This video was produced by my friend Chris Halton of Haunted Earth Paranormal in Essex, UK. Chris is a serious spiritual sensitive as well as a gifted hands-on-healer who I have gained a great deal of respect for since I became familiar with his abilities...Lon
Chris Halton's statement: We were contacted some months ago by a Naomi Polley who is the official lookalike of the late Diana Dors.
Following a spiritual encounter at a BBC TV studio where she believes that Diana tried to make contact, I agreed to video one of her regular visits to the grave site of this lady where it was hoped that the spirit of Diana would speak.
Some strange EVP was captured during this investigation.
Some viewers who were fans of this actress may find this distasteful, but no disrespect was shown during the filming of this video nor intended.
You can find Chris' videos at Haunted Earth Videos and his website at Haunted Earth Paranormal
Diana Dors' Biography
Diana Dors (23 October 1931 – 4 May 1984) was an English actress and sex symbol.
She was born Diana Mary Fluck in Swindon, England and was educated at Colville House in Swindon. She was considered the English equivalent of the blonde bombshells of Hollywood.
Through the 1950s and 1960s, Diana Dors made over 35 films, most prominently in comedies. By the time she was 20 years old, Dors was already very famous in the UK and became the youngest owner of a Rolls Royce. Some of her most notable roles were in the 1956 movie “Yield to the Night,” the 1972 Antonia Barber film adaptation “The Amazing Mr. Blunden” and the BBC TV Shakespeare series “Timon of Athens” in 1981. Diana Dors also appeared on a legendary “The Alfred Hitchcock Show” episode that was so gruesome that it was banned from being aired for decades.
Diana Dors also had several music recordings. In 1951, she released “A Kiss and a Cuddle, and a Few Kind Words From You” and “I Feel So Mmmm” on a two-side 78 rpm single. For the film “As Long As They’re Happy,” Dors sang “The Hokey Pokey Polka” for the movie soundtrack. Diana released her first and only album entitled “Swinging Dors” in 1960. Other singles followed, including the song “It’s Too Late/So Little Time” in 1966, “Passing By/It’s a Small World” in 1977 and “Where Did They Go/It’s You Again” in 1982.
While juggling film production and music recording, Diana Dors appeared on TV shows, including “All Our Saturdays,” “Just William,” “Hammer House of Horror: Children of the Full Moon” and “The Two Ronnies: The Worm that Turned.”From 1970 to 1972, Diana Dors played Queenie Shepherd in British sitcom “Queenie’s Castle.”
When Diana Dors died of ovarian cancer in May 4, 1984, she left a mark on pop culture for her “50s blonde bombshell look” alongside other icons like Marilyn Monroe, Mamie Van Doren and Jayne Mansfield.