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16 Montpelier Road


Twenty suicides and a murder occurred in this terraced London house under mysterious circumstances.

Photo / TomCat ProductionsThe house, now demolished, had a tall tower built into it which claimed the lives of so many suicide victims, the first being Anne Hinchfield in 1877 at the age of twelve. In the 1930s, a nurse working at the house murdered her charge by hurling the baby from the tower and then jumped herself.

The author of 'Our Haunted Kingdom', Andrew Green, describes the emotions he felt after climbing the tower in the 1940s. He felt that there was a presence there silently 'persuading' him to fall from the tower, convincing him that there was only a short distance from the parapet to the garden below.

 

 

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