London is the heart of the United Kingdom and a destination for travelers from across the world. Apart from having historical monuments, natural landmarks and chic hotels and restaurant, this English capital has also been the setting for numerous of ghost stories. If you are planning to visit the haunted places in the city, then get your Delta Airlines Flights tickets booked right now:
Listed below are some of the popular haunted places in the city:
- The Spaniard’s Inn: Constructed in the year 1585 and still serving several eaters and drinkers each year, The Spaniard’s Inn is atmospheric, historic, and, certainly, haunted. Dick Turpin, a notorious British highwayman, is supposed to be at The Spaniard’s Inn, eying unwary travelers and planning his next heist. Guests say that the ghost of Dick Turpin still bothers the inn and the nearby area, seldom seen travelling to the building on horseback.
- The Ragged School Museum: The School was meant to offer children from the poor background with a basic education. It was closed as the area started to improve and it was deemed no longer essential. For the next quite a few decades, the building has been used for a range of purposes prior to being opened as a museum. Those who visit the museum often state that they hear both laughter and cries. Some even
- state they make contact with with the spirits of the girls and boys who spent their childhood in the unventilated classrooms of The Ragged School.
- Greenwich foot tunnel: This tunnel runs under the river Thames and links Greenwich to the Isle of Dogs. Walking down its narrow and damp path will leave you feeling uncomfortable, even without the ghosts of a Victorian woman and man leisurely walking over from the other side. Many say that they can hear footsteps bouncing down the revealing walls of the tunnel. With Delta Airlines Reservations done make sure that you pay a visit to this haunted place in London.