What if your child was haunted? I know. Pretty shocking. First you find out you have a child, and now you learn that the little whippersnapper is followed around by ill-meaning spirits.

The newest horror flick from James Wan, Insidious, hits theaters this Friday (April 1st), and we’ve got the perfect prize to get you in a frightening, edge of your seat mood:

Art Supplies.

Free. Art. Supplies.

Contain your screams, and head inside for more information on how to enter this spooky contest:

Here is what’s up for grabs: one (1) lucky winner will earn themselves:

  1. 1 INSIDIOUS Sketch Pad – Retail value $25
  2. 1 INSIDIOUS Pencil Set – Retail value $10
  3. 1 INSIDIOUS Digi Clean – Retai value $2
  4. 1 INSIDIOUS mini poster

Frightening!

All you have to do is be one of our many folks who have hit the “Like” button on our Facebook page. That’s step one. The second step is to head on over to the aforementioned Facebook page and find the thread about ridding the house of spirits. Answer the question, and your fate is sealed: you’re in the running for the prize.

One winner will be chosen randomly from all entries. Sadly, you have to live in the US of A to win.

Go forth and enter!


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