Share Your True Ghost Story for the Chance to Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card

Want a $25 Amazon gift card? Submit your true ghost story for the chance to win.

The rules are simple and identical to the giveaway I ran before. Good luck, and be sure to check out the true ghost stories the last Amazon contest generated!

Terms and Conditions:

  • To enter, just submit a true ghost story of at least 100 words using the form linked above. You may also email me at Please include the state or country where the paranormal event took place.
  • The entry period begins Friday, August 24th and ends on Friday, September 7th.
  • At the end of the contest, I will select a random number. The entry corresponding to that number will win a $25 Amazon gift card (to be delivered by email). For example, if I select the number 15 and your story is the 15th entry, you win.
  • You must provide an email address so I can send you the gift card if you win. I will not use the email address for anything else.
  • By entering, you agree that I may use your story for this blog. I will not use identifying information of any kind.
  • You may enter every day as long as you share a different true ghost story each time.


2 thoughts on “Share Your True Ghost Story for the Chance to Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card

  1. A Plea for Help:

    I knew as soon as I moved into the house I wasn’t alone. After awhile I figured it was a child because my Mickey Mouse things would disappear for awhile then reappear in silly places ( like the kitchen counter ) and things would get moved, such as clothes, books, jewelry, etc. I knew the animals knew there was something there just by how they acted. Most of the activity took place in the basement and the bedroom ( which when the house was built was probably the Parlor). I had an old kitchen table in the basement by the laundry area, that was there when I moved in, that I used for folding & sorting clothes on. I went down there one night to put clothes in the washer, set the basket on the table & saw a green card sitting there. There were no teeth marks on it so I knew none of the cats had found it & was playing with it. I put the clothes in the washer, went back upstairs & said to my husband at the time, ‘where’d you find this green card?” His reply was, ‘what green card?” I showed it to him & he said he had never seen it before. The hunt was on! I had my mom and friends help me investigate the house & the previous owners. We looked at deeds, wills, old phone books, you name it, just to come up with names. I kept arriving at deadends. The card was run through a Social Security computer…no results found. I finally went to INS and told the lady, ‘you can either believe me or think I’m crazy, but this is what’s going on’ & told her all about it. I told her I knew she couldn’t tell me much about the little girl ( Helena is her name ) but could she at least tell me if she was alive or dead. She looked in her computer & said, ‘well this is weird…’ I just laughed beause I had heard that many times before! She told me the records went back 50 years but there was no record of her in there. I am CERTAIN Helena was a war orphan and was murdered by whoever adopted her, and in that house. I still have all the info on her and when I moved I told her I would never forget her and would keep on trying to give her some peace! Writing this story reminds me of how sad I still feel that I wasn’t able to help her as much as I wanted, but I will never give up on my search for her killer!

  2. When my husband and I were first married, we bought a lovely home that was over 60 years old. My husband worked night shift so I was often home alone. On several occasions I would be lying in bed and feel someone sit on the bed. I never felt threatened. I told my husband and of course, he thought I was nuts. Some time later when we were talking with our neighbor, we learned that the original owner of the home had died there. I am convinced that he was watching over me on those nights that my husband couldn’t.

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