Do you love to feel scared?

Airbnb is offering up some of the spookiest spots in the world available for rent this Halloween — and you'll, appropriately, only pay $31 per night (plus fees).

The sale starts Wednesday and includes eight different haunted rental properties available on the site, which renters can reserve for a stay from Nov. 1 to Nov. 3.

The available spots include the Cisco Post Office and Pace Bros Shack in Cisco, Utah, which is essentially the entirety of a haunted ghost town once inhabited by Cold War hero and uranium entrepreneur Charles Steen, who is said to roam the property to this day, looking for uranium. You could also stay in Inspiration House in Oberlin, Ohio, filled with musical toys that play on their own and ghostly footsteps on the stairs, or Gettysburg Historic in Aspers, Penn., which is said to be still inhabited by the original homeowner, a Confederate soldier. There's also the Manor Master Chamber in St. Paul, Minn., where a young girl died of typhoid fever in the 1900s and never left, according to the host, or for a typical ghosts-in-the-attic experience, you can venture to The Enslin Mansion in Troy, New York, where the ghosts will play tricks on you. You can also get pranked by ghosts at The Stroud Forest in Wake Forest, N.C., where you may get pinched by spirits or surprised by a music box that plays on its own.

If you want to venture out of the United States, there's the appropriately named Haunted House in Ontario, Canada, where a ghost bitter about her father ignoring her inheritance still roams the halls (along with her father as well). You can also rent the Rensow Manor Retreat in Rensow, Germany, where the partially candlelit home is occupied by Slavic gods who walked the land 1,200 years ago.

The bookings are first-come, first-serve and apply only to overnight stays on Nov. 1 and 2.

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