Insidious/Blood Energy Potion Spooky Sweepstakes

To say the least, we here at Harcos Labs are incredibly excited about the motion picture Insidious opening in theaters nationwide today.

Being the superstitious folks we are (I mean…heck…we drink Blood for our daily energy and play with a Ouija board during our breaks), things have been getting a little spooky around the office. So spooky, that our marketing dept. has become possessed and are offering our fans a chance to win a 4-pack of Blood Energy Potion and two (2) tickets to see Insidious at a theater near you!

What do you have to do to enter you might say? It’s simple! Just post a comment below about this topic:

What is your personal scariest ghost/supernatural story?

We will stop accepting entries on Tuesday, April 5th at 6pm PST, and notify the winner via email.

While you’re thinking up your scariest ghost story, why not join their official Facebook fan page and check out the trailer for Insidious below? You know, just so you can ensure that you won’t sleep for the next week and a half.

Full Sweepstakes Rules & Regulations Below:

INSIDIOUS/BLOOD ENERGY POTION SPOOKY SWEEPSTAKES
NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE CHANCES OF WINNING
1. SPONSOR: HARCOS LABORATORIES, 1526 14th ST. SUITE 109, SANTA MONICA BLVD. SANTA MONICA, CA 90404 is solely responsible for all aspects of this sweepstakes.
2. ENTRY:You may enter this sweepstakes during the period beginning at 2:00PM April 1st, 2011 and ending 6:00PM April 5th, 2011, by posting a comment on the blog post titled “Insidious/Blood Energy Potion Spooky Sweepstakes” on harcoslabs.wordpress.com. For purposes of these Official Rules, all times and days are Pacific Standard Time.
3. LIMITATIONS: All Entries (Comments) must be posted by 6:00PM on April 5th, 2011. Only one Entry per person. Entries by any other method other than set forth above in Section 2 are void. Only open to persons 18 or older upon entering who are legal residents of, and physically located within, the 50 states or D.C. of the United States (collectively, “Territory”) and not employees of Sponsor, nor members of their households or immediate families. Neither the Entities, nor any of their officers, directors, shareholders, employees, agents or representatives (individually and collectively, “Releasees”) are responsible for Entries from persons residing, or physically located, outside the Territory. Void where prohibited or restricted by law and subject to all applicable federal, state, local and municipal laws and regulations.
4. PRIZES: One (1) GRAND PRIZE WINNER WILL RECEIVE: A 4-Pack of Blood Energy Potion and 2 Ticket Vouchers for Insidious. Any depiction of prizes is for illustrative purposes only. Prizes are not redeemable for cash or transferable. No substitution allowed except, at Sponsor’s sole discretion, a prize of equal or greater value may be substituted. Sponsor will not replace any lost or stolen prizes. The prize cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion or offer Prize elements may not be separated. Only the number of prizes stated in the Rules is available to be won. All prizes will be awarded provided a sufficient number of eligible Entries are received and prizes validly claimed by April 9th, 2011, after which no alternate winners will be selected, nor unclaimed prizes awarded.
5. PROCEDURES: Entries will only be accepted during the Entry Period. On April 5th at 6:00PM, in a random drawing, a potential winner will be selected from all eligible Entries received. Odds of winning depend on the total number of eligible Entries received.
6. WINNER:Potential winner will be notified via email or direct message on April 5th after 6:00pm. At the sole discretion of the Sponsor, disqualification, forfeiture and the selection of an alternate winner may result from any of the following: [1] potential winner’s failure to respond to notification within three (3) days after its transmission; [2] the return of an email notification as undeliverable after two (2) attempts; [3] the return of any other notice or a prize as undeliverable; [4] potential winner’s failure to provide Sponsor with satisfactory proof of age, identity and residency; [5] potential winner’s failure to claim a prize within ten (10) days after it is sent; [7] potential winner’s failure to validly claim any prize before April 4th, 2011 and [8] any other non-compliance with Rules. In the event of a prize forfeiture, the Sponsor may, in its sole discretion, award or not award the forfeited prize to an alternate winner.
7. PRIVACY POLICY/DATA COLLECTION: Information provided by you for this Sweepstakes is subject to the Sponsor’s Privacy Policy located at: http://shop.harcoslabs.com/pages/privacy-policy
8. CONDITIONS:By entering this Sweepstakes, you agree, represent and warrant that: [1] you will be bound by the Rules and the Sponsor’s decisions, which shall be final in all respects; [2] the Entry becomes solely the Sponsor’s property and will not be returned; [3] you release and hold harmless the Releasees from any and all liability for claims, injuries, losses or damages of any kind, including without limitation, death and bodily injury, resulting, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from the awarding, delivery, acceptance, use, misuse, possession, loss or misdirection of any prize; participation in the Sweepstakes or any Sweepstakes-related activity or travel or from any interaction with, or downloading of, computer Sweepstakes information; [4] the prizes are awarded “AS IS” and WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, express or implied, (including, without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose); [5] any winner’s acceptance of any prize constitutes the grant to Sponsor and assigns of an unconditional right to use that winner’s name, address (city and state only), voice, likeness, photograph, biographical and prize information and/or statements about the promotion for any programming, publicity, advertising and promotional purposes without additional compensation, except where prohibited by law; [6] in the event viruses, bugs, unauthorized human intervention, Acts of God, acts or regulations of any governmental or supra-national authority, war, national emergency, accident, fire, riot, strikes, lock-outs, industrial disputes, acts of terrorism or other matters beyond the Sponsor’s reasonable control, corrupt, prevent or impair the administration, security, fairness or proper play of the Sweepstakes, so that it cannot be conducted as originally planned, Sponsor has the right, in its sole discretion, to modify the Rules or to cancel, modify, terminate or suspend the Sweepstakes; and in such event, to select winners by such method as Sponsor in its sole discretion shall consider equitable; [7] the Releasees are not responsible for typographical or other errors in the offer or administration of this Sweepstakes, including but not limited to: errors in the advertising, Rules, selection and announcement of the winners and distribution of the prizes; [8] any portion of any prize not accepted or used by any winner will be forfeited; [9] the Releasees are not responsible for any inability of any winner to accept or use any prize (or any portion thereof) for any reason; [10] the Sponsor has the right, at any time and at its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual it suspects to be doing any of the following: (a) tampering or attempting to tamper with the entry process or the operation of the Sweepstakes; (b) violating the Rules; (c) violating the terms of service, privacy policy or other terms, conditions of use and/or general rules or guidelines of any Sweepstakes property or service or (d) acting in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner, or with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass any other person; or for any other good cause as determined solely by the Sponsor; [11] all disputes, claims and causes of action at law or in equity (individually, “Claim”) arising out of or relating to this Sweepstakes, the meaning or interpretation of the Rules or any prize awarded shall be resolved by applying the laws of California, without regard to conflict of laws provisions therein, and shall be solely and exclusively brought in the state or federal courts within that state; and [12] Sponsor has the right to modify prize award procedures at its sole discretion.

