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By SEAN DALY
Last Updated: 12:46 PM, October 27, 2011
Posted: 11:09 PM, October 26, 2011
Paula Abdul says her former LA home was built on an ancient burial ground and is possessed by spooky spirits.
“It wasn’t just me,” she told The Post after Tuesday’s first live broadcast of “The X Factor.”
“In my neighborhood, there were [other] people who experienced ghosts. The first time, I thought it was just me seeing white light. I would jump up and go, ‘What was that?’ ”
Abdul -- who put the five-bedroom home up for sale in 2008 after a fan committed suicide in a car parked a few doors down -- says the funky phantoms also put a scare in her housekeeper, Marina.
“I am not kidding you. I saw that light. And I said, ‘We have got ghosts.’ ”
The pint-sized talent-show judge describes one of the paranormal visions as “what looked like a man in his 40s, hand in hand with his little son, who was in a little school uniform.”
“I would see him walk by and I am like, ‘These are friendly ghosts,’ ” she says.
“I don’t know who they are. They aren’t hurting me. They must be the ghosts freaking out my housekeeper. But I am fine with it.’ ”
The singer’s ghoulish encounters first came to light during “X Factor” auditions, when 14-year-old hopeful Ashley Deckard revealed that she was an amateur ghost hunter.
“I see ghosts, too,” Abdul replied.
Neighbor Wayne Mosley told The Post he has been living in the home next door to Abdul’s for more than 40 years and has yet to encounter one haunted spirit -- except on Halloween.
“She’s a little out there,” he said, “but a good neighbor.”
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