In a wide-ranging interview with Vanity Fair Tuesday, the actress, 29, said she has conversations with ghosts.
"I talk to them," Stewart said. "If I'm in a weird, small town, making a movie, and I'm in a strange apartment, I will literally be like, 'No, please, I cannot deal. Anyone else, but it cannot be me.' Who knows what ghosts are, but there is an energy that I'm really sensitive to. Not just with ghosts, but with people. People stain rooms all the time."
Stewart, who can next be seen in the new "Charlie's Angels" reboot, also spoke to the publication about how independent directors like Kelly Reichardt and Olivier Assayas helped her move on from "Twilight" fame. The actress starred in five installments of the vampire franchise, which ended in 2012.
"It gave me a chance to not weigh something down," she said. "It was so much bigger than me. My baggage was so minuscule in comparison to what [Reichardt's and Assayas's] story lines are, as filmmakers. I was finally given a chance to be looked at, not as this thing in this celebrity-obsessed culture that was like, 'Oh, that's the girl from 'Twilight.'"
When asked if she's "moved on" from these misunderstandings, Stewart said, "I think I've grown out of this, but I used to be really frustrated that because I didn't leap willingly into being at the center of a certain amount of attention, that it seemed like I was an asshole. I am in no way rebellious. I am in no way contrarian. I just want people to like me."
Although she was very open when talking about her career, the "Personal Shopper" star remained tight-lipped about her reported rekindled relationship with her ex-girlfriend Stella Maxwell.
However, when asked about what she looks for in relationships, Stewart said, "I only date people who complement me."
The September 2019 issue of Vanity Fair hits newsstands August 6.