Crowthorne - Railway line between Crowthorne and Wokingham
Several train drivers have reportedly hit something on the track while travelling at speed. Expecting to find pieces of body, when investigated, there is nothing there...
Curridge - Passageway behind the Women's Institute Hall
A sixty centimetre tall, long necked creature was seen by Don Prater as he walked his dog. He described the creature as being dark or grey in colour, having a head like a deer, a neck similar to a swan and a bushy tail. The picture he sketched of the creature resembled an alpaca, although all local alpacas were accounted for.
A ghostly woman in white.
Darchet - Old Monastery between Darchet and Old Windsor
A woman bathed in dazzling white was seen close to these ruins. A myth says that a golden carriage is buried somewhere nearby.
Datchet - High Street and area around old Datchet Bridge (demolished 1848)
A story states that a coach containing many partygoers and pulled by horses came off the old bridge and ell into the river during the early nineteenth century. All the partygoers drowned. The ghostly coach may have been seen twice during the 1960s, while in 2014, three people on a boat heard galloping and partying which ended suddenly with screams and splashing. The witnesses investigated the area but were unable to find anything.
Datchet - The Royal Stag
Unknown Ghost Type
Last seen February 2000?
Belonging to a small child who froze to death outside the pub, a handprint appears on the outside of a window when it becomes covered in ice. A tour guide reported seeing the hand along with fifty three other people.
Englefield - Englefield House
Powlett, a former owner of the house, was said to haunt the building and a tunnel, which is now bricked up.
Eton - Cockpit Restaurant
A petite lady in grey was said to haunt this building.
An old postcard of Eton College.
Eton - Eton College - Lupton's Tower and the Cloisters
Shore, who manifests as a grey lady, is said to haunt the tower where she died in 1526.
Eton - Private residence, High Street
This home was shared with a little elderly man dressed in brown. He is thought to be a former doctor and has been described as non-threatening.
Eton - Private residence, High Street
Hester would be heard to walk around her old bedroom and down the staircase, where her rustling skirt could also be detected. The ghost would also bang doors closed, though her old bedroom door would always open itself.
Eton - Road leading to Windsor
December 2002, around 19:30h
While travelling from Eton to Windsor, a delivery driver turned down a dark trafficless road and was overwhelmed by fear, which slowly became absolute terror. The feeling receded when the driver reached a roundabout and was able to turn off.
Eton - Thomas's Hairdressers
The ghost of a young man who committed suicide is said to haunt part of this hairdressers.
Eton - Three Tuns Inn
As well as the unsurprising poltergeist experiences, one member of the cleaning staff encountered a normal looking man in modern clothing in at bar - he faded away shortly after being spotted.
A ghostly policeman returns.
Eton - Waterworks, Tangier Island
Second World War
The local policeman would stop and share a cup of tea with the night watchman every night. However, for two consecutive nights, the watchman heard the policeman arrive on his bike and walk towards the office, but the officer did not actually appear. The watchman mentioned this to a co-worker the following day, who informed him the policeman had died a couple of nights previous.
Faringdon - All Saint's Church
Pye lost his head in a naval battle before being buried here - his shade has been seen both in the church and churchyard cradling the missing object. Another version of the tale claims the headless entity is one of the Unton family who lost his head during the Civil War.
Faringdon - Oriel Cottage
This entity apparently made itself visible to a group of twenty or so witnesses while out on a vigil. The presence was exorcised, as the matriarch of the family living there was afraid of having a breakdown.
Farnham Common - Crown Inn public house
A former Edwardian landlord was blamed when furniture moved across the floor at night, items fell from walls, and a fire broke out. The building was exorcised on 18 March 2008.
Finchampstead - Holy Well
Saint Oswald is said to have spent time at this well, which was said to flow with blood during times of national crisis.
Finchampstead - Queen's Oak public house
A phantom elderly woman is said to sit by the bar, always on the same stall.
Ginge - Manor House
Unknown Ghost Type
Unknown (possibly never)
Fondly called Butt or Tubb by the first Lord Ernle, legend said that the resident ghost was a brother killed in a fight. Lord Ernle had a dream about two men fighting, but never saw the ghost.
The ghost of Wild William Darrell.
Great Shefford - Road passing Shefford Forest
The phantom of Wild Darrell will never be at peace - here he is said to lurk with his neck grotesquely twisted.
Hampstead Norreys - Churchyard
This figure has been observed drifting amongst the gravestones.
Hamstead Marshall - Morewood House
Still active in twentieth century
A curse placed on the Craven family by a pregnant servant girl kicked out of the household states that no earl will survive beyond their fifty-eighth year. The family sold the house to try to rid them of the ill fortune during the late twentieth century.
Hare Hatch - Unnamed Georgian House
A woman staying at in a spare room on the ground floor walked into the room and found herself looking upon a dinner party, the attendees wearing Edwardian attire. The diners looked at the woman in surprise, and then vanished. She was later told that the spare room was once part of the dining room. A phantom man in riding gear has also been observe din the same room.
An old woodcut of a rather fat pig.
Hoe Benham - General area of village
This village was the haunt for several years of a large phantom pig, said to contain the spirit of a local farmer who took his own life. A handful of people have also reported other ghostly creatures, including a sheep and a flying 'white thing'.