Subreddit for news, discussion, and anything else related to London, Ontario. Not that you’d want to step inside; there are (uncorroborated) whisperings of a train carriage that was found inside the blocked-up tunnels, full of skeletons fully dressed in Victorian finery.
Lady Lucy killed herself by leaping off the balcony of the castle in the seventeenth century, taking her child with her. Cheapside and Gammage area - there is an abandoned fenced in garden that looks overgrown and neglected with an abandoned shop. Sounds like it was a busy place back then, not so much now. It's not open to the public but look out for special tours (around £15 and they sell out in a flash). Surgical anaesthetic wasn’t invented until 1846, that's after the doctors in this practise were getting scalpel-happy. I Decorated an Abandoned Haunted House for Halloween and Lit it Up With Lume Cube Lights! Once called the Jack the Ripper, this Spitalfields pub can't get away from its gory former namesake. Dick Turpin, notorious robber and murderer, is said to have used the Loughton Camp lookout spot as a hideout, and supposedly still haunts the place. It’s the oldest surviving surgical theatre in Europe, and has a certain ghastly edge because of it.
Stories abound about ghostly sightings, no doubt thanks to Roman battles, Norman invaders, Boudicca’s Iceni tribe and highwaymen.
On bleak winter nights in November, you might catch the ghostly silhouette of Lady Constantia Lucy staring out the window. Another interesting thread he came across about this property said it was selling 1000 $100 tickets to all you can drink parties. Despite repeated attempts, investigators have been unable to find any light source outside the graveyard that could account for the phenomenon. Sub and Follow The Secret Lens
Feeling scared? Thanks for subscribing! A joint steeped in criminal activity, this Hampstead drinking hole has tight connections with the legendary highwayman Dick Turpin, with one of the pub's bars named after him and some of his weapons on show to punters. Oh! I'm specifically looking for the address to the Cedar House. Discover 29 abandoned places in Canada. It’s endearing in that it's beautiful and interesting artefacts sit alongside the everyday dross and gross, subverting the notion of what and how a museum should function. Abandoned railway lines do get creeperier than this – the Parkland Walk, which runs between Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace, is lush with vivid greenery – but there is still something unsettling about wandering along the overgrown cutting. It has changed names several times over the years. We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out. Cemeteries are creepy territory and London is home to plenty. How does that sound? Ah, a crepuscular evening among a stack of rotting coffins. Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! Press J to jump to the feed. Clusters of abandoned buildings hint at the facility's 144-year history with psychiatric health. The catacombs are rarely open to the public, save for occasional tours from the Friends of West Norwood Cemetery. Spacious main floor with oak hardwood flooring, formal living room, dining room, oversized eat-in kitchen with granite counters, island, tons of cupboards, walk-in pantry, oak office/den, sunken family room, main floor laundry, and 2 bathrooms.
This corridor of woodland in Essex has likely been the site of many dodgy and hastily done burials thanks to its size and collection of semi-deserted open spaces. As well as an unhappy spectre, the castle is home to a mini museum (open Wed-Sun 1pm-5pm), where you can see archive photos and documents on Haringey history. It's said that the ghost of a Spanish barmaid, who hanged herself in the cellar having been left broken-hearted by the publican, looms around the premises, as does a man in a Cavalier's uniform, who likes to wander the main bar. He and the Essex Gang would use the forest as a hideout when they were busted for stealing deer. Remember, it’s a resting place, not a box on the goth bucket list. If access is only possible via forced entry, I always walk away. The graveyard dates back to the 1880s and contains the remains of more than 300 pets, many in graves marked by tiny headstones. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, http://www.lfpress.com/2014/05/12/man-fighting-to-preserve-historic-london-home-on-bank-of-thames-river. You might not be able to hear her over the sound of karaoke, but the little girl has been reported to weep, slam doors, run around the pub and up the stairs, even overtaking punters as they climb. Make it through that menacing shaft, and you’ll reach the pretty Island Gardens on the opposite side of the river. Enter the green dome by the Cutty Sark and you’ll find yourself in its dimly lit passage, accompanied only by the echoing footsteps of the walkers chasing your path and the drip-drip-drip of the leaky roof. Exploring The Abandoned Party Mansion Abandoned Mansion in London Ontario. Oh, Dicky!
Sydenham Hill Wood. I visited this abandoned party mansion in the summer of 2019 and while some damage had been done and attempts made to seal and secure the home, I was still pleased with its condition and happy that I decided to make the trip and explore this great abandoned mansion! It is mind blowing to imagine that with all of the abandoned enthusiasts, urban explorers and curious adventurous photographers out there that this place hasn’t been discovered until now (as far as I know) There is a place that had caught my eye. Note: The Hunterian Museum is closed until 2021. Apparently, Hogarth was so pissed off about the hospital planning to commission an Italian artist for the job, he painted these haunting Scripture stories for free. If you're going to celebrate Halloween this year we suggest you go all out. On the topic of marriage, according to a June 25, 1981 London Free Press article, Weiche was on his third marriage. "Cheapside Market" is what it was called. The 5 Most AMAZING Abandoned Buildings in London (In 2019) Walking around central London its easy to get wrapped up in the amazing architecture and mix of traditional and modern buildings.
An old railway line running from Lordship Lane to Crystal Palace is part of Sydenham Hill Woods, its tunnels now inaccessible to walkers. They say ‘great mystery’ surrounds the Lady’s death, but the fact that her husband kept her under lock and key in a tiny room might have something to do with it.