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Octomom Says Her House is Haunted

nm_suleman_090605_mn.jpgNadya Suleman, better known as the Octomom, thinks her new house (given to her by donations because she spent all her savings on IVF treatments to have more babies) is haunted. Haunted, strangely by a child ghost.

Nadya also says a friend told her she felt something pulling at her leg in the Octo-home.

And, as if that’s not strange enough, Nadya says one of her nannies heard a noise and saw a small child run into a room upstairs, but when she looked around, no one was there.

“This is something you’re not supposed to believe in if you are a believer in God, but it’s something that I’m a little worried about. But when you’re scared, you keep praying and ask it kindly to leave politely, and pray and hopefully that will work.”

Just in case it won’t leave on its own, Nadya says she’s going to place up to 20 Bibles around the home to ward off any spirits.

She is more than qualified to run as vice president now that we think about it. She has charisma and a can-do spirit!

Video interview from RadarOnline is here.

(Photo credit: Jason Mitchell/BuzzFoto/FilmMagic/Getty Images)

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