Haunted London Underground (Haunted)

Haunted London Underground (Haunted) London S Underground Is Associated With A Multitude Of Ghostly Stories And Sightings Particular Stations And Abandoned Lines, Many Of Which Are In Close Proximity To Burial Sites From Centuries Ago, Have Given Rise To Unexplained Events This Chilling Book Reveals Well Known And Hitherto Unpublished Tales Of Spirits, Specters, And Other Spooky Occurrences On One Of The Oldest Railway Networks In The World The Stories Of Sightings Include The Ghost Of An Actress Regularly Witnessed On Aldywch Station And The Black Nun At Bank Station Eerie Noises, Such As The Cries Of Year Old Anne Naylor, Who Was Murdered In At Farringdon Station, And The Screams Of Children Who Were In An Accident At Bethnal Green Station During World War II, Are Still Heard Echoing Down The Stations These And Many Ghostly Accounts Are Recorded In Fascinating Detail In This Book, Which Is A Must Read For Anyone Interested In The Mysterious And Murky History Of London S Underground

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Haunted London Underground (Haunted)
  • David Brandon
  • English
  • 10 September 2019
  • 9780752447469

10 thoughts on “Haunted London Underground (Haunted)

  1. says:

    So I picked up this book years ago when visiting London with my grandmother I thought I d buy it to the husband then boyfriend but never actually got around to give it to him Now that we re married anyway, he can just pick it up if he wants, but he don t really read, so.Anywho, the book I had hoped it would be a collection of short ghost stories based on real events in the London Underground Mostly, though, it was a textbook about the Railway history of London, with a little anecdote about ghosts at the end Took me 3 days to read a book with under 100 pages, not a good sign

  2. says:

    This is a somewhat slim book for the price but it does contain plenty of illustrative photos I bought it as a birthday present for a friend and yes, I admit I did read it myself before I wrapped it Who hasn t stood on an empty tube platform after having missed a train and felt the eerie atmosphere envelop them even during the day Or waited for a train on a dark, open air platform whilst peering into the darkness hoping to see familiar lights approaching The authors have included some familiar tales the ghost of the Victorian actor, William Terriss, at Covent Garden tube station, mysterious footsteps at Aldgate and less familiar ones such as the abandoned high level station at Highgate which you can still see if you know where to look I grew up in Crystal Palace and the dark mouth of the tunnel always fascinated and scared me and now I know why.Anyone who watched the 2006 Channel 5 documentary Ghosts on the Underground will recognise some of the other tales the Kennington Loop doors, the girl who gets on an empty tube and walks along the carriage before vanishing and others I always find tube station tunnels and corridors labyrinthine as they snake around and down At London Bridge s Jubilee line you feel as if you re walking down and down into the very bowels of the earth I used to work at the Elephant Castle and the Bakerloo line corridors and platforms, even during the day, were usually deserted and there were several blind corners Not surprising it s one of the most reputedly haunted stations on the Underground network with unexplained footsteps and the enticing possibility that, when idly staring out of the carriage window you may see a spectral passenger reflected in it sitting beside you and when you look at the seat beside you it s empty.This would make a great present for anyone interested in London, travel and the supernatural.

  3. says:

    As an avid London Underground geek I had to have this book While most of the stories are probably available in some form online this book compiles many of them in to one volume Slim enough to carry around on a trip to London, it does get you thinking about what we don t see while travelling below the streets of London There were quite a few stories which I hadn t heard before, along with some I hadn t My only gripe was that there weren t any tales from the likes of the big termini, Euston, Victoria etc Perhaps those ghosts just haven t made an appearance yet All in all, a great book If you have a vivid imagination, just don t read it at night

  4. says:

    This book was full of fascinating facts and snippets about the London Underground as well as highlighting disasters that have occurred ie Bethnal Green Tube Disaster and the Aldgate Bombing The ghosts are mentioned in a matter of fact way not a gratuitious lets scare the reader witless way and the book was far better for it An enjoyable read.

  5. says:

    This book is great if you want a history of the London Underground, but not so great if you are interested in the hauntings All the featured stations are listed alphabetically but what you get is a potted history of each station, and a possible explanatition of why the hauntings occur and who they might be, but very little of the actual hauntings themsleves.

  6. says:

    This slim volume is a very interesting and entertaining look at ghosts that haunt London s Underground system.Well worth a read if true stories of ghoulies, and ghosties, and long legged beasties, and things that go bump in the night, interest you.Highly recommended.

  7. says:

    Short but goodAlways good to read about ghostly tales especially to do with trains and underground trains Something very evocative about railway ghosts

  8. says:

    Great book, all about the haunted areas of London s underground Definatly will give me the creeps if I ever get over to London, and go to the underground.

  9. says:

    feels like the author has no interest in the subject

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