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Get me out of here in ghost hunt

Dudley | News | Published:

They've braved creepy-crawlies in the Australian jungle and taken part in fearsome Bushtucker Trials, but stars from a popular TV programme faced their worst nightmare when they went ghost-hunting in the Black Country.

wd2696912celebrity.jpgThey've braved creepy-crawlies in the Australian jungle and taken part in fearsome Bushtucker Trials, but stars from a popular TV programme faced their worst nightmare when they went ghost-hunting in the Black Country.

Stars from I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here spent the night at the Black Country Living Museum, in Tipton Road, Dudley to record a special episode of Most Haunted.

King of the Jungle Christopher Biggins was joined by fellow contestants Cerys Matthews, Matt Willis, Willis' girlfriend Emma Griffiths and Dean Gaffney for the shoot which was hosted by presenter Yvette Fielding.

The celebrities were guided around the museum's gas-lit village and the nearby Guest Hospital site where they explored psychic spaces, spiritual hotspots and Black Country bumps in the night.

The show will be aired tomorrow on ITV2 at 9pm. Several members of staff have reported being unnerved by ghostly goings-on at the museum over the years.

One worker, Ann Key, saw a vision of a terrier-like dog in a room above the chemist shop and another, Carol Johnson, saw a tall figure walk past a door in the toll cottage when she was mopping up.

When she went to investigate and tell whoever it was that they should not be back there, there was nobody there.

The museum's marketing assistant Angela Clay said: "The crew arrived and set up at about midday and the celebrities turned up at about 7pm and stayed until 6am the following day," she said.

"We met them all beforehand and they were lovely, but we don't know what went on inside the buildings so tomorrow night's show will be a surprise for us as well.

"You could hear the screams coming from inside the buildings. Dean Gaffney was the most frightened."

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