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I find that rather more surprising for France and yet, children there have taken to celebrating Halloween in masses. Small seaside towns such as Houlgate in Normandy have the Mairie organising parade and followed by snacks at the town hall for the kids. Children in the centre of Paris go around trickle treating and shops have baskets of sweets waiting for them. Is this strange or is this just part of life. Children taken on whatever they think is great and fun and this happens from the US.
Deep in the heart of London, buried beneath the paving stones of historic Southwark, lies the world's most chillingly famous horror attraction.
The London Dungeon brings more than 2,000 years of gruesomely authentic history vividly back to life....and death.
The old boats will be decked out from bow to stern with Halloween decorations. Staff dress up as creepy characters and animatedly entertain all the passengers with gruesome tales. Disappearing into the depths of the long dark tunnel is enough to give the bravest of voyagers the jitters. Expect bloodcurdling sound effects and a number of unwelcome surprises throughout the journey through the 886m pitch black channel. Dazed passengers will emerge the other side on a pretty part of the canal near Upper Street, Islington. Be warned, you’ll have to brave the perils of the tunnel, once again, on your return.
Twilight creeps through the narrow alleyways and hidden courtyards of the old, old city. Its gnarled fingers unlock ancient secrets of dark deeds that lie entombed behind crumbling walls. It whispers into the shadowy recesses of a forgotten part of London, disturbing the sleep of the long departed, and the City of the Dead stirs once more into ghostly, ethereal life.
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