After another technical glitch, things resumed as normal with the main commentator taking over again.
Safe to say, though, the strange intervention left people on social media a little creeped out.
People put forward their theories on the strange incident. Others, though, pointed out that grief expert Julia Samuel had just been interviewed on the channel and it sounded like her mic had been accidentally left on.
\u201call state funerals should include a ghostly voice stating "death is irreversible"\u201d
— Friend of Babu Frik (@Friend of Babu Frik)
\u201c@goulcher @itvnews "That was "Death is Irreversible" by She, from their new album, Trapped."\u201d
\u201cI remain sceptical on this, but if it's unaltered audio/video then it's weird. \n\nDuring an @itvnews shot of the Queens funeral procession a woman's voice can be heard saying "The death is irreversible and the fact that she's trapped..." before she is then cut off by a news anchor\u201d
King Charles III and other royal family members will observe another week of mourning for the Queen after she was laid to rest on Monday at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, alongside the Duke of Edinburgh, her parents King George VI and the Queen Mother, and her sister Princess Margaret.
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