Brazil’s President Moved Out of the Presidential Palace Because of Its ‘Energy’ and ‘Ghosts’

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Michel Temer. Photo: Rolex Dena Pena/Pool/Getty Images

In August of 2016, Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff was impeached and her vice-president, Michel Temer, took her place. As part of his new position, Temer, 76, and wife Marcella, 33, moved into the official presidential residence, Alvorada Palace — but then moved back to the vice-president’s residence, Jaburu Palace, shortly afterward. And he has a very good, very relatable reason for the relocation: ghosts.

“I felt something strange there. I wasn’t able to sleep right from the first night. The energy wasn’t good,” he reportedly told Brazilian news outlet Veja. “We even started to wonder: Could there be ghosts?”

Say no more: Bad vibes are bad vibes. But for the future, Mr. Temer, may we recommend stocking up on your crystals?

Brazil’s President Moved Because of ‘Ghosts’