Richard Jones is London's leading expert on the ghosts of the capital. From haunted pubs to haunted houses he has carried out on the spot research at hundreds of locations across London.
His books Walking Haunted London and Haunted London are international bestsellers, and he has appeared on BBC, ITV 1 and on the Discovery and History Channels both as a presenter and as an interviewee on programmes about Haunted London.
Below you will find a selection of his favourite ghost stories, all of which have been collected by him in a career in ghost hunting that has spanned almost 30 years.
The Grenadier is situated in a delightful little mews in Belgravia, one of London's most exclusive neighbourhoods. It is not only one of London's cosiest pubs but is also one of its most haunted. Read More
Clerkenwell's House of Detention is now closed to the public. But for many years it had the reputation of being one of London's most haunted venues. All manner of ghosts were said to wander the darker recesses of this truly spooky place. Read More
When Chris Brackley took a photgraph of the interior of St. Botolph's Church on Bishopsgate he didn't realise that he may have caught a ghost on film until he looked at his picture a little later. Read More
The Bank of England is one of the City of London's most important institutions, but it also has its very own ghost, a lady in Black who has been known to chill the blood of many a late night wanderer. Read More
The Horniman Museum is one of London's lesser known museums and is well worth a visit for intrepid ghost hunters as several spirits of bygone times are known to haunt it. Read More