Holton Park, Holton
Some say the old house at Holton Park was pulled down because it was too haunted to be inhabited!
Symon Wysdom's House, 1 High Street, Burford
A Burford man who attempted to 'sell' his wife at Chipping Norton market in 1855 got more than he bargained for!
Main Road, Stanton Harcourt
The Lady Pool at Stanton Harcourt is believed to house two restless spirits, both of whom met their deaths in connection to adultery.
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock
In Autumn 1649 the Parliamentary forces stationed at Woodstock Manor were subject to a terrifying and prolonged supernatural assault.
In February 1830 a fireball was seen in the sky and explosions were heard as a meteorite fell to earth at Launton near Bicester.
Cornbury Park, Charlbury
On Palm Sunday it is traditional for villagers to walk into Wychwood forest to collect spring water to mix with liquorice to make 'Spanish Water'.
Magdalen Bridge, High Street, Oxford
Magdalen Bridge is said to be haunted by the ghost of a chimney sweep who was shot while celebrating the 1754 Oxfordshire election results.
Oxford Road, Kidlington
In 1936 three Russian wolves escaped from the Oxford Zoo at Kidlington and terrorised livestock for three days before being shot.
In 1355 a drunken tavern brawl sparked a three-day clash between students and townsfolk that resulted in the deaths of nearly 100 people.
On Christmas Eve 1874 a passenger train derailed in snowy conditions at Shipton-on-Cherwell, resulting in 34 deaths and 69 serious injuries.
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