Hudson, 26, and her mum GOLDIE HAWN use Ouija boards to contact dead relatives, she said.
"I have tons of memories of the Ouija board. I've done it with boyfriends, girlfriends and my family," she said.
Hudson got on to the scary conversation during an interview to publicise her new film, The Skeleton Key about voodoo goings-on in New Orleans.
IT WAS dubbed the greatest show on earth and all the stars involved with Live 8 have praised the event... except SIR ELTON JOHN that is.
Not averse to the odd controversial comment, Elt reckons it was "a bit of an anti-climax".
It seems the likes of Robbie Williams, Madonna and Pink Floyd didn't rock Elton's boat.
He said: "There was no sense of occasion and from a musical point, I didn't think there were too many highlights."
SHE and Brad may have gone their separate ways, but it seems JENNIFER ANISTON still considers herself part of the Pitt clan.
The Friends' star phoned Brad's mum Jane on the eve of the couple's (would-be) fifth wedding anniversary, according to Star magazine, in floods of tears.
That prompted Jane Pitt to hop in her car and drive 300 miles to Chicago (where Jen is shooting her latest movie), to comfort her.
HOW do you convince two jurors from the MICHAEL JACKSON case the King of Pop was actually guilty? Why, a book deal of course!
Two of the jurors who found Jackson innocent of child sex abuse charges have written books about their experiences in the jury room, and decided they have changed their minds about Jacko.
Guilty As Sin, Free As A Bird is the unspectacular title of 79-year-old Eleanor Cook's book and Ray Hultman, 62, will pen The Deliberator.
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Aug 8, 2005|
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