Something very creepy happened during UK broadcaster ITV’s live coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral on Monday – and the internet was left baffled by it.
As an aerial shot panned down over the Queen’s hearse leaving London, a male commentator was describing what was going on.
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But suddenly, a ghostly female voice could be heard on the feed, whispering: “The death is irreversible … the fact that she’s trapped…”
The male commentator continued talking – and viewers were left completely freaked out by what they’d just heard.
It was never explained who the woman’s voice was, where the words came from or what on earth had just happened.
Twitter went into overdrive with speculation as people logged on to figure out whether they were the only ones to have heard the strange utterance.
Was it someone whispering in the background trying not to be heard live on air?
Was it some kind of disruption in the space-time continuum?
“’Death is irreversible?’ wtf was that ITV,” one Twitter user exclaimed.
“A BANSHEE WHISPERING ON ITV!!!!!” wrote another.
“I’m obsessed with this, what the hell happened?” asked another.
“Well, this has well and truly creeped me out,” one viewer admitted, adding a screaming emoji face.
“I’m not having an existential crisis about death. It’s just death. It beckons us all,” another noted.
“But something spooky happened on ITV.
“If you haven’t seen video, type “the death is irreversible” into Twitter search and ENJOY YOUR SLEEP.”
“Who knew ITV would be the ones to accidentally break the news that some deaths are reversible?” mused one Twitter user.
Another suggested that metal bands will sample that ghostly quote for decades to come.
Other unusual moments caught the attention of viewers during the Queen’s funeral service.
At one point, a spider crept over the Queen’s coffin, clambering over the funeral wreath and a handwritten card from King Charles to his mother.
“The most famous spider in the world right now,” noted one Twitter user who spotted the critter.
Many social media users were amused by the spider’s appearance, which offered a light moment during the solemn funeral.
“Could we get David Attenborough to narrate this scene. I want to know the species and its natural history,” wrote one Twitter user.
Another added: “Princess Charlotte’s web…take a bow.”
In another moment that was more awkward than creepy, one of the bishops dropped his program next to the Queen’s coffin, with the paper sitting, untouched, on the ground for an excruciatingly long period of time.
The A5-sized note was accidentally dropped as the bishop shuffled a stack of papers.
He left it on the ground, but it was clearly visible from every camera angle and was beamed around the world.
At first, many wondered if the piece of paper had some significance, but it quickly became apparent the lonely note had just been dropped and it would break royal funeral etiquette to pick it up.
Within minutes royal watchers had become fascinated with the paper, and it even got its own Twitter account, with the handle @FuneralPaper and the display name “#Papergate”.
The user bio reads, “Will I pick it up, or won’t I? What is on my paper? So many questions, not enough answers.”