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Ghost tour- Lantern Ghost Tour

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Photo from Ghost-tours.com website

Once in a while, Friday 13th comes around and what better way to spend it than on a Lantern Ghost Tour.

The tour itself met at 7:30pm at the Bunches of Grapes in London Bridge, however, me and my friend managed to miss the meet up, luckily they were only 5 minutes away so we were able to catch up.

IMG_20180713_200217Our Guide took us on a 90 minutes tour around London Bridge and the spooky tales surrounding the area. We stopped off around 10 different places and our guide gave us a little insight of each of the individual places.IMG_20180713_201153

I won’t give too many of the facts and places away as then you won’t enjoy finding out the facts of each and every places. All I can tell you is that paranormal activities have been sighted at all the sights.. Each of them hold a different heart aching story.

IMG_20180713_201400Two of the places which was most memorable to me was Clink prison and story of the usage of rats as a means of torture and Cross Bones Gardens.

IMG_20180713_203855Cross Bones Gardens was one place which drove me to tears. The story behind this place as an unofficial cemetery  of the women on the streets in London. It has been known that there could be more than ten thousand bodies buried here. A final resting place of those who couldn’t afford a religious burial and those with no families. Outside the garden you will find ribbons tied by those who remembered these lost souls. If you are nearby please come and visit, have a read some, also once in a while the garden is open to the public to come and visit, and if you are touched by the stories you hear and wish to volunteer to help keep the gardens a peaceful place then please contact the group at info@bost.org.uk I am sure they would be grateful for any willing volunteers.

IMG_20180713_204238Unfortunately the heavens opened during our tour and I felt our guide felt a little rush to complete the tour as even I was looking for a hiding place to find shelter.

Regardless, this is a fun way to find out more about the story and spooky past of London.

Thank to Love Pop Up London for the experience, while a sponsored post, all reviews are my own.

Thanks for visiting!

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