19/01/2015 07:39 GMT | Updated 20/05/2015 06:12 BST

George And Amal Clooney's £10 Million Mansion Is Haunted

When George Clooney bought his £10 million, nine-bedroom manor house in Berkshire's Sonning-on-Thames last September, he probably didn't know it was haunted.


No, really. According to Uri Geller (the Israeli illusionist/magician) and fellow Sonning resident, the property has a child ghost. Amal can't be happy about this.

"You can see his house from Sonning bridge and I have seen strange things happening on that bridge," Geller told the Express.

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Actor George Clooney (L) and Amal Clooney arrive on the red carpet for the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards, January 11, 2015 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. AFP PHOTO/MARK RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

"There is a ghost of a little girl who crosses it. I have no doubt in my mind that George Clooney will see her. It is the best house in the neighbourhood to be able to see this ghost."

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The grounds may come complete with gym, spa and steam room, library, cellar and boathouse plus a cottage for guests and/or staff but nobody wants a ghost on the scene. That's just creepy.

Whether or not the newlyweds are bothered by their new digs being haunted is unknown, but we've got a feeling Uri (who lives a short walk away) will give them the low-down on the history behind it.

All eyes were on George and Amal (oh that black Dior gown and those white gloves) at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards, and while they're set to make more red carpet appearances over the next few weeks - reports say the couple are settling in nicely at home in Sonning. They've even met the locals at The Bull Inn.

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