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Death is not in our hands, people die and leave us forever. There are many myths related to death, but you will be shocked to see these celebrities are still living in a corner of this world.
Many people witnessed their haunting presence, so next time if you visit following places make sure you are well prepared to overcome their powerful presence.
Senior Chaney spirit has been seen at Sound Stage 28, place where he filmed 'The Phantom of the Opera.' Visitors can still feel his presence at this place, he appears wearing a cape on the stage and he is also been blamed for the lights going on/ off by themselves, as well as doors that open and close for no reason whatsoever. If you don't believe us then visit this place and you will feel by yourself!
People say ghost reside in the places where people die, it seems to be true in this case. George's ghost still haunts his death place, a movie crew saw his spirit in a superman attire while shooting a documentary at his home. After that, everyone who visited this place felt a ghostly presence in his bedroom. If you ever visit this place, you will feel paranormal activities going in his bedroom.So, visit on your own risk!
Marilyn Monroe Ghost haunts at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, guests of this hotel witnessed her presence in a full-length mirror. A glimpse is shown here. Her ghostly presence was also felt nearby her tomb in the Westside Memorial Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
Thelma Todd's Sidewalk Cafe was initially opened up by Thelma, She was so attached with this place that people can still feel her ghostly presence casually descending the stairs.
Ozzie's ghost is present at his former home. Owners of this house claimed that the faucets are turned on and off as if by unseen hands, doors open and close on their own and the lights will go on and off for absolutely no reason. One of the owner even claims that Ozzie's spirit decided to play a practical joke and flirt with her: one night, she felt the bed covers be moved gently away and felt light kisses on her neck.
Presley spirit is often sighted at Graceland and stagehands in his famous white sequined getup at the Vegas Hilton. Elvis also made a ghostly appearance at the old RCA recording studios, which is the site where he recorded his first hit 'Heartbreak Hotel.' Many workers of this studio have reported strange occurrences such as unexplained noises on the sound system and the lights going out.
Montgomery Clift haunts the Roosevelt Hotel in California. His spirit lurks in Room 928 and even though the room is empty, unexplained noises can still be heard from this suite. The phone is also found off the hook, and the room is always cold. Some visitors have reported that they've felt his presence too; one guest even said that he put a ghostly hand on her shoulder!
Rudolph ghost still haunts his home, Visitors sighted his presence in the bedroom, the hallways, second-floor window and in the stable. He has also made appearances at his beach house in Santa Monica, where he likes to lounge around on the bed and play practical jokes, like knocking on the door. Valentino has also been spotted at Studio Five at Paramount Studios as well as lurking around his grave at Hollywood Forever Memorial Park.
Clifton once said that his mother haunts his house and after his dead he would probably do the same. No doubt this mystery turns out to be true. He made spooky appearances at parties, has been seen in the library of the house and likes to play pranks on non-smokers visiting his former home by covering them in cigarette ash. He gets cranky whenever women sit in what used to be his old armchair - it will make noises and bounce if a female decides to claim it for her own.
After the death of Lucille, the owner of that house witnessed spooky happenings: broken windows, furniture rearranging itself and items that disappear and reappear to be mysteriously found later on in the day. They also claimed that it sounds like there's a party going on in the attic: loud voices are often heard emanating as if they were talking over loud music.