Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Awesome Halloween Giveaway! Updated: New Prizes Added!!!

Giveaway is now closed! Winner will be announced soon!

Hey, boils and ghouls! I'm having an Awesome Halloween Giveaway!

All you have to do to win is tell me one of your favorite Halloween moments. Also, if your email address is not in your profile please post it with your response in the comments box below. That's it. Easy peasy! I will randomly choose one winner on October 22. This giveaway is open to anybody worldwide!

The winner will receive the following --

  • Ray Bradbury's The Halloween Tree cartoon on VHS (1993)
  • Midnight Syndicate's CD Born of the Night (1998)
  • Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark book from Scholastic (1981)
  • More Super Scary Stories for Sleep-Overs book (1995)
  • Creative Costumes for Any Occasion book (1984)
  • World War Z mini poster (2013)
  • Autographed photo of northeast Ohio horror host Son of Ghoul
  • Star Wars Halloween Play Packs (2013)

All items are used, but seem to be in pretty good condition.

If you are picked as the winner and don't want everything, I can pass on the rest to a second place winner. Winner's choice!

Thanks for entering and good luck!





16 comments:

Jeremy Hawkins said...

I went to a Haunted House once, I was in a spooky handmade costume... after walking the whole route. I met with the officials running the spook-fest at the end, they asked me to stay. I apparently scared them, more than I thought.

:)

Jeremy

Bob Johns said...

Here is a sad Halloween story I have never seen the Halloween Tree. I always hear people gushing about it every countdown to Halloween season. But this sad story has a happy ending I found a VHS Copy this year and plan to correct my lack of seeing this flick. Any-hoo I have been enjoying your cut outs this year!

Erick said...

I made a slight adjustment to the rules. Please leave your email address in your response if it is not included in your profile. I need a way to contact the winner. Thank you!

Eric Stettmeier said...

Seems like I won last year (A copy of The Making of A Cabin in the Woods) so I won't enter this year - but I will say I am living proof that PEOPLE REALLY DO WIN! ;)

Jennifer Irving said...

I remember trick or treating when I was little with those ghastly full face masks... it was like torture wearing them. I remember between houses we would wear them as hats. :)

jennirv4967 at gmail dot com

Joanna said...

My favorite Halloween moment? I went to Doctor Doom's Haunted House on Front Street in Cuyahoga Falls, OH during October 1975. Local TV horror movie hosts Hoolihan & Big Chuck were judging the children's costume contest. I said I didn't want to walk across the stage to enter the contest for my age group. After my older sister did it--and was given a bag of candy for participating, I began to cry. Hoolihan & Big Chuck saw me in front of the stage sadly weeping and gave me candy and a free LP. Then the local newspaper took my photo and I ended up on the front page. I love free candy. You have my email--right?

Mattkind said...

My Favorite Halloween memory is going to halloween horror night 13 my Email is Mattkind69v3@hotmail.com

Donata05 said...

My favorite Halloween memory is, when I dressed up like a horror movie. I was thirteen, and I had my face painted like a zombie and I wore a cardboard box that was made up to look like a TV over my head. It even had rabbit ear antennas and channel changer knobs. When I went trick or treating people would ask if they could change the channel. It was one of my best costumes, even though it was a pain to wear and I had no peripheral vision. rulupi246@hotmail.com

thewritersjourney said...

My favorite Halloween memory is EATING CANDY!!! Trick or treating was the best, and I wish I could still do it as an adult!

jasontcarter@gmail.com

Bro Midnight said...

My most memorable Halloween as a child was 1984 when I was Conan. I had a flashlight instead of a sword and I refused to wear a coat so I froze my butt off.

Phillyradiogeek said...

I remember my last year trick or treating. I took the year off in 7th grade, intending that my trick or treat days were over. However, in 8th grade, I was encouraged by my family to go one last time, using a clown costume I wore to a school party. It was a last minute decision, but I'm glad I did it!

Phillyradiogeek said...

I remember my last year trick or treating. I took the year off in 7th grade, intending that my trick or treat days were over. However, in 8th grade, I was encouraged by my family to go one last time, using a clown costume I wore to a school party. It was a last minute decision, but I'm glad I did it!

Erik said...

Going out to eat dinner with my parents and the restaurant had a dinner/movie special showing The Legend of Dr. PHIBES with Vincent Price.

Anonymous said...

Kristin G
marleykristin@hotmail.com

My favorite halloween moment is dressing up!! I love going to different Halloween activities around town and getting candy with my son. He absolutely loves Halloween and to see his face so happy is the best moment ever!

Kathryn said...

My son wearing peacock costume I made for he when he was younger as it made him so happy.

Bob Johns said...

Eric here is my email mda4life@comcast.net