From the New York Post [caution, tabloid]:
Joan Rivers’ former haunted triplex penthouse is back from the grave with a fresh new look.
The late legendary comedian and American icon swore her sprawling Upper East Side home — which hit the market in May for $38 million and is styled like the palace of Versailles — was haunted by the ghost of Mrs. Spencer, J.P. Morgan’s niece and original resident of the John R. Drexel mansion at 1 E. 62nd — a grand, 42-foot-wide, six-story residence. “It was just very strange,” Rivers said on the show. “The apartment was cold. I could never get any of my electrical things to work correctly.” Quipped the doorman to River, “I guess Mrs. Spencer is back.”