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The Tower of London

Although it's become quite the tourist trap, the Tower of London has long been known for the ghosts that supposedly dwell within its walls for nigh on a millenium.

Originally the land the tower now occupies held a castle built in 1066, not long after William the Conqueror became king. But 11 years later, the tower was erected.

There are many ghosts that are believed to haunt the tower, including that of Ann Boleyn, one of the wives of King Henry VIII. There are also the ghosts of two young princes, Edward V and Richard, Duke of York, that were murdered in the tower in 1483. The ghosts of Sir Walter Raleigh, Lady Salisbury, and even Jane Grey, who was Queen of England for 9 days, have been reported lurking in the tower.

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  • Location Size Distribution

    They scored 60% on Location Size, higher than 68% of your peers.

  • Creep Factor Distribution

    They scored 80% on Creep Factor, higher than 91% of your peers.

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