"While staying with his weird great-aunt, Evan buys a mixture of monster blood at a funky old toy store. It's fun to play with at first. But then Evan notices something weird about the green slimy stuff -- it seems to be growing. And all that growing has given it a monstrous appetite ..." P.  of cover.
Thinking her friend Zeke is getting too much into his phantom role in the school play, Brooke becomes alarmed when scary things start happening backstage and wonders if a real phantom is out to stop the show.
Losing sight of their tour group while visiting London, Sue and Eddie find themselves in a gloomy prison tower and are horrified when they discover that they have traveled back in time to the seventeenth century. All locked up and no place to go, Sue and her brother, Eddie, are visiting London when they run into a little problem. They can't find their tour group. Still, there's no reason to panic. No way their tour guide would just leave them. All...
"Kit and her brother, Daniel, have moved into a new house with tons of rooms and a lawn the size of a football field! But all that good luck is about to run out because there is something really evil living in their new house. Something that comes from beneath the kitchen sink ..."--P.  of Cover.
When Amy needs a new ventriloquist dummy, her dad finds Slappy in a local pawnshop. Slappy's kind of ugly, but Amy's having fun practicing her new routine. Then horrible, nasty things start happening. Because there's something odd about Slappy. Something not quite right. Something evil.
Disgusted by his father's collection of tacky lawn decorations, which include pink flamingos and plastic skunks, Joe Burton is further upset when a pair of ugly lawn gnomes are added and a number of strange incidents occur.