Which Classic 'Goosebumps' Books Have The Creepiest Covers?

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Vote up the scariest Goosebumps covers that ever haunted your local Scholastic Book Fair.

Jean Feiwel, a publisher at Scholastic, once asked R.L. Stine (then writing joke books under the name “Jovial Bob”) to write her a book called Blind Date. This sparked a love for scaring children in a man who would come to be called “Stephen King for kids.” Now, Goosebumps is one of the best-selling children's book series of all time, and we think that has something to do with Tim Jacobus's incredible cover art for the first 62 books in the original run.

The Goosebumps covers were sometimes criticized for being “too scary," but do you agree? Is there a cover that was particularly frightful for you? Maybe it was Night of the Living Dummy's smiling Slappy or The Haunted Mask's terrified Carly Beth. Even if you didn't find the books themselves too scary, vote up the cover art you think is the creepiest.