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Rose and Crown



Rose and Crown

The most haunted pub in London, enroute to Tyburn Gallows.

Location: 2 Old Park Lane, Westminster, W1K 1QN

Description: The most haunted pub in London, because prisoners headed for Tyburn gallows were often incarcerated in the cellars here overnight.


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Rose and Crown

The most haunted pub in London, enroute to Tyburn Gallows.


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I used to work at the Rose and Crown in 1989. never liked going into the cellar for ice as your back was to the small cell where prisioners were supposed to be kept. doors would unlock overnight, and lights come on downstairs. otherwise quite a good atmosphere! (amanda)
Posted by amanda on 2008-01-06
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