Rob Van Dam Told Us What It’s Like To Grow Up With A Ghost In His House And All The Unexplained Stuff That Happened

According to a 2019 survey conducted by YouGov found that 45% of people believe in the paranormal.

When asked specifically about ghosts, 20% said they “definitely exist” and 25% said they “probably exist.”

My guest on “Not About Wrestling” this week – “Mr. Monday Night” and “The Whole F’n Show” Rob Van Dam – believes in ghosts.

With good reason.

“I grew up in a haunted house and I remember my parents telling me not to be afraid of the ghost,” explains Van Dam.

Before Rob and his family moved into the house, the previous owner hung himself in the garage. Ronnie, the ghost, eventually almost became like part of the family and Van Dam could count on the spirit to show up whenever friends came over to visit.

In the interview, Rob discusses how that opens a kid’s mind up to the possibilities of spirits and the afterlife.

Van Dam also discusses his first time getting high, his impressive knowledge of all things related to the mafia, scary head injuries, and his new line of RVD CBD products.

In true RVD style, the wrestling legend and CBD entrepreneur casually rolls a joint while we’re talking about his life and career.

To listen to the entire interview, check out the YouTube video above, or subscribe to the podcast.


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