Turn your little monsters into front page news this Halloween

It’s the spooky season and we’re embracing the pumpkin spice, the woolly jumpers, and hiding under the blankets with a good horror film.

But for the little terrors it’s all about donning the cape, grabbing a broom and bagging as many sweets as they can.

While we can’t promise this year’s Halloween is going to be the same as others, that doesn’t mean it can’t be just as fun.

Whether you’ve got a little witch in the family, a precious pumpkin, a fangtastic vampire or a marvelous mummy we are now offering you the chance to turn their creative costumes into a digital front cover.

You can choose from any of our national and regional titles including the Liverpool Echo, the Manchester Evening News, the Mirror, the Star or even OK! Magazine.

Once you know which publication you’d like, the rest is easy. All you need to do is fill in this form and we will take care of the rest.

An example of what your digital Halloween front cover could look like
An example of what your digital Halloween front cover could look like

To begin with, you will need at least one clear picture of your Halloween horror. It may sound obvious, but make sure what you pick is good quality (the larger the better), and that your spooky sensation is centre frame.

Next is your chance to really settle into the editor’s seat, as you will need to craft a headline so it fits within the front page text box. You’ve got space for around 38 characters on your front page, but if you are struggling some good examples that fit include ‘Peek-a-BOO! It’s [NAME]’s first Halloween’ or  ‘Ghostly goings on reported at the [SURNAME] family house’.

If you can’t think of the perfect line, no problem! Write a message and we’ll put one together for you.

You are nearly there then. We need to take a few final details from you and then you can pay through Paypal.

Our commitment to you is that we will send you a JPEG of your front page within 24 hours by email (although there is a slight delay over weekends).

With that, you can print out your cover and frame it, so that you have a spooky memento you can bring out every October.

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