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Will you be able to sleep alone in a haunted house on a dare?

Asked by mazingerz88 (25018points) December 1st, 2019

Let’s assume the house is really haunted.

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Yes. I would make new friends. Last week my apartment was haunted and I asked for them to leave me alone and they left.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

My sister in law wants me to spend the night at Chillingham Castle
That won’t happen.

mazingerz88's avatar

^^Not even with a promise of a cash prize in the morning?

kritiper's avatar

Easy as pie, a snap!

Vignette's avatar

Is it your version of haunted house or the one in my head?? If it is my version, no freaking way. Last house on the Left, the Shining or Evil Dead kind of haunted house no problem.

zenvelo's avatar

I slept in a haunted hotel. The Queen Anne Hotel is well known for being haunted. I didn’t get a prize; I paid for two night’s stay!

cheebdragon's avatar

I lived in a “haunted” house for about 5 years, it’s not so bad.

longgone's avatar

I couldn’t sleep in a strange house by myself. So “really haunted” or not, no way.

Patty_Melt's avatar

At least three places I lived were haunted.

KNOWITALL's avatar

Maybe. I’d need to gauge the energy myself to be sure.

ragingloli's avatar

Depends on what it is haunted by.
If it is haunted by Bill Cosby, or a Priest, then no.
But alleged ghosts, goblins and demons, bring it on.

ucme's avatar

I might be persuaded to stay the night, but fat chance of any sleep due to the fact I’d be soiling my knickers on an hourly basis.

tinyfaery's avatar

There is no such thing as a haunted house.

Coolhandluke's avatar

There’s no ghosts so, sure.

Jonsblond's avatar

Where do I sign up?

MrGrimm888's avatar

I wouldn’t have a problem with it.
I might enjoy it….

seawulf575's avatar

Sure. I can pretty much sleep anywhere, any time. If the ghosts want to scare me, they will have to wake me up first and prove there is something to be scared of.

Dutchess_lll's avatar

As long as I’m warm and comfy, why not?

PaisleyFaye's avatar

I get asked this question A lot because I live 20min away from the Amityville Horror House….Hmmmm ill pass. That house has spent most of its time (on the Market)!!!

mazingerz88's avatar

^^Read the novel as a kid…only at daytime….sitting out front my Grandfather’s house gate by the side of the road so there will be people around me…lol

Jonsblond's avatar

^I love the novel. I still have a copy.

mazingerz88's avatar

^^Yes it’s great. For giving kids trauma. Who puts flies on a page? lol

“George looks up and sees eyes at the window…Jody…”

GET OUT!!!

( Yikes! )

Dutchess_lll's avatar

JODIE!!! DAT YOU AGAIN?? Stop that shit because I have to be up in 2 hours to be to work, and I’m pretty sure my boss won’t accept “There was a pig floating outside my second floor window!” as an excuse to be late.

RabidWolf's avatar

Yes, I would be ble to. I think it would be interesting as well as fun.

NoMoreY_Aagain's avatar

Let me just mimic a Johnny Carson audience from back in the day: “How haunted is it?”

NoMoreY_Aagain's avatar

And don’t tell me it was so haunted that the spooks yelled out Bob Villa to Get Out! when he tried to paint over the bleeding walls.

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