Baz is spooked by ghostly goings on as he films in supermarket.
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Posted 25 September 2009 - 08:55 AM
Fun-loving RTE presenter Baz Ashmawy has revealed he was "completely freaked out" after a member of his crew collapsed during a spooky encounter while filming his current Culture Clash series. The Kimmage native told the Herald he was now a believer in the world of the supernatural since filming an upcoming episode for his popular series. "We were in the shopping centre in Carlow that is very famous among the locals as being haunted.
"It is built on what used to be an old prison and lots of people were executed there. "We went down with a group of guys called Leinster Paranormal, who are basically like the Irish ghost-busters but they are a team of electricians and plumbers that try to find any other explanations for paranormal activity. They have been to the shopping centre three or four times and can't explain what is going on.
"Basically we were in there for a few minutes and our soundman Mick Jones took a bit of a turn. "He just had a very strange, weak feeling and had to dump his equipment and sit down for 20 minutes. I was completely freaked out. "I'm not normally into the supernatural but I wouldn't believe or disbelieve in ghosts, I just think things can usually be explained.
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