Queen's College, High Street, Oxford
A near miss with a wild boar inspired an unusual culinary tradition at Queen's College, Oxford
Brasenose College, Radcliffe Square, Oxford
According to legend the name of Brasenose College comes from a speaking brass door knocker created by the medieval philosopher Roger Bacon.
Divinity Road, East Oxford
"One moonshiny night, as I sat high, Waiting for one to come by, The boughs did bend, my heart did ache, To see what hole the fox did make."
Upper Arncott, Oxfordshire
Sightings of big cats have been reported in the area of Otmoor for the last 30 years. Does the area have its own crypto-zoological mystery?
The legend of how Otmoor got its name features a Lady Godiva-esque women, a horse and an astonishing sheaf of oats .
St Mary's Church, Church Lane, North Leigh
Legends about St. Mary's Church at North Leigh include a love spell gone wrong, and the tomb of the hated Lord and Lady Wilcote that may carry a curse.
The popular belief that witches could turn themselves into animals is at the centre of this legend about a local Kirtlington woman.
Every year thousands make a pilgrimage to this well to sample the water which is believed to have miraculous healing properties.