Merton College, Merton Street, Oxford
J.R.R. Tolkien's ghost is said to walk the quads and corridors of Merton College, leaving behind it a distinctive whiff of pipe smoke!
St. Giles' Street, Oxford
The Eagle and Child pub was once home to a famous literary group, but its cellars are said to be home to more sinister visitors.
The White Hart Inn, Grove Street, Wantage
During the Wantage Fair of 1833, the body of the landlady of the White Hart Inn was found, her head severed by a single blow.
River Thames near Kennington
When Charles Andrews drowned in the Thames near Kennington it sparked an inter-county argument over who was responsible for his body.
Langley Farm, Langley
The ghost of a woman with an anguished face has been seen close to the site of this former royal hunting lodge.
Randolph Hotel, Beaumont Street, Oxford
In March 1870, Lord Randolph Churchill was arrested for an alleged drunken assault on a police constable outside the Randolph Hotel.
Every midsummer a dragon puppet is paraded through the streets of Burford in a ceremony that dates back over 1200 years.
Wycliffe Hall, Banbury Road, Oxford
In 1938 the University of Oxford was rocked by the murder of a sixteen-year-old pantry boy by a theological student at Wycliffe Hall.
B4022 Witney Road, near Ramsden
This equine apparition has been witnessed in the vicinity of Hilltop Garden Centre. Could it be connected to other local phantoms?
New College, Holywell Street, Oxford
Richard Haydock became famous for his apparent ability to preach sermons in his sleep, sermons that he claimed to have no memory of when waking.
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