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    Prisoner graffiti - carved in the walls of Beauchamp Tower at the Tower of London. Eerie!

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Photograph depicting inscriptions carved by prisoners in the Beauchamp Tower, Tower of London, by Sir Benjamin Stone, 1898 Source: collections.vam.a... For some strange reason the original image is upside down, which made it difficult to make out the inscriptions.

Prisoner graffiti - carved into the walls of Beauchamp Tower at the Tower of London. Very creepy!


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