Iggy Azalea shares spooky encounter with hotel ghost

20 April 2016 / 6 months 6 days ago

Iggy Azalea has revealed she was spooked by a ghost during a stay at The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Monday night (April 18).

The 'Fancy' hitmaker was staying at The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the Midwest of America - a hotel known for its supernatural residents.

Iggy, 25, felt a paranormal presence throughout the night but did her best to ignore it, however, in the morning she told her friend who was staying with her and she felt the spectre looming as well.

Taking to her Twitter account to share her ghostly experience, she posted: "Guys I knew my hotel was haunted last night! I felt it but I just ignored it and slept with the light on. Then I told my friend and she said she felt the same thing and had some creepy ass dreams!"

Revealing the name of the hotel she stayed at, she tweeted: " Ahh the phister was its name. (sic)"

Iggy - who is engaged to Los Angeles Lakers basketball player Nick Young - was referring to the infamous Pfister Hotel - which was built in 1893 for $1 million as a 'Grand Hotel of the West'.

Over the years there have been numerous reported ghost sightings with several guests stating they have seen an elderly man walking the hallways, believed to be the hotel's founder Charles Pfister.

Professional baseball player Bryce Harper had a firsthand supernatural experience whilst staying at the hotel.

Speaking to ESPN the Magazine, he said: "One time, before I went to sleep, I laid a pair of jeans and a shirt on that table at the foot of the bed, those things in hotels that you sit on to put on your shoes. I just laid 'em out, simple as that. When I woke up in the morning - I swear on everything - the clothes were on the floor and the table was on the opposite side of the room against the wall. I was so flustered. I honestly thought there might be someone in my room. I had no idea what the hell just happened, so I actually looked around, and then I checked to see if the door was still latched, and it was."

It seems baseball players attract ghosts at the hotel, as Carlos Gomez - who was plying his trade for the Minnesota Twins at the time - claimed the day before his game he heard "disembodied voices" and then his Apple iPod turned on by itself and then began vibrating wildly. 

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