Controversial filmmaker Michael Moore caused a stir today when he disclosed that he is being haunted by the ghost of conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart, who died earlier this year. Moore claims Breitbart’s spirit began terrorizing him earlier this week after he made a controversial commercial for Moveon.org featuring elderly people threatening Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
“I know it is Breitbart, because every morning I find my Academy Award for ‘Bowling for Columbine’ sitting in the toilet,” Moore told Hollywood & Swine. “He even destroyed all my trademark baseball caps and messy t-shirts. Imagaine how mortified I was when I had to appear on a television interview with combed hair and a collared shirt.”
Inspired by the hugely successful “Paranormal Activity” films, Moore set-up video cameras around his home to capture footage of Breitbart’s ghost terrorizing him at night. Moore showed reporters several hours of footage that eerily shows the words “One Percenter” written in blood appearing on the walls of Moore’s $2 million house.
The footage also reveals Moore sleepwalking into his kitchen and eating an entire rotisserie chicken. Conservative critics of Moore immediately dismissed his video evidence of Breitbart’s ghost, saying the theories in his documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11” were more believable.
In a desperate attempt to make amends with Breitbart’s ghost, Moore claims he went to see “Hating Breitbart,” the new documentary featuring the deceased conservative, but admits even that didn’t work.
“Breitbart’s ghost is getting really mean,” Moore said. “Last night he put ‘Canadian Bacon,’ the embarrassingly bad comedy I directed on every television in my house.”