Kesha Shares Her First Supernatural Experience and Her New Show, Conjuring Kesha

Kesha Shares Her First Supernatural Experience and Her New Show, Conjuring Kesha

It’s Kesha’s job! In her new TV series, Conjuring Kesha, the pop singer pierces the curtain to the spooky world of the unknown and sets out to investigate the most terrifying locations in search of the unexplainable.

In Petros, Tennessee, at the Historic Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, an allegedly haunted location known as the Alcatraz of the south where demonic activity has been recorded for decades, ET was on the scene with the vocalist of “Raising Hell,” who performed the song.

On ET, the singer talked about her investigation and how the paranormal has always held a special place in her heart ever since her childhood.

Kesha Shares Her First Supernatural Experience and Her New Show, Conjuring Kesha

I’ve always had a strong connection to mythology and the paranormal,” Conjuring Kesha confessed. “My mother used to tell me scary stories all the time. For some reason, the enormous alien on the cover of one of my earliest novels was always moving.”

“Around age 4, I first saw a ghost… When I was a kid, my grandmother had just died, and I remember being in a house where we lived when I was 4 or 5 years old “recalls she said. After she died, “I remember being in the living room and seeing a light come through the window, and in my heart, I knew it was her saying goodbye.”

A few years ago, she said, “I like to think that I have an understanding between the supernatural and myself. My song ‘Supernatural,’ which is about the paranormal, was inspired by my fascination with things I can’t see or understand with my own intellect.

“I would like to think that my purpose is a spiritual and mystical investigation,” Kesha stated of her new series and her visit to the Historic Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary. As a result, “I am just here to see what comes my way.”

In her new show, Kesha and a handful of celebrity pals visit some of the most haunted locations in the United States. The singer hopes that the event would open people’s minds and help them see things from a fresh perspective.

“I sincerely hope that others recognize, via our experiences, that there is something more to life than just the material stuff in our path,” she said. “There may be a soul, there may be an afterlife, there may be a manifestation of spirit. It’s possible that devils exist.”

According to the woman, “I prefer to recount the stories of the deceased.” “I just want to share the tale of this location.”

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