UK reader Flidget writes in with the following:
"London is famous worldwide for its train network, the Underground, but what most people haven't heard about are the 'ghost stations'. These are stations that have been closed up and abandoned, but you can still glimpse their dark, deserted platforms as your train hurtles past them through the deep tunnels. Very spooky, so it's no wonder eight of those stations are rumored to be haunted. The British Museum Station has probably the most impressive ghost, that of an ancient Egyptian angry at that his tomb was violated and his mummy kidnapped back to England. Eventually the station was closed in 1933, but in 1935 two women disappeared from Holborn, the next station down the line. Strange marks were found on the walls of the empty British Museum Station and sightings of the ghost increased, but the women were never found."
Poor Flidget works near one of the haunted stations and managed to get creeped out writing this!