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Last of the Party Favors: Reader’s Choice SCARED! Swag Giveaway

As April winds to a close, so too does the Haunt Jaunts Anniversary Bash. But never fear I have one more giveaway…

I really love the SCARED! crew. If you haven’t checked them out yet, they’re worth the look. They’re fresh, sincere, open-minded and strive to be the best they can be. (I know that last part was a motto from some commercial for something…I don’t remember what. But it fits. They work with everyone and don’t claim to be “experts.” They’re just average Joes and Janes with an above average interest in the paranormal trying to figure it all out like the rest of us.)

So that I don’t get in any trouble with FTC Blog Disclosure guidelines, I’ll state right here and now that Brian Cano did send me a copy of one of their DVDs. (The Grand Midway Hotel Investigation, which I wrote about here.)

However, it has nothing to do with this giveaway. I decided to keep it because I liked it that much. If you want one, you can either buy your own copy or try to win one here.


Speaking of winning, this is what’s up for grabs in the SCARED! Swag Bag:

  • Reader’s choice of one SCARED! DVD (or even CD…it’s your choice!) from their store
  • Reader’s choice of one SCARED! T-shirt or Hoodie from their store
  • A $20 Pizza Hut Gift Card (Doesn’t pizza make good investigation food? And that’s sort of the theme for this giveaway so…)


Leave a comment below naming the allegedly haunted place you’d have the SCARED! crew investigate if they came to your city or state.

You can enter more than once for this one, but each entry must be made separately!

EXAMPLE: If you live in Kentucky and want to enter twice and would suggest both Waverly Hills and Bobby Mackey’s, you’d leave two separate comments –one for Waverly, one for Bobby Mackey’s. Get it?


  • Enter by April 29th.
  • The drawing will be held on April 30th.
  • Yep, it’ll be recorded again to prove I’m really doing a drawing.


Courtney Mroch
Courtney Mroch, otherwise known as HJ's Ambassador of Dark and Paranormal Tourism, is an author, traveler, and ghost enthusiast. When she's not writing, jaunting, or planning her next trip, it's a safe bet you'll find her in one of three places: on a tennis court somewhere, on a yoga mat somewhere, or watching a horror movie somewhere. She currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

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10 thoughts on “Last of the Party Favors: Reader’s Choice SCARED! Swag Giveaway

  1. I live in Colorado…there are so many places I would send them to, hard to choose one. For the sake of sending them someplace they are MOST likely to get something, I would send them to Cheesman Park and the homes around it. VERY haunted! That would rock!

    Thanks HJ for the great giveaway! You rock too!

    Mommy D

  2. oops forgot a place for them to check out…any place in Bisbee would be nice and the bars of Whiskey Row in Prescott. There seems to be lots of activity in both places.

  3. I would be a traitor to my state if I didn’t mention the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, CO. There, now they can’t come and spank me…err…did I mention I was sick and on meds?

    Do you get the feeling that I am gonna use that as an excuse to say weird and politically incorrect things today?

    *cough, cough, sneeze* OHHHH, I think this may be a week long sickness…where are those meds!

    Mommy D

  4. It would be great to get some good hard evidence for Snuffers in Dallas (the one on Greenville). It’s a fun eatery and bar, always packed… except they don’t seat anyone in their back room. Local legend tells of a woman murdered atop a juke box in the back room in the early part of last century. There are many tales from waitstaff of an apparition in the dead of night after the rowdys have gone home.

    Now all this could be just a terrific marketing ploy (which apparently works because I kept going hoping to get seated in the back). Or perhaps there’s something to it. I slipped around the corner once on the pretense of being lost, but sadly, saw nothing.

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