Think You’ve Got The Guts To Sleep With Six Million Dead Bodies This Halloween?

This is the most twisted AirBnb we've ever seen...

What are you doing for Halloween this year?

Trick and treating with little ghosts and witches? Drunken house party dressed as a sexy cat?

If this is all sounding a little old, how about spending all hallows eve underground in the world’s largest mass grave…

AirBnb is renting out the catacombs in Paris, which holds six million human skeletons within its walls, to one lucky (depending on your outlook) person for one night, on October 31st.

Guests will “journey to the center of the earth and learn about the hair-raising history of this mysterious subterranean labyrinth,” according to the room’s Airbnb page.

“Satisfy your thirst for adventure in the sprawling network of skulls and bones.”

“Next, savor a dazzling culinary experience while enjoying a private concert in the most incredible acoustics under the earth.”

Whoever stays in the tunnels will get a tour of the catacombs, as well as a lesson on their urban legends.

Satisfy your thirst for adventure in the sprawling network of skulls and bones

Then they will sleep alone with the remains of Jean de la Fontaine, Charles Perrault and François Rabelais, along with around six million other souls.

The house rental company reportedly paid 350,000 euros to privatise the entirety of the famous tunnels for the night.


This creepy room is free to whichever person can convince the company in 100 words that they are brave enough to take on the challenge.

If you think you’ve got the guts required however, time is running out as the offer is only open till midnight tonight!

So have a go!

If you’re successful, remember the adhere to the AirBnb house rules however, and ‘respect the catacombs as you would your own grave…’


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