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Haunted London

Charles Fowkes



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Category: Regional History

A guide to the capital’s most terrifying and spooky corners – enter at your peril.

London has been the site of executions, murders, betrayals and treason. It is said you can see the Ripper’s victims on street corners, hear the screams of Guy Fawkes at the Tower of London, and much, much more.

Discover what lurks behind the normal life of the capital city. Watch out for the mysterious monk commemorating the only act of violence in Westminster Abbey and keep your eyes peeled in Whitechapel for the tragic ghostly figure of Mary Ann Nicholls, the first victim of the gruesome Jack the Ripper.

Step inside this guide and walk the ancient streets of Haunted London. Grouped by area and covering hundreds of years of supernatural spooky tales, this guide is sure to shock anyone. A city almost as full of ghosts as it is of tourists, London is full of ghoulish and eerie histories to make you shudder – read on if you dare…


Charles Fowkes has been a journalist and a book publisher and lives in West Sussex. He has written books on a wide range of subjects including tourist guides for Michelin and The Ordnance Survey.

His books include The Life of RembrandtThe Love Poems of John Donne, The Loch Ness Monster, Haunted York and Haunted London.