Somerville House, 130 Banbury Road, Oxford
Baker Isaac Grubb incurred the town's anger when it was revealed he was selling bread to the university on the cheap.
St. Andrew's Church, St, Headington
A misunderstanding ended in tragedy in 1872, when the Parish Clerk of Headington was accused of stealing cabbages from a neighbour.
Donnington Bridge Road
In 1803 the body of a perfidious harness maker was buried at the junction of Donnington Bridge Road and the Iffley Road.
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, 1 Mill Ln, Adderbury
On the exterior wall at Adderbury church can be found a symbol that many would associate with the occult, paganism and witchcraft.
Crowsley Park, Binfield Heath, Oxfordshire
Hell hounds, legends and a real-life Henry Baskerville link this Oxfordshire house to the famous Sherlock Holmes adventure.
Priory Manor Farm, Manor Road, Brize Norton
An advert in the London Morning Post on 19 August 1937, offered for sale a large Victorian wardrobe, complete with ghost!
St John's College, St. Giles, Oxford
In 1893 a woman was fined 10 shillings for practicing 'unlawful and subtle craft' in the gardens of St. John's College.
St. Mary's Church, Church Street, Bloxham
The devil is said to have played a part in building the church spires in these three Oxfordshire villages.
Moonraker Lane, Bampton
The curiously named Moonraker Lane harks back to a running joke from the past about mistaking the moon's reflection for a cheese!
Bicester Railway Station, London Rd, Bicester
In 1861 a misunderstanding between station staff and a train driver cost the lives of 6 people at Bicester railway station.
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