Title: Goosebumps Series 2000 #13 – Return to HorrorLand, a.k.a. “Let’s Play: The Happy Tooth Game”
Author: R.L. Stine
Cover Artist: Tim Jacobus
Tagline: Long time no scream!
Summary: “There’s a food stand over there,” I said, pointing. A Horror in a purple apron leaned against a small cart.
We hurried over to it. A sign on top of the cart read: FINGERS
“Great! You got chicken fingers?” Luke asked the Horror.
She shook her head. “No. Just fingers.”
I lowered my eyes to the cart. Steam rose up. I saw a pile of fingers toasting inside. Human fingers.
“They’re pretty good with ketchup,” the Horror rasped.
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