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The Tower of London. Former prison and execution site of second wife of Henry the VIII, Anne Boleyn, who was beheaded in the tower as well as his wife Katherine Howard.

The most famous people to lose their head were Henry VIII’s two unfortunate wives, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. Here is the executioner’s axe and chopping block in the White Tower museum (inside The Tower of London). Their bodies are said to lay under the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula.

The Executioner’s Axe and Chopping Block, White Tower Museum, The Tower of London, England - The most famous people to lose their heads were Henry VIIIs two unfortunate wives, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.

Tower green - the scaffold site

This is where Henry VIII had wives Anne Boleyn, Katheryn Howard, and many others executed. Lady Jane Grey was executed on this spot as well, and their bodies are buried under the altar of the church pictured here, the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula.

Tower green - the scaffold site - where Anne Boleyn, Katheryn Howard, and Lady Jane Grey were executed.

Inside the Tower of London..Perhaps the most well-known ghostly resident of the Tower is the spirit of Ann Boleyn, one of the wives of Henry VIII, who was also beheaded in the Tower in 1536. Her ghost has been spotted on many occasions, sometimes carrying her head, on Tower Green and in the Tower Chapel Royal.

Inside the Tower of London.Perhaps the most well-known ghostly resident of the Tower is the spirit of Ann Boleyn, one of the wives of Henry VIII, who was also beheaded in the Tower in Her ghost has been spotted on many occasions, sometimes carrying

The Beauchamp Tower where Anne Boleyn was held prisoner

The Beauchamp Tower at The Tower of London where Anne Boleyn was held prisoner while awaiting her execution.

The Bloody Tower, Tower Of London, England    If you gloss over the gruesome parts (namely the execution of Anne Boleyn in 1536, and the sinister disappearance of the princes in the tower in 1483), the Tower of London is perfect for kids. They'll love the yeoman warders, the legendary ravens, and the crown jewels. It's expensive, but worth it.

The Bloody Tower, Tower Of London, England If you gloss over the gruesome parts (namely the execution of Anne Boleyn in and the sinister disappearance of the princes in the tower in the yeoman warders, the legendary ravens, and the crown jewels.

For the royal family....built in Australia

After almost a decade in a backyard workshop in suburban Sydney, during which it became the centre of a political row, the coach 'Britannia' built by Sydney man Jim Frecklington has may finally be put into service for the Royal Family, the Palace says

Tower of London - London, England

Nowhere else does London's history come to life so vividly as it does in this minicity of 20 towers filled with heraldry as it does in the tower of London

Stone marking the original site of the scaffold where Anne Boleyn and others were executed .  It reads, "The following persons are known to have been executed on this spot."

Stone marking the original site of the scaffold where Anne Boleyn, Katherine Howard, and Lady Jane Grey, as well as others of high rank, were executed.

Tower of London  This iconic tower is reportedly "England's most haunted building." People claim to have seen the ghosts of Anne Boleyn and Lady Jane Grey roaming these historic halls, and a guard is rumored to have died of fright in 1816 after seeing an apparation of a bear coming closer to him.

Most haunted places on earth (MSNBC)

Tower of London. This iconic tower is reportedly "England's most haunted building." People claim to have seen the ghosts of Anne Boleyn and Lady Jane Grey roaming these historic halls.

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