- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 31, 2013

Actor Gary Busey was heading out of a Ralphs grocery store in Malibu, Calif., on Wednesday when he told a TMZ reporter that a ghost once flew out of his soup.

“Oh, yeah, I’ve seen ghosts. I’ve seen them. There are mischievous ghosts, there are good ghosts and there are ghosts who play tricks on you,” he told TMZ.

But it didn’t end there.

“I had a ghost one time come out of a big plate of soup I had. Big bowl of soup. It was called a soup ghost,” he continued, “and it was a good-looking ghost because it was covered in vegetables. That’s my kind of ghost — one that looks like one you could eat. When you can eat a ghost you’re doin’ good, you’ll be able to fly and sometimes you go invisible when you don’t even know it’s coming.”

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