Friends’ Courteney Cox aka Monica Shares Her Supernatural Encounter in LA

Friends star Courteney Cox believes she encountered something supernatural while living at the top of a mountain in Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles. Cox told US OK! magazine: “My acting teacher used to come out and she’d say, ‘It’s weird. I have a feeling in this house. I keep feeling drafts.’

“Another friend came out and they had a dream where they saw this woman in a white dress who sat down on a bed next to me. I still didn’t believe it, but one day the doorbell rang and it was a FedEx guy. He goes, ‘Are you aware that there is a spirit in this house?’ And I go, ‘No, why are you saying that?’ And he said, ‘Because they’re standing right behind you.’ I was like, ‘Oh, s***’ and then I moved house,” added Courteney Cox.

Cox has also shared earlier that her mind is very active — even when she’s not doing too much. She can be easily distracted.

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She said: “My brain just goes. You wouldn’t believe it. It could be anything from looking at a light to wondering if it’s the same one we’re going to get for the condo we’re building… Why are those cabinets open? Should I get up now? I could go to the bathroom.”

The actress, who played Monica in Friends said: “I’m sure I should be medicated, but I’m not.”

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