Who cannot help but smile at the antics of repeats of ‘I Love Lucy’, ‘The Lucy Show’, ‘Here’s Lucy’ and ‘Life with Lucy’! And behind that dizzy comedienne was an astute businesswoman. Lucille Ball was the first woman to own her own film studio, along with husband Dezi Arnaz. The marriage to the Cuban actor was fraught with miscarriages and arguments and Lucy filed for a divorce a second time in 1960 which she finally went ahead with. She married Gary Morton the following year.

Dubbed ‘The First Lady of Television,’ Desilu Productions set the standard for sitcoms today.

Lucy died on the 26th of April 1989 from an acute aorta aneurysm. She left behind two children from her first marriage, Lucie Arnaz and Dezi Arnaz Jr.

Lucy may well have had her own paranormal experience while pondering the propersition to begin working on what was to become the popular ‘I Love Lucy’ in 1951. She claimed to have had a dream where her friend, Carole Lombard, told her to ‘Give it a whirl.’

The star may have died while undergoing surgery but she is said to have returned to her beloved home at Roxbury Drive. New owners claim to have heard voices, the sounds of furniture being moved and found broken windows with no apparent explanation.

Paranormal X 2009


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