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Haunted London Underground

Submitted by on November 6, 2013 – 7:08 AM9 Comments | 4,882 views

London apparently takes riding the Underground pretty seriously.

There are numerous reports coming from employees and others about ghostly apparitions in the tunnels below London. Tunnels which have displaced an untold number of graves and ancient burial sites.

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  • Archard

    I have been through the LU many times. What’s usually more surprising to people are the bloody HUGE rats that are quite happy on the rail sides.

    The underground is one hella crazy place and I would expect it frequently collects it’s share of ghosts and other activity. For instance I know at least one paramedic that spent an hour doing CPR under moving trains to try and save someone. People are regularly known to jump into the oncoming tube trains… it’s not difficult to imagine the level of emotions and the impact they have there.

    Nice post 😀

  • IThinkso

    Ref (1 5): The line controller’s CCTV was not recording.

  • lindsay

    Didn’t ghost adventures investigate this?

  • Valkyrie13

    He spent an hour?! Geez louise.

  • Archard

    Yeah he was an awesome guy to swap tales with. He said by the end he was probably so fatigued he wasn’t thinking straight either! But the truly awesome news is that it worked 😀

  • Valkyrie13

    Glad that had a happy ending. They didn’t stop the trains for him?? Seems a bit unethical to keep commuters going when some guy is dying, but hey.

  • Archard

    I think they are so aware of the problems they face with the large volumes of people they pretty much devised a system in their engineering to accommodate it. People really are damned impressive 🙂

  • IThinkso

    Ref (3 5): As mankind have made advancements in manipulating stuff (the invisible radio-waves, etc.), so must be the entities. This is inline with the scole experiments or any other genuine, mysterious, manipulation of silver halide crystals within gelatin emulstion.

  • Valkyrie13

    I suppose that makes sense! I’m always trying to stop the world.