November 2014 member of the month Katie!

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“My name is Kathryn Gabrielle and I have been a member of Vindale research for almost a year now! I was born in Maine but I now live in Allentown, PA with my husband and three grown children. I work part time as a librarian and I love books and people. I also love to paint and draw! Pennsylvania is a wonderful place to raise a family with so many historical places to visit. I also like Maine for its ocean beauty, lakes and mountains. And of course! Lobster and blueberry pies! I am a great friend and very creative artist too!”

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November 2014 newsletter poll

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Ghosts vs. Vampires

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Daily question 972

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What are you most looking forward to tonight?

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Daily question 971 winners

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The winners
See who won our 971st daily question below.

  1. Angielou123 – The scariest thing ive read is a short story called’ The Russian sleep experiment’. It creeped me right out and I couldn’t get it out of my head for days.
  2. Erin Estilette – Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, by Alvin Shwartz. My kindergarten teacher read those stories to the class, and they were instantly a favorite of mine, especially the one about the lady with the ribbon around her neck. That ribbon was the only thing holding her head on! I remembered that story for years, and a few years ago I bought the book so that my niece could also enjoy it. Creepy!
  3. FreeSpirit – Stephen King’s “It”. I had read almost all of his books up to the point of stating “It” and although a lot of them were very scary I got through them. Not this one. I got a little more than half way through and had to put it down. It was so terrifying that until this day I haven’t gone back to finish it. And have never looked at clowns the same way since. You see, his evil protagonist was a clown – a very bad clown; a clown who gives all clowns a very bad name.
  4. Jennifer P. – I like The Complete Works of Edgar Allen Poe. Telltale Heart is probably my favorite.
  5. OceanGirl – My favorite scary book is anything by RL Stine. Stine just has a way of capturing readers’ attention and the story lines are excellent too, which is why I think his books are so popular. And I’m happy to report good news, so get ready for it! Thanks to this question, I happened to google RL Stine Goosebumps today. From this search, I found out that the Ghoosebumps film is coming out next year starring Jack Black as RL Stine! I’m so excited for August 7, 2015! But again, I may not have known about it sooner if it weren’t for this question, so thanks for asking!
  6. Princess Efe Minty – The book “Jaws” by Peter Benchley , based on the events of 1916 off the New Jersey shore.
  7. Teresa Rojas – The Omen, it’s not just based on fantasy, it’s based on true events that are going to happen, which makes it so much more real and scary!!!!
  8. kathy – The book “Carrie” by Stephen King! The character Carrie is bullied and shunned by classmates and the victim of a cruel practical joke meant to humiliate her. She is asked to the prom by a popular boy as part of the hoax and they are crowned king and queen of the prom. Her classmates laugh behind the scenes as they pour pigs blood over her shining moment of happiness but unleash a power from Carrie that she gets her just revenge on her cruel classmates that results in a deadly fire and she wlks out of that fire forever changed. Its scary!!!
  9. carpediem5790 – Something Wicked This Way Comes, by Ray Bradbury (he wrote mostly science fiction) but did dabble in horror. Its a good scary place to start with horror, scary stories. When I was in junior high, shortly after the dinosaurs died, I was on a vampire story kick for a long time.Now, when vampire stories seem to be abundant, I have no interest in them.
  10. Sri Jackson – I read all types of scary stories, I love psychological thrillers too.. I especially like Stephen King’s short story collection book, The Skeleton Crew.. my fav. story from the book is, The Monkey… about a little boy that finds a cymbal playing monkey that has supernatural powers, every time he beats his cymbals someone/something dies… the boys father had been tormented by the monkey before and sets about finding a way to get rid of it for good… great read.
  11. Stan - The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson
  12. TedtheRabbi – The Shining. …I think this is the 3rd question this week where The Shining is my best answer.
  13. JaneS3 – “It Lives in the Basement” by Sahara Foley. What is living in the basement killing your cats and your girlfriend? Stephen King fans will love it…… SCARY!
  14. Carol Ross – Stephen King’s Misery, the first of his books that made me think “Wow, this could really happen.”
  15. Rosanne A – The Exorcist! It ruined me!!! I never read another scary story or watched another scary movie ever again. i hate scary stories!!!!
  16. Randy Piana - The Headless horseman!
  17. Ra-Ra – It by Stephen King is the scariest book I’ve ever read. Here’s a short synopsis of the book: A mysterious demonic entity, It is a monster of unknown origin that preys on Derry’s children and humans every three decades, stating It finds the fear in children akin to “salt(ing) the meat”. Among Its powers is shapeshifting into a form that induces fear while killing the victim, normally assuming the form of a middle-aged male clown, calling itself “Pennywise the Dancing Clown”. It can also manipulate people into doing its bidding, either by assuming a form most familiar to them or promising them their desires. Thus, having control over what happens in Derry, many of the child murders It commits are never solved, as the adults of Derry either act as though nothing is happening or have forgotten about It.
  18. rose morgan – “The Walking Dead” graphic novel series.
  19. kandeels – I guess it would have to be the real life stories. Lately I can not get enough of Dateline, 20/20 and 48 Hours, all focusing on the killers among us…creepy when you watch, but just mesmerizing at the same time. Some nights the creep was just so bad, that I can’t sleep, just knowing that these people live in typical towns and villages…makes you think.
  20. Sue W. - Edgar Allen Poe…..The Raven…..nevermore….

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“This is the 3rd payment I’ve received from Vindale. Thanks!”

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Tomorrow’s payday!

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Vespa-lovin’ Vampire says … 
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POLL: Gordon vs. Guy

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Daily question 971

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What’s your favorite scary story or book?

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