31 Days of Horror Contest! Win Real Life Stories of Ghosts


So maybe you consider yourself a tough guy.  Maybe you’ve watched every movie on our list with a malcontent sigh and a bored roll of the eyes.  After all, movies are just movies.  Well then if that’s your deal buddy, try relaxing.  At least, while you can, because The History Channel has agreed to hook us up with three ultra-sweet give-aways that focus on the real life side of ghosts, monsters, and things that go bump in the night.


First up, we have a special themed release of Monsterquest containing 4 episodes surrounding “Movie Monsters.”  They are Jaws in Illinois (JAWS), Swamp Stalker (Bigfoot esque), American Werewolf (duh!), and Vampires in America (also duh!). Sounds righteous.

Second up, we have a 5 DVD set of Haunted Histories: America’s Most Haunted Places if you’re the kind of nutjob who thinks it might be a good idea to track down some horrifically haunted areas and see just how long you can hold out before some ghost-witch tears out your hair and makes you kid speak Latin.

And finally, the grand prize, an awesome, awesome, super Mega-Set of Haunted Histories.  This set comes complete with 20, count them or just trust me, 20 DVDs featuring real life stories of zombies, vampires, and hauntings.  Most (if not all) of America’s Most Haunted Places are included in this set, so you’re really going to get your money’s worth (considering you’re not paying) with this set.  There are more than 18 hours of spine-tingling real life accounts to keep your momma busy washing your urine soaked sheets.


How can you win one of this fantastic prizes?  Simple, tell us your best ghost story below.  Or any true life haunted happening that you were a part of.  Make us shiver with fear or throw-up with bulimia fright and you’ll walk away with some true-life horror discs. Winners will be chosen and contacted on October 31st!

Robert Fure is many things: horror expert, ruggedly handsome man of the world, witty prose composer, and writer of his own biography page. Beneath the bravado is a scared little boy, ready to grow into an awesome man and make lies about a scared little boy inside of him. Wait a minute...

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