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Kenton Theatre

A Poltergeist at the Kenton Theatre

Kenton Theatre, New Street, Henley-on-Thames

Does the ghost of Victorian murder Mary Blandy haunt this 200 year-old theatre?

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The Bull Inn, Henley-on-Thames

Cowled Figure at the Bull Inn

The Bull Inn, Bell Street, Henley-on-Thames

Guests have reported being woken by the figure of a cowled woman leaning over their bed when staying at this 16th century inn.

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The Crown Inn, Pishall

Sticky End of Father Dominique

The Crown Inn, Pishill, Henley-on-Thames

The ghost of a catholic priest who may have been seduced by a beautiful young woman is one of the ghosts said to haunt the The Crown Inn at Pishall.

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Stonor House

Spooks at Stonor Park

Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames

Stonor House is built on the site of a prehistoric stone circle or henge, so it is perhaps unsurprising that the house is the location of a number of supernatural occurrences.

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Witheridge Hill

Ghost of a Brooding Woman

Witheridge Hill, Highmoor Cross, Henley-on-Thames.

A ghost is said to haunt a woodland path near Witheridge Hill. The apparition is of a woman sitting brooding on a stone wall.

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Ipsden House

Ghost of John Thurlow Reade

Ipsden House, Ipsden

Despite dying in India in 1857, John Thurlow Reade's ghost is said to have appeared to his mother in Ipsden at the exact time of his death.

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The Courtiers, Clifton Hampden

Sarah Fletcher's Ghost

Courtiers, Watery Lane, Clifton Hampden

This house is haunted by the ghost of a woman who killed herself after discovering her husband intend to bigamously marry another woman.

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A Tudor Lady at Rycote Chapel

Rycote Chapel, Great Haseley, Thame

Rycote Chapel is believed to be haunted by a ghost known as the Grey lady who is seen walking outside the chapel and standing by a nearby yew tree.

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The Birdcage Inn, Thame

Haunting at the Birdcage Inn

The Birdcage Inn, Cornmarket Street, Thame

Ghostly footsteps heard at the Birdcage Inn are believed to be those of a leper who was stoned to death at the property, or those of a French soldier who was kept prisoner in the cellar during the Napoleonic wars.

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