At the end of the ghost walk around Southwark, we ended up at the Cross Bones Graveyard and were able to go inside. Cross Bones may have been a burial ground for medieval prostitutes, who could not be buried in consecrated ground. Later it was used as a burial ground for the poor. The graveyard was “rediscovered” a few years ago and hosts a vigil every month to remember “the outcast dead”. Currently a memorial garden is in the process of being constructed.