Liam Gallagher thought ht was being haunted by a "stoner" ghost.
The 44-year-old frontman was freaked out while recording Oasis' debut album 'Definitely Maybe' at Monnow Valley studios because of an elaborate prank pulled by his bandmate Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs and fellow Manchester rockers The Stone Roses.
Liam recalled: "Someone had moved all the f***in' mirrors and I'd come in and be like, 'The mirrors have f***in' gone.'
"And then we had the [Stone] Roses coming over - cos' we'd work through the day and they'd come in to record at like 12. I'd wake up and they'd have moved our s**t or f***in' robbed all our little bits of weed. I thought the ghost was a f***in' stoner.
"[And I'd be] stoned watching 'Match of the Day' and someone's attached some fishing wire to the f***in' paper and the pages would start turning. I was very close to losing my s**t."
Liam doesn't seem to hold a grudge against the Stone Roses though as he made a rare venture to a gig to watch them perform at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester earlier this year.
Speaking to 'Supersonic' director Mat Whitecross for online publication Little White Lies, he said: "I don't tend to go to gigs at my age, it get a bit manic y'know what I mean. I'm not good in crowds and that. The last gig I went to was the Stone Roses earlier this year."
Instead of going out, the 'Wonderwall' singer enjoys being at home watching documentaries about "weird b*****ds".
He said: "I don't watch a lot of films. Documentaries sometimes, s**t on cults and godheads and all that. I like watching weird b*****ds. Y'know, they believe in some weirdo, it all going tits up. S**t like that."