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Creeped out ITV viewers hear voice say ‘death is irreversible’ during Queen’s funeral

Creeped out ITV viewers hear voice say ‘death is irreversible’ during Queen’s funeral

Some viewers are convinced it was the voice of a late member of the Royal Family

Viewers of the Queen's funeral have been left terrified after a mysterious voice interrupted ITV's livestream and seemed to say 'death is irreversible'.

The creepy clip was later reposted to social media, which features the late monarch's remains being driven from Westminster Abbey, where her state funeral was held, to St George's Chapel, Windsor.

However, some viewers speculated that it could be a late member of the Royal Family. Listen closely to the clip to judge for yourself:

The footage opens on a shot of the Queen's hearse as a creepy voice is heard saying: "that death is irreversible and the fact that she's..." before being cut off by the presenter.

The final word is difficult to decipher, as some suggested that the narrator said either 'trapped' or 'travelling', with one person saying: "the death is irreversible and the fact she is trapped

that's what I heard."

Another said: "I feel like they were going to say “the fact that she’s travelled”, but it gets cut off before she finishes the sentence."

However, social media has been rife with rumours about what's really going on the clip, which has been viewed at least two million times on TikTok alone.

The Queen was being transported to Windsor after her funeral on Monday 19 September.
Sueddeutsche Zeitung Photo / Alamy Stock Photo

Some TikTok users even suggested that it might be Princess Diana speaking from beyond the grave.

One viewer wrote: "sounds like Diana."

A second remarked: "Spirit can talk through frequencies... sounds like Diana,"

"Does sound like a ghostly Diana that ngl," a third said while a fourth added: "Somethings wrong I can feel it [sic]."

"This is so cool Diana gets the last word," remarked a fifth.

However, a sixth offered a more logical explanation about what was going on, writing: "Could be someone sat next to the presenter and was speaking when the mics was on [sic]."

The National shared a similar opinion, speculating that the creepy voice was most likely a guest speaking in the broadcasting room, and was accidentally picked up by the presenter's microphone.

The Queen was laid to rest in St George's Chapel, Windsor.
Alamy / PA Images

However, the phantom voice was far from the only thing to go slightly wrong at the Queen's funeral, as a spider also went viral after it was spotted crawling across the late monarch's coffin.

One Twitter user imagined how it went down: "Imagine you're a spider in the garden and you fall asleep in a pink rose.

"When you wake up, you stretch all your little legs and realise that you're suddenly naked in Westminster Abbey, on top of the Queen's coffin in front of world leaders and billions of people."

"[The] spider on Queen Elizabeth's coffin [is] now more famous than fly on Mike Pence's head," added a second.

A third couldn't help but joke: "The spider on the Queen's coffin got an invite to her funeral via the web."

"I love the little spider crawling across the Queen's coffin, completely oblivious as to [whose] coffin it is," wrote a fifth. "Kind of reminds you that even though she was the Queen, she was still only human like the rest of us."

LADbible has reached out to ITV for comment.

Featured Image Credit: ITV/ Sueddeutsche Zeitung Photo / Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: News, The Queen, Royal Family