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27 Responses to Insidious/Blood Energy Potion Spooky Sweepstakes

  1. lizkitty says:

    When i was in highschool, my mother and i shared a cellphone. after about a year she eventually got her own and gave me the one we were sharing. This phone was 4 or 5 inches tall, without pulling up the antenna, and a couple inches wide. my friends would joke with me asking, “did you bring your house phone to the mall?” it was a sprint dinosaur. it worked though, and i was grateful for that.

    every once in awhile it would give me problems, i always chalked them up to the fact that it was over 10 years old. sometimes i would get phantom voicemails of white noise, without anyone calling me. they would just show up on my screen.

    then the little girl called. i didn’t recognize the number. she would call and leave me voicemails looking for her daddy, she sounded like she was 7 or 8. she would beg and whimper on the phone, “please, please” she would say. “please daddy let me see you, where are you, can you hear me”. i thought if i just ignored the calls she would stop. maybe she had the wrong number, maybe it was a joke.

    when the calls didn’t stop i called the number back. it went to an answering machine at a car repair center. everytime i tried to call back i got the same answering machine, i couldn’t reach her, she could only reach me. thoroughly creeped out i had my boyfriend answer the phone the next time she called. he had tears in his eyes by the time he hung up. he said when he told her he wasn’t her daddy she cried. he said she must’ve had the wrong number. after that i never had a call from her again, but every once in awhile i would still get a random white noise voicemail.

