You can spend a night in Hell, a tiny Michigan community, in October

HELL, Mich.—Want to spend a night in Hell? Hell, Michigan that is.

John Colone, the self-proclaimed mayor of Hell, Michigan, is temporarily offering up a private room in a tiny house dubbed the “Mayor’s Lair,” according to the listing on Airbnb.

Guests who stay at the Airbnb will have a chance to be the town’s mayor for a day, but the title is completely ceremonial, according to the unincorporated community’s official website.

The property boasts a fire pit, outdoor movie screen for scary movie viewings, a Gothic sitting area and more.

Starting October 14 at 12 p.m. EST on Airbnb, Michigan residents will be able to request to book their turn as Hell’s Mayor during one of three individual, one-night reservations, according to Airbnb.

The reservations will take place on October 18, 21 and 24 and each night will cost $31 plus taxes and fees, Airbnb said.

If you can’t spend the night in Hell, there’s also a diner, saloon, ice cream shop, chapel, and even mini golf.

Hell is located in Putnam Township in Michigan’s Livingston County.

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