Campbell reportedly purchased the ticket for $200 in Jamaican money, and took 54 days to claim the winning ticket. Along with wearing the mask, the person reportedly wore gloves, a long coat, and trousers to hide their identity.
Identified only as A Campbell, the victor of Jamaica's JM$158.4 million Super Lotto arrived at the Spanish Court Hotel in Kingston looking like he was more ready for a Halloween party than anything else. "My head hurt me for three days because I was thinking so much".
Last month, a man in Iowa won $1 on a scratch ticket and drove all the way down to lottery headquarters and insisted on being paid out with a massive novelty cheque.
Winning the lottery may seem like a dream come true, but the fear of getting robbed after that? "I haven't found it yet, but I'll be looking for one soon", he said.
Campbell said his life was hard, but he noted that it will change after winning. So I'm looking at things that can turn over the money.
Previous lottery winners in Jamaica have worn animal masks or emoji masks.
She noted: "People have been coming with their own disguises".
Gray said she wants to invest in the community.
"I found out [I won] the same night", he said. Super Lotto that is played in the Caribbean.
He told the Jamaica Star that he plans to buy "a nice house". The "Scream" mask is also known as the "Ghostface" mask.