Mijda Jamalzadeh, an Afghan native who sang to Obama's family at the White House, admitted that her family had a history of ghosts. She was horrified when she saw what had happened and confirmed that she did not see the ghost in the studio but felt it.
"The recording studio is made up of two underground levels, it makes you feel lonely because of the total darkness, and sometimes you feel someone is breathing down the neck.
Mehda Jamalzadeh revealed that her mother was a ghost victim in the city of Kabul, where she saw a small group of people walking in front of her in the basement of the house. She said many of the neighbors saw flowers and that was normal among people in the area.