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Cumnor Hill

The Ghost of Old Martson

Arnold's Way, Botley, Oxford

Arnold's Way in Botley is said to be haunted by the ghost of a man who murdered his wife with an axe

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Old Bank Hotel

Puritan Ghosts on Magpie Lane

Quad Restaurant and Bar, Magpie Lane, Oxford

The building on the corner of Magpie Lane is haunted by the ghost of Prudence Burcote, who fell in love with the wrong man and died of a broken heart.

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The Blowing Stone

The Blowing Stone of Kingston Lisle

2 Blowing Stone Cottages, Kingston Lisle, Wantage

The Blowing Stone is a large sarsen stone covered with holes that makes an eerie booming sound when blown into.

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Dragon Hill

Uffington White Horse and Dragon Hill

White Horse Hill, Uffington, Oxfordshire

Many myths and legends surround the bronze age hill carving on White Horse Hill, which for centuries was the site of a local fair.

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St Giles' Church, Oxford

A Woman in Grey at St Giles' Church

St Giles Church, 10 Woodstock Road, Oxford

The churchyard at St Giles' Church is haunted by the ghost of a wealthy woman whose dying wish was ignored by her greedy relatives.

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Headington Hill

A Murderous Vacuum Cleaner Salesman

Headington Road, Oxford

In 1931 Mrs Kempson was found murdered in her home. On her mantlepiece was the business card of travelling vacuum salesman Henry Seymour.

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Oxford Castle

Swearing Monks at Oxford Castle

Oxford Castle, New Street, Oxford

Given that Oxford Castle was the site of numerous executions over the centuries, it is perhaps unsurprising that it has it's fair share of spooks!

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St Margaret's Road, Oxford

A Time-slip in St Margaret's Road

St. Margaret's Road, Oxford

Did the Principal of St Margaret's College really witness scenes from hundreds of years previously on the streets of North Oxford?

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Banbury Cross and Horse Fair

A Statue to Dagon at Banbury?

Banbury Cross, A361, Banbury

In July 1600 the High Cross at Banbury was pulled down by Puritans, who considered the images thereon a form a pagan idolatry.

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Old Brasenose

The Sad Murder of an Oxfordshire Pedlar

Headington, Oxford

On an early morning in February 1887, a couple in Headington were awoken by the cry 'Missus! Missus! My mother's dead! He's killed her with a hammer!'

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