Breaking News:TV Psychic Dead – Most Haunted Tv Star Dies after short illness

Derek Acorah dead – Celebrity Big Brother and Most Haunted star dies aged 69 after short illness.

Most Haunted star Derek Acorah has died aged 69 ‘after a very brief illness’ that put him in a coma in intensive care, his devastated wife has confirmed.

Derek Acorah at an event in Manchester recently. image: Facebook

In a statement posted on his official Facebook page, Gwen Acorah Johnson said her husband had passed away ‘after a very brief illness’.

She wrote: ‘Farewell my love! I will miss you forever! I’m devastated to announce that my beloved husband Derek has passed away after a very brief illness.

‘Thank you so much to everybody who has supported me – I can never thank you enough. ‘ 

A few days ago Acorah had posted on Facebook about he and his wife being ill over the festive period.

He wrote: ‘Good morning everybody and I hope you’ve all had a spectacular celebration bringing in the new year and the new decade.

                Derek with his Wife Gwen

‘I spent the time quietly at home with Gwen as we’ve both had the awful flu bug which has brought us down so low, hence the reason for my lack of live presence on facebook.

‘I hope to be back within the next couple of days when I will be giving messages from spirit for the new year. Have a wonderful day everybody and much love to you all! X.’ 

In Gwen’s social media post this morning she also mentioned a ‘vile couple who hounded him’ while he was in a coma. ‘I hope you have the decency to hang your heads in shame,’ she added.

 Derek seen here with the cast of the Most   Haunted Crew

Acorah found fame as a spiritual medium and fronted Predictions With Derek Acorah early in his TV career.

He went on to appear in series 20 of Celebrity Big Brother, where he came fourth.

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Deirdre Tynan is an award-winning journalist who enjoys bringing the best in news reporting to Spain’s largest English-language newspaper, Euro Weekly News. She has previously worked at The Mirror, Ireland on Sunday and for news agencies, media outlets and international organisations in America, Europe and Asia. A huge fan of British politics and newspapers, Deirdre is equally fascinated by the political scene in Madrid and Sevilla.


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