'Lights Out' Star Teresa Palmer Says There's a 'Male Entity' (Ghost) Living in Her Bedroom

·Senior Correspondent, Yahoo Entertainment

You could say Lights Out star Teresa Palmer takes her work home with her. Not only was the property the 30-year-old actress grew up on in Australia — which she has since bought — supposedly haunted, she’s also recently been told that her current Los Angeles residence comes with some paranormal activity. In one room, at least.

“I was told by a ‘sensitive,’ she calls her herself, that there was a male entity in my house,” Palmer told us Friday at Comic-Con (watch the clip above), where she was joined by castmates Maria Bello, Alexander DiPersia, and Gabriel Bateman. “And she was like, ‘Don’t worry, it’s not the whole house. It’s just in your bedroom.’”

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Palmer clearly ain’t afraid of no ghosts, though. She and her husband, actor Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Green Room), still sleep in the room, even after one recent creepy experience. “We had a scary thing happen,” she reveals. “I was talking to my husband about it in the middle of the night. I was like, 'I’m really afraid, she’s not the only person to say this’. My husband is the biggest skeptic ever, he’s like, 'There’s no such thing. She’s a looney tune, blah blah blah.’

"Then cut to 30 seconds later, the big mirror on our wall starts slowly sliding down the wall. We’re like, 'Is that happening?’ And then all of a sudden it smashes into a thousand pieces all over the floor.” Webber was “saging” the next day, Palmer added, “And now he’s a believer.”

You can watch Palmer get freaked by onscreen ghosts in Lights Out, which is now in theaters.

Watch the cast talk about the film’s haunted set: