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Guest Brazilian Pedro Arruda, 27, poses in the bed prior to spend the Halloween night with his mother Monica in Paris' creepy Catacombs amid skulls and bones, in Paris, France, Saturday, Oct, 31, 2015. House-sharing company Airbnb struck a spooky one-off deal with Paris' City Hall to sublet the subterranean ossuaries, the final resting place of 6 million bodies to the winner of a worldwide competition.
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Guest Brazilian Pedro Arruda, 27, poses around the bed he stayed in on Halloween night in 2015. He and his mother shared Paris' creepy Catacombs amid skulls and bones. House-sharing company Airbnb struck a spooky one-off deal with Paris' City Hall to sublet the subterranean ossuaries, the final resting place of 6 million bodies, to Arruda.

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Shareconomy: The Good, The Sketchy And The Law

Taking advantage of a little "what's yours is mine for a price" might go a long way. Sharing is caring, right? Remember this? And this?

But there's always a bad apple in the bunch.

Whether you're planning on captial-hopping across Africa, or you're thinking about renting out your Mini Cooper for a stranger's new friend's cross-country excursion, these stories from NPR and WBEZ will hip you to the sketchy, questionable and ugly side of sharing.
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