All posts in London

Tower(s) of London.

Tower Of London - Haunted

London’s famous Tower, has a notorious and bloody past. Constructed in 1078 by William the Conqueror it is quite possibly the most haunted building in England.

The ghost of Thomas A. Beckett was the first reported haunting at the Tower. The Inner Curtain Wall was constructed in the 13th century and at the time Thomas’s ghost appeared unhappy at the construction. His ghost is said to have reduced the wall to rubble with one blow of his cross. Continue reading →

Westminster Abbey. London

Edward the Confessor rebuilt the Abbey in 1066 on the site of a Benedictine Abbey.

Edward the Confessor rebuilt the Abbey in 1066 on the site of a Benedictine Abbey. Now the site of the famous Westminster Abbey, it is visited by people all over the word.

A ghostly monk has been seen floating above the floor, “Father Benedictus,” as he is known, is often witnessed around the cloisters at around five or six in the evening. He appears quite real and solid and often holds conversations with visitors. Continue reading →

Old Vic. London

Dating from 1818 the Theatre is said to be haunted by the ghost of Lillian Baylis who managed the Theatre during her lifetime.

Dating from 1818 the Theatre is said to be haunted by the ghost of Lillian Baylis who managed the Theatre during her lifetime.

Westminster Cathedral. London

The Cathedral is the haunt of a ghostly Cleric, dressed in black robes at the High Altar.

The Cathedral is the haunt of a ghostly Cleric, dressed in black robes at the High Altar.

In 1966 a sacristan in night duty at the Cathedral watched as the spectre appeared and then dissolved before his eyes.

Visit Westminster Cathedral

Hampton Court Palace. London

Anne Boleyn a popular apparition is seen in many different places among them she haunts Hampton Court’s corridors wearing a blue dress.

Anne Boleyn a popular apparition is seen in many different places among them she haunts Hampton Court’s corridors wearing a blue dress.

The ghost of Catherine Howard has also been seen running down the long gallery screaming. Henry VIII’s third wife Jane Seymour has also been seen in spectral form. Dressed in white, her spirit moves soundlessly and holding a candle. A woman in Tudor dress also haunts the rooms of the court, along with two cavalier ghost, the spirit of a monk, a ghost dog, Wolsey’s ghost, and also the ghost of Thomas Culpepper.

More Information About Hampton Court Palace