1.Westminster Abbey – The most unnerving place of the city
Westminster Abbey is one of the must visit sites of London. This is a historical church, about 1000 years old, located in the west of Palace of Westminster. Formerly titled as Collegiate Church of St. Peter, this Gothic structure is not only one of the most important religious buildings of London, but a popular coronation place and burial ground for the British monarchs. Over the years, nearly, 3000 people and 17 monarchs have been buried in the ground of Westminster Abbey. The church looks ghostly and spooky after sunset and people have perceived plenty of supernatural occurrences in the premises.
Spooky occurrence: Multiple times, tourists have witnessed the shadow of ghost of John Bradshaw or the floating shadow of ghost of a monk, known as ‘father of Benedictus.’ In the South cloisters of the church, there is a marble statue of Daniel Pulteney, holding a book. Though quite bizarre yet scary to know that many have reported, seeing the statue turning the pages of the book.