After 38 years of scaring people witlesss at London Bridge, theatrically terrifying tourist attraction the London Dungeon is moving to new premises in the bowels of County Hall on the Southbank in March. A completely new experience is promised there, which means that all sorts of gruesome props from the old Tooley Street site must be disposed of. And what better solution than a car-boot sale of severed limbs, false eyeballs, surgical implements and a whole range of eccentric and gory artefacts? Unsuspecting regulars at Pimlico's weekly Capital car boot, ordinarily accustomed to rummaging through the more mundane pickings of house clearances, are in for a bit of a shock. Fans of the macabre, however, will have a field day: prices for books, bones, dolls and crockery from the London Dungeon's replica of the Ten Bells pub (believed to have been frequented by Jack the Ripper and some of his victims) are starting at just a couple of quid.