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The George Hotel, Dorchester on Thames

Haunted George Hotel in Dorchester on Thames

The George Hotel, High Street, Dorchester on Thames

This historic coaching inn is haunted by a sad woman dressed in white. What is the cause of her tears?

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Ashbury, Oxfordshire

A Forgotten Stone Circle at Ashbury

Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Ashbury

It is believed that the village of Ashbury was built on the site of an ancient stone circle, as is evidenced by the sarsen stones scattered around the village.

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George Cruikshank's engraving of The Gin Shop (1829)

Death by Gin at Brize Norton

Brize Norton, West Oxfordshire

In 1858 five people became sick and two died after drinking from the same bottle of gin. Was a poisoner at large in Brize Norton?

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Whatley Hall Hotel, Banbury

Ghosts of the Whately Hall Hotel

17-19 Horse Fair, Banbury

This 17th-century hotel in the centre of Banbury is believed to be haunted by a Catholic Priest who was the victim of a cruel prank.

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Ambrosden Church

The Devil at Ambrosden Church

Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Church Walk, Ambrosden

Legend has it that the Devil himself sought to hamper the people of Ambrosden in their attempts to build a parish church.

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Scutchamer Knob

Moots and Burials at Scutchamer Knob

Cuckhamsley Hill, Harwell

Standing high on the Ridgeway, the hill known as Scutchamer Knob is a location with more than a few myths and legends.

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Alice Chaucer's tomb at Ewelme church

Cadaver Monuments at Ewelme

St. Mary the Virgin Church, Parson's Lane, Ewelme

Inside Ewelme church can be found the gruesome tomb of Alice Chaucer, which contains sculptures of her body both in life and in death!

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Mapledurham House

Ghosts of Mapledurham House

Mapledurham House, Mapledurham, Reading

The ghost of a former owner can reportedly be seen pulling across the floor the body of a servant who he murdered in a fit of anger.

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Doom Painting at South Leigh

Doom Painting at South Leigh

St. James the Great Church, Church End, South Leigh

South Leigh church has a great example of a 15th-century doom painting, complete with smiling demons dragging sinners to hell.

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St. Mary's Church, Cropredy

The Headless St. Fremund at Cropredy

St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Cropredy

St. Mary's Church at Cropredy has a link to an 8th-century saint with a particularly macabre backstory.

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