“We did have two weird things happen when we were doing the scene with the Ouija board, it didn’t move on its own, but when we shot this scene in the attic, I got this weird asthma attack, which was so random. I don’t have asthma, so it was so random,” Breslin told FOX411. “Another time, I wrapped for the day and went back to the place I was staying and went to run on the treadmill at the gym and the door was wide open and had a stopper on it, yet it randomly slammed shut and then my workout for the day was done. I was terrified.”
“(I’m fascinated) with ghosts and other worldly, paranormal things. I have always wanted to see a ghost or go on one of those Syfy channel shows talking about it,” she said. “I want to meet the Long Island Medium to see if she can see if anyone follows me. I want to know if anyone is trying to contact me. I would be sad if I went to her and she told me no one was contacting me.”
I am not impressed. Typically the only people who ARE impressed by mundane events are those who have an emotional investment in the paranormal.
The Long Island Medium? REALLY? Oh, please! I’m sure she would be happy to tell Ms. Breslin she was haunted since she enjoys playing up the entertainment value too. Whatever you see on TV is NOT reality. It’s TELEVISION, not real life and edited to heck. You would think an actress might recognize that.
The movie “Haunter” opened in theaters last Friday.