Once: Win A Most Haunted weekend break with The Sun

HERE'S a frightfully good treat for ya!
We've teamed up with ghostly atttractions in two of Britain's top cities - Oxford and Edinburgh - to give away two spooky weekend breaks.

One lucky winner and a guest will be heading to Oxford for a ghost hunting investigation with Living TV's Most Haunted Parapsychologist, Dr Ciaran O'Keeffe.

You'll join Ciaran on one of his famous paranormal expeditions before embarking on a terrifying walk through the city on a Bill Spectre's Ghost Trail.

Don't think that sleep will bring you any respite - you'll be staying in the Oxford Castle Malmaison, a former converted prison that's considered to be one of the most haunted buildings in the UK.

As well as holding prisoners, the castle's been used as a religious site and a royal residence. Great escapes, betrayal and a bit of romance? That's more than enough fodder for some spooky goings on.

You'll want to warm your cockles in preparation for your chilling adventure, so we're throwing in a swanky three-course meal at the castle's restaurant Carluccios.

Lucky winner number two will be visiting Edinburgh to take part in a paranormal tour beneath the city's famous Royal Mile.

The Real Mary King's Close tour will lead you through the creepy underground warren of streets where people once lived, worked and died.

The underground time capsule is just one of the reasons why Edinburgh is considered one of the most haunted cities in the world.

You'll be treated to two nights accommodation at the stunning Malmaison hotel in Edinburgh and a three course dinner.

To stand a chance of winning one of these fantastic prizes, all you have to do is answer one simple question.

Just click the link below and you could be the lucky winner.


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