First sCare Charity Auction: Own a Piece of Halloween Franchise History
There are two things true about horror fans ... One: We love this stuff to an insane degree and would do anything to nurture our obsession. Two: We have really big hearts. Now there's a way to put both of those facts to work for one hell of a good cause.
The sCare Foundation has set up its first charity auction that will enable you to own a piece of the Halloween franchise history. That's right, kids! You can bid now on an authentic screen-used Michael Myers mask worn by actor Brad Loree in the 2002 film Halloween: Resurrection (images below). The mask comes directly from the producers behind the iconic horror series and is signed by director, Rick Rosenthal, complete with a certificate of authenticity.
All other screen-used masks have been destroyed or sit in private collections, making this rare piece of memorabilia a must for Halloween fans.
The proceeds for this item benefit The sCare Foundation. It cannot be resold or re-auctioned and is in the condition as donated. Additional shipping charges may apply based on the winner's location.
Pretty nifty, no? Want something cool but don't have cash like that? sCare knows this all too well and has another way for you to get some free swag just by taking a minute of your time. Simply head on over to The sCare Foundation online and sign up for their mailing list. Each week beginning this coming Monday (August 22nd), they will pick a random person who has signed up for the list, and said winner can procure anything from T-shirts to signed posters to tickets to upcoming exclusive events!
Now that's badass! Click here to find out what The sCare Foundation is all about.
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