Halloween Scavenger Hunt 2016: Welcome To Your Ghostly Treat!

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(¸.•´ (¸.•`★  HALLOWEEN SCAVENGER HUNT 2016

Thank you to Aria Peyton for sending you all this way!

Welcome to the 2016 edition of the Halloween Scavenger Hunt. Whether it be kooky or freaky, cute or spooky – we all encounter Halloween in our day to day and most love the paranormal genre.

This scavenger hunt has 15 authors participating. Head on over to ALL participating authors to enter as many giveaways as you can!

My theme is: GHOSTS

Rachel Tsoumbakos The Ring Of Lost Souls 375

For me, ghosts have always been a fascinating concept. Whether it be spooky stories told in the middle of the night at sleepovers, strange photos that could reveal ghosts of the past or the new TV shows such as Ghost Hunters that explore reportedly haunted houses, my interest has always been piqued.

Considering I also used to live very close to an abandoned mental facility that was also had several ghostly stories attached to it, that led to me writing a book on these urban legends you could consider my hooked on this subject!

For your chance to win  an eCopy of my book, The Ring of Lost Souls (based on the urban ghost stories surrounding the real location of Larundel) and a $5 Amazon Gift Card, all you need to do is:

  • Share your favorite ghost story or ghostly location, OR
  • Find a ghostly photo that you think is real
  • AS WELL, you need to follow either this blog, my Facebook page OR my Twitter account.

Finally, you need to do is post your answer in the comments section below to enter.

Now, you can head on over to the next author Joleene Naylor who will have a werewolf delight for you 😉

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About mrszoomby

When I'm not writing, I'm training for the zombie apocalypse.
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12 Responses to Halloween Scavenger Hunt 2016: Welcome To Your Ghostly Treat!

  1. Dina says:

    follow you, Dracula’s Castle is mt fav. thanks for the chance, dont know how to post a pic 😉

  2. moosehog83 says:

    http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/80/590x/Ghost-1-584649.jpg in the late 1980s I lived in a haunted mansion.. the woman who had lived there close to 100 years before had committed suicide; we didn’t know that… we started hearing her talk, hearing her walk… rooms would get cold when she was there and we’d be overpowered by old lady perfume… things would be moved from the 4th to the first floor it was weird… but she wasn’t mean or hurtful… we sold it and moved.. the realtor said that others had complained too but she didn’t believe them until we told her too..this was in massachusetts

  3. Angela Cheng says:

    Following!

  4. Anj Ch says:

    Following. But it won’t let me actually post in the comments 😦

  5. Anj Ch says:

    Following the blog!

  6. Meghan Lindsay says:

    Gettysburg Pennsylvania (The Slaughter Pen is an area of Gettysburg’s battlefield that reportedly was entirely covered with the dead and wounded after the battle. It is common for visitors here to see apparitions of soldiers, hear the sounds of battle, and even to be overcome with despair once they enter the area.)… and Hershey Park in Pennsylvania ( Most people know Hershey for its scrumptious chocolate or extravagant amusement park, but fewer are aware of the ghostly happenings that employees experience at the park after-hours. In the park’s earlier days, two grisly deaths occurred on the roller coasters– they are rumored to be haunted. Sometimes, the carousel turns on by itself in the earliest morning hours. Imagine… the carnivalesque tinkling sound of carousel music filling the still, dark air)… Last one is Centralia (A raging mine fire burning underneath the city, Centralia is so terrifying that a movie was based on it (Silent Hill)… Sorry I don’t have just one favorite 🙂 Grand Midway Hotel (historic hotel has been in operation for over a century, but is now believed to be a private residence. The owners have been known to auction the rooms for a night, which is enough for some guests to leave the hotel in fear. Staff have reported a wild apparition known to through chairs, push people around and smash bottles. The apparition is believe to be a man who died in a barfight over a century ago. The apparition of a young woman with curly hair has been seen wandering through the hotel and has been known to speak to guests and staff. She is believed to a prostitute who was walled up on the second floor and left to die. The most haunted room is Room #003, where the statue of a nun has been known to move around of its own accord. It has even been known to appear in people’s dreams and talk to them. The other most haunted place to stay is the ‘Canopy Room’, where a defiant female spirit and cold spots have been observed. The final apparition reported is known as the ‘Professor’, who has been seen reading quietly in an office on the second floor).

  7. Meghan Lindsay says:

    Gettysburg Pennsylvania (The Slaughter Pen is an area of Gettysburg’s battlefield that reportedly was entirely covered with the dead and wounded after the battle. It is common for visitors here to see apparitions of soldiers, hear the sounds of battle, and even to be overcome with despair once they enter the area.)… and Hershey Park in Pennsylvania ( In the park’s earlier days, two grisly deaths occurred on the roller coasters– they are rumored to be haunted. Sometimes, the carousel turns on by itself in the earliest morning hours)… Grand Midway Hotel (historic hotel has been in operation for over a century, but is now believed to be a private residence. Staff have reported a wild apparition known to through chairs, push people around and smash bottles. The apparition is believe to be a man who died in a barfight over a century ago. The apparition of a young woman with curly hair has been seen wandering through the hotel and has been known to speak to guests and staff. She is believed to a prostitute who was walled up on the second floor and left to die. A frequently haunted place to stay is the ‘Canopy Room’, where a defiant female spirit and cold spots have been observed. The final apparition reported is known as the ‘Professor’, who has been seen reading quietly in an office on the second floor).

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