'Ghostbusters' Star Ernie Hudson Recalls Getting Visited by Late Mom in Freaky Encounter
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In a new television interview, the Winston Zeddemore depicter talks about his brush with freaky paranormal activity as a little kid when he was home alone.

AceShowbiz - "Ghostbusters" star Ernie Hudson had his own spooky encounter with his late mum when he was a kid.

The actor's mother died when he was just three months old and Hudson and his brother were raised by their grandma, but mum made her presence felt one Sunday when young Ernie was home alone.

"My grandmother... would go to church a lot and she would leave me alone in the house... and I would always hear something upstairs moving around," Hudson said during an appearance on "The Kelly Clarkson Show".

"One day it felt like the door opening upstairs (sic) and then it was walking towards the stairs... and then started coming down the stairs. I just freaked out and ran outside and when I got outside I looked up and in the window there was a lady up there..."

"I just sat out on the curb... and when my grandmother came and saw me... I told her, 'Nope, I'm not going back in the house...' and she said, 'Your mother is looking out for you and that was you mother, but she doesn't want you to be afraid, so if you don't want her to, you won't see again.' "

Ernie never had another spooky encounter with his mum.

"Now, at my age, I'd love to see her," he said.

Ernie Hudson is going to reprise his "Ghostbusters" role as Winston Zeddemore in the upcoming third installment. He is joined by other original cast like Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, and Annie Potts while Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, and Paul Rudd are among the new additions.

The movie is scheduled for November release.

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