Person    | Male  Died 3/1/1804

Thomas Millwood

Categories: Paranormal

Thomas Millwood

See Francis Smith for the story.

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Thomas Millwood

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Black Lion pub ghost

The ghost was covering quite a large area - St Paul's Churchyard was at what ...

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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7 memorials
Harry Houdini

Harry Houdini

Escape artist.  Born Erik Weisz in Budapest.  Later names include: Ehrich Weiss, Harry Weiss.  The family moved to the US in 1878.  He had a very close relationship with his mother, to whom he alwa...

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1 memorial
The Theosophical Society

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Formed in New York City by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Henry Steel Olcott, William Quan Judge and others. The society's initial objective was the study of Occultism, the Cabala and Eastern religions...

Group, Community / Clubs, Paranormal, USA

1 memorial
Francis Smith

Francis Smith

The Hammersmith ghost started haunting Black Lion Lane and St Paul's Churchyard in 1804. One night an excise officer, Francis Smith, filled his blunderbuss with shot, and himself with ale before ki...

Person, Paranormal

1 memorial
Viscount Combermere, Wellington Stapleton-Cotton

Viscount Combermere, Wellington Stapleton-Cotton

Born Bedford. Inherited the title from his father, the first Viscount, in 1865. Was killed in a collision with a horse-drawn carriage and while all the family and staff were away at the funeral his...

Person, Paranormal, Politics & Administration

1 memorial