Disciple of Marduk
- Aug 24, 2001
- HM The Tower of London
I was referring to the subject in general terms, not specifically your post.Nah, no pictures. These things happen when they feel like it so you'd spend your life trying to get a photo.
Nobody would believe us anyway!
Besides, we're not bothered about proving anything.
https://www.realestate.com.au/news/cate-blanchetts-home-a-haunted-english-manor-house/The Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett and husband Andrew Upton have bought a house with a sordid past – and it’s not just any haunted house. The manor was once a squalid drug den painted with witchcraft symbols.
No, you did not read that wrong. Cate has shacked up in a famously haunted house that has been a drug den, a meeting place for pagans and a hide-out for criminals. And she paid $6.25m for the privilege.
Aussie actress Cate Blanchett treats herself to a very haunted house:
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Cate Blanchett's home a haunted English manor house
There are even photographs that show a pagan pentagram, commonly used for seances or wicca magic, painted on the floor at the time.
Cate has shacked up in a famously haunted house that has been a drug den, a meeting place for pagans and a hide-out for criminals. And she paid $6.25m for the privilege.
Sounds like Bermondsey when I was growing up, but you would have got the whole manor for that sum back then
Dench says that in real life she probably has seen a ghost. She is reluctant to discuss it. People will think she’s gone daft. “But I remember being at [the actor] Michael Dennison’s memorial, which was at the Haymarket theatre, early in the morning. And I was walking down the stairs to the stalls and saw somebody in a black tailcoat run down in front of me. And then at the bottom there was nobody there at all.” She pauses. “But a lot of people say they’ve seen ghosts at the Haymarket, or at theatres all over. Ralph Richardson was certain that he did. And it makes perfect sense to me. There’s always a lot of spirits in the theatre, I think.”
He's kind of a bullshitter about stuff like this, I think. He, obviously, used to be a big UFO believer. I don't think he is now though - too down to earth.Listening to Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters interviewed on the radio about his new album, and he mentioned he once lived in a haunted house (in Los Angeles, I think?). He said though he wasn't the sort to go all paranormal investigator, he was sure there was a presence there, other people sensed it, strange things happened... but he didn't say what they were! Obviously he was on to talk music, but he could have delivered an anecdote or two, you would have thought.
So if you ever meet Dave, ask him about the haunted house and report back here.
He's kind of a bullshitter about stuff like this, I think. He, obviously, used to be a big UFO believer. I don't think he is now though - too down to earth.
Joan Rivers had a story of living with a poltergeist ,"Mrs Spencer", she grew fond of her and wasn't afraid to talk about it.