New College, Holywell Street, Oxford
New College is said to be haunted by the ghost of Reverend William Archibald Spooner, about whom the term 'Spoonerism' was coined.
Trinity College, Broad Street, Oxford
Kettell Hall is reportedly haunted by the ghosts of twins who were scholars at the college in the early 20th century.
Queens College, High Street, Oxford
The ghost of the eccentric Cuthbert Shields is believed to have been released into the library at Queen's College after a box of his papers was opened in 1950.
Jesus College, Turl Street, Oxford
An unusual digging ghost was reportedly witnessed at Jesus College in 1947. It is believed to be connected to a Civil War legend.
Castle Yard, New Street, Oxford
Execution by hanging in the 17th Century was often a messy and imprecise business, but rarely so much as in the failed hanging of Anne Greene in 1650.
Exeter College, Turl Street, Oxford
A headless ghost, a broken statue and a meeting of 'The Unbelievers Club' sets the scene for this creepy college tale.
Magdalen College, High Street, Oxford
The ghosts believed to haunt Magdalen College include that Oscar Wilde, Jesuit martyr George Napier and a selection of monks, some headless!
Oxford Castle, New Road, Oxford
The 'Black Assize' was the name given to the assize courts held at Oxford in 1577, during which at least 300 people died of an unknown illness.
Broad Street, Oxford
An iron cross marks the spot where three bishops were burned at the stake in 1555 and 1556 for refusing to convert to Catholicism.