Marilyn Monroe died of an overdose at her Los Angeles home on August 5, 1962. Rumor has that she still runs to Brentwood’s home where her body was found
Lennon was shot dead by Mark David Chapman on December 8, 1980, outside his apartment building in Dakota, New York. Apparently, this is where Lennon’s ghost comes back the most, and it was already thought that there were a lot of ghosts.
The King of Rock ‘N’ roll died of a heart attack on August 16, 1977. Workers at a former music recording studio have cited examples of an Elvis being brought into a conversation and unfamiliar sounds appearing on sound systems and lights flashing.
Amy Winehouse died tragically in 2011 at the age of 27 from alcohol poisoning. Winehouse’s close friend and former member of The Libertines Pete Doherty was convinced that Winehouse was haunting his flat – so he fled to Paris to escape his ghostly presence.
Jim Morrison died in a bathtub in Paris on July 3, 1971 but his ghost seems to have traveled all the way from Paris to Los Angeles, where he appears in the bathroom of the Mexican restaurant Y Barra, which once housed The Doors’ favorite recording studio.
Smith died of an overdose in room 607 of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Florida in 2007 and is still hunting its hall, according to a guest named Stephanie Pont, who claimed he saw Smith spirit walking around the hotel.
He died on October 31, 1926, from a ruptured appendix – what a day to go out! Houdini’s ghost is rumored to have haunted a Hollywood mansion where he lived or at least visited during his lifetime, as many in the Laurel Canyon area claim he has seen his appearance matched.
I Love Lucy Starr died at the age of 77 from a ruptured artery after open-heart surgery. Owners of a Ball’s home in Beverly Hills have complained of sounds coming from the attic as if they were talking loud music. It’s as if Lucy has some ghostly friends exploding in her.
Jean Harlow died on June 7, 1937, suddenly of kidney failure. One family, who later stayed at their home, reported hearing racking sobs, a mysterious perfume, and heard a woman’s voice whispering, “Please help me.”
Joan Crawford’s daughter claims that she and her mother lived in a house that was already being haunted. So when Crawford died of a heart attack on May 10, 1977, it was as if she had joined a ghost party that was already raging.
The Superman star now flies around in a more starving sense, haunting his former home where he died of an alleged suicide at the age of 45. Visitors to the house claim that strange noises are coming from Reeves’ old bedroom, and a movie crew shooting at home once saw him all over Superman Regalia.
Orson Welles died of a heart attack on October 11, 1985, at the age of 70, he now teases some of his favorite cooking spots – specifically, a hot spot that used to be Ma Maison Restaurant. Which later turned into sweet Lady Jane Bakery. Customers reported seeing Welles at their favorite corner table, he appeared for just a few seconds wearing a completely black and wide-brimmed hat.
Clift, a four-time Oscar nominee, died at the age of 45, following revelations by Elizabeth Taylor that he was bisexual at the 2000 Glade Media Awards. Clift now teases the Roosevelt Hotel, especially Room 928, where he pats guests on the shoulder and gives people a sense of watch.
Lincoln was assassinated on April 14, 1865, at the Ford Theater by John Wilkes Booth in Washington, D.C. Former First Lady Grace Coolidge claims to have seen Abe in the Oval Office through a window, and former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill is said to have seen Abe while he was in Lincoln’s bedroom. Churchill stepped out of the bathtub when he sees the president’s ghost.