7 Haunted Airbnbs to Stay in for Halloween
Ready for your hairs to stand on end? These horrifically haunted Airbnbs will get you in the spooky spirit of Halloween.
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Sweet Organic Pet-Friendly Getaway, Bisbee, Arizona
Located in a small city in the wild west, this gingerbread house may look cute, but it’s been reported to have “repeated episodes of odd, unexplained mischief” inside. The rustic abode is filled with vintage charm, like a 1919 Brunswick phonograph player!
The Stroud House, Wake Forest, North Carolina
Host David and his family have experienced haunted happenings since they took over the home from its original owner, David’s great grandfather, Reverend Stroud, in the late 1990s. Expect dime-sized orbs floating in the dining room, pinches from ghosts, and a music box with a mind of its own.
The Enslin Mansion, Troy, New York
This haunted mansion in New York is the perfect Airbnb to rent in celebration of Halloween. The basement and attic are filled with spooky spirits. Guests report missing keys and mysterious knocks on doors.
The Haunted House, Ontario, Canada
This 1800s haunt was originally owned by Carl Beck and his family. After his wife passed away, he and his eldest daughter, Mary, were left to look after the rest of the children. After Carl died, his estate was divided among his children evenly, except for Mary. She received just one dollar. It’s reported Carl still wanders the house, while Mary stalks him in protest of her inheritance. Spooky!
Inspiration House, Oberlin, Ohio
There’s no shortage of paranormal activity at this Ohio home that dates back to the 1870s. Book it for your Halloween festivities and expect to hear heavy work boots pacing slowly upstairs, scratching on the hardwood floor and musical toys mysteriously playing themselves.
The Haunted Honeymoon Cottage, Jerome, Arizona
Located in the former copper mining town of Jerome, this Halloween haunt is home to the ghost of a grumpy miner, a lady dressed in white and a gentleman with a top hat. The town itself is home to many apparitions, including the spooky spirits of more than 9,000 people who died at the United Verde Hospital.
Rensow Manor Retreat, Rensow, Germany
Owned by a Danish countess, this manor, located in a remote part of northern Germany, is thought to be haunted by the Slavic gods that were once worshipped in the area. Adding to its spooky vibes, some of the rooms are decorated with 17th-century furniture, while many rooms are lit solely by candlelight.