Book Titles and Summaries
- Don't Forget Me: Danielle Warner and her brother, Peter, move into a house where the basement is haunted by the ghosts of children who have been forgotten by their friends and families — and lure living children in by making their friends and families forget about them.
- Locker 13: Superstitious Luke Green gets assigned Locker #13 on his first day of school and tries to quell the bad luck that goes along with it by finding a good-luck charm. But the good-luck charm has a twisted secret of its own.
- My Name is Evil: A carnival fortuneteller accuses Maggie of being evil. Maggie brushes it off as a joke — until accidents occur in school and all signs point to Maggie as a suspect.
- Liar, Liar: Years of lying suddenly catch up with Ross when he finds himself in a parallel world where an evil twin tells him that he will die in two days.
- Dear Diary, I'm Dead: Alex Smith discovers a diary in his room that predicts the future, including his death.
- They Call Me Creature: Laura must find out why the animals she cares for are attacking her.
- The Howler: Self-proclaimed electronics geek Spencer Turner buys a machine called "The Howler" that lets humans communicate with the dead.Three boys who went missing tries to get rid of Spencer and his friends.
- Shadow Girl: A bored girl named Selena discovers that she's really a superheroine named Shadow Girl, and, like all superheros, has an arch-enemy who wants her dead.
- Camp Nowhere: At summer camp, Russell rows over Forbidden Falls—and finds himself in a summer camp haunted by the ghost of an evil Indian spirit.
- Full Moon Halloween: It's a frightful Halloween night as a student who wants to be notice gets four of his classmates and try to discover that one of them may be a werewolf.
- Scare School: Sam is haunted by an imp at his new school who preys on new students.
- Visitors: UFO enthusiast Ben Shipley discovers that aliens are covertly invading Earth.
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