Live Halloween Social Media Tour of the Tower of London

| October 31, 2013

Live Halloween Social Media Tour of the Tower of London

Tonight between 8 and 9pm London time (GMT), Yeoman Warder Phil Wilson is going to be leading a LIVE social media tour of the Tower of London’s historic haunted hotspots on the Tower of London’s Facebook page and Twitter feed. Here is the blurb from the Historic Royal Palaces website: This Halloween, join Beefeater Phil […]

Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 4

| March 31, 2011

Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 4

Today we have the final part of Nancy Smith’s series on ghosts who are said to haunt the Tower of London. Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 4 by Nancy Smith I will close with the story of Henry VI, one of England’s most tragic monarchs. Henry’s story is […]

Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 2

| March 23, 2011

Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 2

This article is written by Nancy Smith and follows on from “Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 1”. The Queen’s House on Tower Green, home of the Resident Governor and his family, is said to be the most haunted building in the entire Tower complex. There have been many […]

Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 1

| March 22, 2011

Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London Part 1

Over the next few days we are going to enjoy a series of article written by Anne Boleyn Files visitor, Nancy Smith, on some of the ghosts who are said to haunt the Tower of London. Thanks so much, Nancy! Monarchs Who Never Were – Hauntings at the Tower of London by Nancy Smith When […]

The Ghost Queens of The Tudors

| June 25, 2010

I just found this YouTube video showing Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn and Jane Seymour returning in the final episode of The Tudors. SPOILER ALERT – Don’t watch it if you don’t want to know what happens! Thanks to the Natalie Dormer Facebook page for spotting it.

Death in Tudor England

| August 13, 2009

This video from the Historic Royal Palaces examines how the Tudors thought of death and their belief in ghosts.

Tower of London

| June 19, 2009

Tower of London

The Tower of London is famous for being the sight of much bloodshed and for being the prison of many hundreds, if not thousands, of people since it was first built by William the Conqueror in the late 11th century. For us, the Tower of London is important because it is where Anne Boleyn spent […]