Ginger Rogers' ghost haunting childhood house, says new homeowner

May 2012
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Now I think I would buy this house if I knew that.

Some ghosts are more than welcome.

Marge Padgitt believes that she’s living with the ghost of an old Hollywood star in her new home.

The new homeowner who recently purchased Ginger Rogers’ childhood house in Missouri told Closer Weekly Sunday she reportedly witnessed the spirit of the late actress.

Rogers, born Virginia Katherine McMath, passed away in 1995 at age 83 of natural causes.

“I was standing in the room she was born in and I felt this presence,” insisted Padgitt. “I [watched] a foggy mist turn into a woman in a ball gown that looked like Ginger. She had a pleasant look on her face…”

While Rogers was born in Independence, she later found fame in Hollywood where she enjoyed a lasting career in film and television from the 1930s until the late 1980s.

Rogers was famous for her glamorous getups, which were often featured in her musical films alongside her co-star Fred Astaire.
Ginger Rogers' ghost haunting childhood house, says new homeowner

 

highway234

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as ginger rogers' ghost is presumably acting on her own, this could scarcely be called a "conspiracy theory."
 

highway234

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you two better be careful. you don't want ginger comin' after YOUR ass.

yanno, i'm not sure i've ever seen a fred astaire-ginger rogers movie.
 
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Then quit trolling the thread.

Act like an adult.

If you don't like the thread simply move on.

You're acting like a little 4th grader.

Comment on the OP or go away.
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