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Tower of London

Building or place that is both creepy tower london.
One of the most famous historic buildings in the world and are well maintained, can be categorized as one of the most haunted places in the world.
This is because the number of executions, murders and torture that occurred in the tower during the last 1000 years.

Dozens of reported ghost sightings occur in and around the tower.
One day in the winter of 1957 at 3 am, a guard was startled by something falling onto the roof of the post after him. When he came out to see what was happening, he saw a white shadow without a clear shape above the tower. At a later date then known that on the same day, February 12, Lady Jane Grey beheaded in 1554.

Perhaps the most famous inhabitants of the Tower of London is the ghost of Ann Boleyn, one of the wives of Henry VIII, who was also beheaded in the tower in 1536. Ann ghosts reportedly seen on various occasions, sometimes carrying his own head, on Tower Green and in the Tower Chapel Royal.

Other ghosts of Henry VI, Thomas a Becket and Sir Walter Raleigh.
One of the most gruesome ghost stories associated with the Tower of London is the death of the Countess of Salisbury.

Something tells us that the Countess of Salisbury was executed in 1541 after he was charged was involved in some criminal actions (although now many assumptions that says he is innocent). When taken to the gallows with great resistance, he fled from the cell blocks and pursued to meet death by beheading at the executioner. The ceremony reportedly held the death sentence by the spirits roaming the Tower Green.




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