Haunt Manor Ticket Giveaway

Haunt Manor Ticket Giveaway

The Contest

In the spirit of Halloween, Brock University's Office of Marketing and Communications is running a second Halloween Facebook contest! Current Brock students will have the chance to win a pair of tickets to Haunt Manor in Niagara Falls.

 

How to play:

Friday, October 25: Visit Brock University's Facebook page and share your scariest story; it can be a frightening dream, a chilling campfire tale, a horrifying haunted house visit, or other terrifying experience. 

Monday, October 28: Visit  Brock University's Facebook page and share your all-time favourite scary movie.

By sharing your story, you'll be entered into a random draw to win a pair of tickets to Haunt Manor: Hayrides and Haunted Houses in Niagara Falls ($30.97 value per ticket). The winners will be randomly chosen on a daily basis. 

Winners can claim their prize by visiting the Office of Marketing and Communications in Mackenzie Chown Complex A 205 between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. 

You must be a current Brock University student to participate.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. By entering the contest, participants fully release Facebook from any liability.

For help and questions, email socialmedia@brocku.ca

 

Winners

Mathew Heon
Natasha Love
Curt Bruinekool
Christine Demunck
Greg Hunter
Bob Janzen
Greta Batten
Cheyanne Nicole Johns
Sam Brocklebank

Haunt Manor

Haunt Manor Hayrides and Haunted Houses claims to be Canada's premier haunted scream park. Attractions include Sinister Woods The Awakening haunted hayride, Body Harvest haunted trail and corn maze, Crypt of Darkness ghost tunnel, The Monster Midway Cafe, The CarnEvil Sideshow, Dark harbour mini putt, and five haunted houses:

  • The Curse
  • Eerie Acres 
  • Chamber of Terror 
  • The Backwoods Slaughter House 
  • Night Feast

 

 

The Legend of Haunt Manor

The Pew family resided on these grounds through the Battle of 1812. The house is more than 200 years old and has been said to be haunted by Samuel "Sam" Pew and his two daughters and son who mysteriously died several years after the way. Read more