A few lucky fans will get the chance of an afterlife-time to stay in a “Ghostbusters”-themed firehouse.
Specifically, they’ll have the chance to experience a three-night Halloween-time stay, from Oct. 28 to 31, in an immersive recreation of where the crew from the still-iconic film first studied and restrained the spooky specters.
And in honor of the year the movie debuted, it will cost just $19.84 per night.
Located in Portland, Oregon, the private two-bedroom, three-story firehouse will be available to book on Oct. 21 at 10 a.m. Pacific time. It will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Built in the early 1900s, the stay includes all the comforts of home with a full kitchen and multiple living quarters.
Meanwhile, “Ghostbusters” features include a scientist-approved Ghost Containment System and a Dark Room where guests can develop and analyze photos of the Scourge of Carpathia.
The pantry is also stocked with “StayPuft marshmallows and cheezy crackers,” according to the listing.
All of Egon’s essentials, including smoking Ghost Traps, a P.K.E. Meter, Proton Packs, Aura Video-Analyzer, and even an Ecto-Containment Unit are available throughout the firehouse.
In addition to the shelves of ghostly gadgets and ready-to-wear flight suits, no “Ghostbusters” station would be complete without Janine’s desk — and ringing phone — and an ominous 7-foot Vigo painting watching from the wall.
To book, go on Vacasa.com, which teamed up with Sony Pictures to bring the firehouse to life.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.