Whoopi Goldberg warns that your home’s ghosts will absolutely get you 'if they don’t want you in the house'

Goldberg, who previously confirmed that aliens are among us, also knows the workings of the spirit realm.

Unknown floating entities? Aliens? Terroristic cacti? A View studio audience member filming the broadcast from his seat? None of these things stand a chance against Whoopi Goldberg, the Oscar-winning Ghost actress and paranormal expert who warned viewers Monday about the dangers of living in a haunted house.

The 68-year-old EGOT icon introduced a grim Hot Topic on the latest episode of the ABC talk show, involving a man who bought a house discounted by $100,000 because it was the site of a murder-suicide, but whose wife eventually left him because he didn't disclose that information to her before she moved in with him.

"Most places most of us have lived have had people die in them. It's just the nature of life," Goldberg said, to which panelist Alyssa Farah Griffin replied, "Peacefully is a little different for me. Quietly in the night, I can deal with."

<p>ABC; Getty</p> Whoopi Goldberg on 'The View' ; a ghost

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Whoopi Goldberg on 'The View' ; a ghost

Cohost Sara Haines then proposed the idea of hosting a podcast with Goldberg inside the murder house, asking the actress to reprise her Academy Awared-winning Ghost role as medium Oda Mae Brown in the process.

"Will you visit? Come on, we can do this together, Whoopi," Haines said before embracing her colleague.

Goldberg attempted to shut down the anxieties over the thought of living in a haunted house, reassuring the cohosts that, if they were living in a spiritually infested abode, the ghosts inside likely wouldn't waste time tormenting them.

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"Five years went by, the husband had no issue, he forgot to say to her, 'Darling, I asked you to marry me, but you'll be living here in the murder house with me. Nothing in the five years bugged her," Goldberg said. "If stuff was going to come up and get her, she'd have been gotten by now. Ghosts don't tend to wait. If they don't want you in the house, they will put you out by hook or by crook."

Prior to Goldberg's apparent encounter with the paranormal on the set of The View in January, when she paused a live broadcast to look upward at an unknown entity floating through the studio airspace, the Hollywood legend invoked Ghost while criticizing candidates in the running amid the 2024 presidential election.

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"But when you’re not taking us into consideration and it’s about holding onto power, you’re a danger, all of you," she said of the politicians' policies. "You in danger, girl!"

The View airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET on ABC.

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