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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

21st October 1986 Hugh Whitemore's Breaking the Code, premieres in London

21st October 1970 Tony Mortimer, singer with pop band East 17, was born in Stepney.

21st October 1930 Born today: Doreen Cannon, teacher of acting (London)

21st October 1911 Actor Baron Peter Graves was born in London.

21st October 1422 1 year old King Henry VI becomes King of France as well.

Black Cap



Black Cap

1751, a witch was supposed to brew, quite literally, lethal ale.

Location: 171 Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JY

Description: The Black Cap has been licensed since 1751, when a witch was supposed to brew, quite literally, lethally potent ale. Her parents were hanged for killing a girl by black magic, and people mysteriously disappeared and died when in her company.

This pub was also the place where local murderer Thomas MacDowell met his victim Andreas Hinz in July 2002.


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Black Cap

1751, a witch was supposed to brew, quite literally, lethal ale.


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