Paul Chuckle fears he’s being haunted by ghosts.
The TV legend, 75, and his wife Sue have experienced paranormal activity at his home in Doncaster.
A source said: "There have been some strange incidents at the property.
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"Paul thinks there could be a ghost that’s targeting it."
ChuckleVision star Paul is so convinced there are spirits plaguing his home, he’s planning to bring in ghosthunters.
Dark arts specialist Ian Lawman, paranormal researcher Jayne Harris and investigator Barri Ghai will be visiting to see if they can make contact with the ghosts.
Paul will also be able to find out if the ghost of his late brother Barry is trying to contact him from beyond the grave.
The source added: "This is a chance for Paul to find out what’s going on.
"He’s hoping that getting some experts in will put his mind at rest and give him some clarity."
The investigation will be filmed by TV crews for paranormal series Celebrity Help! My House Is Haunted.
Other celebs who have signed up to appear on the series include model Jodie Kidd, former royal butler Paul Burrell and singer Russell Watson.
It comes after Paul left This Morning viewers in tears last year as he revealed details of his brother Barry's 2018 death.
The brothers fronted BBC series ChuckleVision from 1979 until 2009 as a popular children's TV show featuring slapstick comedy.
Paul, real name Paul Elliott, described the passing of his older brother Barry as "just awful" before moving viewers to tears as he described how he hid his cancer.
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Speaking on the ITV daytime show, Paul shared at the time: "He knew had he said anything, our manager and myself would have said straightaway 'Get yourself sorted'.
"He'd have lost pantomimes, gigs and he wanted to keep working. And that's the reason he didn't tell us."
He spoke about how Barry battled cancer, as he explained: "It got rough for him. Cancer gets you and there's nothing you can do about it. Obviously painkillers and stuff.
"I couldn't blame him, that was his thing and he'd always said he would do that and he did that. But still, it was it was awful."
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