If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Not New York State governor Andrew Cuomo. He’s busy with his own ghosts.
New York’s s reportedly haunted, and according to the New York Post, spooky noises have been giving Cuomo chills.
“So, it’s me alone, when I’m in the house because my family is in Westchester … and there are stories that this house is haunted,” Cuomo said Thursday. “Now, I don’t believe in ghosts, and I’m a big, tough Italian guy, but I’ll tell you, it gets creepy in that house, and there are a lot of noises that go on and you are very alone.”
A previous resident of the Albany mansion is far more willing to accept the notion of a ghostly presence — former governor David Paterson told the Post that he believes the 161-year-old home is haunted.
“Governor Cuomo should be relieved,” Paterson said to the Post. “It’s a friendly ghost, like Casper.”