Remember that time we reported Post Malone was cursed?
Well, it appears that the haunted box that gave Post a string a bad luck was almost opened on Halloween night. However, it ultimately was deemed to be too dangerous and therefore not opened.
Before we go into the box and why it was almost opened again, let’s recap.
A couple of months ago (Sept. 17,) we reported that Ghost Adventures star Zak Bagans believed that Post Malone’s string of bad luck, that included a car accident, an emergency landing via plane and failed robbery attempt, was all due to the rapper being cursed.
TMZ posted a video of Post hanging out with the Ghost Adventures’ host Zak Bagans, where the two were visiting Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas. During this time, they decided to play with an object called the “Dybbuk Box.”
The “Dybbuk Box” is allegedly haunted by a malicious spirit and it was the inspiration for the 2012 movie The Possession. So…how did Post get cursed if he didn’t actually mess with the box?
Well, according to Bagans, Zak touched the box and then a visibly freaked out Post touched him on the shoulder. While it might not seem like something so small could bring forth a curse, Zak told the source that he believes it was enough to trigger Post’s bad luck.
Now that we’re all caught up, TMZ has reported that Bagans was going to reopen the box during a live special on Halloween night, but under one condition: “If he does not feel the same supernatural sensation he and Post felt in the room this summer,” per the report.
It appears a “supernatural sensation” did occur during Bagan’s and the rest of the Ghost Adventures‘ team’s Halloween special.
Bagans wrote in a tweet: “Sorry if we let some of you down for not opening the dybbuk box. With what we were all experiencing inside the room. We felt it wasn’t worth things to get worse especially w/ what we know the dybbuk box has caused before to others and its history.”
Sorry if we let some of you down for not opening the dybbuk box. With what we were all experiencing inside the room w/ @GaryGalka , @chrisfleming91 we felt it wasnt worth things to get worse especially w/ what we know the dybbuk box has caused before to others and its history
— Zak Bagans ????????♂️ (@Zak_Bagans) November 1, 2018
While Bagans and the rest of the Ghost Adventures‘ team remained apologetic for not fulfilling their promise on opening the cursed box, some fans were still unhappy with how the live special turned out:
#GhostAdventureLive PISSED, the whole point of this live was to open the spirit box, you took 10 minutes arguing about the Rabi. This is upsetting, might lose a ghost adventures fan, glad your safe though!
— Briar Schock (@BriarSchock) November 1, 2018
Going live was the worst possible thing Ghost Adventures could’ve done for themselves.. hearing the producer on multiple occasions tell Zak to wrap it up, the rabbi talking about the script and then Zak lying about it. Digging their own grave ???? #ghostadventureslive
— Blake Eynon (@blakeleynon) November 1, 2018
let me add real quick i am a little peeved they didnt open the box despite advertising it the whole month, but i’m far more mad at how fucking long they just stood around in that room doing absolutely nothing #GhostAdventuresLive
— lesbian garrett watts (@sarcastictanks) November 1, 2018
Any paranormal shows should never be live, it’s a bad idea. Things don’t happen as quick as the edited shows.
Glad the box wasn’t opened. Still a lot of respect to the GAC crew.
— Michelle Lynn Pepe (@thetechmama) November 1, 2018
In any case, we’re just glad the box wasn’t open and Post Malone is surviving this curse.