There's a few reasons you might not want to spend a lot of time in the ghost house, and it's not because it looks spooky. It'd be because it was a funeral home (and before that a school and before that a prison. Talk about bad juju). The house, located in France, was transformed into its present state by artists Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus with a thick coat of polystyrene and paint. Dubbed the Gue(ho)st House--for guest + host--the dwelling serves as an art center and commune (the hosts) and is open to visitors and artists (the guests). Very different types of hosts and guests compared to those of the building's past. To read more about the project, do the click here.