London’s 6 Most Haunted Spots Where You’re Sure To See A Ghost

London has a very long and often gruesome history- in fact, the city has well over 2,000 years under its belt.

There are some amazingly old and iconic buildings in London, and many ruins of the original Roman walled city of Londinium; so it would stand to reason that there would be a fair few areas where you can find ghostly apparitions and strange noises in the night.

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Now let’s take a look at where you can find the most haunted spots in the city, and increase your chances of having an encounter with the other side.

The Tower of London

Known as one of the most haunted places in the city, the Tower of London has a dark and bloody past.

It has been a royal palace, a prison, and even a place of execution. Ghostly figures such as Anne Boleyn, Sir Walter Raleigh, and the ghostly bear are said to wander its ancient halls; and you can still hear the screams of Guy Fawkes from the torture chambers below.

The Old Bailey

Also known as the Central Criminal Court, the Old Bailey is the site of numerous historic trials and executions.

It is believed to be haunted by the ghost of Lady Alice Hungerford, who was falsely accused of poisoning her husband in the 18th century. Her spirit is said to appear as a weeping woman in a long white gown.

The Viaduct Tavern

Located near the Old Bailey, the Viaduct Tavern is one of London’s oldest pubs.

It is rumoured to be haunted by the ghost of a young girl named Rose, who was murdered by a former landlord.

Visitors and staff have reported strange occurrences, including objects moving on their own and the sound of a child’s laughter.

The Grenadier Pub

Tucked away in the exclusive Belgravia neighbourhood, the Grenadier Pub is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young soldier who was beaten to death for cheating at cards.

Visitors have reported strange occurrences, such as objects being moved and the sensation of being watched.

The Langham Hotel

The luxurious Langham Hotel, located in the heart of London, has a reputation for being haunted. Ghostly figures, including a Victorian gentleman and a German prince, have been spotted in its corridors and rooms.

The hotel offers ghost tours and has attracted paranormal investigators from around the world. It can be easily reached from your stunning Premier Club Hotel like the Marble Arch Suites, or from a wonderful Hyde Park hotel restaurant.

Highgate Cemetery

One of London’s most famous cemeteries, Highgate Cemetery is known for its Gothic architecture and Victorian graves.

It is said to be haunted by a variety of spirits, including the Highgate Vampire, a tall dark figure that has been sighted by numerous witnesses.

Spooky London

So there you have it, some of the most haunted and spooky places in the city. If you’re a fan of ghost tours, macabre stories, and scary locations then London is the place for you.

Just make sure you can return safely to The Grand Restaurant Paddington for a calming drink and a spot of food.

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