6 People To Overnight In The Basement While Others Can Watch On A Three-Day Livestream
You can stay in the actual house this Halloween.
The owners are opening it up to the public for the first time for three days, Thursday thru Saturday, Oct. 29-Nov. 1. Six fortunate (or unfortunate) people – two per each of the three nights – will be able to stay overnight in the terrifying basement, all while being live streamed to the world while a doctor monitors their vital signs and psychological condition.
It’s part of a three-day livestream that will feature 15 cameras set up in the 10,000-square foot home, which is in Los Angeles, for the full 24 hours a day. So if you don’t care to stay or don’t win the opportunity, you can still experience the chills virtually.
Here’s details on the livestream; keep reading for ticket details:
- Tickets are $25 for all three days
- The first-ever paranormal investigation will be carried out by Exorcist Bishop James Long, who has appeared on “Ghost Adventures,” “The Possessed,” “Gates Of Hell,” “Exorcism Live!” and “Portals To Hell”
- Famous psychic and white witch Patti Negri from “Ghost Adventures” will lead the houses first-ever seance
- Michelle Belanger, vampire expert and acclaimed author who has been seen on “Paranormal State,” “Portals To Hell ” and “The Real Vampire Files” will delve into the haunting world of the occult
- Prolific historian and Halloween expert Lisa Morton will take us on an exploration of the history & traditions of Halloween
- Tarot expert Sasha Graham will explain the world of tarot and one lucky ticket holder will get a virtual reading live on air
- Energy healer Satish Dholakia will give advice on how to protect yourself from negative energies and unwanted evil entities
- Psychiatrist Dr Waguih Ishak will discuss the addictive nature of horror and the pathology of fear
- Homeowner and cardiologist and Professor Dr Ernst von Schwarz will delve into the history of medieval torture techniques
Tickets are on sale now at www.themurderhouse.com. In addition, a commemorative t-shirt for the event will be on sale on the website. A portion of proceeds from the event will be donated to the Baby2Baby charity.