Date: 17th August 2006
Crew on the James Bond film Casino Royale have refused to get on a stunt jumbo jet - because it's haunted.
The workers fear the 747 is protected by the spirit of a passenger who died from a heart attack on board.
Crew say the lights and warning systems have come on during filming - even though the jet has no power.
Crew also claim to have seen the woman's ghost gliding up and down the aisles of the 30-year-old plane.
According to The Sun one worker said: "We were asked to stay on it overnight for one scene, but several of the crew refused."
"Some won't get on board at all because of the ghost. It's been a real problem."
The de-commissioned £2million former South African Airways jumbo is due to appear in several scenes.
The plane is kept at Dunsfold Aerodrome at Cranleigh, Surrey.
Spokesman David McAllister said: "I cannot discuss the film but I am aware of the plane being haunted. Everyone knows the story."
Source: Press Release