5 Spooky Houses You Can Actually Rent on Airbnb

5 Spooky Houses You Can Actually Rent on Airbnb

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You’ve probably been to an interactive haunted house or Halloween event with your friends where you get spooked, but at the end of the day you can rest assured knowing that it was all a show. But if you want to really get spooked for Halloween this year, you can convince your friends to go with you on your freakiest adventure yet.

These Airbnb listings have been called “haunted,” “mysterious,” and “chilling,” and they can all be rented for under $200/night. Are you brave enough to give them a try?

5 Haunted Houses You Can Rent on Airbnb:


1. Parks-Bowman Mansion: The Haunted Bedroom

Located in New Orleans, this creepy space can be yours for $115/night. The listing states, “Don’t worry, our ghost (a young girl in a yellow dress from the 1890s) is very shy; you probably won’t see her.”

2. Historic Civil War Farm House

The David Stewart Farm is located in Gettysburg, PA. According to the listing, the farmhouse and barn were used as a civil war field hospital after the Battle of Gettysburg. It states that the owner will “be your only “living” host, but there are many others who reside here.” But don’t worry–it says they’re all friendly…

3. “Fairytale” House in the Mountains

This Crestline, California home was built in 1957 and features “black walls, a unicorn, oddities, tarot cards, and rooms filled with creativity and good energy.” The owner says it’s a place where you can be “your truest self,” and it’s friendly to “any mind expanding experiences you want to have.” Hm.

4. The Manor, Master Chamber

Located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, this estate was once voted “The Most Mysterious House,” and for good reasons. It was built in 1883 and can be rented out for weddings OR rituals. Freaky!

5. Laura’s Cottage

This 18th century cottage is located in Savannah, GA was used in Robert Redford’s film “The Conspirator.” Built in 1799, the cottage is even part of the town’s ghost tour.

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