In other property news, Adele is flogging off her Sussex mansion:
Singer Adele puts her ‘haunted’ house in Partridge Green up for saleWow. Haunted? Really, The Evening Argus?
Adele famously gave a US TV host a guided tour of the mansion in 2012 but also reportedly believed it was haunted.By the way, "Adele's Scary Corridor" is a great option if you're looking to give a Shambling Revival band a name.
She told 60 Minutes presenter Anderson Cooper that one corridor in particular was “quite scary really”.
So not really haunted, then, just a corridor. Anything else?
She also claimed to have heard strange noises in part of the building which used to be a convent – so she reportedly paid a bodyguard £100,000 to stay with her in the listed building.What, exactly, would be the point of a bodyguard if you've got a ghost nun clattering about your vestibule? You'd want a Ghostbuster, or at the very least an exorcist.
The house is on at six million, but Kirstie and Phil suggest you should be able to get at least ten per cent off to cover the costs of cleaning the ectoplasm off the hardwood floors.