Here are three of London's most haunted spots that people can visit for free in the city.

Three of London's most haunted spots that spooky fans can visit for free in the city.
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Thanks to London's rich history, the capital has built up a reputation for hosting the supernatural, too. From eerie hauntings to ghostly apparitions, here are some of the capital's most ghostly spots that visitors can head to for free.

While the Tower of London is one of the city's most famous haunted spots, with its stone walls having witnessed treason, murders and executions over the years, those wanting to explore its gruesome history will need to buy a ticket.

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However, fans of the supernatural can explore plenty of other places across the capital that have reported mysterious activity over the years without spending a penny.

Here are some of the capital's most haunted spots that have free entry.

Bruce Castle Museum 

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Visitors to the Tottenham-based museum over the years have claimed to have seen strange signs on its ground, including the presence of a shadowy figure widely considered to be one of the spot's former residents, Lady Constantia.

Where: Lordship Ln, London N17 8NU

Nearest station: White Hart Lane Rail

Queen's House

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In the '60s, a photograph famously captured what appeared to be a ghostly figure on the spot's tulip staircase.

Where: Romney Rd, London SE10 9NF

Nearest station: Greenwich

Hunterian Museum

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Hosting the vast anatomy collection of the 18th-century surgeon John Hunter, some believe the spot is haunted by the specimens on display.

Where: The Royal College of Surgeons of England 38, 43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PE

Nearest station: Holborn