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Dan Aykroyd still believes in ghosts in ‘Hotel Paranormal’

Dan Aykroyd still believes in ghosts in ‘Hotel Paranormal’

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LOS ANGELES, July 11 (UPI) -- Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd is back in the paranormal realm with the new Travel Channel series Hotel Paranormal. Aykroyd narrates true stories of people who have reported encounters with spirits at hotels. Aykroyd created the 1984 movie Ghostbusters, but spirits ran in his family for generations before. His great grandfather, Sam Aykroyd, was a member of the Lily Dale Assembly, which still practices psychic mediumship. Advertisement "My great-grandfather was a part of this open, tolerant society based upon the belief that the consciousness of a person survives after death," Aykroyd told UPI in a recent phone interview. "I grew up with this belief, stronger than my Catholic belief." Dan Aykroyd grew up reading magazines like The Journal of the Society for Psychica...
Lacazette recalled, Ozil and Guendouzi still out – How Arsenal and Leicester should line-up for clash at Emirates

Lacazette recalled, Ozil and Guendouzi still out – How Arsenal and Leicester should line-up for clash at Emirates

Sports
Arsenal and Leicester face each other at the Emirates on Tuesday night with both sides in search of vital Premier League points. The Gunners are playing catch up in their bid to secure Champions League football and are six points behind Manchester United in fifth, which looks likely to be get the final place due to Man City’s impending Europe ban. Getty Images - Getty Ozil has not played a minute for the Gunners since the restart Leicester are trying to keep the chasing pack at arms length and three points would put the pressure on others. Mesut Ozil has back soreness, according to Arsenal’s latest injury report, and will be assessed ahead of the Leicester game. He is yet to feature for the Gunners since the restart so is unlikely to feature, certain
The Latest: Hungary still closed for most non-EU citizens

The Latest: Hungary still closed for most non-EU citizens

Health
BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungary’s prime minister says that, except for Serbia, his country will not open its borders to citizens from several countries outside the European Union, as recommended earlier this week by the Council of the European Union. Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Thursday in a video posted on his Facebook page that Hungary is also reinstating the “humanitarian corridors,” designated routes which foreigners in transit can use to drive through Hungary. The Council on Tuesday recommended that from July 1, member states should start lifting the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents from 14 non-EU countries, including Canada, Japan, Uruguay, Montenegro, New Zealand and South Korea. Orban said that “for now, except for Serbia, we can’t comply with the EU requ
Tom Meighan interview: I bought Serge’s record. He’s still got to sign it for me

Tom Meighan interview: I bought Serge’s record. He’s still got to sign it for me

Entertainment
Tom Meighan is in his mum and dad's garden, pointing out his DIY lockdown hair cut to his phone camera on a video call."Do you like my hair? It's very short, isn't it? I tried to cut my hair off with scissors but it went wrong… so my missus shaved it off, bless her. I hope it looks all right." Although he's missing his Kasabian bandmates "like mad", the band's lead singer, a man known for his boundless energy and mile-a-minute chatter, is finding the quiet life at home surprisingly enjoyable. Image: Meighan with his bandmate Serge Pizzorno performing at the Leicester City Premier League winners bus parade in 2016 "My lockdown's been pretty amazing, actually. I've been planting seeds and stuff in the garden. It's kind of like going bac