Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Ellen Degeneres thinks her house is Haunted

ELLEN Degeneres is having problems at home — with a ghost.

The talk-show titan — who hosted Sunday night’s Academy Awards — recently moved into a $40 million mansion, and is convinced it’s haunted by its original owner, who died there in 2009.

“The house had been remodeled, so Ellen thought it would have no trace of the former owner,” a source told the National Enquirer.

“But she was wrong. Within a few nights of moving in, Ellen started hearing random noises, including foot­steps and doors opening and closing.

“Then, in the middle of the night, she heard a woman’s faint cry.

“Ellen is totally freaked out.

“She hasn’t had a solid night’s sleep since she moved in.

“She said she’s never been a believer in ghosts or spirits, but she doesn’t have any other explanation for the mysterious sounds and voices.”

The 13,000-square-foot mansion was built for real es­tate developer Sidney Brody and his wife Frances in 1951. It’s located in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood next door to the famed Playboy Mansion.
Brody died in 1983. His wife, a renowned art collector and philanthropist, passed away in the house at age 93 after a long illness.

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