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Phrygian Cap

(William Blake over London) William Blake moved his printing shop to No 28 Poland Street. Aside from the fumes of acid, mechanical clatter of the rollers...
2010-12-04
28 Poland Street, London
NO
 

Divine Stereotypes

(William Blake over London) At No 27 Broad Street, next door to the house in which he had been born, William Blake set up his own print shop with his...
2010-12-04
60-62 Broadwick Street, London W1
NO
 

Mrs. Blake cried with joy

(William Blake over London) On a gloriously blue-skied day, 18 August in 1782, William Blake married Catherine Boucher at still beautiful St. Mary's...
2010-12-04
St Mary's, Battersea, SW11 3NA
NO
 

Immortal Eye

(William Blake over London) During the Gordon Riots of June 1780 William Blake was talking a stroll back from the Royal Academy towards his old boss...
2010-12-04
Old Bailey, London
NO
 

"To Particularize is the Alone Distinction of Merit"

(William Blake over London) In 1779 the young William Blake finised his apprenticeship under Basire, and enrolled at the prestigious Royal Academy Art...
2010-12-04
Somerset House, London
NO
 

The Holy Procession

(William Blake over London) The young apprentice William Blake would walk to Westminster Abbey, to sketch the tombs of the tombs and architectural glories,...
2010-12-04
Westminster Abbey
NO
 

Intaglio Engraving of the Soul

(William Blake over London) Young William Blake was first educated on his mother Catherine’s knee, before being sent off Henry Pars's drawing school...
2010-12-04
31 Great Queen Street
NO
 

Angels in the Trees

(William Blake over London) The young boy walked through the green fields and over the hill, taking in the view of the distant spires and domes of the...
2010-12-04
Peckham Rye
NO
 

The Wolf Man.

Seen sitting in a restaurant nonchalantly eating pizza, his date sat across the table seemingly unaware of the unstable reactor across from her. His...
2010-11-28
Brighton Beach
NO
 

‘Louis Capet’

NO. 63 Wycliffe Road Where the Hitchings family lived Mr. Hitchings was a London Transport Motorman Driving Tube trains A cold January of 1956 A key...
2010-11-17
Wycliffe Road, Wandsworth, SW11
YES
 

The Dancing Matches

On November 29th 1927, lumps of coal, pieces of soda and pennies began to fall on the conservatory of the ‘Mystery House’ on Eland Road, Lavender Hill,...
2010-11-13
Eland road, battersea
YES
 

King of the Vermin.

Those among our readers not native to London would be forgiven for thinking it to be a place of great terror, with nowhere in its bright metropolis far...
2010-11-12
sewers across the city.
NO
 

Mystery Missile in Pacific Ocean

Pentagon officials say they cannot explain reports of a missile launch off the coast of California on Monday. A CBS News helicopter captured what looked...
2010-11-09
near Point Mugu, Pacific Ocean
YES
 

"Kengton Ston"

…read the lights on the indigo blue sign; the missing letters haven’t been replaced. St. Paul’s dome wrought in flat matt grey, topped with a cupola...
2010-11-06
KENNINGTON STATION
YES
 

The West Norwood Ghoul.

London's Victorian cemeteries are beautiful things, set over acres of open space, the Mausoleums and monolithic grave sites beautifully designed and sculpted...
2010-11-05
West Norwood Cemetery
NO
 

The Diving ghost and the New Year.

If you should find yourself in Westminster, the heart of the English capital, and home of British politics, on the 31st of December, just as the planet...
2010-11-05
Westminster Bridge.
YES
 

THE THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET FROM THE BOOK HAUNTED WESTEND THEATRES

THE THEATRE ROYAL HAYMARKET Back in 1513, John Norris and his wife, lived on the theatre’s site, their croft and 3 acres of fields was eventually acquired...
2010-10-30
18 Suffolk Street London SW1Y 4HT
YES
 

The Helping Hands

Now for something a little less Hammer Horror,and a whole lot more Casperthefriendlyghostesque... After the Second World War the Theatre Royal at Drury...
2010-10-30
Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
YES
 

The Spaniards Inn - Hampstead

Hot on the trail of the phantom Highway man, we now come to the Spaniards Inn, an Historic pub, built around 1585, right in the middle of Hampstead heath....
2010-10-30
The Spaniards Inn - Hampstead.
YES
 

Did you find my briefcase?

Unfortunately most airports have in their history one or two disastrous landings so it isn't surprising that Heathrow, one of worlds busiest has its fair...
2010-10-30
Heathrow Airport
YES
 

'Unlucky Mummy' - Egyptian 'mummy-board' serial number AE 22542

A gessoed and painted inner coffin lid, (wood & plaster, 162cm/64in length). The mummy board is usually displayed in Room 62. Rumours abound... 950BC...
2010-10-30
British museum, Museum street, london
YES
 

Abandoned Tunnels and Ghosts on the tracks in Crystal Palace

The train line between Gypsy Hill, and Crystal Palace which has been active since 1856, runs though the purportedly haunted Crystal Palace Tunnel, which...
2010-10-29
Crystal Palace park.
NO
 

The House of Wonder

1762. A gaggle of people leering and jeering crowded outside the tiny shambles of a home at Number 33 Cock Lane, near to Smithfield market. William...
2010-10-26
Cock lane, London
YES
 

The Ten Bells Pub - Whitechapel.- E1

This East End Pub, its history considered, would not be complete without its own ghost. Famous for having been a haunt of some of Jack the Ripper's victims,...
2010-10-24
The Ten Bells.
YES
 

Ghostly Duel in Green Park

Near Bridgewater House on Cleveland Row, upon that frost-hardened turf of the New Year, the dawn chorus rises in unsettling harmony with the singing blades...
2010-10-19
Green Park, London
YES
 

Black Sally of Hyde Park

Near the park the vagrants huddled under the Marble Arch. The ghost of that bag lady was abroad inside the park again. They had seen her moving, like...
2010-10-19
Hyde Park, London, UK
YES
 

The Grenadier Pub - Belgravia.

Situated on a quiet row, just a stones throw away from Hyde Park Corner, The Grenadier pub is the most famous haunted pub in London. Named for the...
2010-10-15
Belgravia - The Grenadiers - Pub.
YES
 

Camelot Moat Trent Park Cockfosters

Major node point of energies and alignments. Extremely mystical and magical atmosphere. used by druids, new age groups, hindus and others for ceremonies....
2010-10-14
Camlet Moat, Trent Park Cockfosters
NO
 

Covent Garden Underground ghosts

This area was the central market space for the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Lundenwic. By 1200 AD it had become walled garden owned by the Benedictine monks...
2010-10-13
Covent Garden Underground Station
YES
 

Black Nun of the Bank of England (or, the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street)

The building was designed by the architect and esoteric antiquarian Sir John Soane. A 8ft tall ghost has been seen wandering the corridors many times,...
2010-10-12
Bank of England, Threadneedle Street
YES