Trick or Treat

No tricks whatsoever, we’re giving away some ghostly treats today! Take a look at the Grand Prize, courtesy of CCI Entertainment and Tundra Books:

The grand prize is a sturdy “Ghost Trackers” duffel bag (imagine going trick-or-treating with this) and a copy of Ghost Trackers.

This bag will fit all your ghost tracking tools and it even includes a shoulder strap and small mesh bag.

In case you don’t win the Grand Prize, we’re also giving away 5 copies of Ghost Trackers so that you can learn to be the ultimate ghost tracker this Halloween! Here is more information about the book:

Ghost Trackers: The Unreal World of Ghosts, Ghost-Hunting, and the Paranormal
Written by Chris Gudgeon & CCI Entertainment
Paperback | 80 Pages | Ages 9+
ISBN 9780887769504

Inspired by the hit television series “Ghost Trackers,” this ghostly tome invites readers to explore the mysteries that haunt us all: ghostly histories, how to equip yourself to explore a haunted house, the latest on what the scientists think. All this and much more is packed into this fascinating book.

In the world of Ghost Trackers, kids who are interested in ghosts and the paranormal search for answers to the questions we all have about the afterlife. Full of stories of sightings, both ancient and recent, and information about becoming a ghost tracker, this book demands to be read and shared. After all, who knows if ghosts are evidence of life after death or if they are simply a natural occurrence we are yet to understand?

What do you have to do to enter, you ask?

  • Please leave a comment below telling us if you were to see a ghost, who would you want it to be, and why?
  • The staff at Tundra will decide on their favourite response and that person will win the Grand Prize.
  • The 5 Ghost Tracker book winners will be chosen at random.
  • We will ship to Canada and the U.S.A. – so keep in mind you will need a Canadian or American mailing address to receive the prize.
  • The giveaway closes on October 29, 2010 at 11:00 am EST.
  • Please read our giveaway rules here.

28 Replies to “Trick or Treat”

  1. When I read the question the first name that came to mind was Edgar Allen Poe. I have no idea why! As I pondered (weak and weary ha ha!) on the question further I have to say he’d make an excellent ghost. He was pretty creepy alive, imagine how he must be dead?? Maybe he might pass on some writing that he didn’t get to do when he was alive too…that’d be pretty nice.

  2. When I read the question, the first answer that came to mind was my grandfather. Then I thought well maybe I should pick someone famous. But no, I will stick to my orginal answer. There is no one I would rather see.

  3. I would want to see my grandmother since I didn’t get a chance to say goodbye. Then I could tell her about my children (if I win they get the prize)

  4. If I could see a ghost I would want to see my father. He passed away over four years ago and I still miss him. I still dream about him. The other night I dreamed he came back… from Hawaii. I guess I still can’t believe he is really gone. I am going through a difficult time right now (financially, physically, emotionally) and Dad was always my strong support. I sure could use his support right now.

  5. I think I would like to have a chat with Terry Fox if I were to see a ghost. He has been such a huge Canadian icon and I remember cheering him on as he ran down the street past my elementary school when I was young. I would tell him how much his efforts have helped in fighting cancer and raising awareness.

  6. I would like to see the ghost of my mother. I miss her very much and would really enjoy a chance to talk to her again and hear her laugh.

  7. My son says he would want the ghost to be Leo Tolstoy so he would have a chance to meet him, and since he is Russian, another reason ( son is currently addicted to all things Russian) He would like to ask him questions as to how they lived in that time and all things Russian.

    He could use the bag to use in his travels in the future to Russia…

  8. I would like to see a ghost of anything; however, I would like to see said ghost at an unexpected time. I think the thrill of seeing something unknown at an undecided time (and that sudden feeling of shock and surprise) trumps any person, whether famour or not.

  9. I would love to meet Shakespeare’s ghost. I have a lot of questions, like, “did you really write all those plays?”

  10. I would like to see La Llorona because there is a big debate at the elementary school where I work whether she is real or not. It would be nice to solve the debate–plus the kids would think I was really cool to have survived meeting her!

  11. I would like to meet the ghost of my g,g,g,great grandfather. No one in our family knows who he was. It would be so wonderful to know the origins of my family, who we were and where we came from.

  12. Please leave a comment below telling us if you were to see a ghost, who would you want it to be, and why?
    honestly depends

    if i could pick a non famous ghost My granmother why woudl i wanna see her again id like to show her how iturned out and how she wa sthe cornor stone of my like and made me who i am id want to sit down and ask her all the tings u want to know as a kid and neve r get to ask while maken notes of that wisdom id love to see her face one more time really so i dont think id pick a famous person if i did it would be maryln Monroe just because id wanna ask how she really died but id skip all of that for aday with my grammas ghost

    Im in the USA

  13. I would love to see Edgar Allen Poe. Got to see Poe House this summer and have so many questions for him! Not to mention I love his work.

  14. Right now I would say it would be my Mom so I could tell her how much I appreciated her as a Mom because I didn’t get a chance to tell her when she was alive. Also so I could show her the wonderful little hellions she has as grandchildren. She never got to meet them and I think she would get a kick on how much stress they put me through ; 0

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