A Broken Heart at the White Hart
One of Oxfordshire's many old coaching inns, the White Hart dated back to the 15th century.
The ghost of Rosalind
The inn is known for the ghost of a young Victorian woman, referred to locally as Rosalind or Rosaline, who hanged herself in one of the rooms after a broken love affair.
Description of this haunting vary, some saying she is seen silently weeping, others describe not seeing her but hearing the sound of weeping.
There are also reports of poltergeist activity, with glasses disappearing, barrels being knocked over and the bell in the bar inexplicably ringing of its own accord.
Find out more
- 'Haunted Inns and Taverns' by Andrew Green (ISBN: 07478 02947)