Halloween is basically here in the Borderland, and we all know that El Paso loves all things haunted, that's why this is something I'm sure many of you will be interested in.

The Concordia Heritage Association will take ten lucky winners, plus one guest each, for a ONE NIGHT ONLY lock-in investigation of the Concordia Cemetery. The lock-in will take place on Saturday, November 27th. This is most definitely a treat for many paranormal lovers, but there is a trick. In order to be one of the ten lucky winners you much purchase a raffle ticket.

Not to worry, though, raffle tickets are only ten dollars each and there is no limit on how many you can buy. You can purchase your raffle tickets through their event page, or you can purchase raffle tickets in person at their annual Dia de los Muertos festival that takes place on November 6th.

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The raffle drawing will be held on stage that same day, November 6th at 7 PM. Winners do not need to be present but must claim their tickets and register by 6 PM, Friday, Nov. 12th. Any unclaimed tickets will be redrawn online Saturday, Nov. 13th, LIVE on the Concordia Heritage Association's official Facebook page.

Winners must be at least 18 yrs old or older, guests of the winner may not be younger than 14 yrs. old. Winning tickets are not transferable and non-refundable. All proceeds go to help the ongoing maintenance and preservation of Concordia Cemetery and the Concordia Heritage Association. The lock-in Investigation will be reserved for winning ticket holders and their guests only. All winners and their guests are highly encouraged to bring their own paranormal and ghost hunting equipment.

This is every paranormal lover's chance to spend a night at the historic Concordia Cemetery and find out if they're really spirits walking among the living. Happy hauntings!

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