Just what does this 'ghost' really think about a 19th century castle under going restoration work?
That's what paranormal investigators from Paradox Paranormal were trying to gauge when they recorded voice of the 'ghost' at Abergele's Gwyrch Castle in North Wales.
And as ongoing restoration works to the building continues, it is believed that ghouls residing there have been disturbed.
A decision was made in 2014 to carry out the work at the Grade I listed building and its gardens in a bid to return them to their original splendour, reports the Daily Post.
But there have been spooky goings-on ever since - with dogs being frightened by mystery presences and sightings of a ghostly white woman.
Gwrych Castle in Abergele
Armed with special equipment including cameras, voice recorders, and ultra violet lighting Paul Rowland and his team Paradox Paranormal took to the historic site in search of answers.
However, the seasoned investigator admits even he was shocked by what they found.
The group visited an area which was once believed to have been kennels and stables and began to call out to any spirits.
When asked, "how are you feeling about the renovations to this castle", Paul claims that they have captured the voice of a ghost replying "happy".
Paul said: "We were calling out to the spirit world for contact and a vocal response as we went around the grounds.
"We record short 'call-out' sessions to then play back straight away.
"In all but two locations we had little responses, in the writing room we recorded brief muffled responses when one of our guests asked questions, but these were unfortunately unclear.
"When we visited the area we believe to once have been kennels and stables we once again called out this time Steve asked out, 'how are you feeling about the renovations to this castle'?
"When we played back the recording we believe there was a faint response "happy' as an answer to the question."
He added: "It is interesting to think that if it was a real-time response then a spirit was with us at the time.
"During investigations in other locations we have had similar one word responses, these are generally known as EVP's Electronic Voice Phenomena and at present only appear on recordings, but I am currently working on new equipment to listen for responses 'live'."
Historian and founder of Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust Dr Mark Baker attended the investigation and believes the voice could be the Countess of Dundonald.
Two years ago, a tower which had been derelict since the 1940s was refurbished to how it would have looked when its last resident, Winifred Bamford-Hesketh, Countess of Dundonald, lived there a century ago.
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