You don't have to be a ghost hunter to appreciate a little paranormal activity come October 31. It's the one time of year when everyone craves an experience that will either give them goosebumps or scare them silly—and these Airbnb rentals just might deliver both. That's right: You won't be the only occupants. So if you've always read about or taken tours of haunted houses, then you can now level up by booking these haunted Airbnbs. Just don't come crying to us when things go bump in the night during your stay.
Even though this looks quiet and quaint, legend has it that the room for rent is home to a young girl from the 1890s who is often seen floating around in a yellow dress. It's the ultimate haunted Airbnb, if you ask us.
But don't worry: The hosts say she's very shy, which is why this private room rental (for $115 per night) is a safe bet for people only interested in interacting with nice ghosts.
There's a reason this was voted "most mysterious house" in Saint Paul, Minnesota: It's guarded by a doberman named Scotch and has a dark and ominous exterior.
The host says ghost hunters will feel right at home in the private bedroom rental, which can be yours for only $72 per night.
This Savannah, Georgia, was built back in 1799 and now it's prime real estate on the trail of ghost tours in the city — it was even part of the set for Robert Redford's film The Conspirator.
Inside this Yorkshire in the United Kingdom is a "madness chamber" that is over 600 years old and (if you're into medieval spookiness) is something definitely worth traveling for.
Though, we have to say, the living area is quite stylish. You can stay in this abode for $157 per night, we just hope you can forget about this apartment's past once the sun sets.
If the decor in this in Great Dunmor, United Kingdom isn't enough to creep you out, then the unexplained murmurings coming from the walls will certainly do it.
It's designed to look like a seven-year-old Edwardian child's room and even comes with a throne all for $194 per night.
This is located in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and was used as a hospital after the Battle of Gettysburg. As a result, the home is allegedly haunted — but the hosts promise the ghosts are friendly.
The room costs $105 per night for a stay in a home that is filled with many people — most of whom aren't living.
If you're willing to travel to Moscow, Russia, you can stay in this castle, which has its own ghost that appears weekly at midnight.
The home comes with two swimming pools — meaning, even if you're not into paranormal activity, it's still worth considering.