Emma Stone's Ghost Encounter Story Is Probably the Sweetest Haunting Ever
Personally, I'm not a believer in ghosts. It's totally fine if other people choose to believe in the paranormal and the supernatural, but, personally, it's just not my thing. However, that doesn't mean I'm not instantly terrified out of my mind when I hear even the most ridiculous ghost story, like the ones involving Oujia boards that don't mention the thing was considered a simple game when it was created, not a force to summon the dead. Really, any movie involving ghosts, I am a total wimp. So that should tell you enough about how sweet this clip from last night's Late Night With David Letterman is: In it, Emma Stone describes how she's haunted by her dead grandfather, who is a ghost — and it kind of sounds like the most adorable haunting ever.
Stone was on Letterman to promote her new film, Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight, which deals with a lot of supernatural elements. When Letterman asked her if she'd ever had any ghostly encounters, Stone answered in the affirmative: "There's a long family history with quarters...my grandfather leaves quarters. It's just amazing," she explained."
Letterman seems skeptical, but Stone is adamant that the quarters are, in fact, left by her dead grandfather. "It's him! [...] It's absolutely him."
Check out the clip below.