Most Haunted Live!

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Most Haunted Live!
Created byYvette Fielding, Karl Beattie
StarringYvette Fielding
Brian Shepherd
Ciarán O'Keeffe
Karl Beattie
Paul Ross
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Executive producer(s)Yvette Fielding
Original networkLiving
Access All Areas:
Original release26 March, 2008 (Satan's city series) – 30 March, 2008 (Satan's city series)
External links

Most Haunted Live is a British paranormal television program based on investigating possible paranormal activity. It is shown on the satellite and cable channels Living, Living2 and Virgin 1 (Formerly Ftn), mainly for the UK market. It is the Live version of Most Haunted which is going into its 10th series on February 19, 2008.[1] It is made by Antix Productions, and is led by Yvette Fielding and her husband Karl Beattie.

Production[change | change source]

The team's latest series leads them to travel to Italy, Turin. Investigating possible paranormal 'hotspots' for 24 hours witihn the city.

Episodes (Satan's City)[change | change source]

Night Place
26th March '08 San Pietro in Vincoli
27th March '08 Lucedio church & priest's house
28th March '08 Lucedio Monastary
29th March '08 Pietro Micca tunnels
30th March '08 Moncaleiri Castle

Team (Satan's City)[change | change source]


Name Function Paranormal Status
Yvette Fielding Exec. Producer/Presenter Open-minded sceptic
Karl Beattie Director/Producer Sceptic
Ciaran O'Keeffe Parapsychologist Open-minded sceptic
Brian Shepherd Medium and psychic artist Open
Patrick Matthews Medium Very much a believer...
since I talk to spirits everyday
Cath Howe Make-up Artist Sceptic
Stuart Torevell Lighting Rigger Believer
Iain Cash (A.K.A. Wigan) Camera Operator Open-minded Sceptic
Geoff Adams Director of Photography Open-minded


Name Function Paranormal Status
Paul Ross Presenter Open-minded
Julian Clegg Interactive Host Open-minded
Lesley Smith Historian Open-minded

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Antix Productions - Welcome". Antix Productions. Retrieved 2008-01-23.

Other websites[change | change source]