‘Girls Next Door’ alum Bridget Marquardt previously lived in the mansion with Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson
This Bunny Has a Story — and the Horror Story Centered Around the Late Hugh Hefner playboy mansion.
Former Playboy bunny and “Girls Next Door” reality star Bridget Marquardt claims Hef’s sprawling 5.7-acre property in Holmby Hills, California Bhoot Bangla.
“[There are] Decades-old ghost stories from that mansion,” Marquardt, 48, explained on the Paranormal Activity podcast.dark house“Wednesday.” I saw a woman [appear in my bedroom]”
Marquardt, who served as one of Hef’s live-in girlfriends from 2002 to 2009, claims that the ghost of a former mansion employee was found in her bedroom closet during a relaxing girl’s night with her sister and best friend. was found nearby.
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“My sister, me and my friend Stacy were all sitting on my bed,” once E! The network staple said, adding that it had bought a new puppy earlier that day. “We were talking, having a glass of wine, and the TV was on. Suddenly, out of the corner of all our eyes, we saw a woman standing in my closet.”
But before the former playmate could get a good look at her uninvited guest, the detached figure had disappeared from the body.
“Of course when I turned to look at it straight, it was gone,” lamented Marquardt—who remembers vividly, despite the fleeting glance.
“He had dark, long kind of stiff hair and he was very pale and very thin,” said the blonde bombshell. “And she was wearing a white T-shirt that was too big on her and black acid-wash jeans. She was standing right there staring at me.”
Despite the momentary panic, Marquardt denied being intimidated by the scene. In fact, she claims that she “identified” the woman.
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“I was invited to the playmate’s trial before I lived in the mansion, and I met this woman, who was a social secretary at the mansion,” Marquardt said. “She was super friendly. She was like the house mom. She knew all about pets and she knew all about girls. She was just amazing.”
However when Marquardt returned iconic compound A few years later, she learned that the woman had passed away from cancer.
“I’m pretty sure it was the one who was standing there,” she said. “And I think she came to see the new addition to the mansion, that new pet that was there. [My dog] Wednesday.”
Marquardt missed another terrible encounters On the $100 million property, features like doors that close or close on their own or the strange vibes visitors feel upon entering the mansion’s gaming quarters.
She also recalled to Hefner that the original owner of the house, “had either fallen, pushed or jumped” inside the property to his death, and his spirit haunts the grounds.
And Marquardt — who had been estranged from Playboy’s CEO for several years before his September 2017 death at 91 — says Hefner’s spirit visited him in a dream shortly after his passing.
“One night I had this dream, and it was not long after Hef’s death,” she said, noting that she was not allowed to visit in the years before her ex-boyfriend passed away, and neither did she. was invited to his funeral. “This dream was like nothing I’ve ever seen before. It was so real.”
In the dream, she went up mansion, and was greeted by security at the palatial property. But the once normally buzzing space inside the house was still empty.
“I could tell the house was abandoned and he was gone, but I was still there to see him,” Marquardt said. She said that even though the house was dark, she heard spooky sounds of “really old 1940s music” throughout the space.
“And then suddenly [Hefner] Comes down the stairs and he throws his arms out,” said Marquardt. “He gave me what we call his big laugh, like he did. She said, ‘My dear!’ He put his arms around me, and I felt a hug. I could feel his smoking jacket. I could smell his cologne. It was so real.”
he said that his spiritual encounter Gave her a sense of closure around Hef’s death.