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Haunted Hollywood: Marilyn Monroe's Ghost, 'The Exorcist' and More

Moviefone   Eric Larnick   First Posted: 10/30/11 11:48 AM ET   Updated: 11/01/11 04:37 PM ET


With the season of Halloween now upon us, you may want to celebrate with a horror movie or two. But who needs a movie when the real lives of Hollywood's brightest stars are just as freaky? Ghosts, killer cars with a mind of their own, and even the devil himself have been wrapped up with the most glamorous men and women of the silver screen. While the veracity of these legends maybe dubious, they certainly add a creepy (and entertaining) new dimension to stories of Hollywood past.

Originally appeared on Moviefone.

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Lon Chaney -- the Man of a Thousand Faces -- is eternally connected to one of his most famous performances, in more ways than one. Filming for his silent classic 'The Phantom of the Opera' took place on Soundstage 28 of Universal Studios, which has since been re-dubbed "the Phantom Stage." You can still find a piece of the Paris opera house set on the Phantom Stage after 80 plus years, and legend has it that you can also hear strange voices throughout. Crew members working on new projects have claimed to see a man in black resembling Chaney in his 'Phantom' garb roaming the catwalk.
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