London, England (UK) is home to one of the most intriguing and eerie Ghost Tours in the nation, Langham Hotel Come explore its spooky offerings with Haunted Journeys.
The Langham Hotel is one of the most historic hotels in London, built in 1865 as one of the original luxury hotels it is a frequent haunt of celebrities royals and the odd ghost. The list of famous guests include Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, Noel Coward, Somerset Maugham, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Sir Henry M. Stanley (of Stanley and Livingstone), Charles De Gaulle, George Orwell, Antonin Dvorak and many others. Some of these famous have returned in their afterlife, according to tales from their archives. Yes, the Langham Hotel is considered the most haunted hotel in London, if not the world.
From a German Prince, soldiers, a doctor who murdered his wife and even Napoleon III who lived there in his final days of exile have all made an appearance. The most haunted rooms in the hotel are said to be room 333 and if any travelers are feeling brave they can opt to stay there.
Lets provide you the details of the haunting German prince. Apparently he jumped out of a fourth-floor window. He is frequently observed in the early morning hours walking through doors.
Emperor Napoleon III, who lived at the Langham during his last days in exile, appears in the basement.
Room 333 is said to be the most haunted of all, if you are planning to request a particular room. Here you will meet a doctor who murdered his wife then killed himself while on their honeymoon. He appears as a silver-haired Victorian gentleman with cloak and cravat and, like all ghosts, has blank, staring eyes. There is documentation of his apparition in 1973 a BBC announcer James Alexander Gordon while he was napping in, of course, Room 333. Apparently, he prefers to make his appearances only in October.
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