Paparazzi aren't the only thing haunting these celebrities. Take a look inside five of Hollywood's scariest homes.
Since purchasing her historic plantation home in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., in 1966, country music star Loretta Lynn has reported a number of eerie incidents. First, she saw a figure in white pacing the home's balcony -- believed to be a woman named Buela M. Anderson, who cried herself to death after losing her baby. Next, Loretta’s son had an encounter with the spirit of a Civil War soldier, who attempted to forcefully remove his boots. When Zak, Nick and Aaron from Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures visited the plantation, they found compelling audio evidence of paranormal activity in the home.
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