London Goth Top Ten #6 Cross Bones Burial Ground

After a short break, it’s definitely time to return to my favourite 10 Gothic London Sight seeing locations. For me, Cross Bones has to be on my list. As a burial ground, there is little left to see as developments have encroached, and most of the remains of the estimated 15,000 interred have been removed…

London Goth Top 10 Sightseeing

I started writing this as one post, and then I realised it was impossible to curb my enthusiasm for the subject, so I’m going to do ten locations over ten days, and then round it up for ease of reference! (insert laughing/crying emoji here) So, where to begin? London has been my town for nine years…

A Goth in a graveyard after dark. Did I mention there was a circus?!

When my friend messaged me a snapshot of an article from TimeOut, advertising Depart as a ‘Circus in a Cemetery’, with the caption ‘Interested?’ well…my reply?  You know me too well. DEPART CIRCUS : A guided tour through the underworld in Tower Hamlets Cemetery Black robes catch in the wind as they stride forward, slowly…

Taphophilia…it’s a word.

Most people have a few traditions that they observe when they cerebrate the day they were born. They might be cultural, or personal, or just plain kooky. I knew a guy once who insisted on streaking each year on the day he was born, I believe it was a ‘naked we are born and naked…