Edith Weston - Unnamed house in the village
This home was subjected to loud knocks - the newspapers stated that 'persons of all ranks of society' had investigated and could not find an explanation for the sounds. On one occasion, witnesses heard knocking from a freshly varnished door, but no marks could be found.
An old painting of Exton Hall.
Exton - Exton Hall
The decaying hall is one of several sites which is supposedly the site of the legend of the Mistletoe Bough - a bride who died on her wedding day after being locked in a chest during a game of hide and seek was found many years later in skeletal form.
North Luffenham - North Luffenham Hall
Although not seen for over fifty years, it was said that Digby, a member of the Gunpowder Plot would return home once a year.
Pilton - Former rectory
This grey ghost would be seen gazing from a window in the building, and occasionally banging to remind people of his presence.
Stoke Dry - Area around the church
This woman haunts the place where she was held against her will; denied food and water, it was not too long before she died.
A ghostly dog.
Stretton - Stocken Hall Farm (now part of an open prison?)
Early twentieth century
This pallid mutt was seen by many people on the site who would try to interact with it, only realising it was a ghost when it vanished before they could touch it. The building was also home to a woman in black who would be seen moving quickly down a corridor, and a ghostly hanging body that dangled from a tree on the grounds.