St Mary the Virgin church, Shipton under Wychwood
A humorous local story from 1894 features drunken dares, practical jokes and stolen human remains!
Taston Road, Taston
This standing stone is said to be all that remains of a lightning bolt thrown to earth by the Norse God Thor!
Spooky lights around Fringford Mill have been blamed for causing mishaps and even deaths.
Adwell Cop, near Adwell, South Oxfordshire
Tales of fairies have long been associated with the long barrow that tops this South Oxfordshire hill.
Church Lane, Bampton
If you wished to find out who was going to die in Bampton, you just needed to go to the church at midnight on 31 October!
Every midsummer a dragon puppet is paraded through the streets of Burford in a ceremony that dates back over 1200 years.
Fancy having your thumbs tied behind your back and chasing a live lamb? Then the annual Lamb Ale at Kirtlington is for you!
Chaotic scenes and drunken revelry were par for the course on this particularly boozy religious holiday.