Nothing will cause people to look at you funny faster than telling them you have seen a ghost. While plenty of people claim to have seen ghosts at some point, most people dismiss the idea of actual paranormal activity. Even when faced with something that seems inexplicable, most people prefer to believe that there is a rational, reasonable explanation â€“ rather than attributing it to the work of a ghost. For example, a door slamming shut could be caused by a wind gust, and lights cutting out and then coming back on could be a simple electrical problem.
Or, those events could be the work of ghosts. It all depends on your perspective. Many people claim to have seen ghosts, including some people who are considered celebrities. Since it is basically impossible to disprove the existence of ghosts, this is a topic that is left up to each individual to either dismiss or believe in. By definition, no one is wrong in this case â€“ simply because most people donâ€™t believe in ghosts does not make them right.
Below is a list of celebrities who claim to have seen a ghost at some point in their life. No matter what your own personal belief on this topic happens to be, the stories below provide an interesting look inside the minds of famous people.
There are two distinct camps when it comes to Matthew McConaughey â€“ either you love his films and his performances, or you canâ€™t stand them. While the actor himself has proven to be polarizing throughout his career in terms of entertainment value, his opinions on ghosts fall into the same category.
McConaughey claims that his Hollywood home was once visited by an older, female ghost known as Madame Blue. If you are a McConaughey fan, you might see his belief in ghosts as just another reason to appreciate his work and his laid back nature. If you arenâ€™t a fan, however, the ghost stories are just another reason to steer clear.