Celebrity Ghost Stories: Michael Jackson’s Experiences + Video

Real Celebrity Ghost Stories

Article by Craig Hamilton-Parker. This is an extract from my book ‘The Psychic Encountersfrom the chapter about real celebrity ghost stories and psychic predictions for celebrities.

These are true accounts of celebrity ghost stories and psychic predictions for celebrities that I researched and sourced from working with the Psychic News. If you would like to read more real ghosts encounters with the paranormal then read my book.

Michael Jackson – Psychic Insights

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Most entertainers are creative, extrovert and sensitive – the same personality traits that paranormal researchers tell us makes a good psychic. So it’s no wonder that the superstars of the creative professions have paranormal tales to tell that are stranger than Hollywood fiction. Some claim to know the future, are in touch with the dead and even possess the power of spiritual healing.

Michael Jackson Sees a Ghost

For example, pop megastar Michael Jackson claimed that he inwardly communicates with the flamboyant, pianist Lee Liberace who died in 1987

“I have my own secret room, with a moving wall and mirrors,” said Jackson, “that’s where I talk to Lee. His is the voice I hear in there. I feel his presence so very close to me.” He added that Liberace “is like my guardian angel. He’s even given me permission to record his theme song ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’.”

Liberace’s Paranormal Encounters

Liberace also believed that at times he was inspired by paranormal forces. He owned the piano which once belonged to the classical composer Liszt. “When I play his compositions on it I have the eeriest feeling as if I’d played that music before in another time.” And just like Liberace, Lizst was a flamboyant dresser.

Ghosts of Rock Stars

Some musical stars have deliberately sought the advice of the spirit world. Rock star, Roger Daltry of ‘The Who’ says he spoke with the band’s former drummer Keith Moon who died of a drug overdose in 1978. “I’ve spoken to Keith, or rather to his spirit,” says Daltry “There’s a psychic woman I go to see who doesn’t know who I am or who Keith is.

Celebrity Ghost Stories - Princess Diana's Ghost
Interesting celebrity ghost stories surrounded Princess Diana


Pop star Neil Tennant, from the “Pet Shop Boys”, also spoke to the dead and saw his future with the Ouija Board.

“It happened when I was 15, a group of us decided to have a seance, and we got in touch with the ghost of Oscar Wilde. He warned us not to make the same mistakes that he did. He told me I would be famous one day”

Neil was pleased with the news from spirit “It was the advice I was longing for. “Ever since I was a young lad, I desperately wanted to be a pop star.”

Creative people often have latent powers are more inclined to see spirits and ghosts. Mick Jagger, the lead singer for The Rolling Stones, was spooked by a bell ringing 18th Century ghost when house hunting at a £3.5 million Gothic mansion. “He seemed to change his mind rather suddenly after we told him about the ghost” housekeeper Anna-Maria Sliwinski told reporters. “I have heard the ghost first hand. I heard strange chimes on a windless night. The bells were ringing in the tower, but there was nobody else in the house.”


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2 comments… add one
  • rudrappa Aug 1, 2017, 2:18 pm

    Yes, I believe that the higher the education, there will be more belief in the events of paranormal, ghosts, spirits etc. Higher educated people will try to know the scientific findings and what are the phenomena where science has not yet proved the things.

  • Craig Hamilton-Parker Dec 22, 2012, 7:18 pm

    Did you know that higher education is linked to a greater tendency to believe in ghosts? An interesting piece of research…

    “Contrary to researchers’ expectations, a poll of 439 college students found seniors and grad students were more likely than freshmen to believe in haunted houses, psychics, telepathy, channeling and a host of other questionable ideas.”

    Take a look and then come back and add a comment below.

    Incidentally the celebrity ghost picture shown of Princess Diana was taken by a group of Chinese tourists filmed the stained glass window in Scotland without realising that it featured Princess Di from beyond the grave.

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