Jennifer Aniston Admits to Having Once Lived in Haunted House

Aniston was on The Late Late Show with James Corden when she admitted to once having lived in a haunted house.  (Image credit: The Late Late Show with James Corden/YouTube)

Aniston was on The Late Late Show with James Corden when she admitted to once having lived in a haunted house. (Image credit: The Late Late Show with James Corden/YouTube)

Actress Jennifer Aniston admitted during a recent interview with James Corden on The Late Late Show that she had once lived in a haunted house.

“Oh gosh, yes, I did. I did,” said Aniston.

The actress had just moved to Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles from New York, she said.

“I didn’t know it was haunted,” explained Aniston. “All of a sudden things just started to…the dish washer would start to go, or the coffee maker would start to go, or the stereo would just turn on at full volume. And it was terrifying.”

Aniston was at first skeptical, but eventually relented and brought in someone to cleanse the home.

“Someone had said to me ‘Oh, you have a spirit in your house. You should have someone come and clear the house,’” she said.

“I was like ‘Oh man, I have landed in Los Angeles,’” laughed Aniston. “You’re talking about ghosts, spirits, and a ghost whisperer?”

“So, I did, I had someone come over to my house, and, so they had frankincense and they put it in a little dish and sort of start saying all these things, and then the first corner she went to the dish cracked,” she continued.

Then the second dish they used cracked, too.

“We got to the really thick, thick, thick 1975 ashtray that was sitting on the table, and then that cracked, and she asked me to leave…because she had to have a little talking to with [the spirit],” said Aniston.

“[The spirit] hated my roommate,” she explained to a skeptical James Corden.

“Take it for what it is,” added Aniston.

Ultimately, she decided to vacate the haunted house.

“No, I moved out,” Aniston responded when asked how she dealt with the issue. “I feel terrible, but I couldn’t say ‘It doesn’t like you.’ That would be terrible.”

If Aniston’s former roommate was watching the interview and didn’t already know how the spirit felt about her, she does now.

ghost, hauntedTobias Wayland