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American Idol Finalists Rescued from Haunted House

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The remaining finalists of “American Idol” have vacated the Beverly Hills mansion set aside for their accommodation throughout the season, after several of the contestants became convinced that it was a haunted house.

The contestants actually left the mansion last Monday but the news was only revealed this weekend. They had only spent three weeks there but they had been freaked out by flickering lights and an invasion of “spooky spiders”. The final straw came when some contestants allegedly saw a bed sheet float down an empty hallway.

Perhaps it was a lucky escape for relieved contestants then when a heavy rainstorm last Sunday made the mansion’s roof leak. That is when the “American Idol” producers finally agreed to move them out of the house.

The accommodation move didn’t seem to faze the contestants. No-one would have guessed the frights they had had from the live performances they put in this week. Motown week was one of the best weeks so far with strong performances all across the board. So it was no surprise when the judges chose to use their one and only save this season on a favorite with the public, 19 year old Casey Abrams.

Zak Bagans, lead investigator of the “Ghost Adventures Crew” believes the alleged paranormal activity inside the Beverly Hills mansion sounds plausible and “possibly demonic.” Casey Abrams may not be the only finalist “brought back” as Bagans wants the finalists to return to the mansion as “trigger objects” for an investigation he wants to carry out there.

But will the “American Idol” finalists return to the mansion? Would you?

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