Courteney Cox sold her Los Angeles home because she thought it was haunted

One of Courteney Cox’s best-known roles is her character in Yell film franchise – and she recently had a Yell-like a scare in his own house, prompting him to sell the notebook.

In a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Cox, who recently launched his brand of home products, Homecourt— revealed she once saw a ghost at her old pad in Laurel Canyon, Calif., which was once home to Carole King. In fact, she once brought in King to participate in a seance with her, in an attempt to clear the spirit.

“So Carole King came to my house and she said there was a divorce that was really ugly, and there was a ghost in the house,” Cox said in the interview. “And I was, ‘Yeah, whatever.’ But other people who stayed there with me, like friends of mine, said they met a woman who was sitting on the edge of the bed.

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But the scariest moment for Cox came later, when a delivery guy stopped to drop something off. “I was home one day, not being a believer. And the doorbell rang,” the actress told Kimmel. “It was a guy from UPS or something, and I opened the door and he said, ‘Do you know this house is haunted?’ “And I’m like, ‘Yeah, why? Why do you think that?'”

“He says, ‘Because there’s someone behind you,'” Cox said. “And I was like, ‘Let’s sell. “”Soon after, the actress packed up and moved on. “I could never sleep there alone again,” she proclaimed.

If you’re in the mood for more haunted house stories, look no further than Beautiful house own Dark House podcast, as well as this detailed list of haunted houses across the country.

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