ByBen Turner, writer at Creators.co
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Ben Turner
"'Alright, I acknowledge you, but I am so tired, please let me sleep'"

These are the words spoken late one night in a home in London when no-one else was there. These are the words that crossed spiritual planes, exceeded metaphysical boundaries and warped through space and time to commune with those who have passed on from the life we know. These are the words uttered by none other than twice Oscar nominated actress Jessica Chastain.

The Help actress recently went into detail on Today Show about her ghostly encounter and how;

"[...] all the lights started to slowly dim, [then light] up so brightly it felt like the bulbs were gonna explode. Then they all turned off."

She went on to admit that the experience could've been "an electrical circuit thing" which has the plausibility factor going for it, but later contends "[b]ut it's more fun to think that maybe someone is trying to communicate!".

We're not sure everyone is going to agree with you there, Jessica.

The Californian native is set to star in the upcoming Guillermo del Toro movie Crimson Peak in which she plays Lady Lucille Sharpe, Sir Thomas Sharpe's sister. We have already seen Jessica star in Muschietti's Mama which also had a supernatural theme involving ghosts.

"[...] all the lights started to slowly dim, [then light] up so brightly it felt like the bulbs were gonna explode. Then they all turned off."

One thing is for sure, even if all of this ghost talk is lost on most of us, at least Jessica treats the unknown with a level of respect and familiarity -- something we can all learn from.

Watch the trailer for Crimson Peak below!

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