31 Days of Halloween in London - Queen's House

18 Jan 2020
Published in London
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There's no better place than London to celebrate 31 days of Halloween

Built between 1616 and 1635 Queen's House located in Greenwich Park is a former royal residence.  It was built on commission by King James 1 for his wife, Anne of Denmark by way of apology after he cursed at her after she accidentally killed his favourite dog during a hunt.

Like most prominent homes it is also believed to be haunted.

In 1966 a Canadian Reverend visited the house with his wife and took a photo of the Tulip Staircase it was only once he had developed the photos that he spotted an ethereal figure on the staircase pursuing a second ghostly image.

Many people have reported seeing strange occurrences at the Tulip Staircase, doors opening by themselves, ghostly figures appearing one second and completely disappearing the next.






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