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All Saint's Church, Easington

Originally dating from 1190AD, the Parish Church of All Saints is a Grade I listed building. The grave yard attached to the church was used up to 1883, after which a closure order was made. Read More »

Maldon East and Heybridge Railway Station

The impressive Maldon station was opened in 1848 by the Maldon, Witham & Braintree Railway Company and closed on 7 September 1964. Read More »

Brede Place

Originally dating from the 14th century, Brede Place is a Grade II listed building that was then rebuilt in the 15th century by Sir Robert Oxenbridge, father of Sir Goddard Oxenbridge, the Bede Giant. For a time the house was associated with smugglers and some haunt like stories were told to keep the locals away. Read More »

Brede Ogre

According to local legend, a child eating ogre in Brede Park was identified as the Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, Sir Goddard Oxenbridge of Brede Place. Said to have stood seven foot tall (most likely just over 5 foot), he was also known as the Brede Giant. Oxenbridge died on 10 February 1531 and his tomb (constructed in 1537) can be found in the Parish Church of St George in Brede. Read More »

The Bell Inn, Thorpe-le-Soken

Dating from the 16th century and originally thought to have been a Guild Hall confiscated by King Henry VIII, the Bell Inn is a Grade I listed building with a reputation of being haunted. The following description was published on 13 October 2014 in the Essex Chronicle within an article by Emily Talbut entitled ‘The 14 most haunted places in Essex to visit this Hallowe'en’. Read More »

Parish Church of St Nicholas, Canewdon

The Parish Church of St Nicholas in Canewdon dates from the 14th century and according to tradition and local legend, has associations with ghosts, witchcraft and the Devil. The following description of Canewdon was published on 13 October 2014 in the Essex Chronicle within an article by Emily Talbut entitled ‘The 14 most haunted places in Essex to visit this Hallowe'en’ Read More »

Chelmsford’s Civic Theatre

The Civic Theatre in Chelmsford which hosted its first production on 3 September 1962 is reputedly haunted. The following description was published on 13 October 2014 in the Essex Chronicle within an article by Emily Talbut entitled ‘The 14 most haunted places in Essex to visit this Hallowe'en’. Read More »

Mistley Village Pond

The following extract is from an article by Emily Talbut entitled ‘The 14 most haunted places in Essex to visit this Hallowe'en’ which was published on 13 October 2014 in the Essex Chronicle. Read More »

Drury Lane, Houghton Regis

According to an article entitled ‘It's rush hour for ghosts on our roads!’ which was published in Luton Today on 5 November 2007. ‘Drury Lane, Houghton Regis, is said to be the haunt of a young, barefoot girl wearing a thin, white party dress. Read More »

Buttercup Lane, Dunstable

According to an article entitled ‘It's rush hour for ghosts on our roads!’ which was published in Luton Today on 5 November 2007. ‘Buttercup Lane, in Dunstable, is the scene of reported sightings of a mysterious figure, almost 10ft tall and floating about 18 inches off the ground. Read More »

Sundon Road, Houghton Regis

According to an article entitled ‘It's rush hour for ghosts on our roads!’ which was published in Luton Today on 5 November 2007. ‘In Sundon Road, Houghton Regis, a dark-clad figure is said to have been seen and felt by road users. Read More »

A5 Markyate and Dunstable

According to an article entitled ‘It's rush hour for ghosts on our roads!’ which was published in Luton Today on 5 November 2007. ‘Unexplained sightings are said to include the lost spirits of two cricketers, who wander along the A5 between Markyate and Dunstable, towards the Packhorse pub. Read More »

Priory Methodist Church, Bedford

The Priory Methodist Church on Newnham Avenue opened on 5 June 1969 and replaced both a small church that had been on the site since 1953 (before that there was a tin mission hut dating from 1940) and the 18th century St Paul’s Methodist Church on Harpur Street. At some point it is said an apparition was witnessed here. Read More »

Britannia House, Luton

On 8 June 2005 the following story relating to a haunt like experience at Britannia House appeared in the Luton News. It was entitled ‘Have you seen the ghost of Britannia Estates?’.

Rumours that Luton's Britannia House is haunted have caused a stir among those who work there, with one even refusing to work after dark. Read More »

The Old George Hotel, Silsoe

The Old George which probably dates from the 18th century (and largely rebuilt in the 19th century), is associated with a Grey Lady, which is locally identified as the ghost of Lady Elizabeth Grey of Wrest Park. The story goes that Elizabeth fell in love with a coachman, much to her father’s disapproval. In order to protect her lover from her father she hid him at The George. Read More »

The Kings Arms, Bedford

The Kings Arms, which has a reputation of being haunted can be found at 24 St Mary’s Street in Bedford. According to the following extract taken from an article by Andrew Watt entitled ‘15 ghost sightings in Bedford’ [Bedfordshire on Sunday (10 March 2015)]. Read More »

Ram Yard, Bedford

The following extract is taken from an article by Andrew Watt entitled ‘15 ghost sightings in Bedford’, which was published in Bedfordshire on Sunday (10 March 2015). ‘On the 30th September 1999, a woman awoke to find her dead grandmother sitting by her bed. Read More »

Allhallows, Bedford

The following extract is taken from an article by Andrew Watt entitled ‘15 ghost sightings in Bedford’, which was published in Bedfordshire on Sunday (10 March 2015). ‘In 1979 in Allhallows, near to the Midland Bank (now HSBC)*, shoppers were surprised to see a mediæval friar in his hooded gown calmly walking down the street meditating on his rosary. Read More »

The Sisters House, Bedford

The Sister’s house dates from the 1750’s and one of three buildings on St Peter’s Street built by members of the Unitas Fratum (Moravian Church) who came in Bedford as refugees in 1742. The three buildings consisted of their church and then a separate house for the single brothers and single sisters. The Sisters House can be found at 24 St Peter’s Street. Read More »

The Fox and Hounds, Riseley

According to the following article entitled ‘The other spirits found in your local’ was published in the Bedfordshire on Sunday, 23 June 2013. ‘The Fox and Hounds in Riseley is said to be haunted by a nurse, who was knocked over by a vehicle and brought inside where Read More »

The Oakley Arms, Harrold

According to the following article entitled ‘The other spirits found in your local’ which was published in Bedfordshire on Sunday, 23 June 2013. ‘The Oakley Arms in Harrold has been investigated by The Phantom Society, who claim that the pub is haunted by former landl Read More »

The Chequers Public Inn, Wootton

Dating from the 17th century, The Chequers Inn in Wootton has a reputation of being haunted. The Bedfordshire local government website refers to an article published in 2000 in the Charles Wells Ltd in house magazine called Pint Pot (WL722/100). Read More »

Gladstone Street

'Another possible Black Tom sighting took place nearby in a private residence along Gladstone Street in the mid 1980's. This time, a man awoke to find what he thought was an intruder in his bedroom. Read More »

Cineworld, Bedford

According to the following article extract from Andrew Watt’s ‘15 ghost sightings in Bedford’ (Bedfordshire on Sunday, 10 March 2015). Read More »

Black Tom, Tavistock Street, Union Street and Clapham Road Junction

According to Andrew Watt’s article entitled ‘15 ghost sightings in Bedford’, which was published in Bedfordshire on Sunday (10 March 2015). ‘This junction of Tavistock Street, Union Street and Clapham Road was the location of the Read More »



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