Rob Lowe claims he talked to a ghost.
The 53-year-old actor has teamed up with his sons Matthew and John Owen for new A&E series 'The Lowe Files', which sees them travel the US to explore unsolved mysteries and Rob says he had an encounter with a spirit but was worried people would think he is crazy.
He said: "There's a device they use that the theory is it can translate - that the spirits can talk through this device, for a lack of better term. Don't ask me how, don't ask me the science, I don't know. John just thinks it's randomly programmed to say words at any given time, which it could be, but how does it know to say the word... it said the dead woman's name where she was murdered. Judge for yourself. I don't want to seem like a nut. I don't want to end my career here."
Speaking about the premise of the show, Rob added: "The show is basically Anthony Bourdain in a blender with Scooby Doo. We want to solve it, but if we don't, it's not a failure, because the real point of it is fathers and sons on the road making memories."
And Rob previously told EW that he had an encounter with Bigfoot.
He said: "As you research all this stuff, honestly my real point on this is it's just more fun to believe. I don't know, and I don't really care, but it's fun."
Meanwhile, Rob also confessed that his good pal Charlie Sheen has some interesting beliefs.
He said: "It's Charlie Sheen, he thinks the moon is hollow."
And John Owen added: "In fairness, he had pretty good talking points."