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Mr Skinner, from Pembrokeshire, south west Wales, said: 'It really doesn't bother me at all - I've not noticed any spooky activity while I've been living in there.'The ambulance has probably saved more lives than the number it's seen lose their life, that's how I like to think of it.''I did the whole conversion myself.The previous owner had tried to start to convert it but didn't get anywhere.The Bachelor is the sort of movie that seems about eight years old as soon as it comes out on TV.The special effects involving various men running with horses look about this old.'I did most of it in the first two months to make it liveable so I could move in as soon as possible, but then I kept adding to it until I got the van to feel a bit more homely and comfortable.'The whole conversion cost around £2,000.I'm quite handy so I already had the tools and I did the work myself - I spent a lot of time on it but I enjoyed doing it.'I just love the finish of it, I really think it looks great and I've loved living in it - to own and live in an ambulance is a dream I've always had.
But it seems Tarek El Moussa may have wanted to avoid the stress of renovations when he chose to rent a newly constructed, cherried-out pad in Newport Beach back in October.
The 35-year-old reality star reportedly moved into the flashy home a few months before he filed for divorce in January, according to TMZ.