The popular belief that witches could turn themselves into animals is at the centre of this legend about a local Kirtlington woman.
The Dunsdon brothers of Fulbrook were once the most feared criminal gang in all of Wychwood, but they met their end due to a bungled burglary that resulted in a severed arm!
Great Tew House, Great Tew
The 17th century aristocrats Lord and Lady Tanfield were despised by the people of Burford during their lifetimes, but are also said to haunt their old home in Great Tew.
Burford Church, Church Lane, Burford
Lord and Lady Tanfield are perhaps the most hated residents in all of Burford's history. Their ghosts were said to ride a fiery coach over rooftops throughout the town before being finally layed beneath Burford bridge.
The Manor Country House Hotel, Weston on the Green
The ghost of a nun known as Maude is supposed to make her presence known to guests staying in 'The Oak Room' at Weston Manor House, the property now known as The Manor Country House Hotel.
The Plough Inn, Clifton Hampden
Supernatural events reported at this picturesque thatched inn include doors opening by themselves, inexplicable sounds, 'a sort of bluish light' and empty glasses being upturned in the bar.
The Holt Hotel, Hopcrofts Holt, Steeple Aston
The ghost of the famous 17th century highwayman Claude Duval is said to haunt the Holt Hotel. And if you are female, watch out! Even in death Duval is said to have an eye for the ladies!
The White Hart, Burford Road, Minster Lovell
This old coaching inn is said to be haunted by the ghost of young Victorian woman who hanged herself in one of the bedrooms after a broken love affair.
The George Hotel, High Street, Wallingford
Unusual 'tear drop' wallpaper in one of the bedrooms at the George Hotel tells the ghostly tale of a 17th century suicide.
The ghost of an American airman who took is own life during the war is said to haunt one of the hangers in what remains of what was once RAF Grove.
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