Monday, November 14, 2005

Celebs Too Chicken To Enter Haunted House

LONDON (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A paranormal researcher raising money for a children’s charity says he’s not having a ghost of a chance finding a celebrity who’ll help.

British-based ghost buster Ross Hemsworth needs a star willing to spend a night in a haunted house in Cornwall, England, by this Friday (Nov. 18).

The idea is to raise money for the BBC’s Children in Need program but, problem is, out of the roughly 50 celebs he’s asked, all have turned him down, and Hemsworth thinks it’s cause they’re too afraid of ghosts.

The spook-seeker started with Robbie Williams after learning the singer wants to investigate the paranormal, and Hemsworth figured Williams’ star-power could raise upwards of $25,000.

Sadly for Hemsworth, Williams declined saying he was busy, although Hemsworth says sources tell him the singer is not busy.

Hemsworth has sent out an 11th-hour plea and says an answer from Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise or Tommy Lee will help raise his spirits.

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