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Know your Ghosts from your apparitions

Posted by London Guided Walks on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 Under: Quirky

Know your Ghosts from your apparitions

London has a lot of many wondrous things such as pubs and theatres. What London seems to have even more of is ghosts. 

There are a number of different types of paranormal activity:

Demonic hauntings - a haunting by a nonhuman entity. They often start off with subtle and relatively simple paranormal activity before quickly increasing to strong, potentially scary activity. Demonic hauntings can be very dramatic, yes, even violent.

Cold Spots – a small, defined area of intense cold, at least 10 degrees colder than surrounding area. This is no effect from air conditioning or a draft window. These are unexplained cold spots, enough to give anyone a chill.

Apparitions – the supernatural appearance of a dead person or animal, often in the distance out of full range. They often appear as white, grey or black, hovering in the air. Some are full apparitions, some only partial but it’s rare for any to show their legs or feet.

Ghosts – these shades of dead people are believed to haunt people or locations. The spirit is strongly attached to the living realm with what is often considered to be an emotional connection. Some ghosts do not realise they are dead and live out the routine of the day they died in a continuous circle. Other ghosts interact with everyday life of the living.

What paranormal activity will be experience on our guided walks in haunted London?!

Halloween guided walks:
Dragon Hunt
Haunted pubs of Marylebone & Mayfair

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