Oxford Railway Station, Rewley Road
On the 8th January 1853, a series of misunderstandings led to one of the most deadly rail disasters in Oxford's history.
Baldon House, Marsh Baldon
The lake at Baldon House is said to be haunted by the ghosts of a family who drowned there in the late nineteenth century.
Priory Road, Bicester
Eighteenth-century cunning man James Jagger was famed in Bicester for his ability to magically find lost objects and detect thieves.
Church Street, Charlbury
In 1897, riotous scenes in Charlbury made headlines nationwide as the small town found itself at the centre of the debate around compulsory smallpox vaccinations.
St. Mary's Church, Church Road, Thame
The ghost of a lady in grey has been reported since the 1880s, often brushing past unsuspecting visitors on the belfry stairs!
Taston Road, Taston
This standing stone is said to be all that remains of a lightning bolt thrown to earth by the Norse God Thor!
River Evenlode, Charlbury
A quaint custom ended in disaster in 1924 when a capsized boat on the River Evenlode resulted in the drowning of three children.
Brasenose College, Radcliffe Square
John Clavell became famous in the 1620s for the repentant poetry he wrote while in prison awaiting trial for highway robbery.
A361, Burford - Chipping Norton
A man claims to have encountered a headless figure one dark winters night while walking from Chipping Norton to Burford.
Spooky lights around Fringford Mill have been blamed for causing mishaps and even deaths.
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