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.
Master's Lodge, Logic Lane, Oxford
When Catherine Riordan's relationship with Junior Dean John Haines ended in 1890, Catherine swore 'By God, I will be a murderess.'
The Old Rectory, Church Handborough
The Old Rectory at Church Handborough is haunted by the ghost of Jane Scalpepper, who met a bad end there in the mid 17th century.
In May 1952 Oliver Butler strangled Rose Meadows. He told police she was obsessed with death and had egged him on to killer her. Was he telling the truth?
When accused of stealing a duck Thomas Beesley denied it, but 'He was proved a liar by the loud quacking coming from his coat pocket'!
Mapledurham House, Mapledurham, Reading
The ghost of a former owner can reportedly be seen pulling across the floor the body of a servant who he murdered in a fit of anger.
Main Road, Stanton Harcourt
The Lady Pool at Stanton Harcourt is believed to house two restless spirits, both of whom met their deaths in connection to adultery.
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
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.
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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