Are the rumors about the ghosts lurking in the I’m A Celebrity castle true?
Fans of the hit ITV show could get some closer if the ghouls who haunt the grounds of Gwrych Castle where the reality show has been filmed in recent years.
The Abergele site administrators have released a batch of dates when people can venture onto the grounds of the 200-acre estate for ghost-hunting tours.
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Each survey is led by a professional in-house team at Gwrych Castle – who have been leading visits to the estate for many years.
When booking, those wishing to participate are advised: “You will participate in vigils around the grounds of the castle and, where possible, in the newly restored sections of the main building. After your initial check-in, you will receive a short welcome speech followed by a presentation of the material.
“After the conference, you will be taken with the other guests of the evening on a “safety walk” and a historical visit of the castle by our internal team.
“After the walk, everyone will be divided into small groups. Then, in your small groups, vigils will be held in and around the castle using a range of paranormal equipment, including dowsing rods and K2 meters. You will also have the opportunity to participate in the table tip if you wish.
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Tours – run from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. – are already booked in March and April – but other slots are available later in the year from May.
One person who can vouch for the spooky sightings at the castle is Kerry Katona.
The former Atomic Kitten singer from Warrington once took a nighttime tour of the grounds with paranormal investigators – but fled the castle after ‘spirits’ told her to ‘go away’.
Among the claims of strange noises, visitors generally claim to have seen the so-called “White Lady”. She is believed to be the Countess of Dundonald – who lived at the castle in the 19th century.
Tours will take place at least once a month – but you must be 16 or over to attend.
Priced at £40 per person, all proceeds will go to the Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust.
To book a seat, go to https://gwrychcastle.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/37423.
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