Andie MacDowell used Ouija board to learn future from dead uncle, make 'tables walk'
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Andie MacDowell claims she got a heads-up about her star-studded career from beyond the grave.
The 61-year-old film star, whose movies include "Four Weddings and a Funeral," "Groundhog Day" and "Sex, Lies, and Videotape," opened up on People Now about a spooky hobby.
"My sisters and I really love ghosts and the ideas of ghosts," she said in the clip published online Thursday. "We used the Ouija board to talk to dead relatives, and they actually do communicate with us, FYI."
According to MacDowell, one particular spirit gave her a big glimpse into her future.
"My uncle predicted a lot of the stuff that's actually happened in my life," she said.
"It was my career and that I was gonna have horses," she said, when asked what he told her. "I wanted to know that I was gonna have children."
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In addition to learning of the future, MacDowell added her Ouija experiences included other kinds of paranormal activity as well.
"We used to make tables walk, too," she said. "I'm serious. You put your hands together, they actually walk."
MacDowell also suggested she may reconnect with the dead soon.
"Recently, my sisters were like, 'We need to get together and do it again,' " she said.
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