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  • Harry Houdini on Random Celebrity Ghosts As Famous In Death As They Were In Life

    (#7) Harry Houdini

    • Dec. at 52 (1874-1926)

    Renowned escape artist Harry Houdini could not escape death's clutches, and now he is apparently shackled to this mortal coil. He died from a ruptured appendix on October 31, 1926 - what a day to go out!

    Houdini's ghost is rumored to haunt the Hollywood mansion where he was thought to have lived or at least visited during his life, as many in the Laurel Canyon neighborhood claim to have seen a spectral man matching his appearance. However, it now seems unlikely that Houdini had any association with the mansion. The haunting remains a mystery. 

  • Joan Crawford on Random Celebrity Ghosts As Famous In Death As They Were In Life

    (#10) Joan Crawford

    • Dec. at 73 (1904-1977)

    Joan Crawford's daughter has claimed that she and her mother lived in a house that was already haunted. So, when Crawford died of a heart attack on May 10, 1977, it seems as though she joined the ghost party that was already raging.

    Apparently, Joan and the other ghosts spend their time starting fires and trying to burn the house down. According to the book Hollywood and the Supernatural, an exorcist was even hired to clear the home of malevolent spirits, and she referred to Crawford's home as a "place of conspicuous negativity," calling it an "Astral Central."

  • Lucille Ball on Random Celebrity Ghosts As Famous In Death As They Were In Life

    (#8) Lucille Ball

    • Dec. at 78 (1911-1989)

    Lucille Ball's ghost likes to party - you could even say she likes to have a ball! The I Love Lucy star died at age 77 from a ruptured aorta following open-heart surgery. But nothing keeps a good ghost down.

    The owners of Ball's house in Beverly Hills have complained of sounds coming from the attic, such as voices that sound as if they're talking over loud music. Seems as if Lucy has some ghost buddies over that she's having a blast with up there. They've also mentioned supernatural happenings like furniture moving about of its own accord and household items disappearing and reappearing in different places.

  • Jim Morrison on Random Celebrity Ghosts As Famous In Death As They Were In Life

    (#5) Jim Morrison

    • Dec. at 28 (1943-1971)

    Another member of the 27 Club and former lead singer of The Doors, died in a bathtub in Paris on July 3, 1971, from heart failure, in what is widely believed to have been an overdose. But it seems that his ghost traveled all the way from Paris to Los Angeles where he's been seen in the bathroom of Mexico Restaurant Y Barra, which was built where The Doors's preferred recording studio once was.

    Unfortunately for ghost hunters, the restaurant closed in 2010. Morrison's ghost was also apparently photographed near his grave in Paris, France, in 1997.

  • Orson Welles on Random Celebrity Ghosts As Famous In Death As They Were In Life

    (#12) Orson Welles

    • Dec. at 70 (1915-1985)

    Welles completely changed the face of cinema and has haunted film students for decades through Citizen Kane Film Studies screenings (though in a far less ghostly sense). But since he died of a heart attack at the age of 70 on October 11, 1985, he now also haunts some of his favorite dining spots too - specifically, a hot spot that used to be the Ma Maison restaurant, which has since been turned into Sweet Lady Jane Bakery.

    Customers have reported sightings of Welles at his favorite corner table, noting that he only appears for a few seconds wearing all black and a wide-brimmed hat.

  • Montgomery Clift on Random Celebrity Ghosts As Famous In Death As They Were In Life

    (#13) Montgomery Clift

    • Dec. at 46 (1920-1966)

    Marilyn Monroe isn't the only celebrity ghost haunting the Roosevelt Hotel - she's in good company, as Montgomery Clift likes to spend his ghostly time there as well. Clift, a four-time Oscar nominee, died at the age of 45 and became a posthumous queer icon as he was revealed to be bisexual by Elizabeth Taylor at the GLAAD Media Awards in 2000.

    Clift now haunts the Roosevelt Hotel, specifically room 928, where he has been known to pat guests on the shoulder and give people the feeling of being watched. 

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Even after death, some Hollywood celebrities cannot stop performing. Obviously, some movie stars did not get enough attention from the media and fans when they were alive, and their ghosts kept appearing and making headlines. Hollywood is full of crazy, dirty stories. Ghosts and other supernaturals have always been great film materials, but there are also real ghost stories.

There are many stars who are ghosts staying in DreamWorks for a long time, including Marilyn Monroe, George Reeves, and Ozzie Nelson, and many stars also have seen ghosts. The random tool lists 14 famous celebrity ghosts that many people have claimed they have seen.

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