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The Langston Arms Hotel

Haunted Langston Arms Hotel

Langston Arms Hotel, Kingham, Oxfordshire

The Langston Arms Hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of an elderly woman, perhaps a nun. Her appearances are accompanied by coughing noises and shuffling footsteps.

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View of the Rollright Stones by William Stukeley (1687 – 1765)

The Rollright Stones

Little Rollright, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

Many legends surround the dramatic Rollright Stones at Long Compton, including witches, kings and stones that move of their own accord!

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The Old Vicarage, Deddington

Haunted Deddington Vicarage

The Old Vicarage, Deddington, Oxfordshire

The Old Vicarage is said to be haunted by the ghost of Revd Maurice Frost, who died there in 1962. Be warned, Frost's ghost does not like visitors!

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Hempton Horse Man

Hempton, Deddington

The village of Hempton is said to be haunted by a man riding a horse. Cyclists also report being pushed off their bicycles by unseen hands.

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An Ice Skating Tragedy

Eastleigh House, New Street, Deddington, Oxfordshire

In 1917 two young boys tragically drowned at a nearby mill pond. Their home is said to be haunted by the sound of their grieving mother weeping.

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A Ghostly Groom at Deddington

The Paddocks, Hempton Road, Deddington

A coaching inn once stood on this site. The area is haunted by the ghost of groom who died after being kicked by a horse in the late 18th century.

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A Tudor Lady at Rycote Chapel

Rycote Chapel, Great Haseley, Thame

Rycote Chapel is believed to be haunted by a ghost known as the Grey lady who is seen walking outside the chapel and standing by a nearby yew tree.

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The Birdcage Inn, Thame

Haunting at the Birdcage Inn

The Birdcage Inn, Cornmarket Street, Thame

Ghostly footsteps heard at the Birdcage Inn are believed to be those of a leper who was stoned to death at the property, or those of a French soldier who was kept prisoner in the cellar during the Napoleonic wars.

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