Halloween is almost here, and we just heard about an experience that’s to die for. (Sorry, I have to make that joke at least once during October.) But seriously, all you ghost-loving American Horror Story fans listen up – this one’s for you.

This Halloween weekend, the infamous Murder House from AHS season one will launch its first ever live-stream event. From dusk on Thursday, October 29 until sunset on Sunday, November 1, 15 cameras will livestream the 10,000-square foot home.

You’ll need to buy a ticket to get access to the livestream. But that ticket might come with a huge bonus – a few ticketholders will be randomly selected to actually go into the Murder House itself. Six people (two each night) will get to spend the night in the Murder House basement. Others will be chosen to participate in a paranormal investigation or the first-ever séance at the home.

Besides the 3-day live stream, ticketholders can also catch daily programming with guest speakers. They’ll discuss everything from exorcisms to near-death experiences. The current owners of the Murder House, Dr. Ernst von Schwarz and Angela Oakenfold, will participate.

Dr. Ernst von Schwarz and Angela Oakenfold, current owners of the Murder House
Dr. Ernst von Schwarz and Angela Oakenfold

For those unaware, the Murder House is an actual property in Los Angeles. Its current owners say paranormal activity in the home is a day-to-day occurrence. In fact, Dr. Von Schwarz and Oakenfold experienced unexplained noises their very first night in the home. They called the police, who after investigating the property officially documented the incident as “ghost activity.”

Tickets for the Murder House livestream cost $25 and go on sale October 20. The event will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Baby2Baby charity.

You can also check out a preview of the livestream here.

Want More To Stream This Halloween?

So, looking for more scares this Halloween? We’ve got you covered. Check out THS’s Fright-A-Thon for more recommendations on what to watch.