Horror Stickers

Last week I was down in my crypt looking for my lucky scalpel and I stumbled upon some old horror stickers. I hadn’t seen these things in years! Man are they cool. I especially love the 80’s prism that stylishly borders each one.
I remember when I was a boy at Doctors In Training Day Camp. We would visit the bowling alley every Friday. I’d go there, play a few games and stop on over at the sticker machine. I’d put 50 cents into the machine and pull out a piece of cardboard with an unknown prize sticker inside. The bowling alley only sold them for one summer. Too bad. I would have loved to collect more.

I’ve posted some here. Be sure to check back in the coming weeks for the remainder of my horror sticker collection.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5The Brain
Return of the Living Dead 2Beetle Juice
The Blob
FreakshowFreddy Krueger
Monkey ShinesNight Breed

8 thoughts on “Horror Stickers

  1. OMG those stickers rock. Yeah the cardboard would come out and the sticker would be inside. Those were awesome. I remember that after being stuck on something outside awhile they would just flake away!! hahah great post can’t wait to see the rest!

  2. I remember those stickers too! I had a bunch of’em on the steamer trunk I carried back and forth to college with all of my crap in it. I had the “Return of the Living Dead” sticker you have pictured here, as well as “Slaughter High” and a couple of others that I can’t remember off the top of my head… think I got them out of a vending machine @ K-Mart of all places… good memories!!

  3. wow, wow , wow.

    MONKEY SHINE! I had a little “doll” monkey with the clanging claps. Just like the monkey shine monkey. I never thought in a million years I’d see these stickers, lol. I love the internet!

    Blast from the past, thanks for posting these and making me laugh and smile. I am feeling like a kid with the Freddy Sticker… lol.


  4. yeah, you and everyone else. They are impossible to find. I was just lucky that they never got thrown out when I was a kid.

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