The League of Gentlemen went 'ghost hunting' at The Ram Inn in Gloucestershire
Best known for their black comedy and macabre sense of humour, The League of Gentlemen visited Gloucestershire to spend a night in a reputedly haunted inn.
The cult comedy group were reunited for the first time in five years as they carried out a paranormal investigation at The Ram Inn in Wotton-under-Edge - supposedly one of the most haunted buildings in the UK.
The Scooby Doo-esque stunt was recorded for a special BBC Radio Four programme, which will be broadcast later this year at Halloween.
The League of Gentlemen (Reece Shearsmith, Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson) said they had always wanted to spend a night together in a haunted house.
"The horror genre has been very influential in all our fiction - and together we wanted to have a real life experience that would push the boundaries of our beliefs," said Reece.
"We chose the Ancient Ram Inn as it has the reputation for being one of the most haunted places in Britain."
So did anything spooky happen?
Radio producer Stephen Garner says we'll have to tune in to the finished programme to find out, although he did reveal that there were some "spooky noises, cold sensations and a few strange odours".
"The boys are famous for their own sinister characters such as Papa Lazarou and Edward and Tubbs so they may have scared most of the ghosts off," he said.
The programme featuring The League of Gentlemen ghost hunting at the Ram Inn in Gloucestershire will be broadcast on BBC Radio Four on 28 October 2010.