Kerry Katona left terrified after ghost tells her to leave I’m a Celeb castle
Kerry Katona, 40, fled the I'm A Celebrity castle after a terrifying run in with a ghost during a tour if the sprawling grounds.
The Atomic Kitten singer was on a spooky group waking tour when she heard the voice from beyond the grave.
Kerry and her friends here in the castle's crypt when the incident took place.
Chatting about the evening, organisers Lee and Linzi Steer said: "We went in expecting the least.
"Throughout the course of the investigation, we believe we captured some amazing scientific results that could confirm there was something strange going off at Gwrych Castle.
"We could physically hear what was being said in full sentences, rather than just words."
Going into detail about Kerry's spooky moment, they added to North Wales Live: "Whilst on camera we could hear noises of things being moved around on a floor above, and knowing there was nobody in the castle other than the people on the investigation, this was alarming.
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"Whilst in the 'crypt' of the castle, Kerry's reaction which was caught on camera when told to leave, she instantly agreed, replying to the spirits telling them: 'I'm off, its too much, I'm leaving now.'
"The entire investigation was all very interesting, and I didn't expect to encounter as much evidence as we did, more so towards the last half of the investigation."
The castle was famously used by ITV bosses for I'm A Celeb 2020 after the pandemic killed off any chance of the usual Australian edition of the show.
ITV's chief executive Dame Carolyn McCall recently confirmed they would return to the castle for the November series if Covid restrictions are still in place by November.
McCall said: "If we can go back to Australia – and this show is meant to be in Australia – then that's what we'll do.
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"We have a very good plan if not, as we have already done it once [in the castle]."
Meanwhile, Ant and Dec also confirm they enjoyed the Welsh series.
Ant said: "We were very welcomed in Wales. There were cardboard cut-outs of me and Dec in the butcher's, and the local school did a tribute.
"We'd happily go back there. We'd miss the sunshine, mind."
Dec added: "The people in Wales were lovely. They made us feel very welcome. I had a lovely time.
"I will miss the sunshine, but I will not miss the jetlag of coming back from Australia. I'd love to go back to Oz. But if we had to go back to Wales, I wouldn't be disappointed."
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