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6 thoughts on “London Urban Legends

  1. says:

    There is something deeply mysterious in the air of LondonAm I biased? uite possibly yes but I've had the blessing to find myself walking in its streets many times and what I felt there I haven't felt in any other cityThe shadows that are cast over its buildings during the Blue Hourthe mist that arises from the water of Father ThamesWhen darkness fallsthe visitor expects to hear the sound of carriages upon cobblestoned streetsmysterious pas

  2. says:

    While I was in the Middle East there was this story trending about a preteen child usually a girl who suddenly disappears in a shopping mall The frightened mother informs the mall staff and immediately they down the shutters and start searching After a frantic hour the kid is discovered in a toilet hair cut dress changed and drugge

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    I'd probably give it 35 starsIt's not actually a collection of legends as you may think according to the name of the book; it's like a research dedicated to urban myths The book is divided into 22 chapters each of them tells us about some particular kind of urban legends There are uite a lot of them the legends about famous landmarks and people about public transport the Tube about animals and much Scott Wood not only writes about the mo

  4. says:

    Lots of interesting stories about London the kind of thing that a friend of a friend had happen to them Written by a local SE author as well so that's an extra bonus point

  5. says:

    A look at urban legends surrounding London covering everything from plague pits to dead passengers on the tube to Jimi Hendrix's parakeets Wood's definition of urban legend is a little loose at times some just being rumors that lack the story

  6. says:

    A fascinating book on the myths of London Needed it for some research I am doing but the rest of it certainly tickled the giggle glands

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REVIEW í TOBERMOREDRIVEWAYS.CO.UK Ö Scott Wood

There razor blades hidden and where did all these parakeets come from Did they really belong to Jimi Hendrix Urban legends are the funny frightening and fierce folklore people share Just like the early folk tales that came before them which were attempts to explain the spiritual world these tales. While I was in the Middle East there was this story trending about a preteen child usually a girl who suddenly disappears in a shopping mall The frightened mother informs the mall staff and immediately they down the shutters and start searching After a frantic hour the kid is discovered in a toilet hair cut dress changed and drugged An apparent attempt at daylight kidnapping has been averted at the last momentI think all of us across the globe can relate to such stories They always happen to a friend of a friend or foaf in this age of abbreviations just beyond one s reach of personal corroboration The pe

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London Urban Legends

How long has a corpse been staring out at passengers on the tube Was London Bridge really shipped abroad by London Urban PDFEPUBan American thinking he’d bought Tower Bridge Did the ueen really mix with the crowds as a princess on VE Day And did Hitler actually want to live in Balham Where are. There is something deeply mysterious in the air of LondonAm I biased uite possibly yes but I ve had the blessing to find myself walking in its streets many times and what I felt there I haven t felt in any other cityThe shadows that are cast over its buildings during the Blue Hourthe mist that arises from the water of Father ThamesWhen darkness fallsthe visitor expects to hear the sound of carriages upon cobblestoned streetsmysterious passengers heading on shady endeavors men in top hats and the butterflies of the night standing under the flickering light of the lamp posts Yestoo much Dickens and Tom Har

REVIEW í TOBERMOREDRIVEWAYS.CO.UK Ö Scott Wood

Are formed from reactions to spectacular events in the modern world and reflect our current values From royal rumours to subterranean legends Scott Wood has researched and written about them with a sense of wonder humour and a keen eye He finds the truth the myth and the lies amongst these tales. I d probably give it 35 starsIt s not actually a collection of legends as you may think according to the name of the book it s like a research dedicated to urban myths The book is divided into 22 chapters each of them tells us about some particular kind of urban legends There are uite a lot of them the legends about famous landmarks and people about public transport the Tube about animals and much Scott Wood not only writes about the most popular urban myths of London he also confirms if they are based on real facts or not According to this book not all of those legends are invented by people s sick im