West St Helen Street, Abingdon
In May 1891, Abingdon was troubled by a poltergeist who persistently threw objects through windows in the vicinity of West St Helen Street.
The White Hart Inn, Grove Street, Wantage
During the Wantage Fair of 1833, the body of the landlady of the White Hart Inn was found, her head severed by a single blow.
River Thames near Kennington
When Charles Andrews drowned in the Thames near Kennington it sparked an inter-county argument over who was responsible for his body.
On 5 April 1939 Pilot Officer paid the ultimate price for his inadequate flight suit during bombing practice over Abingdon Airfield.
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Ashbury
It is believed that the village of Ashbury was built on the site of an ancient stone circle, as is evidenced by the sarsen stones scattered around the village.
Cuckhamsley Hill, Harwell
Standing high on the Ridgeway, the hill known as Scutchamer Knob is a location with more than a few myths and legends.
The Old Gaol, Bridge Street, Abingdon-on-Thames
An 8 year-old boy hanged in 1629 could be the cause of the hauntings reported at the Old Gaol in Abingdon.
Wayland's Smithy, The Ridgeway, Ashbury
If you leave a coin and your horse at Wayland's Smithy overnight, in the morning your coin will be gone and your horse will have new shoes.
Arnold's Way, Botley, Oxford
Arnold's Way in Botley is said to be haunted by the ghost of a man who murdered his wife with an axe