We received seventy-five entries from clever Fake Adders who correctly identified the ad for the Hunted House on page 67 of the October Observer.

“Love this month’s offering, ‘Fall is for Halloween and Deer Season,’” writes Judy Taylor. “Very clever, Czar. Our minds read haunted even though it says hunted house. This one really had me cackling! Put on your camos, grab your broom and fly over there today.”

“Hi! I found the Fake Ad,” writes Abhi Parekh, “for the hilarious ‘Halloween and deer season’! [September winner] William Loh’s last name is in Lohr Road.”

“Talk about a scary combination of activities, pumpkin carving and target practice,” writes Keith McConnelly.

“Yikes, wouldn’t want to get mistaken for a deer during pumpkin carving or other fun Halloween activities!” writes Chrissy Postema. “And how serendipitous that last month’s winner’s name is camouflaged in a real AA street name.”

Ken Koorhan was chosen as our winner. Ken, please let us know where you’d like to take your gift certificate.


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To enter this month’s contests, email backpage@aaobserver.com or write us at our new address: PO Box 1187, AA 48106. All correct entries received by noon, November 10, will be eligible for our random drawings. Winners receive $25 gift cards or certificates to any business advertising in this issue.