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FAMOUS CELEBRITY GHOSTS AND THEIR HAUNTINGS!!!

Hollywood and its movie stars provide a rich history in paranormal activity.  Even after death some of these celebrities return for year another ghostly encore.  While some movie stars return in a ghostly fashion, other celebrities are haunted by spirits themselves.



   Best known for his roles in movies such as: "From Here to Eternity", and also the "Misfits" which also starred Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery's spirit is also said to haunt the halls and one room of the Roosevelt Hotel.
   According to some of the staff at the hotel, Montgomery's spirit haunts room number 928.  It was in this suite that Clift frantically paced back and forth as he tried to memorize his lines for the movie "From Here to Eternity".
   Numerous unexplained noises have been reported coming from this empty suite, as well as the telephone being left off of the hook when the room has been unoccupied.
   The Roosevelt is also the site of the very first Academy Awards cer…

THE GHOST'S OF THE WHITEHOUSE-DEAD PRESIDENT'S AND FIRST LADIES HAUNTING ITS HALLWAYS!!!

There is no shortage of haunted houses in America, but perhaps America's most famous house, the one that resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the White House.  The White House was built near the end of the 18th Century, and today it's composed of 6 stories of 132 rooms and 412 doors.  With so many rooms, is it any wonder that some of them are haunted by past presidents and first ladies alike?  The more doors in a house, the more of a chance some of them might open and close on their own.  But who is haunting the executive mansion and playing havoc on our senses of reality?  Most obvious of all, past presidents and their wives are the most frequent haunters of the White House and for some of them their haunting are more memorable than their tenures in office.


    William Henry Harrison's presidency lasted less than 32 days back in 1841, yet his ghost can still be heard, rummaging through the White House attic, 168 years later.  Harrison was the first President  to die …