LOBSTER MINI SEASON: Who Will Die and Where?

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Lobster Mini Season starts next Wednesday at 12:01am. In an effort to draw attention to the fact that this is a dangerous annual event that almost always ends in death or critical injury, BocaNewsNow.com is sponsoring our first annual “who will die and where?” contest.

We hope that no one wins.

But if you can guess either who will die first or where the death will take place during the 48 hour mini-season, you’ll win a BocaNewsNow.com T-Shirt. And let’s be clear: while we hope no one wins, we also hope that the closest anyone comes to guessing correctly is a general location (off the shores of Delray Beach, for instance) because if you truly guess the name of the first victim, we suspect the police may want to have a conversation with you.

Here’s how to play:

Enter your answer in the comments section below. We will not be making these comments public, but we’ll have them. Leave your email address. If you win, we’ll let you know and send the highly coveted BocaNewsNow.com t-shirt your way.

If you are diving or otherwise taking part in Lobster Mini Season, please be careful. As one expert told another media organization this morning — it’s important to not be so excited that you forget about things like checking the air in your tanks.

Good advice.

Be safe.

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