Diane Morgan Ghost Clips

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Couldn't find an appropriate thread for this, but after hearing Diane Morgan on a podcast mention her ghost show she did for the BBC last year, I found this page of audio clips from it:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/art...en-terrifying-ghost-stories-from-diane-morgan

Not very in-depth, of course, and the programme itself is no longer available, but some nice little vignettes and the first clip is of the EVP broadcast unwittingly on Radio 4. No idea as to its authenticity, but it sure sounds spooky.
 

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Couldn't find an appropriate thread for this, but after hearing Diane Morgan on a podcast mention her ghost show she did for the BBC last year, I found this page of audio clips from it:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/art...en-terrifying-ghost-stories-from-diane-morgan

Not very in-depth, of course, and the programme itself is no longer available, but some nice little vignettes and the first clip is of the EVP broadcast unwittingly on Radio 4. No idea as to its authenticity, but it sure sounds spooky.
That Sandy Toksvig one gives me the chunners. "Why Not" why not indeed.
 
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You've got a what now? Not quite following your banter, old chap ;)

...but I think we're more or less on the same page - I was baffled by all concerned agreeing that it sounded like "I died", or "your souls will rot in Hades", or whatever - when it's very clearly "why not?".
 

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Yes, definitely "Why not?" Even if it's a snatch of dialogue accidentally picked up by the transmitter (however that would work) it's unsettlingly apt to appear at that stage in the programme.
 

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You've got a what now? Not quite following your banter, old chap ;)

...but I think we're more or less on the same page - I was baffled by all concerned agreeing that it sounded like "I died", or "your souls will rot in Hades", or whatever - when it's very clearly "why not?".
"chunners" is a southern term for something unsettling.
 

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Hi Andy, been desperately trying to hunt the Diane Morgan podcast down for a while - any chance for a DL?
 
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Who wouldn't?

She could ask 'so what exactly is a polka goose?', or whatever it was Janet or Margaret from Green St allegedly enquired about in their innocence!
 

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I'd love to see her interview Sally Morgan or Derek Acorah.
 

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A bump to say Diane Morgan Believes in Ghosts is repeated tonight (Saturday 26th October) at 19:00 on Radio 4 Extra.

Well worth listening to.
Many thanks for this, I listened to half of it this afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed it. This time the Radio 4 EVP sounded like "My God!" Railway ghosts doc was a goodie, as was the Welsh stuff. The bloke who saw the woman sitting at the top of the stairs, staring at him!
 

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Overlong and not especially scintillating, but I did enjoy the aforementioned Sandi Toksvig segment and the part in the Edinburgh Vaults with the girl scratching her leg.
 
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