St Michael at the North Gate Church, Cornmarket Street, Oxford
This explicit stone carving is an unusual addition to one of Oxford's oldest churches.
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, 1 Mill Ln, Adderbury
On the exterior wall at Adderbury church can be found a symbol that many would associate with the occult, paganism and witchcraft.
Crowsley Park, Binfield Heath, Oxfordshire
Hell hounds, legends and a real-life Henry Baskerville link this Oxfordshire house to the famous Sherlock Holmes adventure.
St. Mary's Church, Church Street, Bloxham
The devil is said to have played a part in building the church spires in these three Oxfordshire villages.
Moonraker Lane, Bampton
The curiously named Moonraker Lane harks back to a running joke from the past about mistaking the moon's reflection for a cheese!
Barton Park, A4260
In the grounds of Barton Park can be found the remains of a long barrow marked by a group of stones. Move these stones at your peril!
Dorchester Abbey, High St, Dorchester
After St Birinus was killed by a snake bite, a local legend states that no snake can live within earshot of the bell at Dorchester Abbey.
Troy Farm, Somerton
The Troy Maze at Somerton is a rare example of a genuine post-medieval turf maze in England.