Most Haunted has caught their first ever ghost on camera – after fifteen years of aimlessly running around in the dark.
For those of you unfamiliar with the TV phenomenon Most Haunted, it’s a British show where highly suggestible people spend a night in an old house and get terribly excited at the slightest unusual noise.
It’s like Ghostbusters ‘the teenage years’ where everyone is very excitable but they haven’t really got a budget yet.
It is brilliant television.
However, for reasons that aren’t entirely clear, after fifteen years of trying (yes fifteen years) they’ve never actually filmed a ghost. Until now.
The Most Haunted team were spending a spooky evening in Wentworth Woodhouse stable block near Rotherham, South Yorkshire, that was built in 1630 by Thomas Wentworth, the first Earl of Strafford.
You can watch the ghost and decide for yourself whether there is now definitely life after death:
I for one am now completely convinced that the afterlife is totally a real thing. I’m going to cancel my gym subscription and take up roller-derby.
In case you missed it you can clearly see the totally-real ghost here:
Presenter Yvette Fielding said:
Was it the presence of the spirit of a long dead soul, a doppelganger, Stone Tape Replay or something else we are never supposed to understand?
I don’t know Yvette, I thought you were supposed to be the expert.
You can watch Most Haunted on Friday night’s on Really.