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Haunted Pubs & Hotels
London


CROOKED BILLET
14-15 Crooked Billet, Wimbledon Village, London. SW19 4RQ
Telephone 020 8946 4942


This property can date back to the early 16th century and is of course reputed to be haunted. It is an Irish ghost that haunts here, a female with most of the activity being limited to the area of the cellar.

THE FLASK
14 Flask Walk, London. NW3 1HE
Telephone 020 7435 4580


This is supposedly the haunt of a former landlord who can become more fluid in his haunting if changes are made.

THE GATEHOUSE
1 North Road, Highgate, London. N6 4BD
Telephone 020 8340 8054


The ghost here is thought to be a woman who was a guest at the old pub called 'Mother Marnes.'

THE GEORGE & VULTURE
63 Pitfield Street, London. N1 6BU
Telephone 020 7253 3988


Established in 1600, there are claims that the upstairs is the haunt of a female.

GEORGIAN HOUSE HOTEL
35-39 St. George's Drive, Westminster, London. SW1V 4DG
Telephone 020 78341438

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Since being extended it is now a much larger property. Several spirits are said to reside here, including those of children.

GORDON'S WINE BAR
47 Villiers Street, Strand, London. WC2N 6NE
Telephone 020 7930 1408


A delivery boy is said to have fallen to his death and still haunts the place.

THE GRANGE BLOOMS HOTEL
7 Montague Street, London. WC1B 5BP
Telephone 020 7323 1717


Said to be haunted.

THE GRENADIER
18 Wilton Row, London. SW1X 7NR
Telephone 020 7235 3074


Wisps of smoke have been recorded and photographed.

THE JOHN SNOW
39 Broadwick Street, London. W1F 9QP
Telephone 020 7437 1344


Apparently the ghostly male spirit with glowing red eyes sits in a corner. It is thought to be a victim of a cholera epidemic. The pub is named after Dr John Snow who discovered that cholera is water-borne, tracing the outbreak to a local water pump.

THE LANGHAM
1c Portland Place, Regent Street, London. W1B 1JA
Telephone 020 7636 1000

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A Victorian gentleman with grey hair, another gentleman in Victorian dress who is said to be more active during the month of October, a German in military uniform, and even Napoleon Bonaparte are said to haunt here. There is one spirit that tips people out of bed.

THE MORPETH ARMS
58 Millbank, London. SW1P 4RW
Telephone 020 7834 6442


The cellar is said to be haunted by a convict who died there. He was probably an escapee hiding out to evade capture, but the reason for his death differs from suicide to natural causes. There are also a couple of animal manifestations in the form of a squirrel and a hare.

OLD BULL & BUSH
North End Way, London. NW3 7HE
Telephone 020 8905 5456


When renovations took place a skeleton was found behind a bricked up wall. It is now the haunt of a Victorian gentleman. It is also interesting to note that medical implements were found bricked up with the body. This is only speculations but worth thinking about as Victorian London was in the grip of terror by Jack the Ripper. Did the unsuspecting doctor go out on a call, only to be waylaid thinking he was the Ripper! Or is it that the reason why the murders stopped so abruptly!

OLD QUEEN'S HEAD
44 Essex Road, London. N1 8LN
Telephone 020 7354 9273


The haunt of a woman and a young girl from the Tudor period, the child often looking sad. Footsteps have been heard and doors frequently open and close of their own accord.

THE OPERA TAVERN
23 Catherine Street, Covent Garden, London. WC2B 5JS
Telephone 020 7379 9832


An actor from the 18th century named Robert Baddely is said to haunt the inn.

ROSE & CROWN
185 Clay Hill, Enfield, Middlesex. EN2 9AJ
Telephone 020 8366 0864


This claims to be one of the many haunts of Dick Turpin. He is said to have used the inn as a place to lie low as his grandfather, Mr Mott was at one time a proprietor.

THE SPANIARDS
Spaniard Road, London. NW3 7JJ
Telephone 020 8731 8406


This is one of the haunts of Dick Turpin and the hoof beats of Black Bess are often said to be heard.

THE VIADUCT TAVERN
126 Newgate Street, Blackfriars & St. Paul's, London. EC1A 7AA
Telephone 020 7600 1863


The cellar is reputed to be haunted. There are two ghosts, one a prostitute and the other named Fred who is blamed for the poltergeist type activity.

THE VOLUNTEER
245-247 Baker Street, London. NW1 6XE
Telephone 020 7486 4091


The ghost said to be haunting this place is that of Robert Neville. The Neville family home stood on this spot until it was burned down in 1654.




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Paranormal X 2008

 
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