Christopher Lee, best known for his roles as a suspense and action actor in films such as Dracula, The Wicker Man, and The Man with the Golden Gun, passed away on Sunday due to heart complications.
While his family is currently bereaving his death, they are also convinced he will come back to haunt the crap out of them. “It’s only a matter of time,” admitted daughter, Christina. “I mean, my Dad was great, but he sure scared the hell out of me.”
Even his wife of 51 years, Birgit Krøncke Lee, shivered at the thought of her dead husband. “We were married a long time, and I never could get comfortable at night. I’d sleep with one eye open, literally. Sometimes, 2 or 3 in the morning, Christopher would rise from the bed and laugh manically at the moon. Who does that?”
To help prevent imminent hauntings, the family have all donned garlic necklaces and have attempted to call Ghostbusters several times. “Turns out,” admitted Birgit, “that was just a movie with a great sequel.”