3 Celebrities Who Lived in Real-LifeHaunted Houses

3 Celebrities Who Lived in Real-LifeHaunted Houses


While actors often star in movies featuring haunted houses and things that go bump in the night, these three famous folks claim to have lived in haunted houses with ghost encounters in real life.

Jenna Bush Hager: Ghostly piano music

There are plenty of tales of ghosts in the White House, and according to the daughter of George W. and Laura Bush, it’s more than tales – it’s true! Jenna says that when she was living in the White House, she experienced a number of unexplainable events.

“It was in college when people would call late so the phone rang and I woke up and all of sudden we heard 1920s piano music,” Jenna said on The Kelly Clarkson Show. “It was the middle of the night and you could feel the music coming out of the fireplace.”

“We tried to talk ourselves out of it,” Jenna added, referring to sister Barbara. “We jumped into each other’s beds, terrified. It was definitely terrifying.”

Matthew McConaughey: A ghost named Madame Bleu

Actor Matthew McConaughey says a ghost lived in his Los Angeles house that was named Madame Bleu. He wasn’t the only one who detected her presence, he told ScreenSlam.

He claims that, for weeks, everyone who came to his house said the same thing: “There someone down in that hall, there’s somebody down in that hall.”

McConaughey says he would always reply, “I know.” But he was determined not to let the ghost drive him from his home.

“I was not even under the influence and she was there,” McConaughey says. “She wasn’t that happy, it didn’t seem like she was going to be much fun to hang around or have in my house, so I went ahead and stood my ground.”
“I opened the door and said: ‘You can move around all you want but I’m not going anywhere.'”

McConaughey says he made the decision to stand his ground and the ghost eventually departed.

Demi Lovato: An invisible friend named Emily

It’s already well known that Demi Lovato is a firm believer in the supernatural, UFOs, and extraterrestrials. But her beliefs started earlier than we knew.

The singer told BuzzFeed that the house she grew up in Texas was haunted by the ghost of a little girl, who became her invisible friend.

“My house in Texas is so ridiculously haunted,” Lovato said. “Not by a bad spirit, but a little girl. I think her name is Emily.”

“I’ve had a medium come over and ghost hunters, and they both told me the same name, Emily,” Lovato stated. “There were so many times that I saw her when I was growing up. I saw her in my closet one time.”

“When I was 3 years old my mom caught me talking to something by myself,” Lovato recalled. “She [my mom] asked, ‘Who are you talking to?’ and I said, ‘My best friend Emily.’ She’s playful. She’d probably be around 11 or 12 years old, maybe younger.”