Tales of haunting from one of the world's most terrifying landmarks The Tower of London's most horrific tragedies are well known; the gruesome deaths of the two boy princes in the Bloody Tower, Anne Boleyn's execution, the Jesuit priests and heretics who suffered the agonies of the rack and thumbscrew. Is it any wonder, then, that there are frequent reports of bloodcurdling screams and moans, of unexplained footsteps and ghostly headless figures? Here, recorded for the first time, is an account for all to read-but preferably not at night-when you only think you are alone!
by Henry G. Bieler
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by Gerald G. Jampolsky, Neale Donald Walsch
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