British photographer Max Ellis tricks squirrels into posing and interacting with various props by encouraging them with carefully placed treats.
The famed horror writer who gave you "Goosebumps" as a kid, R.L. Stine, took to Twitter Tuesday to write a brand new short story just in time for Halloween… 140 characters at a time.
Before you read on, however, beware that you may never eat an egg salad sandwich again.
I am going to try to write a story live on Twitter now. The story is called "What's In My Sandwich?"...— R.L. Stine (@RL_Stine) October 29, 2014
People call me a loser, but that's going to change. I was in a little diner downtown and I ordered an egg salad sandwich…— R.L. Stine (@RL_Stine) October 29, 2014
..I was about to bite down on it when I noticed something moving in the egg salad. Was I imagining it? No…— R.L. Stine (@RL_Stine) October 29, 2014
..I saw a hairy, three-fingered claw push a clump of egg out of the way. I saw two round black eyes. A fur-covered face…— R.L. Stine (@RL_Stine) October 29, 2014
Read the rest of the story on R.L. Stine's twitter page.
Here's Elsa like you've never seen her before: with a five o' clock shadow.
The Boston Bruins chose a "Frozen" theme this year in their annual Halloween visit to the Boston Children's Hospital, and the photos will melt your cold, cold heart.
Dougie Hamilton and Matt Fraser arrived as Elsa and her sister Anna, with the rest of the players going as Kristoff, Sven, Hans and Olaf the snowman.
The guys even attempted to sing their own version of "Let It Go," according to Sports Illustrated.