England's Churches Conservation Trust is offering people a chance to spend a night in a historic church for around $100/night in what sounds like a flimsy set up for a horror movie. (We're just assuming that most historic English churches are haunted by something or other—it seems like a fairly safe bet.) Weburbanist describes the appeal of the activity as "sort of like sleeping in a museum exhibit," and considering what happened to Ben Stiller when he tried that (three times) we can only imagine what comes to life after dark in St. Mary the Virgin, located "in England's smallest and least-populated town." We'll stick with the Scottie Pippen sleepover.
· Church Champing: Spend a Night in a Historic British Chapel [Weburbanist]