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Patrick Stewart saw ghost at haunted theatre

By T.K. Randall
August 28, 2009 · Comment icon 12 comments

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Actor Patrick Stewart has reported seeing a ghost in one of Britain's most haunted theatres during a performance of Waiting for Godot with Sir Ian McKellen, he described the apparition as a man wearing a beige coat and twill trousers.
Patrick Stewart has told fellow actors that he saw a ghost in what is reputed to be one of Britain's most haunted theatres. He saw the apparition while performing Waiting for Godot with Sir Ian McKellen.

Source: Telegraph | Comments (12)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #3 Posted by Samuronin 13 years ago
Of course he can see ghost, he's Professor Xavier!!!!!!
Comment icon #4 Posted by Ashiene 13 years ago
how did he know its a ghost? did it do ghostly acts?
Comment icon #5 Posted by SpiderCyde 13 years ago
Was probably just Q screwing with him again.
Comment icon #6 Posted by She-ra 13 years ago
Oh this is cool.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Bill Hill 13 years ago
"Red alert, red alert! Mr Worf?!?**** help.. Mr Worf? Mr Data! Ah crap, you can't help're all just men, in make-up..."
Comment icon #8 Posted by Juanita Rose Violini 13 years ago
Some people (John Baldwin Buckstone) just don't know when to quit.
Comment icon #9 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: 13 years ago
Was probably just Q screwing with him again. Haha, that's classic
Comment icon #10 Posted by Funky Poacher 13 years ago
Man, I'd have killed to have seen that... not the "ghosty" thing, but the play. Stewart and McKellen? Wet dream!
Comment icon #11 Posted by Sweetpumper 13 years ago
Comment icon #12 Posted by Beckys_Mom 13 years ago
Oh this is cool. I agree lol

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