Celebrities Who Believe in the Paranormal
Have you ever been followed by witches who wanted to steal your sperm in order to make a sacrificial baby? Silly question – we’ve all been there, right? David Bowie certainly has, although the musician reportedly used cocaine throughout part of his career, so it may have been hard to separate the paranormal from the narcotic.
In any case, there was a period of time where Bowie was highly concerned about paranormal activity around him. Fortunately, unlike many of his contemporaries in the music business, Bowie was able to drop his cocaine habit in the late ‘70s and is still alive today likely because of that decision.
Actor Dan Aykroyd has been in many successful films, but one stands out in terms of this list – Ghostbusters. Aykroyd is well-known for his role in the popular movie, but certainly he doesn’t believe that ghosts exist in real life – right? Well, not so fast.
Aykroyd claims to have been visited by a spirit in his Hollywood home at one point, although he says he has never seen an actual ghost. Aykroyd is also interested in UFOs, and his father has published a book titled A History of Ghosts. He may not be actively battling ghosts on a day to day basis as he did in the movie, but it seems Ghostbusters was a little more than pure fiction from Aykroyd’s perspective.
The actress best-known for her work in Star Wars claims to have been haunted by the ghost of a lobbyist who was found dead in her California home. R. Gregory Stevens overdosed on OxyContin in Fisher’s mansion, which was followed by his ghost haunting her for the coming year. This belief was no joke, as Fisher says that the experience led her back to doing drugs.