Filming began this week for six new 30 minute episodes of ABC’s Who’s Been Sleeping In My House?
Archaeologist and presenter Adam Ford to reveal to home owners details about the lives that once inhabited their property. This season he investigates the sensational disappearance of a foreign politician, uncovers the grisly truth behind one of the nation’s most famous murder cases, and he also investigates the strange case of a Japanese spy.
The first house filmed is located in Yellingbo, Victoria. Subsequent episodes will feature homes in New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia.
ABC TV Head of Factual Jennifer Collins says, “Who’s Been Sleeping In My House? is a locally produced format that weaves both personal anecdotes and culturally rich national stories that enthral, surprise and entertain.”
Producer Dan Brown says, “We are thrilled to be coming back for another series. The response from the public has been incredible and we have been lucky enough to find six houses with the most remarkable stories for us to tell. It’s a great boost for production in Western Australia and in Adam Ford we have a presenter who is already world class.”