In the Hollywood industry, not everything is cinema, it’s also the stories that surround it, like ghost stories, and many big stars talk about them, like Salma Hayek, Courteney Cox and Vanessa Hudgens, among others, who have spoken many times of some of the paranormal episodes they suffered.
The latest star to talk about it is Kevin Bacon, who in an interview given to ‘Literally’, Robe Lowe’s podcast, admits that he also has a ghost story, and he has to destroy the a “small ruined farm at the beginning of the last century” in 1983 after looking for land to buy.
The actor, along with his wife, bought lots around to expand their farm, until one of the owners objected to the sale of their land. “One of the lots we bought had an old house and he didn’t want me to own the house. It was abandoned and he grew up there. We talked about it for a while and finally I said, ‘Listen, you can’t sell me a piece of land, okay, but you can sell me the house that’s on it.'”
And that was the moment when the owner of the property told him that it was “hated”: “He said: ‘I will not sell it to you because it is haunted and I am afraid that they will own you and, you know, that they will cause you great harm.’ “.
Luckily, they came to an agreement: “We finally came to an agreement on the contract that I had to break it in a month or so.” And the translator also confessed that they never spent a night in that house, although he wanted to keep some furniture, something that his partner avoided: “You can’t put harmful things in our house. “
As they told him, the house was owned by “a Native American who in the 18th century was killed by a colonial soldier, I believe,” and even the previous owner “had ghost hunters there .” “It’s a long process,” he added.