Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher once mistook a prank and thought he was being haunted by a "stoner" ghost.
The 44-year-old said he was freaked out while recording Oasis's debut album "Definitely Maybe" at Monnow Valley studios because of a prank by his bandmate Paul Arthurs and fellow Manchester rockers The Stone Roses, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"Someone had moved all the f*****g mirrors and I'd come in and be like, 'The mirrors have f*****g gone'. And then we had the (Stone) Roses coming over -- because we'd work through the day and they'd come in to record at like 12. I'd wake up and they'd have moved our s**t or f*****g robbed all our little bits of weed.
"I thought the ghost was a f*****g stoner," Gallagher told online publication Little White Lies.
"(And I'd be) stoned watching 'Match of the Day' and someone's attached some fishing wire to the f*****g paper and the pages would start turning. I was very close to losing my s**t."
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