Paul O’Grady claims that his house is haunted by a spirit he can smell: ‘She had a message for me,’ he adds.
After receiving a troubling letter from someone who used to know the owner, PAUL O’GRADY said that he can “smell” a spirit in his home.
Paul O’Grady, 66, made a startling admission about being able to “smell” a spirit in his haunted house. The comic stated that he had previously detected elements of a perfume named Joy by French fashion designer Jean Patou in the air, which had left him puzzled as to how the aroma had ended up in his home.
She had a message for me, the girl: “Ask Paul whether he smells the perfume,” she urged.
Paul spoke about the terrifying encounter on actress Yvette Fielding’s Paranormal Activity podcast.
People used to say they could smell perfume when he first moved in here, he informed his pal.
“And I couldn’t because I’d never smelled it. I got up one night and walked downstairs for a drink around two years later, and I smelt it on the stairs, and it hit me.”
However, the plot thickens…
“This is the strange part,” Paul continued. Two years ago, I went to lunch with a girl who happened to be a friend of one of the lady’s relatives who lived in this place.
“And she had a message for me, the girl: ‘Ask Paul whether he smells the perfume,’ she added.
“And I was like, ‘What?’” I replied, “Yes, I can,” to which she replied, “It’s by Jean Patou, or someone.”
“I went on eBay and bought an old-fashioned bottle to see whether it smelled the same, and it did. It’s called Joy, that’s all there is to it.”
After passing away, the famed entertainer quipped that he wants to return as a poltergeist and declared his desire to harass members of parliament.
“If there is an afterlife, I’m going to return as a poltergeist,” he stated. I’m very excited!
“You’ll be in your kitchen when a plate goes flying, and you’ll recognize it as me.”
Paul grinned as Yvette suggested haunting the Houses of Parliament, saying, “Oh, we could do anything!”
“I’d pee in the members’ drinking tank and do a variety of other things. I’d commit heinous acts. It would be hilarious.
“Besides, they’d bring in an exorcist, and that’d be the end of us.” Down to hell, woof, burst of smoke.”Brinkwire Summary News”.