MIC's Lucy Watson was given the fright of her life in this haunted house

Ghosts controlled by smart technology could well be the stuff of nightmares and this Halloween, O2 has launched its own spooky haunted house with a techie edge.

The first to endure its terror were Made In Chelsea’s Lucy Watson, TV personality Rylan Clark and former Corrie star Helen Flanagan.

As they trio took their first steps into the creepy abyss, nothing could prepare them for what was to follow..

MIC's Lucy Watson was given the fright of her life in this haunted house

The trio were led through five rooms, each plagued by its own smart technology-controlled ghosts and ghouls to provide a truly frightening experience. Although Lucy seemed to enjoy it all.

MIC's Lucy Watson was given the fright of her life in this haunted house

MIC's Lucy Watson was given the fright of her life in this haunted house

“Wow I love being scared and that certainly gave me a weird adrenaline rush,” MIC’s Lucy admitted.

“Every room was a shock and my heart rate soared”.

MIC's Lucy Watson was given the fright of her life in this haunted house

MIC's Lucy Watson was given the fright of her life in this haunted house

“It’s just so clever, I love smart tech and the scariest part was definitely not knowing what was going to happen next!” said Rylan.

MIC's Lucy Watson was given the fright of her life in this haunted house

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