Tim McGraw and Faith Hill just told the craziest ghost story we’ve heard in some time during their appearance on “The Blair Garner Show.”

In the early 2000s, Tim and Faith were looking to rent a house in Los Angeles, so they looked at the former home of entertainment icon Frank Sinatra, who passed away in 1998. At this point, all of Frank’s old furniture was still in the house, but the family wasn’t interested in renting the home. They only wanted to sell it.

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Tim and Faith went back over there one last time to try to look at the house, and their daughter Gracie, who was 4 years old at the time, went with them. That’s when things get strange.

Tim recalls Gracie went right to the piano and sat on the side of the bench as if she was sitting next to a person playing the piano. After a few minutes, Tim called Gracie to go with them upstairs.

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Tim says “We start to go upstairs, and at the top of the stairs there’s a black-and-white photo of Frank Sinatra but with his eyes painted blue. Gracie stops. She stops in the middle of the stairs and says, ‘Dad, that’s the guy!’ I’m like, ‘What do you mean, that’s the guy?’ She says, ‘That’s the guy that was at the piano with me.’ I said, ‘Gracie, really?’ She said, ‘Yeah, he was sitting at the piano with me.’ I said, ‘Where did he go?’ She said, ‘He went to the kitchen. He loves the kitchen.'”

The woman showing them the house confirmed that Frank loved to hang out with all his guests in the kitchen. What’s even more crazy is Frank used a hidden doorway to go to the kitchen from where the piano sat on the first floor.

Says Tim, “[Graice] said, ‘I’ll show you.’ She took us straight to the kitchen where he went in the door.”

The Sinatras obviously took that as a sign that Frank really liked the McGraw family. That afternoon, Tim and Faith got a call that the family was going to let them rent the house.

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Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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