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Ghost writer: Andie MacDowell claims dead uncle predicted her acting career through Ouija board


Andie MacDowell claims that a dead uncle predicted several important life events via a Ouija board. (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Andie MacDowell swears a former glimpse into the future was heaven-sent.

While promoting her new black comedy horror flick “Ready or Not,” the 61-year-old actress stated that her dead uncle once communicated to her from the great beyond.

“My sisters and I really love ghosts and the ideas of ghosts,” she told People Now. “We used the Ouija board to talk to dead relatives, and they actually do communicate with us, FYI.”

But it was her male relative who offered deeper insights.

“My uncle predicted a lot of the stuff that’s actually happened in my life, said the actress. “It was my career and that I was gonna have horses,” she said. “I wanted to know that I was gonna have children.”

MacDowell’s Ouija adventures also included other metaphysical occurrences.

“We used to make tables walk, too,” she said. “I’m serious. You put your hands together; they actually walk.”

And she didn’t rule out breaking out the Ouija board again soon for another supernatural session.

“Recently, my sisters were like, ‘We need to get together and do it again,'" she said.

MacDowell got her big break starring in Steven Soderbergh’s feature film debut “Sex, Lies and Videotape,” which won the 1989 Palme d’Or in Cannes.

Her two biggest hits occurred in the 1990s, playing Bill Murray’s dream girl in the comedy “Groundhog Day” in 1993, and the following year as Hugh Grant’s love interest in “Four Weddings and a Funeral.”