The truth about Jennifer Aniston’s haunted house


Jennifer Aniston had just moved to California from New York City when she first met her otherworldly roommate. “One of the first houses I rented was in Laurel Canyon and things literally fell off the shelves, the TV and stereo suddenly exploded and the coffee maker started making coffee,” she recalled Harper’s Bazaar in 2017.

Then, in an interview on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” In 2018, Aniston opened up about her initial skepticism about the spooky situation. “Someone said to me, ‘Oh, you have a ghost in your house and you should get someone to clean the house.’ And I was like, oh man, I ended up in Los Angeles. We’re talking about ghosts, ghosts, and a ghost whisperer.”

Despite this preliminary reaction, the actor finally brought in a medium out of desperation. As soon as the medium got to work in the Laurel Canyon home, the bowl containing her incense promptly broke. “We got to the really thick, thick, thick 1975 ashtray that was on the table and then it cracked,” Aniston said. “I was shocked.” According to the medium, the reason for all the spooky activity was that the uninvited spirit appeared to despise Aniston’s human roommate (via youtube).


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