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Lord Nelson's Life in London
Click on Nelson's statue for Nelson's life in London
Shakespeare and Dickens
The two most famous writers in the world, William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens, are thought of as Londoners, even though they were not born there, they chose however, to spend most of their working lives in this city. Although one was born four-hundred odd years ago and the other over two-hundred years, there are still surprisingly hidden places remaining in which they were both associated with.
Murders in London
London is also famous for some of the most gruesome murders in British History. Sweeney Todd the demon barber of Fleet Street – or Reginald Christie of 10 Rillington Place, take your pick. Who do you think killed the most people? Fact or fiction you decide! A hair cut or a back street abortion, which is the most dangerous?
The Crime Museum Uncovered
Never before seen – Scotland Yard’s Crime Museum at The Museum of London.
Knowledge of London highly recommends you making a visit – not suitable for children.
Be prepared to be chilled!
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