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The Daily Rhino
Tuesday, December 27, 2005

The Ghost of the Tower
TOWER Bridge is one of the Thames' most famous crossings. Opened in 1870, the bascule bridge is the very last point at which one can cross the river without taking a boat or going underground - east of Tower Bridge is nothing but water.

However, the bridge and the neighbouring Tower of London, after which the bridge was named, have a dark past. The Tower of London has been home to a millennium of bloody murder, betrayal and incarceration.
Countless victims were brought in via traitor's gate, at the foot of the bridge, for beheading. Once a year, visitors can go on a 'ghost tour' of the Tower.

Although, like all ghost-related paranormal paraphernalia, there is never any evidence. Until now. I've managed to capture the Ghost looming large over Tower Bridge, but in the vein of all alleged proof of ghosts/UFOs/Canadians, it is a grainy and blurred phone picture. You know you wouldn't want it any other way!

It is, as I'm sure you'll agree, deeply chilling. Moouahahahaha!


Tower Bridge Ghost
 


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Comments:
it looks like the Oogie Boogie from "Nightmare before Xmas"... not that he isn't scary
 
wow...this is cool.

the best bit i like about England is that there are loads of spooky castles around to quench my horror thirst.

remember going to London Dungeon totally loved it.
 
Very useful material, much thanks for this article.
 
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