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Spend the night in ‘Hell’ when you rent this sinister Airbnb in Michigan

This supremely spooky tiny house is only booking stays during three nights in October.

Morgan Olsen
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Morgan Olsen
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Welcome to Hell. No, not the hell that is 2020—we're referring to Hell, Michigan. The self-appointed town mayor, John Colone, wants to invite you to spend the night in his lair—a spooky but beautifully appointed tiny house located just outside of Pinckney, Michigan.

The eternally damned property will go live on Airbnb on Wednesday, October 14 at 12pm EST, offering up just three one-night stays on October 18, 21 and 24. The one-bedroom home and access to the grounds go for $31 per night.

The lucky souls who secure a night in Hell will be greeted by a pumpkin-lined path to the Mayor's Lair, which is decked out in red velvet curtains, plenty of skulls and gold accents. Just outside of the tiny home, guests will find an outdoor dining table, a fire pit and an outdoor screening area for watching spine-tingling flicks in the dark.

"In the morning, you’ll count yourself as one of the rare few to visit Hell and live to tell about it—and even better, next time someone tells you to 'Go to Hell!', you can say you’ve already been there!" the host writes on the listing. "And I’ll present you with a spooky souvenir, so you can remember this helluva good time forever."

Take a look around the property and set an alarm for October 14, when this tiny house goes live for a ghoulishly limited time.

Airbnb Hell House
Photograph: Courtesy Airbnb
Airbnb Hell House
Photograph: Courtesy Airbnb
Airbnb Hell House
Photograph: Airbnb
Airbnb Hell House
Photograph: Airbnb
Airbnb Hell House
Photograph: Airbnb
Airbnb Hell House
Photograph: Airbnb

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