The show features Fielding and her team of investigators exploring some of the most haunted locations in the UK and beyond, using various methods and equipment to communicate with the spirits.
But before she became a seasoned ghost hunter, Fielding had her first encounter with the paranormal at a very unlikely place: the restrooms of a theater.
In a recent interview on This Morning, Fielding shared her story with hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary, who were both fascinated and terrified by her tale.
Fielding explained that she was visiting the Theater Royal, Drury Lane, which is one of the oldest and most haunted theaters in London. According to legend, the theater is home to several ghosts, including a man in gray, Joseph Grimaldi, and a mysterious figure known as the “Man in Black”.
Fielding said that she was walking down the corridor with two other women when they saw something that made them stop in their tracks.
“It wasn’t a full ghost, it was a pair of legs, just a pair of legs!” she exclaimed.
She described the legs as wearing over-the-knee leather boots and walking slowly up the main staircase. She said that all three of them saw the same thing and ran away as fast as they could.
“Three of us were walking down the corridor and we all stopped because coming up the main staircase were a pair of legs with over-the-knee leather boots, walking almost in slow motion up the stairs.”
“All three of us saw it at the same time, turned and ran.”
Fielding said it was far from the most disturbing thing she experienced during the investigation.
“I’ve had so many but once we did an investigation into a terraced house in Leeds,” she said.
“A carving knife went missing the night we were there and we found it embedded in a cushion in the dark. We felt objects being thrown towards us – there was no breeze at all in the house.”
“It turned out that the house was built over the ruins of a monastery. The nasty entity that had plagued this house was a monk – but not a nice one.”