Gallows Hill, Ivinghoe
Gallows Hill stands 615 feet above sea level and it is thought to have the remains of a Bronze Age barrow on it, bones from which were discovered in the 19th century. At one post medieval time the hill is said to have mounted a gallows from which it gets its name. It is from this time that the story of its haunting is thought to derive from. It is said that the sounds of ghostly timbers groaning and creaking have been heard on Gallows Hill and the apparition of figure in grey clothes seen.