From hologram to ghost, the legend of Tupac Shakur lives on. According to DJ Quik, he was haunted by the ghost of the late rapper.

When asked if he's ever had an supernatural experiences, Quik tells TMZ that he heard the ghost of Pac while recording a track, which was ironically a remix of one of his songs.

Quik explains that West Coast rhymer Big Syke was in the Los Angeles studio with him to lay down his vocals in the notorious "Karen Carpenter Room," named after the deceased singer. She apparently haunts the place.

“Syke kicks back, hits a blunt, and starts laughing into the microphone. And he sounds eerily like Tupac,” said Quik. "And the lights just got a little weird. I got chills. It was like Tupac f---ing haunted the studio."

Are Tupac and Karen Carpenter hanging out in the afterlife together? The TMZ crew goes a step further to imagine if the two are "ghost boning." Weird.

Quik's new album, 'The Midnight Life,' arrives Oct. 14.

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