WIN Two Free Tickets to Fright Nights!

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Your pal Clean Plate Charlie has two tickets to Fright Nights, the annual haunted house extravaganza at the South Florida Fairgrounds.

These tickets would normally cost ya $15 apiece, but he'll give them to you at the low, low price of absolutely free!

The tickets give you access to the three haunted houses on display: Freakers (based on childhood fears and the creepy

things that used to crawl out of your toy box), Hex (based on the

witches and gypsies of Baton Rouge), and Hollow Hill (a home for the

criminally insane). If you're not trembling too much and you want to

play any midway games, you can pay for those a la carte.

NOTE: These tickets are ONLY good on Thursday October 20 or Thursday, October 27.

To win, tell us a Halloween-related joke below in the comments section. (Be sure to include your email address when you log in, or in the comment, so that we can notify you of you win.)

We will pick a winner at midday Tuesday.

Follow Clean Plate Charlie on Facebook and

on Twitter: @CleanPlateBPB

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