Alton Towers will be offering half price entry to guests with special names for two days this month.
People called Molly (Molea, Moleah, Molee, Molei, Moleigh, Moley, Moli, Molie, Mollea, Molleah, Mollee, Mollei, Molleigh, Molley, Molli, Mollie) or Lee (Lee, Leigh, Lea, Leah, Lei, Ley) will be allowed to visit for half-price on April 27 and April 28 as part of Staffordshire Day celebrations.
The offer is a nod to the notorious Molly Leigh, a Staffordshire woman who was accused of witchcraft and also features in the new Alton Towers Dungeon.
James Walker, from Alton Towers Resort, said: "We are proud to be located in the heart of Staffordshire and looking forward to celebrating Staffordshire Day again in a unique and fun way.
"The new Alton Towers Dungeon gave us a great opportunity to delve into the history of Staffordshire and it goes without say that the legend of Molly Leigh really struck a chord.
"We wanted to use the theme of Staffordshire Day to further highlight Molly's story and do something memorable for our guests visiting over the celebratory weekend."
To claim half-price entrance to the theme park on April 27 and April 28, guests must bring along photo ID, with their full name, to the ticket sales and collection point and quote ‘Molly Leigh’. Full terms and conditions can be found at www.altontowers.com/terms-and-conditions