"Vampire Diaries" star Nina Dobrev experienced real terror on location at a notoriously spooky spot in Georgia, revealing the cast and crew endured numerous scary encounters.
Producers of the bloodsucker show filmed several scenes at the Gaither Plantation in Covington, Georgia, which boasts the reputation of being one of America's most haunted houses, following years of reports of ghostly sightings and unexplained events.
Dobrev reveals members of the crew were left terrified when a piano started playing of its own accord, presenting problems for the shoot.
She tells the Associated Press, "The ADs (assistant directors) started screaming, ';Stop! Whoever that is stop the music. We're rolling. Cameras are on.'"
She also claims to have undergone a ghostly experience herself when the lights in one room began "spontaneously coming on and off".
Dobrev insists she didn't believe in the supernatural before the shoot, but "all of a sudden it was kind of happening and it was kind of weird"
Also check out some photos of Steven R. McQueen and Kat Graham in this week's new episode. In "The Sun Also Rises," with the arrival of the full moon, Elena (Nina Dobrev) tries to prepare for whatever Klaus (guest star Joseph Morgan) has planned and Tyler (Michael Trevino) faces his second transformation.
The terrifying events quickly spin out of control, despite an unexpected act of courage. Finally, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) admits the truth to Stefan (Paul Wesley) about a terrible new development they must face.
The episode airs at 8pm EST on the CW.
Have you ever been to a place you thought was haunted?
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