Rapper Post Malone has bad luck after visit to Zak Bagans' haunted museum

Posted at 6:14 AM, Sep 17, 2018

Rapper Post Malone has not had the best of luck lately.

Some people believe it may be a result of something that happened during a visit to Las Vegas.

"Ghost Adventures" star Zak Bagans has released video that shows the rapper inside of Bagans' haunted museum in downtown Las Vegas in June.

Bagans is seen touching what he calls the most haunted object in the world -- the Dybbuk Box.

Malone is then seen touching Bagans shoulder and Bagans jumps back. Bagans says that Malone saw a dark figure and it followed them out of the museum.

Some people are saying that this is why Malone has had so many problems lately, including his private jet being forced to make an emergency landing after blowing two tires. Malone was also in a serious car crash and his home was burglarized.

The incident was first reported by TMZ. Bagans confirmed what happened to 13 Action News.

The Dybbuk Box was the inspiration for the 2012 horror film "The Possession."

The Haunted Museum in downtown Las Vegas contains many interesting objects, including Dr. Jack Kevorkian's VW death van, the "Propofol chair" from Michael Jackson's death room, the original staircase from Indiana's "Demon House," and several items belonging to Charles Manson.