Results tagged “Halloween”


By Tabitha Ronson

As a working mum I am forever beating myself up about not spending enough time with Master A. So last week I decided to take a couple of days off over the half-term holiday for some one-on-one time with my boy.

The day before our first adventure I received a frantic call from another working mum. Her childcare plans had gone pear-shaped and she needed someone to look after at least one of her three children. Could I help?


A dark gypsy opera being performed on the Cutty Sark aims to walk the line between music gig and immersive theatre.

The Wharf hunts ghosts at The Gun

By Jon Massey on October 23, 2012 1:16 PM |

Two representatives of the paper spent the night at The Gun in Docklands hunting the ghost of Lord Horatio Nelson ahead of Halloween


By Andrew Williams

The clocks go back this weekend, and to add to the general air of darkness it's also Halloween. As kids start guzzling brightly coloured sweets like there's no tomorrow, it's easy to forget all those long sunny days when we relaxed in the British summertime. That did happen, right?


Apparently you are never more than 5ft away from a rat at all times in London. And, according to author and full time monster hunter Neil Arnold, you're never that far away from a ghost or strange creature either.

London's spooky stuff is not just ghosts but other weird paranormal behaviour and activity such as UFOs and dragon-like creatures that fly over the capital.

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