From the horrific Bushtakar tests to the fear of being voted in, every celebrity campmate has enough to fear.
But the stars are facing a more terrifying prospect at their Gwich Castle home for the next few weeks.
There are horrific shadows in the windows, haunting screams in the dark and a woman floating in white, some of the most terrifying incidents of paranormal activity believed to be on a castle in North Wales.
The shocking crew is refusing to work in the 200-year-old castle at night after seeing a haunted face in the windows and hearing “horrible noises”.
Legend has it that the 19th-century Gerrace is haunted by the ghosts of its former inhabitants, including the betrayed Countess, who patrols the castle at night in revenge.
When the castle is open to the public, you can stay and participate in ghost hunting and even overnight stays.
Castle operators said the Countess Tower is the most extraordinarily active area of the castle and is located inside the gardens that Countess herself calls being haunted.
They said: “Inside the chapel, backhouse and coachhouse, some people have experienced the presence of an old gameless, distressed dairy-maid and other house staff.
“Still, you can pick him up better on the encounter with the dark spirit of Donald, Earl of the Countess’s tyrant husband, who is said to have kept the castle of the castle stolen from him after his death.”
Presenters Ant Mc McCartlin and Declan Donnelly have already noticed some bizarre events in the dungeon crypt themselves.
While making an Instagram video in the trial area, Ante saw something in the distance and jokingly grabbed his chest and started running.
The ant said, “She was a woman of props. She was not a countess.”
When Dec added: “Sorry, someone put Willis on us. That was his own experience.”
The ITV crew working in North Wales is believed to have caused a stir, but this is nothing new.
Behind the creepy castle is a real life tragedy that survives to this day.
Countess DF Donald Onald N, Winifred Cochrane, is believed to have tormented the castle at night in anger at her tyrannical husband.
When the wealthy heir died in 1924, he tried to leave the castle to King George V to end 1,000 years of private ownership, but the gift was refused and put up for auction.
Her husband, Douglas Cochrane, the 12th Earl of Donald, then sold all her possessions so she could buy the castle for herself.
Now it is said that the “angry” countess will return every night because of her husband’s betrayal.
But that’s not the only scare in the area, as workers claim to have experienced the presence of an elderly game keeper, a distressed dairy maid and a butler.
Some locals believe that the spirit of a servant girl who falls off a horse and falls to the ground, while Donaldnal’s tyrant Earl himself is said to be taking the reins of the castle corridor.
Real-life ghost encounters by staff and Gwich visitors are commonplace – with guests taking part in monthly ghost hunts.
According to the castle’s website, the Countess Tower is the most unusually active area of the castle and is located inside a garden that is considered haunted by the Countess itself.
Back in September 2018, a volunteer was hovering over a ladder where a butler found his end.
Jenny explained, “This handrail didn’t work out anything and I felt like something was pushing me up the top three stairs.”
“Seconds later, my partner told me that Butler died right there on the same stairs. I didn’t say what just happened!”
When the duty manager Devi felt that the horrible presence had reached him in the dark – but when he spread the light no one was there.
“Frightened, I heard a little chaining at the main door and then the steps started moving towards me,” Devi recalled.
“It was pitch black on the main race slope, and I was waiting for the electrician to finish in the other part of the castle so I could l.
“The steps grew closer and closer … and then one foot in front of me almost came to a dead stop.
“Barely able to take a breath, I pulled out my phone and wrapped my torch around it… but no one was there.”
The former Knight of Gwich, who re-enacted the war and mocked the castle from the 1970s to the early 90s, also saw some horror.
Graham Jones once heard the snorting of horses and the squealing of cobbles as he walked home from the castle, but there was nothing behind it.
Recounting another experience, Graham told the BBC: “After the siege show, the castle manager asked me to get a flag pole on the roof. I went to do it, there was an old woman out the door outside the roof.
“You can’t go this way!” She said. So I went the other way and somehow she got there before me. She kept saying ‘you are not allowed here!’.
“When I came back I asked the manager about the old lady and he said ‘What old man?’.”
He later identified the mysterious woman in a very old photograph of the former staff of the castle – and she would have died before encountering him on the roof of the palace.
And his friend Steve, a security guard, once heard someone coming down the kitchen steps and saw someone breathing in the back of his throat.
At least one additional camp mate appears to have joined the celebrations this year, as a haunted man appeared at the window of Guerich Castle during the night of the launch.
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Said an employee of the attraction Sun: That they felt his presence to the woman floating in the white and haunted hunters.
They claimed that “some crew are absolutely horribly affected and they don’t want to go to the castle.”
“The main set has a lot of lights but there are also a lot of dark areas behind the curtains and some of the sounds are very spooky.
“Even employees who don’t believe in this kind of thing are reluctant to go to some of the parts that were used to operate the devices and the camera mera position.”
Paranormal investigator Gemma Williams said this Rajinda message That she was “chased by a shining woman dressed in red during an overnight stay.”
He said, “My friends and I were shocked to see him there.”
“She was wearing an old fashioned red dress, a white shawl over her arms and curly hair.
“We heard the almighty scream from him, it was really, really loud, which makes us run again, it breaks the trumpet. We ran down in front of the castle on a full turn.
“We all reached the bottom and said one by one that we’ve seen a woman in red. There’s no explanation for that.”
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