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Ghastly Grim

Dickens describes this in The Uncommercial Traveller: “The gate is ornamented with skulls and crossbones…wrought in stone; but it likewise came into the mind of St. Ghastly Grim that to stick iron spikes a-top of the stone skulls, as though they were impaled, would be a pleasant device. Therefore the skulls grin aloft horribly, thrust through and through with iron spears.”


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Taken on October 24, 2007