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Spooky season is just around the corner, and if you want to well and truly terrify yourselves, you can now book to stay in the original house from Scream.
Located in Tomales, in northern California, the property is preserved from the film's original production a whopping 25 years ago.
This includes the knife marks on the door...
"Step back in time circa 1996, where you’ll be instantly transported to the town of Woodsboro and all the mischance that surrounds it," the description reads.
"You and up to three guests can stay the night (if you think you can handle it)... Ghostface has returned to terrorise our town, so we’ll need to be careful to avoid any encounters (we all know he loves to make an entrance)."
As a guest at the house, you'll experience: the chance to explore the Scream house in all its original glory; a movie marathon featuring all four of the movies; a phone line for if you "dare to reach Ghostface directly — but watch out, he might just call the house, too."
There'll also be plenty of snacks provided and the chance to take home Scream memorabilia!
It seems the stay will be hosted by David Arquette, who played Deputy Dewey Riley in the films, with the listing explaining: "As the local sheriff, it’s my duty to be your host to keep everything under control for your stay at the Scream house. What could possibly go wrong?
"In honour of Scream’s 25th anniversary and the upcoming 2022 film, face your fears and stay the night where Ghostface’s terrors began."
The house has just one bedroom, but sleeps a maximum of four (two in a queen bed and two on a double mattress).
Guests can book for just one night only, for a stay on 27th, 29th or 31st October.
Booking opens at 1pm (EDT) on 12th October - or 6pm in the UK - so if you fancy trying to bag a stay you'll have to be quick!
You can view the Airbnb listing here.
Topics: TV And Film