The royal newlyweds have already moved part time into Princess Diana's former residence, Kensington Palace, but it appears that the duo have some unlikely neighbors: ghosts.
It has long been reported that Kensington Palace, which has been in the royal family since 1689, is haunted by ghosts, with the occasional story coming out of screams during the night.
Now, the powers that be are turning that curiosity into pounds: Starting Halloween weekend (October 28-31), tourists can have their very own fright night, royal style. Visitors will be able to roam the halls listening for the remnants of Queen Mary, Peter the Wild Boy et al, the Daily Mirror reports.
The stately home is currently going through a $19.7 million refurbishment to be completed by 2012, the New York Post reports.