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 Post subject: Ghosts on the London Underground.
PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2007 1:13 am 
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Just wondering if anyone else seen that programme that was on 4 a little while back? it was really interesting with some good stories. If any of you guys missed it you can get the full 'Ghosts on the Londion Underground' documentary up on google video. The doc also has what must be the strangest and eeriest ghost picture i've ever seen.


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I saw and still have it on video I think. I found it to be very a very well made and interesting doc. It's a shame that both Maurice Gross and Bill Tandy died sudenly after completing it.

Is the picture you are referring to the guy in the electric chair?


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I saw it 2 week ago on Discovery. Its was interesting although not see all but what I saw was good

Need to record it and watch properly next time its on

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not seen it but i'm looking for it on google video now

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doktor_phibes wrote:
I saw and still have it on video I think. I found it to be very a very well made and interesting doc. It's a shame that both Maurice Gross and Bill Tandy died sudenly after completing it.

Is the picture you are referring to the guy in the electric chair?


Yep that was the one lol, I thought that picture of Bruno Hauptman was pretty creepy....

I didn't know Maurice Gross died after making that documentary... that is a real shame. :(


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yep i saw this the story about the guy at the tunnel intersection can't remember it's name was quite interesting, and the voices in the office from i think it was the crowd crush was interesting.

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i didnt sorry :wink:


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Orbione kenobie wrote:
and the voices in the office from i think it was the crowd crush was interesting.


That one caught my attention too... that bloke said he could hear women and children crying and screaming when he was all by himself in the middle of the night at bethnal green station. Apparently it got so loud and frightening he had to leave the office... id be away so fast you wouldn't see me for dust lol.


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 Post subject: Re: Ghosts on the London Underground.
PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:56 pm 
Whatever you think ghosts are,underground stations are some of the spookiest places ever....and thats when theyre not deserted.
They are used countless times in films,video games and tv programmes to create that unique atmosphere you get on undergrounds.Didnt see the programme by the way.


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