Dark and Haunted London

This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 20th Oct 2016

Something has been awoken and is stirring in one of the most haunted cities in the world.  You can feel its eerie presence coming forth to chill the very blood of those who dare to venture close to it, creeping through the cold alleys and across the ancient walls of the City.

On this walk we venture into the chill winter night as the sun begins to set where the tales of ghosts and demons will be released into your imaginations, just be careful not to let them follow you home.

On this walk we hear of teeth chattering ressurection men who would steal the very teeth from your cold dead jaws if you were unfortunate enough to have pearly whites.  The haunted alleys, eerie passageways and cobblestone streets the City has to offer in its near 2000 year history.  We'll hear the tales of hauntings, see the places were the spirits have been seen and witness the place of where murder more foul has taken place.

 

If you enjoy a good ghost story, told in an entertaining and engaging manner this is the walk for you, it isn't for the faint of heart.

 

It's a walk guaranteed to put you in the right mood for Hallowe'en.

 

This walk is suitable for children, however parent descretion is advised due to the content of some of the stories told.  Please contact me for further details.

 

Extra care should be taken in the churchyards as lighting is low, your guide will have a torch should you require it.  Please bear in mind there are uneven surfaces and steps during this walk, and may be muddy in some churchyards dependant on the weather.

 

Please dress appropriately based on the weather.  

If you do not want to pay in advance and pay in person, you can, but you must email me to let me know you're planning on attending and for me to confirm that there are still places available. 

BBC London Weather: http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/2643743?day=3

For information on travel, please use Transport for London's Journey Planner.

Cost: £12


Contact and Booking Details

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Location

Royal Exchange London, London, EC3V 3NL

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