The London Underground has continued the tradition of pioneering new design for over 150 years, giving the city a legacy to be extremely proud of. However, it has also had its fair share of drama including murders, tragic accidents and suicides.
Hauntings are usually place-centred, and now, popular view is that they are triggered by situations that involve ghosts of the dead. Add to this the large number of plague pits, graveyards and crypts that were disturbed during construction of the Underground, and we have thousands of troubled souls none too pleased to have their eternal rest disturbed.
Let's explain some of them on a real life ghost train, shall we?