  2. Peter Vario says:

    The events I am about to chronicle are true. I lived it. It concerns a house that was haunted and I was called in to cleanse it. Personally, I don’t find it all that creepy, but others found it terrifying.

    The short about me is I am an artist and artisan, and at the time, I was making armor for renaissance fairs. I am also a Wiccan priest and I am good at what I do.

    At this time I was working a fair in New Jersey and as usual, I was dating a local girl who also happened to be a practicing witch. One day, she tells me that a couple of friends of hers are afraid their house is haunted, and they are worried because the activity seems to be centering around their 2 year old daughter. She wants me to see if there is anything I can do, so I agree to take a look. Now, to be honest, I have checked out a lot of “hauntings” and 95% (or more) of the time it’s really no more than the active imaginations of the people involved so I go into this not expecting a lot. Me and the young lady I am dating, Christine, arrive and it’s one of them neighborhoods where all the houses look alike in almost a gated community sort of setting.

    We’re hanging out for a couple hours and they tell me all things that are supposedly going on. Frankly, I don’t really recall the details, and at the time I didn’t really care that much. It was the usual kind of stuff ya hear; shadows in the corner of the eye, the daughter saying she’s seen people in her room…The usual stuff.

    At one point we clearly hear foot steps over head. Not a dull “thump thump thump,” but actual heel to toe foot steps. Now, there is one room up stairs and the only way in or out is up a single flight of stairs, so as soon as we hear this and I see the look on the couples face, I bolt up the stairs as fast as I can, and there is nothing (sadly no furniture either hehe) but an empty room: bare wood floors and nothing else. Well, okay… I’m convinced they have something, so I prepare to perform a cleansing ritual.

    I have everything I need and I ask them to leave me alone for 15 or 20 minutes so I can meditate. When I am ready they come back and I have them lead me on a tour of the place and I cleanse each and every room starting at their daughter’s room. When I have the whole place cleared I go outside to seal the place so the spirits can’t return.

    Now this is the part I love about this. See, it was a really beautiful night. and as soon as I sealed the first window, a wind picked up a little. As I did the next window and door it had picked up to a pretty strong wind. With each of the next 3 windows, the wind got stronger and stronger, so by the time I was about to seal the last window the wind was whipping my shirt.

    Now, it’s obvious, (to me at least) that something is really pissed that I’m doing this, so I’m laughing maniacally, and of course everyone else is kinda freaking out a little. Well as soon as I sealed the last window, the wind just died.

    This convinced me I had won but I think it freaked everyone else out more. I recount this story mainly because of all the legitimate hauntings I have dealt with, this was the only time that I had an effects show worthy of a Hollywood production.

    I’m not really scared of these things. I know how to handle them and it isn’t really all that hard, but it did frighten the others around me at the time.

  3. Osvaldo De La Fuente says:

    When I was about sixteen years old I made a ouija board out of glass for a friend of my named Laura who I was very fond of. The night I was done I went to bed wondering if this thing would actually work. That was the night of my very first night terro. It felt as though I was being held down by some strong force! I struggled to move but nothing worked… I couldn’t breathe. The sound coming from the ouija glass was the sound of that thing you put your hands on that moves over the letters, it was spinning out of control! Just then I felt a strange presence lift me up from the bed. My poor little brother on the bunk above me was sound asleep and didn’t have a clue I was floating right towards him. My nose pressed against the unsanded wood frame of the top matress as my heart raced at an unusual rate. I was helpless… suspended in the air with nothing to do but accept whatever fate was about to befall me. Just then that thing on the ouija glass flew across the room hitting over my Beatles music collection and my body dropped! I inhaled as someone who just got saved from drowning would and and opened. My eyes to a most horrible fright. This face that looked as though it was put together with puzzle pieces made out of skin was staring right into my eyes. Before I had a chance to react it quickly pulled away into the darkness, laughing. Was it a dream? I looked over at my old Beatles albums all over the floor and knew it wasn’t. There was a tenderness on my left arm. I looked down to see burn maeks in some foreign, egyptian looking language. Later, my friends and I investigated this writing and learned it was the name Fatima… wheb telling my brother a few days later about my markings, he told me he saw me sitting in the corner as though I was possesed lighting the end of a metal coat hanger and burning my own arm!!! True story

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