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Miley Cyrus, Keanu Reeves, and Other Celebrities With Ghost Stories

Miley Cyrus and Keanu Reeves have something surprising in common: Both celebs have terrifying ghost stories. And these two aren’t the only ones to share their scary experiences. Here are six real ghost stories from famous people.

Keanu Reeves and Miley Cyrus | Neilson Barnard / Getty Images for LACMA; Neilson Barnard / Getty Images

Miley Cyrus

For the stages of her European tours, Cyrus had an apartment in London so she didn’t have to live in hotels. Her place was a building that used to be a bakery. According to Cyrus, the place was so haunted that she had to move.

“I’ve had really crazy dreams and really scary things and one night my little sister was standing – it sounds crazy to tell you – but she was standing in the shower and suddenly I hear her screaming,” she said to Elle. “I ran in there and the water was kind of too hot, but it was still … It wasn’t like the water had just changed, the knob had turned, but she hadn’t turned it and it burned her.” “

However, this was not the scope of their experience. One night Cyrus saw a boy crouching on the edge of her sink and swinging his feet.

“Liam [Hemsworth] had an experience, my mom had an experience, we all had these crazy experiences and it was terrifying, ”she said.

Cher

Cher in a black dress and Sonny Bono in a red vest and pants.Sonny Bono and Cher | Gunter Zint / K & K Ulf Kruger OHG / Redferns

Cher has a slightly sweeter ghost story. The singer believes her ex-husband Sonny Bono is haunted her house. As of Today, she described this belief during a Reddit Q&A.

“I love ghosts,” wrote the singer. “I actually think Sonny lights a light. I have a nice chandelier that turns on the light when it is impossible there is no electricity. I love ghosts, I prefer ghosts to some people. “

Matthew McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey told Screen Slam that he had encountered a ghost named Madame Bleu at his Hollywood home.

“She wasn’t that happy, it didn’t seem like much fun hanging out with her or having her in my house, so I went on and stopped,” he said. “I opened the door and said, ‘You can move as much as you want, but I’m not going anywhere.’

He also said that guests at his home would comment on the ghost.

“For weeks everyone who came into the house said the same thing: ‘There’s someone down there in this hallway, there’s someone down there in this hallway.'”

Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling in a tuxedo.Ryan Gosling | Jeff Kravitz / FilmMagic

Although Ryan Gosling said he doesn’t believe in ghosts, he has a scary story from his youth. The actor was living in Ontario when he saw a man in the house.

“He just sat,” Gosling said to Esquire. “And I knew from a young age that he was also a ghost. He scared me. I told my mother, but she couldn’t see him. Nobody could. And I’ve learned to live with it. “

However, his family soon became aware of the supernatural presence.

“Then, a few years later, she thought she had seen him, then my cousin saw him almost immediately, and then my uncle. And we were out in a relatively short time. “

Lucy Liu

The ghost story of Lucy Liu has become a Hollywood legend. In 1999, the actress told Us Weekly that she had sex with a ghost.

“Some kind of spirit came from God knows where and loved me,” she explained.

She added, “It was pure bliss. I felt everything. I’ve reached a climax. And then he floated away. “

Keanu Reeves

According to Reeves, as a child he saw a ghost who lived in New York City.

“Renata, [our] Nanny is in the bedroom, my sister is sleeping, she’s over there, I’m hanging out, ”Reeves shared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. “There was a door and suddenly this jacket beckons through the door, this empty jacket – there is no body, no legs, it’s just there. And then it disappears. “

Reeves said he wasn’t afraid of the ghost because he was so young.

“I was a little kid and I thought, ‘Okay, that’s interesting,’ and I looked over at the nanny and she … [looked terrified]. And I think, ‘Oh wow, that was real.’ “

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