London has existed as a settlement for two millennia and has survived through many ages that have been fraught with plague, fire and warfare.
London has been a home to Romans, Vikings, Anglo Saxons, Middle Age settlements, Tudors, Stuarts, Georgians, Victorians, and the many people of “Modern” Britain. Be it King, Queen, Priest or peasant, generations upon generations of people have lived, loved and died in the City of London, some naturally, some at the hands of other and some by their own doing. But where do the deceased go once they have passed over into the spiritual realm? Some believe that those who had a particularly dramatic exit from the world of the living, or who felt a strong affinity to a place whilst they were alive, have managed to somehow leave an imprint of themselves in the mortal realm. Are these imprints of ghosts?
Many visitors of the city have reported “weird” goings on, places with “strange feelings” unexplained sightings of ghost
At the moment we are redesigning the site and will be trying to gather information about paranormal goings on in the city of London. If you have had a ghostly experience in the city, or know of somebody who has, then please let us know in the comments section below.
We are particularly interested in hearing from people who have encountered sprits or experience strange goings on in the following places:
- London transport (buses, trains, undergrounds)
- London pubs
- London landmarks (e.g Big Ben, London Bridge, Houses of Parliament)
- London Theatres
- Outdoor spaces in London (e.g. parks or particular streets)
- We look forward to hearing from you and sharing your experiences on the site!