Actor Charlie Sheen has started to see the ghosts of dearly departed friends during visits to their grieving families.
"When my friend (writer) Zalman King died, I went to comfort his widow, Pat. We were making a toast and I saw Zalman, who'd been dead for four hours, dance through the background. It was a trip," contactmusic.com quoted the 46-year-old as saying.
"Another dear friend of mine, Stephanie, her father died. I was at her house, and he walked past me on the stairwell one day... I know it was him.
"I just accept stuff like that and don't try to figure it out. I saw these people," he said.
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