Explore the darker side of London this Halloween.
It has survived plagues, a great fire, outrageous monarchs and two World Wars, and stands today as one of the worlds greatest cities.
But hidden beneath parks and the modern streets of the capital lies a dark and unknown history.
From plague pits to a murderers pub, we found the spookiest spots in London and the history behind them.
Cross Bones graveyard
Just a short walk from the Shard is a 16th century graveyard with more than 15,000 people buried there.
An informal group, the Friends of Cross Bones, have decorated the gates with ribbons and flowers and hold a memorial ceremony on the 23rd of each month to remember those buried at the site.
There is no better place to get lost in Victorian Gothic architecture and macabre surroundings.
If youre visiting, look out for the resident cat.
St Dunstan in the East
The church was designed by famed 17th century architecture and then pretty much blown to pieces during the Blitz.
But now its overgrown garden is stunning to visit.
With more than 800 years of history this church has seen a lot of change in the capital.
Dont just visit because you read the Da Vinci Code.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
Whether youre looking for literary inspiration or an Instagram-able pub, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is the best place for a pint.
King Alfred the Great
Why was he great? Well he took on loads of Vikings and kept them out of his kingdom so of course he deserves a statue.
The London Underground wasnt just used as bomb shelters for people during the Second World War.
Our apologies to anyone who uses this spot for a peaceful lunchbreak.
William Wallace Memorial
Freedom! A chance to never forget the brutal way in which many rebels were dispatched by the Crown in the 15th century.
To be independent or not to be.
It may have only been open for nine years but there is still a bit of Texan and American history in central London.
Tower of London
It is a lot spookier than you think.
If visiting make sure you jump on a tour with one of the Yeoman Warders for full gory details.
Watch out for the ravens.
One of the worlds most famous front doors but theres history beneath Number 10.
Just a reminder that some times there is good in the world and the people who put their own lives at risk to save others.
It is just opposite the Barbican.
The Spaniards Inn
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