Enter the 2016 Frightfully Cool Halloween Contest

It’s the spookiest time of the year. Halloween is around the corner and that means we’re kicking off our 2016 Frightfully Cool Halloween Photo & Video Contest! From now until November 7, show us your spookiest and most creative Halloween decorations using dry ice for a chance to win $1,500! Learn more and enter now at www.frightfullycool.com

Don’t forget to share your photos and videos on social media with #FrightfullyCool! For more dry ice tips and tricks this Halloween, follow Penguin Brand™ Dry Ice on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Meet our guest judges:

Roy Wooley Special Effects Artist and Fabricator, Netherworld Haunted House


Roy Wooley began his career as a special make-up effects artist and fabricator in 1997 after moving from his small hometown in Alabama to Atlanta, Georgia. His first opportunity to hone his skills was working for Netherworld Haunted House, a nationally renowned Halloween attraction that is sponsored in part by AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” During Roy’s second year at Netherworld, he headed up the make-up department and began building original masks, props and costumes. In 2000 he started working on local independent films, which eventually led to work in major motion pictures like “Halloween II.” Roy is probably best known for competing on Syfy’s hit reality show “Face Off,” in which special effects make-up artists compete to create the best sci-fi- and horror-inspired looks and prostheses. In season three, Roy made it to the top four contestants and was given the title, “The King of Fabrication.” He returned for season five, “Rookies vs. Vets,” where he made it in the top three. Currently, Roy stays busy traveling cross-country conducting workshops covering topics from make-up to fabrication and working on productions such as “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay,” “Constantine,” “Captain America: Civil War” and “Sleepy Hollow.” For more information, connect with Roy on Facebook and Twitter

John E. L. Tenney Paranormal Podcaster, Lecturer, Author and Investigator


John E. L. Tenney is one of the most well-recognized investigators of paranormal/occult phenomena in America. Mr. Tenney has been actively involved in the field of occult, paranormal and conspiratorial research for almost three decades. His columns, spanning the fields of UFOlogy, hauntings and conspiracy theories, have been printed in magazines and newspapers world-wide, and he has lectured to numerous public and private schools, universities, organizations and clubs. It is estimated that over the past 25 years, more than 70,000 people have attended one of Mr. Tenney’s signature “Weird Lectures.” John is the author of more than a dozen books and due to his extended time in paranormal research, he has acted as a consultant for numerous companies including, but not limited to, Discovery Channel, History Channel, A&E, Fox, SyFy, The New York Times, NBC and ABC. He hosts the paranormal podcast Realm of the Weird which Real Detroit Weekly named the best Podcast in Michigan for four years in a row. Learn more on Facebook.

KyL T. Cobb Jr. Paranormal Expert, Author and Chief Investigator, Great American Paranormal Society


KyL T. Cobb, Jr. is an adventurer, a historian, a paranormal investigator, a demonologist and an author. Having explored 58 countries and studied 22 religions, Cobb is an expert of unraveling the unknown and applying his precise historical research methods to uncovering the full genealogy of the paranormal. Cobb released his paranormal textbook Ghost and Demons: The Lost Things and its sequel, Forgotten Lore as well as Ghosts and Demons: The Truth of the Bell Witch. From Egypt to the jungles of Guatemala, there is scarcely a pyramid in the world that Cobb hasn’t climbed or explored. Cobb has spent time in the homes of shamans and watched Mayan Sun Death rituals as a welcomed guest and is regarded as an international specialist and lecturer on the history of demonic cases around the world. He has been a featured speaker at Dragon Con, Scare Fest, and Paranormal Con. Learn more on Facebook.

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