Famed composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has revealed that he once had to call a priest to exorcise a poltergeist from his London home. According to Lloyd Webber, the ghost took up residence in his 19th century Belgravia property and would mysteriously tidy up theater scripts, stacking them neatly in odd locations around the house.
Though Lloyd Webber never actually saw the poltergeist, he witnessed enough peculiar activities to become convinced there was a supernatural presence in the home. Ultimately, he brought in a priest to bless the property, after which the mischievous spirit apparently left them in peace.
The composer is best known for smash hit musicals like The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. But before achieving his monumental success on the stage, it seems Andrew Lloyd Webber briefly shared his home with a playful phantom of his own.