The Aboriginal dreaming legend speaks of a married woman, Oolana of Yidnji, who fell in love with a man named Dyga from a passing tribe. Before fleeing with this new found love they were confronted by her husband at the pool. She is said to have thrown herself into the gentle water below and called for Dyga to follow.
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Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email We'll admit, it is more entertaining than scary watching the crew of TV's Most Haunted running about with bated breath in the dark corridors of historic UK buildings.
But after 15 years of filming the paranormal program Yvette Fielding and co have finally produced footage to send a shiver up viewers' spines.
Shot at Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire, the team are stopped in their tracks by the sound of footsteps in one particularly spooky hallway. A ghostly figure then emerges in an archway after presenters Karl Beattie and Stuart Torevell's attempts to coax the 'spirit' out of hiding.
And what do you do if confronted by a potential member of the afterlife? Run directly towards it of course. Yvette Fielding described the scenes as 'the most ground-breaking footage we have ever recorded' Image: PA Read More The team give chase only to appear in a creepy empty room with no sign of the translucent figure.
Host Yvette Fielding described the scenes as 'the most ground-breaking footage we have ever recorded. Apparently not, according to Most Haunted's sceptic Glen Hunt who claimed the clip 'couldn't possibly be doctored.
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