From today Friday 25th September 2009 we have some great London walks that you can book on to.
Every night we have the chilling and wonderfully atmospheric Jack the Ripper Tour. This meets outside Exit Four of Aldgate East Underground Station at 7pm.
Booking is essential for this very popular tour as we like to limit the number of participants to a sensible number of no more than 36 people per guide.
The tour visits the main sites where the jack the Ripper murders occurred. But the great thing about our Jack the Ripper walking tour is that ours is the only one of all the London walks to start right in the heart of the area where the murders occurred.
Those London walks that start at Tower Hill have to walk for close on 40 to 45 minutes before they even reach a murder site.
On ours, by contrast, you go straight into an alleyway where what, at the time, was thought to be the first Jack the Ripper murder occurred. From there we make our way to the street where Mary Nichols who nowadays is believed to have been the first victim was living at the time of her death.
Follow this link for details of our Jack the Ripper Tour of London.
In addition to our Jack the Ripper Walking Tour of London we will have our regular weekly ghost walks on Friday and Saturday this week.
When you join our Haunted London walks, which is always led by Richard Jones, you are joining the author of over fifteen books on Haunted Britain and Ireland, two of which are specifically about Haunted London.
No other London Ghost Tour can offer you the level of expertise and the skillful storytelling that we offer on our wander around wicked sinister and ghostly London.
Friday night’s tour is the Ghosts, Ghouls and Graveyards Hidden Horrors of Haunted London Tour. Saturday’s tour is the Alleyways and Shadows Old City of London Ghost Walk.