Saturday, August 10, 2013

New Giveaway! Have You Read Stillwell: A Haunting On Long Island?

Things that go bump in the night. An unexplained image slides in front of your face.
Things move around in your home on their own. What do you do?

Well, you could run to the nearest Home Depot with the gift card that you just won from Michael Phillip Cash and buy some flashlights.

That's right! Michael Phillip Cash is giving away a $100 gift card and a signed copy of his book Stillwell.

Will it be you that shoos away those paranormal "guests"? Enter today and find out.

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Disclosure: Michael Phillip Cash is responsible for prize shipment. Away We GO and the author are responsible for shipment. The giveaway is for US only and not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube or any other social media outlet. Giveaway ends August 25, 2013. Winner will have 48 hours to respond to an e-mail sent or an alternate winner will be chosen.

12 comments:

  1. I have not seen or heard anything but would be interested to hear something.

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  2. yes, I have when I was a teen, at Bartonville IL (State Hospital)

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  3. My sister and I have gone ghost hunting, and taken some pretty creepy photos, but that's it.

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  4. no i havent and i hope i never do!

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  5. I have not encountered any paranormal but it would be interesting!

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  6. When you do- it's really life changing! I had a reading with a medium that was just like the one in the book. I went in as a skeptic, and I came out knowing I had participated in something incredibly awesome!

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  7. I swear my parents house is haunted, I thought this all growing up when I was a kid. The house creeks, it sounds like someone is walking around. Come to find out years later, someone had passed away in MY room before my parents bought the house! Creepy o.O

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  8. Yes, I have. When I was a child, my mother and I lived with my grandparents as a caretaker to both. I'd been watching TV when my dog started growling at the doorway between the kitchen and the the dining room, her tail tucked low. She wasn't the neurotic sort taken to growling at everything, and my dog rarely showed fear. I got up, looked around, and nothing was there. I later told my mom about the incident, and she said that every dog that my family had owned did that at some point, witnessed at various times over the years. The creepy part? My grandma had once seen a shadow of a man at that archway, though she didn't feel afraid; she figured that it was her father, who'd died when she was a baby. (She saw similar figures when she was a toddler, watching over her.) After my grandma passed away, no dog has growled at "empty air" in our household.

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