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Tower of London, St Peter ad Vincula church (EC3)

The bodies of the executed were placed under the floor of this building during the Tutor period. In 1876, Queen Victoria instructed the flagstones be lifted and all bodies removed, identified and given a correct burial - the remains over two hundred were discovered, though identification was nigh impossible. Soon after this, an officer on patrol reported looking into the church late at night and seeing a large number of people in period costume apparently walking around, following a woman who looked like Anne Boleyn. After a few minutes the scene faded away.
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