Actually, I should change that. Usually an exorcist is the person you call when a loved one is haunted by the supernatural and is talking all kinds of nonsense. Jenny McCarthy, on the other hand, has been known to say some crazy things without the aid of a demon possession. This situation might actually just call for regular, old Ghostbusters.
On Monday, Jenny posted 47 seconds of home security footage to Facebook in an attempt to prove her house might possibly be haunted. In it, you see Jenny walk out of her living room and out of frame, then hear the piano being played. Jenny then shouts for her husband Donnie Wahlberg to see if the piano player was him. Jenny becomes very concerned when she realizes that Donnie hasn’t been in the living room. Oh no! But who was playing the piano then?!
HAUNTED! Just happened in my house! I had to look at the security tape to prove it. Ahh!!
Posted by Jenny McCarthy on Monday, July 16, 2018
“HAUNTED! Just happened in my house! I had to look at the security tape to prove it. Ahh!!”
I’m sure this is real, and definitely not an attempt to land a guest spot on SyFy’s Ghost Hunters and a sponsorship with Nest home security. But as Jezebel points out, it’s probably not even a damn ghost at all, but the sound of a Google Home turning off and on again.
The fact that the spirit went for something that sounds very much like a Google Home tells me it’s probably a spirit that appreciates modern advancements in technology. And what leader of research and forward-thinking has every right to haunt the hell out of Jenny McCarthy? The ghost of Jonas Edward Salk, the man who discovered the vaccine for polio. Luckily, Jenny has a vaccine of her own that will remove the haunted spirit from her home. She just has to set up a television in every room in her home that plays the 2005 film Dirty Love. 10 minutes into that mess, and the ghost will be on it’s way to Elle Macpherson’s house.