Scott Stapp has been involved in some weird things in the past few years. Having threatened to assassinate Barack Obama, being arrested right after getting married, and being so broke that he resorted to living in a Holiday Inn.

In the latest chapter of the Scott Stapp Saga, the former singer of Creed says the ghost of Scott Weiland paid him a visit while in the bathroom to warn him.

In a recent interview with GQ, Stapp says,

"All of a sudden, it was almost like Weiland speaking to me from the grave, man. It was a very weird feeling that I felt. I remember being in the bathroom, looking in the mirror, on the bus, and feeling like I could hear or feel him saying, 'Dude, this could have been you. And this could be you if you continue that path. Don't do what I did. Don't go down that road.' And literally, I'm having this moment."

Strangely enough, the bathroom Stapp refers to was the one built into his tour bus he was renting at the time, the same tour bus Weiland died in only a few months earlier. Stapp is currently singer of Art of Anarchy, a band that Weiland had fronted before his passing.

The former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver singer passed away on December 3, 2015 after a long battle with substance abuse.

Here is Stapp's latest musical endeavor with Art of Anarchy:

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