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Trick or tweet? "Goosebumps" author R.L. Stine releases Halloween tale on Twitter

Jack Black dined at Bone Lick BBQ when he was in town filming "Goosebumps," the movie adapted from author R.L. Stine's work. He's shown here with owner/pitmaster Mike LaSage. It's a good bet he didn't discover anything horrifying on the menu like the character in Stine's Halloween story, released on Twitter!

Author R.L. Stine, whose work "Goosebumps" was adapted into a Jack Black movie that filmed in Atlanta recently, has a Halloween treat for all fans on Twitter.

The prolific author released a spooky tale in time for Halloween, entirely on his Twitter feed.

"I am going to try to write a story live on Twitter now. The story is called "What's In My Sandwich?" he posted. The cleverly creepy tale followed on his feed.

I've posted a couple of his literary tweets here but don't worry, I didn't spoil the ending!

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