Hey there friends and neighbors, enemies and family, welcome to Eritas Daily’s newest poll! We have discovered that deep in the countryside of West Virginia lies a home that is like no other. First of all, it houses exactly 41 people in its 34 rooms, most of which are currently available for rent which is extremely reasonable. Second, they are listing some of those rooms on Airbnb and they are about to go available. Third and finally, while in this home, every day is Halloween. Now, without asking any other questions, how much would you pay to live in this house?
We asked a few of the people already living in the house to tell us what it is like in order to give you a better impression of where you might soon be living. Then we can get down to financials.
Stacy, 24. You know, at first I thought living in a house where it is Halloween every day would be a lot of fun. I mean, I love Halloween as much as the next gal, but when you are faced with the reality of having kids knocking on your door every day, it starts to get old quick. I have spent so much of my disposable income on candy, it’s actually somewhat out of control. So, budget for that.
Jackson, 19. Yeah it’s a pretty chill house, a little strict on the chores, but you know, there is a lot of blood to clean up on a pretty consistent basis. So, take that with a grain of salt.
Marissa, 36. I’ve lived lots of different places, all around the world, but I have never seen anything like this. When they say every day is Halloween, they actually mean it. Like, time doesn’t pass. I’m not sure what day you think this is, but to me it is Wednesday, October 31st and tomorrow it will be Thursday, October 31st. It’s really annoying. But the rent is cheap, so I’ll probably stay for a couple more years.
Jacoby, 29. I don’t get it, I don’t question it, I just go with the flow. Every day is Halloween? Sure. I’m supposed to share a bunk bed with a ghost? Cool. A fiend ate all of your cheese? That’s life, baby!
Lilith, ???. I ate the cheese. It was me.
Barrabas, 11. I came through a portal at the bottom of a well and ended up in one of the rooms. I had recently run away from home, so this was like the perfect scenario for me.
So, what do you think? $1,000 a night? Let’s negotiate.
This was penned in a simpler time, before the Coming Days.