Many of us would refuse to spend just one night in a creepy location that's said to be haunted - but one brave adventurer is attempting endure 60 days somewhere spooky completely by himself.
Marc Pointud is set to stay in the 'haunted' lighthouse of Tévennec, which sits on a tiny isolated island off the coast of France near Brittany.
Battling loneliness and isolation, he will be the first inhabitant of the mysterious lighthouse in 100 years, which has a dark reputation for sending those that live there insane.
Perched precariously on a tiny island off the coast of Brittany is the lighthouse of Tévennec, which is said to be haunted
Marc Pointud is bravely spending 60 days there, as part of a crowd-funded effort to raise awareness for the mysterious property.
The lighthouse was first lit in 1875, and the first lighthouse keeper, Henri Guezennec, was said to have gone insane from staying in the solitary dwelling.
There have subsequently been 23 guards, but no one has dared to live there since 1910.
The tiny white building is perched on a small, jagged rock, often surrounded by crashing waves, which makes visiting extremely difficult.
Thankfully Mr Pointud is used to dangerous conditions at sea, having spent extended periods sailing.
The lighthouse is said to have claimed the lives of previous lighthouse keepers who stayed on the property.