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Model turned presenter, Vogue Williams is embracing the paranormal – after a psychic correctly predicted her pregnancy with daughter Gigi. In this brand new series, she teams up with US medium Chris Fleming to investigate reports of supernatural incidents across Ireland. “I’ve always been obsessed with the supernatural,” says Vogue, who is married to former Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews.
“I’ve delved into the spiritual world with the attitude that we’re going somewhere. “I want to feel that my loved ones are back in the spirit realm and that they’ll come back down to earth. But I don’t believe in ghosts in the sense of them wailing at you and coming to frighten you.
Unless they’re a poltergeist!” From Dublin to Kilkenny, Galway to Wexford, they look into the mysteries, myths and murders behind some of Ireland’s most haunted locations – including King John’s Castle in Limerick, which is haunted by The Black Lady. “Just talking about that gives me goosebumps,” says Vogue. “You do not want to be in that place on your own for a night.
During filming, I was shown a video of a black spirit walking across the walkway. "We also met two guys who worked there and a lot of them had had the same experience of this thing whooshing past them. “There just felt like there was a real darkness in the place.
The air was heavy.
It felt like a really depressing place to find yourself. I was really trying to experience all of it but in the most protected way possible because I was too frightened to do things on my own.” Vogue’s fascination with the supernatural began shortly after a surprise prediction from a tarot card reader. “The last time I had one she told me I was pregnant,” says Vogue.
Tristan Thompson is stepping up for a close family member.
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