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Roswell Ghost Tour's Ghost Story Contest!

Roswell Ghost Tour's Ghost Story Contest on Facebook!

ANNOUNCING....Roswell Ghost Tour Ghost story contest on Facebook!!!

We all love a good ghost story, so as Halloween season approaches, let's hear them! We'll have a contest running in two separate categories. 

Category 1: True Paranormal Experiences

Your REAL unexplainable paranormal experience should be written in 300 words or less, and does NOT have to be an experience that occurred in Roswell. Please clearly state whether this was a real experience that you or someone you know had, or if this is just a spooky ghost story. Submit your stories through either the Group or Fan page (links provided below).  (Editor's Note: the word limit has been changed from 100 to 300.)

Category 2: Spooky Ghost Story

Your spooky ghost story should be told in 100 words or less, and also does NOT have to be centered around Roswell. Please clearly state that this is not a true experience, but just a spooky ghost story.  Submit your stories through either the Group or Fan page (links provided below).

The seven Roswell Ghost Tour guides will come together and pick three of our favorites from each category, then we will list them on both the Roswell Ghost Tour Group page.

The sole winner from each category will win four official Roswell Ghost Tour certificates ($60 value) that may be given away as gifts or redeemed for themselves! No expiration date and it's a year-round tour!

We will choose our six favorites (three from each category) on Oct. 21, then post them on both Facebook pages for public voting. Our two winners will be announced on Oct. 30!

Please share this contest on your Facebook page for us so that we can get a lot of great stories! If you'd prefer to remain anonymous, feel free to inbox us your story. We will NOT publish your name publicly (upon request), even if you win.

Happy Haunting!

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Dianna Avena October 01, 2012 at 12:39 PM
Stories can be up to 300 words, not 100!
Christine Foster October 01, 2012 at 04:14 PM
Thanks Dianna, I've updated your blog to include the increased word count.

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