This pub was built in 1840s London — during Jack The Ripper times — so it should be no surprise that it’s haunted. The story goes that the bar was razed in London, but its facade and wooden interior was sent to New York City, then onto this sleepy SoFla town in 1996. Little did anyone know that the pub’s original elements came with the ghost of Bertha Starkey, a cheating wife who was murdered by her husband. Today, she can be heard rattling pots, knocking things over, and wailing in the middle of the night at The Blue Anchor. Every night around 10pm (the time she was murdered), Bertha likes to remind everyone she’s still here — so the current owners ring the “ship’s bell” to scare her away.