Lyceum Theatre's Hauntings, London
The Lyceum theatre in London’s West End, currently home to the Lion King and the sighting of a terrifying sighting of a severed head.
One night a couple looking over the balcony saw the head looking back up at her from the lap of a lady below in the stalls.
They attempted to find the woman after the show but failed to find her but several years later the husband visited a house in Yorkshire where he was surprised to see a portrait of the terrifying face he’s seen in London.
The owner of the house told him that he was an ancestor and former resident of the house who’d been beheaded for treason. His family also owned the land where the Lyceum was built.
Find out more about the Lyceum theatre at thelyceumtheatre.com.
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