Post Malone might be cursed by the world's most haunted object
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Post Malone isn't having a mere string of bad luck--he's actually cursed.

At least, according to "Ghost Adventures" host Zak Bagans. Post Malone and Bagans spent some time at Bagans' Haunted Museum in Las Vegas, where the two handled what's known as the "Dybbuk box," a box said to hold an evil spirit capable of haunting and possessing people. The box inspired the 2012 movie The Possession.

In a video shared by celebrity news site TMZ, Bagans reveals the box, at which point Post Malone touches Bagans' shoulder, screams, then leaves the room--a pretty short, tame encounter to lead to a curse, but Bagans told TMZ that could've been enough. Since the encounter, Post Malone's plane was forced to make an emergency landing after its tires blew, he totaled his Rolls-Royce, and most recently, his home was robbed, with intruders getting away with $20,000 worth of his belongings. He even tweeted that God must hate him.

Maybe Post Malone's luck will turn around in time for the American Music Awards on Oct. 5, where he's nominated for a number of awards--Artist of the Year, Collaboration of the Year, Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Artist, Favorite Album and Favorite Song.