You Can Celebrate Halloween by Staying In the Spookiest Airbnb in Hell, Michigan

published Sep 30, 2020
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What’s more frightening than late-night scares from your favorite fit for the classic films themselves—and the self-proclaimed mayor of Hell, Michigan, is making that possible by listing the Mayor’s Lair rental on Airbnb.

The listing has a spooky design just like you’d imagine, complete with a bed fit for the “queen of the damned,” a cozy fire pit to keep guests warm at night, and an outdoor movie screen to binge-watch all of the Halloween classics. With safety being the top priority, only local Michigan residents in the same household can book a night, and the listing will be cleaned per the Airbnb’s Enhanced Cleaning Protocol and Pure Michigan Pledge.

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“I am the biggest Halloween fan in the world (and the underworld), so I hope that our little slice of paradise can fill fellow Halloween lovers with all of the frightful chills and spooky sensations of the season,” John Colone, the self-proclaimed mayor, said in a press release.  “And to our guests and soon-to-be Mayors, I trust you’ll find that there is no place more welcoming than Hell on Earth—we can’t wait to show you a helluva good time!”

Located 20 miles northwest of Ann Arbor, the small town of Hell is surrounded by 400 acres of campground and a chain of lakes ideal for a fall getaway. Guests can explore everything the town has to offer, from grabbing a meal at the Hell Hole Diner, to taking a stroll through spooky trails. Enjoy a game of golf at their Putt Putt mini-golf course, or purchase a lock from Screams Souvenirs from Hell & Halloween, to lock your love on the Locks of Love Bridge. 

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Reservations open on Oct. 14 at 12 p.m. EDT. on Airbnb, and Michigan residents will be able to book the spooky listing for a one-night stay on Oct. 18, 21, and/or 24. As a wise sheriff once said, “It’s Halloween, everyone’s entitled to one good scare”—this sounds like the perfect place to start.