Podcast by R. L. Stine
Do Some Damage!
What would happen if you accidentally cracked open a dinosaur egg - and the ancient, yellow yolk poured onto your skin?
You wouldn't turn into a roaring beast - or would you?
Can You Keep a Secret?
Can You Keep a Secret is a game Danny and his friends like to play.
But they soon find out it isn't easy to play games - when a werewolf comes to town.
Curse of the Smiling Mummy
Have you ever seen a mummy smile? Amy and David find out it isn't a pretty sight.
Now, they're not smiling - they're SCREAMING!
The Kid Behind the Door
When Sam and Monica arrive at Aunt Rhonda's house, she tells them, "Enjoy exploring my old house. But whatever you do, don't go into Dougie's room!" Why not? The girls wonder.
Can they resist opening that mysterious door?
The Terror after School
Emmy and her friends have been kept after school before - but never this late. The sky has turned to night. The school is dark and empty. Has everyone forgotten about them?
The terror gets intense as they begin to wonder if they have been locked in school forever!
Don't Open The Box
Uncle Edgar gives Kevin a special present. It's so special, he tells Kevin never to open it. Can Kevin resist? What will happen if he takes a tiny peek?
This is a story you listen to. Turn out all the lights. Crank up the volume. Click PLAY and sit back and enjoy DON'T OPEN THE BOX!
Story written by R.L. Stine
Produced and Directed by Matt Stine
Kevin – Colin Donnell
Monica – Patti Murin
Uncle Edgar – Todd Sussman
Music and Sound Design by Matt Stine
R.L. Stine rules and nobody can convince me otherwise
R.L. Stine is the best! His intros are awesome!!! The stories are just amazing and whoever thinks they are terrible then you are a troll. The endings are super cool!!!
The stories are fantastic! Just what I would expect from Mr Stine. However, I only gave it a three because of the presentation. Adult actors should NOT be playing the roles of kids! It's ludicrous. Girls can get away with it to a point but having an adult play the part of a 12 year old boy?? C'mon Mr. Stine! You're a popular author! You'd have no problem getting age appropriate voice actors to do this! Other than that I love the podcast. I'm disappointed that there are so few episodes.