Join Haunt London for an night of witchy, magical and bone-marrow curdling stories from the forgotten past and lost paths of London and beyond with tales of the Ratcliffe Highway Murders, Crouch End Spriggan and magic and mystery in London and beyond from author Cathi Unsworth. Continue reading “Strange Tales of London: Murder, Magic and Urban Myth”
Haunt London are excited and proud to be putting on two talks on London Suffragettes from Caitlin Davies and Sarah Jackson.
Continue reading “The Hollowayettes: the Suffragettes at Holloway Prison & East London”
Valentine’s Day can be horrible so join some like minds in seeking out some seasonal horror in London. There will be monsters, ghosts, urban legends and the secrets of Bleeding Heart Yard and Crossbones Graveyard.
Fairy tales warn of the dangers of going in to the woods alone. London’s urban legends are often horror stories about going alone down in to the London underground. Join Haunt London for some strange tales from the London Underground. Sometimes scary, sometimes funny, London is full of stories.
Drawing from his recent book ‘Mob Town: A History of Crime and Disorder in the East End’, John Bennett introduces us to some of the villains, anti-heroes and peculiar criminal characters associated with this unique part of the Capital across several centuries.