SHE'S been coined the 'First Lady of the Paranormal' and has appeared in some of the nation's best-loved TV shows.
Among these was a stint in the I'm A Celebrity jungle eight years ago, alongside Spandau Ballet's Tony Hadley and Lady Colin Campbell.
Back then, Yvette Fielding, 55, was a fiery redhead; a stark contrast to her current two-tone hairdo.
The ghost hunting TV star now also wears chic, thick-rimmed specs for a totally different look to her days in camp.
A successful author in addition to a household name on the box, Yvette's latest release is a spooky book for young adults titled Most Haunted Theatres.
It sees the spectre hunter on a mission to uncover the ghostly histories of nine historic entertainment venues.
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Not for the faint-hearted, readers will be introduced to ‘the father of clowns’, the ghost of the killer thespian Charles Jacklin, and the lingering spirit of a ballerina who tragically took her own life.
Yvette said of the book, which will be released in February: "As Most Haunted is being shown on different streaming platforms we’re seeing lots and lots of brand-new, young fans to the series, and I’ve been desperate to write something for them that captures all of the thrills and chills I’ve had investigating in theatres over the years – there’s something about them, there’s always a story or two behind the scenes!
"I can’t wait to get out there and meet my young paranormal fans.”
The new book series, which features a second instalment focused on haunted castles, shares its name with Yvette and husband Karl Beattie's wildly popular Most Haunted television series which saw them investigate paranormal activity at haunted hotspots around the country.
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The spine-chilling programme often resulted in a lots of screaming, jumps and scares as the crew bunked in creepy castles homes and estates.
The long-running show moved to YouTube after its 17 year telly stint came to an end in 2019 and last aired as a Halloween special from Delapré Abbey last year.
Yvette's storied career involved time as a host of Blue Peter at the tender age of 18, the youngest presenter in its history at the time.
Throughout the 90s she appeared in all manner of programmes such as ITV kids' show What's Up Doc? and The Heaven and Earth Show on the BBC.
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