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Since, his ghost is said to haunt the pub along his trusty steed Black Bess. Take your pick. Oh and it's also haunted. Experiencing years of poltergeist activity, it creepily all occurs in their cellars. Tales have ranged from being locked in to seeing objects thrown around the room and if you want you can see it for yourself, but don't expect any staff to follow you down. Instead it's a girl and her mother, who are thought to have been murdered. Reports have included hearing the young girl crying and slamming doors while there have many sightings of the woman wearing Tudor clothes every first Sunday of the month.


Nice over your roast dinner eh? Dating all the way back to the s, the Coach and Horses has a chilling history, with ghost sightings that have put the fear of god in many witnesses. The story dates back to the 18th century that a ghostly figure was driving a coach pulled along by four horses yet as he got closer it became apparent that he was headless and that his passengers were staring at passer-byes with grave skull-like faces. Because it was built on a former grave site, like the beginning of any horror film, it is said to be haunted.


Entombing the bodies of dead priests, the spirits are said to be trapped after local underground works disturbed their graves. Since then they wander around the pub lost, hoping to find a route to their place of worship. Between the 12th and 18th century, thousands of criminals were executed at The Marlborough Head making it a venue synonymous with death. Large crowds turned out to witness the executions and were so popular that they were made public holidays.

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Ever since, a great range of convict ghosts are said to haunt the premises. The Grenadier has a long history of ghostly visits. The story goes that Mr Meyers locked himself alone in the small room at the top of house, only coming out at night by the flicker of candle light. The huge, abandoned building itself looks as if it has come straight from an episode of Scooby Doo with its tall, thin windows and weathered dead tree outside. Perhaps haunted by the ghosts of its young patients, this building is certainly enough to keep you awake at night.

One of the most historically famous tales of murder and foul play associated with the Tower of London is the story of the Princes in the Tower. The ghosts of the murdered boys are thought to wander the Tower of London looking for revenge.