5 of the World’s Most Hauntingly Beautiful Macabre Destinations
Here are the perfect places feel the creeps this Halloween.
by Andy Flores | October 24, 2017
The Tower of London is among the world’s busiest tourist attractions, drawing throngs and throngs of tourists from near and far day in and day out, but that doesn’t cross out the fact that it is one of the most grisly buildings in Britain. Erected in the 11th century by William the Conqueror, this former prison and execution site has seen countless deaths during its heyday, and is said to be haunted by spirits. The ghosts of Anne Boleyn, the wife of King Henry VIII, who was beheaded at the tower in 1536; Arbella Stuart, a noblewoman who was murdered in the castle in 1615; and the young princes Edward V and his brother Richard, whose skeletons were unearthed beneath a staircase in the White Tower, are some of the most talked-about ghoulish sightings in the fortress.