AM   #110 
  - Stephen King's "It"  peruban   Nov-27-08 07:37 AM   #112 
  - _The Silence of the Lambs_ - also scariest movie. n/t  Bertha Venation   Nov-27-08 07:37 AM   #113 
  - Long ago, I read "The Shining" over a long weekend in my  old mark   Nov-27-08 07:54 AM   #117 
  - The Keep by F. Paul Wilson  Frank Cannon   Nov-27-08 08:44 AM   #123 
  - Have you continued reading F. Paul Wilson's work?  DuStrange   Nov-27-08 08:25 PM   #142 
     - Oh, yes. I read the whole "Adversary" cycle.  Frank Cannon   Nov-28-08 03:07 AM   #144 
  - The Sentinel, by Jeffrey Konvitz  av8rdave   Nov-27-08 09:10 AM   #124 
  - "Ghost Story" by Peter Straub  Paladin   Nov-27-08 09:34 AM   #126 
  - The Exorcist - and then idiot me went to see the movie!  livetohike   Nov-27-08 10:05 AM   #127 
  - I think maybe it was 1984 - not that it is in and of itself scary, but I read it in 1983,  Rabrrrrrr   Nov-27-08 10:07 AM   #128 
  - The Priest by Thomas M. Disch  YankeyMCC   Nov-27-08 10:32 AM   #131 
  - The Pianist  MillieJo   Nov-27-08 11:51 AM   #134 
  - The Bible--it's the only one I ever thought was real. nt  Deep13   Nov-27-08 12:57 PM   #136 
  - At the time, it was 'Salem's Lot.  bikebloke   Nov-27-08 02:12 PM   #137 
  - The War of the Worlds  lunatica   Nov-27-08 03:31 PM   #139 
  - The Andomeda Strain  El Supremo   Nov-27-08 06:52 PM   #141 
  - I finished Rosemarys Baby  JitterbugPerfume   Nov-28-08 02:07 PM   #149 
  - i think this is the thing  ikhor   Nov-28-08 03:15 PM   #151 
  - Gee, my threads get better responses when I'm out of town.  graywarrior   Nov-28-08 03:20 PM   #152 
  - Salem's Lot. First book I read by Stephen King.  Midlodemocrat   Nov-28-08 04:18 PM   #154 
  - I think Salem's Lot and Cujo were the scariest back when I read them.  graywarrior   Nov-28-08 04:21 PM   #156 
     - Pet Cemetery as well. The images, yikes.  Midlodemocrat   Nov-28-08 04:33 PM   #158 
        - The trips to the cemetary were soooo scary  graywarrior   Nov-28-08 05:47 PM   #160 
  - Carrion Comfort. Dan Simmons.  Just A Yeller Dawg   Nov-28-08 04:22 PM   #157 
  - The Handmaid's Tale  MissMillie   Nov-28-08 04:44 PM   #159 
  - Ann Rule's True Crime books  Blue Gardener   Nov-28-08 05:59 PM   #164 
  - Well maybe not scary, but Clive Barkers Weaveworld was pretty damn creepy  TK421   Nov-28-08 06:02 PM   #165 
  - The Handmaid's Tale or 1984.  Mad_Dem_X   Nov-28-08 07:55 PM   #166 
  - Fundamentals of Physics, Third Edition, Halliday and Resnick  jberryhill   Nov-28-08 09:24 PM   #167 
  - Revelations was the scariest one I ever read.  Jamastiene   Dec-03-08 02:15 AM   #172 
  - "It" -- Stephen King  LostinVA   Dec-03-08 08:57 AM   #175 
 

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