The city of London seems to be filled with haunted houses, but perhaps the most infamous of them all was number 50 Berkley Square, an address that all of London knew to stay out of… lest they face the nameless horror within.
No, your eyes do not decieve you, my friends, all of the advertising in Clapham Common tube station has been replaced by kitties!
We’ve all heard stories about London’s infamous fogs, but they really weren’t fogs at all. In the late 19th and early 20th century, London was choking on ash and soot from burning of soft coal in homes and factories and it was quite deadly.
Have you ever wanted to know the little known secrets of the City of London? No? Too bad!
Last Wednesday, about 1,300 properties in Soho, Covent Garden and Leicester Square lost power and the people living there took these pictures to show off their new dark London.
The ArcelorMittal Orbit is a 376-foot tall tower that was built for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and is now being transformed into the world’s longest slide! At 591 feet, riders will pay $8 to slide down this slide for 37 seconds and, if you ask me… totally worth it.
Londoners first heard of the terrifying Spring-Heeled Jack in the late fall of 1837. This bogey-man who was rumored to be be able to leap…