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HAUNTED HOUSE OF HORROR - IN 3-D -. ill. Charles Fuge. Germany: Van Der Meer, 1998. First Edition. 8 1/2 x 15. Hard Cover. Fine / Fine. ISBN: 3-8290-0906-2. You can see pictures of this book at overlookconnection. com/haunted.htm ....This is in the form of a book..... but when you open it up it becomes a Haunted House! No Kidding! This book is "really" cooool! Let me describe this Haunted House......This book, which is hard cover, comes sealed with two red silk ribbons. You open the book up, fold the covers all the back unto themselves, and use the red ribbons to tie it back together. === As the book unfolds, the book comes alive as a Haunted House!! It stands 15" high, and is 15" square on each side. === You then have four rooms that feature scary monsters that are hidden and in plain view. You pull out tabs to see some of them. === A Vampire that springs up from the floor coffin, when you pull his bat away from the coffin cover.... a spider that you can control going up and down.....===A hanging chandelier of monsters hangs from one room..... a monster that pops up from the floor, that is cleverly hidden until you pull the tab.....=== One room features a ghost that is reflected in a mirror (from the house ceiling... you have to see it to believe it)... a trap door on the second floor drops unexpecting ones into a shark invested pool underneath... === The kitchen has many unexpected treasures in the fridge and the oven, even the floor... above the kitchen lies a plant reminiscent of Little Shop of Horrors..There is SO MUCH going on in this cool 3-D, Fold-out, Haunted House I can't explain it all!! I've kept one for myself and it's perfect little centerpiece on my living room table....OH! I forgot to mention, there is a moon that looks over the house, and I discovered that it is a book!! You can pull it out of the slot and there's a story inside! That tells of the adventures of the house....
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