The most famous legend coming from the very creepy Highgate Cemetery in London, England is that of the Highgate Vampire, which was said to be responsible for attacks from 1967 to 1984. In this video, the Right Reverend Sean Manchester says he took on this "vampire epidemic" in a fight against the "forces of the undead."
Allegedly one man was attacked by this vampire at the cemetery, and several others were visited by the ghoul in their bedrooms at night. One of them, Elizabeth Vordewa, believes the vampire left pinhole marks on her neck.
There might have been attacks by someone at Highgate Cemetery, and there might even be ghost phenomena there, but I find the entire story of the Highgate Vampire, as told in this video, to be highly doubtful.
First of all, there are no real vampires. Blood-sucking, night-fearing vampires that can be killed by a stake through the heart are a literary invention. But Bishop Manchester says there is "no question of the existence of vampires" and even has his own vampire-slaying kit of wooden stakes, hammers, and holy water. I'd wager that he's never used them. And his story of cremating a body sounds highly illegal.