"Bones" Alum Tamara Taylor On Her Supernatural Childhood: "We Had a Poltergeist in Our House"

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Playing "Bones" Alum Tamara Taylor On Her Supernatural Childhood: "We Had a Poltergeist in Our House"

"Bones" Alum Tamara Taylor On Her Supernatural Childhood: "We Had a Poltergeist in Our House"

Tamara Taylor, who you probably recognize as the brilliant Camille Saroyan on "Bones," stars in the supernatural show on Netflix, "October Faction." 

In the series, which is inspired by a graphic novel of the same name, she plays a monster-hunting matriarch named Deloris Allen — and yes, she confirms to Rachael, toting around fake, monster-killing weapons can be very fun. 

But what about all the supernatural elements of the show, where iconic mythical creatures like Big Foot and the Loch Ness Monster come out to play?

Rest assured, she's equally stoked about that — onscreen and off. 

"Completely and totally, I am such a believer [in the supernatural]," says Tamara.

Perhaps because she says she's had exposure to it from a very young age! "When I was growing up, we had a poltergeist — a friendly little guy in our house — that would do random things, like make my favorite pair of jeans disappear," she explains. "I'd of course be bummed with my mom. But then they'd reappear six months later, folded on my bed, like nothing happened."

A little freaky — but also pretty cool! Hear more of the ladies' spook-fest of a chat above! 

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