One of America’s most haunted rooms is opening up to the public for the first time since a $37 million renovation — and people are beginning to find out about its macabre history.
Room 311 at Read House in Chattanooga, Tennessee — also known as Annalisa Netherly’s room — has been opened for bookings for every Thursday in October — 3, 10, 17, 24 and Halloween night — for a one-night stay, Fox News reports.
The limited dates mark the only times the restored Room 311 will be available to book this year.
The room is called Annalisa Netherly’s room because a woman by that name is said to “haunt” the premises after — so the debated legend goes — she was nearly decapitated in a bathtub by a former lover (though some suggest she committed suicide in her own jealous rage).
The room, which was home to the legendary 1920s murder and housed Al Capone on his way to his federal tax evasion trial, is available daily for fearless visitors to tour, but it has not been able to be rented since the renovations restored it to its creepy former glory.
“After reading all accounts of haunted Room 311, we knew the best thing to do was to restore the room to make Annalisa Netherly comfortable with no modern amenities. And we are excited to welcome new guests to share her room,” general manager Ken Merkel said in a statement.
“Room 311 looks and feels like Annalisa’s room in the 1920s. There is an AM radio that does not work, a vintage claw foot tub, an original pull chain toilet, antique furnishings, and distressed hardwood floors just like it would have been in the early 20th century and no television.”
Those paranormal accounts reportedly include flickering lights, unexplained noises, ghostly apparitions and running water in the bathroom, according to the hotel’s website.
The hotel also reinstalled the bars over the windows that were put in place when Al Capone stayed in the room.
For those willing to brave the haunt, the limited time “The Read House Haunted Room 311 Experience” package starts at the appropriate price of $666 — $A986 — and will include overnight accommodation, complimentary valet parking, a decanter of bathtub gin, two Annalisa cocktails at the hotel’s Bar & Billiards Room and room service for breakfast — as long as you don’t flee in terror in the middle of the night.
This article originally appeared on Fox News and was reproduced with permission