The legend of how Otmoor got its name features a Lady Godiva-esque women, a horse and an astonishing sheaf of oats .
The popular belief that witches could turn themselves into animals is at the centre of this legend about a local Kirtlington woman.
The Manor Country House Hotel, Weston on the Green
The ghost of a nun known as Maude is supposed to make her presence known to guests staying in 'The Oak Room' at Weston Manor House, the property now known as The Manor Country House Hotel.
The Holt Hotel, Hopcrofts Holt, Steeple Aston
The ghost of the famous 17th century highwayman Claude Duval is said to haunt the Holt Hotel. And if you are female, watch out! Even in death Duval is said to have an eye for the ladies!
The Old Vicarage, Deddington, Oxfordshire
The Old Vicarage is said to be haunted by the ghost of Revd Maurice Frost, who died there in 1962. Be warned, Frost's ghost does not like visitors!
The village of Hempton is said to be haunted by a man riding a horse. Cyclists also report being pushed off their bicycles by unseen hands.
Eastleigh House, New Street, Deddington, Oxfordshire
In 1917 two young boys tragically drowned at a nearby mill pond. Their home is said to be haunted by the sound of their grieving mother weeping.
The Paddocks, Hempton Road, Deddington
A coaching inn once stood on this site. The area is haunted by the ghost of groom who died after being kicked by a horse in the late 18th century.