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University College Oxford

The Ghost of Obadiah Walker

University College, High Street, Oxford

University College is said to be haunted by the ghost of Obadiah Walker, who was Master of the college during the latter half of the 17th century.

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Wadham College

Ghostly Monks at Wadham College

Wadham College, Park Road, Oxford

Wadham College stands on the site of an Augustinian Priory. Sightings of ghostly monks have long been reported in the college grounds.

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Blandy House

Mary Blandy's House

Blandy House, Hart Street, Henley-on-Thames

The murder Mary Blandy is perhaps Henley-on-Thames's most notorious former resident.

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Saint Mary the Virgin, Chipping Norton

Ghost of a Hanged Vicar at Chipping Norton

St Mary's Church, Church Street, Chipping Norton

Vicar Henry Joyes was hanged in chains from Chipping Norton church tower for his part in the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Rising of 1549.

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All Saints Faringdon

The Headless Ghost of Hamilton Tighe

All Saints Faringdon, Church Street, Faringdon

There are two possible stories of how a headless ghost came to haunt the churchyard at All Saints Farringdon.

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Enstone

Poltergeists of the Hall family

Enstone, Oxfordshire

Supernatural events hounded blacksmith Thomas Hall and his wife Ann, including the sound of a cock loudly crowing, smashing crockery and gunshots.

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Godstow Abbey

Fair Rosamund at Godstow

Godstow Nunnery, Wolvercote, Oxford

The tragic ghost Henry II's mistress Rosamund Clifford is said to haunt the ruins of Godstow Abbey, Wolvercote.

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Wilcote House, Wilcote

A Wilcote Haunting

Wilcote, North Leigh, West Oxfordshire

The ghosts of the wicked Lord and Lady Wilcote are said to haunt the church and surrounding lanes around Wilcote.

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Great Tew Manor House

The Terrible Tanfields at Great Tew

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.

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The monument to Sir Lawrence Tanfield in Burford Church.

The Wicked Tanfields of Burford

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.

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