World’s Most Terrifying Bedroom with Halloween Buried in Airbnb
World’s Most Terrifying Bedroom with Halloween Buried in Airbnb in Paris. Are you brave enough to spend a night with Halloween buried in Airbnb in Paris? So, far it is believed that, the most terrifying bedroom on earth with more than six million human skeletons in an offer from Airbnb. Located south of the former city gate, the Catacombs of Paris contain the remains of millions of Parisians transferred there progressively between the late 18th and mid-19th centuries as City graveyards were closed due to public health risks.
For most people, this is the stuff of nightmares, the world’s largest grave a catacomb beneath Paris. Hence, for one night only, two brave people will be able to stay in the macabre master suite for free, but before that, they must be proved their courageousness.
The evening will entail a private tour of the labyrinth of Skulls, and bones and an intimidating culinary experience to the sound of violins and a bedtime storyteller who will read some catacombs legends before the pair sleep alongside the remains of Jean de la Fontaine, Charles Perrault, and François Rabelais.
Therefore, Airbnb paid up to 350,000 euros to privatize the tunnels October 31 which are visited by more than 500,000 people a year. However, the house rules section on Airbnb, which lets people rent a room or full home, warns visitors to ‘respect the catacombs as you would your own grave.
Though, for a chance to be the first people to wake up alive in the catacombs, contenders must write and submit to Airbnb’s page a story of 100 words maximum in English or in French explaining why they’re courageous enough.
The Country Manager Nicolas Ferrari, of Airbnb, said: After the unbelievable night in a ski lift 2,700 meters above the ground last year in Courchevel, Airbnb is now sending you 65 feet under Paris. Hence, our travelers are always on the lookout for original experiences, and what could be more exclusive for Halloween than spending a night among the bones and ghosts below Paris? Source: Dailymail