Abney Park Cemetery
Abney Park is one of the Magnificent Seven London cemeteries. In 1840 the historic parkland became a non-denominational garden cemetery, a semi-public park arboretum, and an educational institute.
Stoke Newington High Street, London, UK N16 0LH
Bow Bells Pub
Bow Bells Pub is frequented by many locals and tourists, but beware of its infamous toilet phantom. The phantom has a habit of flushing the toilet in the ladies room when patrons happen to be sitting on it!
116 Bow Road, London E3 3AA
At the London Underground Farringdon tube station a 13-year-old trainee hat maker, Anne Naylor, was murdered in 1758 by her trainer and the trainer’s daughter. People claim to hear her cries echoing down Farringdon Station.
Cowcross St, London, Greater London EC1M 6BY
This tiny pub has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most haunted pubs in London. On its walls a yellowed newspaper tell of the pubs haunted history, and a small crucifix hangs to ward off harmful spirits.
18 Wilton Row London, SW1X 7NR
At the Holborn tube station, you might run into the Black Nun, a weeping woman dressed in all black with a veil. This station is near the Bank of England where the woman visited everyday looking for her brother after his death.
London Borough of Camden, London WC1V
Mitre Square is the murder site of Jack the Ripper’s victim Catherine Eddowes on September 30, 1888.
Mitre Square, London, EC3A
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is a West End theater in Covent Garden, in Westminster. Since 1663 the theater has provided entertainment for the masses and has been visited by every monarch since the Restoration.
Catherine Street London, WC2B 5JF
Jack the Ripper's second victim, Annie Chapman, is believed to haunt the site of her death, now a storeroom in the Old Truman Brewery.
15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR