Meeting House Lane, Witney
"I shall kill Ann Merrick tonight or tomorrow night. And there's another down the street I'd like to serve the same. My sister!"
This Neolithic monument stands at the intersection of two lay lines. The largest stone is believed to walk to the pub on Midsummer's eve for a drink.
Dean, near Spelsbury
It is believed that the cleft at the top of this standing stone was made by the chains of the witches who were chained to the stone to be burned.
St Mary's Church, Church Street, Chipping Norton
Vicar Henry Joyes was hanged in chains from Chipping Norton church tower for his part in the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Rising of 1549.
Wychwood Forest, West Oxfordshire
"My neck is but very short now, perhaps it may be longer at midsummer!" - William James, who was hanged for the murder of gamekeeper James Millen in 1824.
Supernatural events hounded blacksmith Thomas Hall and his wife Ann, including the sound of a cock loudly crowing, smashing crockery and gunshots.
Wilcote, North Leigh, West Oxfordshire
The ghosts of the wicked Lord and Lady Wilcote are said to haunt the church and surrounding lanes around Wilcote.
Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
The Neolithic henge and stone circle at Stanton Harcourt is said to be the result of a wager between the Devil and a beggar.
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.