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sleepdodger Sun 18-Nov-12 21:22:10

Ooh er creepy...!

DuchessofMalfi Sun 18-Nov-12 22:25:54

That was good. But I'm watching a comedy to calm down now so I can sleep grin.

KenDoddsDadsDog Sun 18-Nov-12 22:26:46

It was good !

edam Sun 18-Nov-12 22:28:13

ooh, I thought it was the Peak District, am oddly pleased I was right. Laughed at the way they all went to bed in separate rooms after the scary goings on - I'd have been insisting on everyone sleeping in the same room, if not the same bed! Missed the start so didn't see what appears to have been the most harrowing part.

BigFatSpider Sun 18-Nov-12 22:28:14

Here you are smile Next episode next Sunday at 9.00pm, BBC1.

MrsTomHardy Sun 18-Nov-12 22:29:16

Thank you smile

KeemaNaanAndCurryOn Sun 18-Nov-12 22:32:06

I really enjoyed it. Just the right mix of incredibly creepy with a good story.

I hope I remember to watch it next week.

YY to not going back to bed in separate rooms though!

bruffin Sun 18-Nov-12 22:32:39

Yes it is the little girl from the oreo advert.

Dillydollydaydream Sun 18-Nov-12 22:34:26

I'm going to have to watch this. I've read the book so I know what happens though. It's not too scary I hope?!

RiaOverTheRainbow Sun 18-Nov-12 22:37:12

Very creepy. <Mentally takes stock of all ghost weapons in the house>

MacAndCheese Sun 18-Nov-12 22:44:18

What happens in the book?!

legoqueen Sun 18-Nov-12 23:18:48

Thanks incogneetow, I thought Yorkshire but my husband thought Derbyshire...both with similar buildings & geographical features. I couldn't watch this if I was home alone, it's haunting & sad on so many levels...

PenguinBear Sun 18-Nov-12 23:36:42

Anyone read the book and able to message me the ending please?

MrsTomHardy Sun 18-Nov-12 23:48:48

Omg...just watched it on my own on my iPhone in the dark grin

Loved it!
Didn't know it was a book too

Blondeshavemorefun Mon 19-Nov-12 16:04:21

clashed with celeb, but marking place and will watch on sky planner hopefully tomorrow

working tonight and not sure brave enough to watch in a darkened room via my iphone

dont want to squeal and wake my babies grin

MrsTomHardy Mon 19-Nov-12 16:43:37


It was great tho, can't wait for next episode

Crocklebog Mon 19-Nov-12 20:22:38

It looks like it was filmed in a place called Downham (I was brought up round there), which is Lancashire.

NotGoodNotBad Mon 19-Nov-12 21:40:10

Yes, enjoyed this, nice and creepy. Though I couldn't figure out why when the older daughter had seen the ghost, they all went back to their separate rooms to sleep. Wouldn't you all sleep in the same room after that?

germyrabbit Mon 19-Nov-12 21:45:14

i quite liked it but hope it doesn't turn into the film 'the orphanage'.

MrsTomHardy Mon 19-Nov-12 22:42:55

Yeah I thought that Notgood

Like hell would I go back to sleep full stop.

edam Mon 19-Nov-12 23:03:42

imdb says filmed in Greater Manchester, so Crockle's probably closest to the actual location.

edam Mon 19-Nov-12 23:05:14

They weren't very bothered about their dog going missing, either. I mean, I'm sure if you've lost a child it puts losing a dog into perspective but you'd expect some concern, maybe even added anguish because the kids have already lost their brother and now the ruddy dog's gone too!

AitchTwoOhOneTwo Tue 20-Nov-12 20:14:17

i couldn't watch it, had to switch it off. it was nasty, obvious and exploitative imo. fair enough on ITV...

Oblomov Tue 20-Nov-12 20:19:41

Agree with Edam, couldn't work out why they didn't make more if the dog going missing. Can't see where they are going with this, though. Is it going to be a total anti-climax and totally naff-ola?

edam Tue 20-Nov-12 20:21:22

I suppose you could get hold of the Herbert story, but I'd rather wait for the next episode, don't want to spoil it!

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