London’s Dead — Ed Glinert

London's Dead — A Guided tour of the Capital's Dead, by Ed GilnertOnce again my blog has been wiped and I have to start again, this time though I am going to try something slightly different. Insipired by the film Julie and Julia, (great film now want to read the book), about a woman who blogged her way through a recipe book in a year, I have decided to do a series of themed blog posts.

Rather than a recipe book, as most people who know me can tell you cooking is not my strong point., I am going to do something I’ve been meaning to do for a while and walk my way through London’s Dead, A guided tour of the capital’s dead By Ed Glinert. A book listing various interesting deaths and burials in London. I will admit that some of the places are no longer there, there are a few closed tube stations for example, and some are not publicly accessible, such as 10 Downing Street, but I will try to get as close as I can and see if I can find out anything interesting long the way

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2 Responses to London’s Dead — Ed Glinert

  1. Mills says:

    Which interesting deaths happened in former tube stations? And why were they so interesting?

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