Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil has met his share of groupies, and now he's hoping to meet some ghosts as well.
Neil recently went to Las Vegas with the crew of the Travel Channel series Ghost Adventures to take part in an apparition investigation of the Riviera Hotel with series stars Zak Bagans, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin as well as Frank Sinatra’s former pianist, Bruce Westcott; and Jamie Gold, the 2006 World Series of Poker champion.
The goal? To make contact with the spirit of Frank Sinatra and members of the Chicago Mafia who allegedly stayed at the Vegas landmark.
Whether or not Neil was able to contact Sinatra from beyond the grave won't be revealed until the show's season finale on April 27, but the man who sang "Girls, Girls, Girls" may have had an experience with ghosts, ghosts, ghosts.
At one point, Neil said he felt something in the room that he described as "an ice cold energy moving away from the hotel room bed towards the wall."
He stuck his hand out into the air and felt the icy force.
"It's right here," he exclaimed. "Oh my god!"
Bagans, the Ghost Adventures team leader, tracked the energy on a special meter and noticed the room temperature dropped six degrees in some spots.
Neil remained shocked by the encounter.
"I was feeling it," he said. "I felt the cold."
Neil has had an interest in the paranormal since his daughter, Skylar, died of cancer in 1995 at the age of 4 and said he had been in contact with her a few times since, according to an interview he did on the Biography Channel show Celebrity Ghost Stories
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said Neil met his first ghost during his Ghost Adventures appearance. He said he has been in contact with his dead daughter Skylar since her death in 1995.
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