Newbury - Cottington's Hill - general area
A local story tells of a witch who was shot at by Cromwellian troops - she caught the bullets in her hands. The woman was defeated after a soldier managed to slice open her forehead with his sword, robbing her of her power, before shooting her in the back of the head.
Newbury - Coombe Manor
Locals say that the singing comes from nuns, long since dead.
Newbury - Biggs Cottage, Endbourne
One guest spotted a phantom soldier walk across his bedroom. He was told that the figure was 'often' spotted.
Newbury - A34
The construction of the Newbury bypass disturbed a mass grave containing the remains of both Roundhead and Cavalier soldiers. The ghosts of these Civil War troops were reported soon after, manifesting as shadowy figures that vanished when approached.
Newbury - Huntsgreen Farm
Horace is said to be more playful than anything and will softly tug at sleeves or other pieces of loose clothing.
Reading - Watlington House
Dressed in his red uniform, smoking a pipe, Captain Edward looks out of the window onto the outside world.
Reading - Unknown house along Oxford Road
Mid twentieth century
Returning to her former home shortly after death, this ghost of an old lady took to haunting the kitchen of a house along this road.
Reading - Unknown house
The occupants of this unnamed property were awoken by various sounds at night, including the gasp of a dying person, groaning, and a shill shriek. Floorboards were pulled up to find a trapped animal, but nothing could be discovered. Visitors to the site also heard the noises.
Reading - Skies above Basingstoke Road, Whitley
14 April 2006
Three teenagers spotted a strange red glowing orb flying overhead as they were out walking.
Reading - Roebuck Hotel
This ghost can also be heard knocking on doors, and opening locked windows, much to the annoyance of the owners.
Reading - Prospect Street, house not known
Mid twentieth century
This ghost of a six year old girl was due to be exorcised, but the owners had a change of heart and called the event off.
Reading - Private house along Baker Street
12 November 1978
A young daughter found her mother burnt to death in the basement - some witnesses described the body as charred, while the room itself was barely touched.
Reading - Elm Park football ground
The (former) owner of Miss Ellie, a dead hamster which was buried on the goal line of this football ground, claimed that the animal's spirit had prevented Reading FC being relegated.
Remenham - Little Angel public house
Hanged for poisoning her father to prevent him from objecting to her marriage, Mary is sometimes seen around the pub where she fled.
Slough - Ditton Park Manor House
While under control of the MoD, the site had a spooky reputation. During the 1970s, a gardener watched a phantom funeral cortege dressed in eighteenth century clothing pass through the grounds in an area later found to have been a chapel. Guards were said to have refused to patrol certain areas of the building and dogs refuse to enter areas. A Jacobean-era man was said to emerge from a painting, and the driveway was haunted by a horse-drawn carriage.
Slough - Upton Court
Friday nights (reoccurring)
This girl, dressed in her nightdress, has been seen wandering the court covered in red stains, though it is unclear whether the blood is her own.
Slough - Meadfield Road
Two people sitting in a car watched a 'shadow' pass by and disappeared up the road. One of the witnesses, who lived nearby, believed it related to a presence in their own home, which creates cold spots and generates the benign sensation of searching for something.
Slough - Huntercombe Lane North
Over the three year period hundreds of golf balls have fallen from the sky and landed in resident's gardens along this road, though no golf course is near.
Sonning - The Mill theatre
Lady Philomere is said to have thrown herself into the nearby waters to end her life, and now haunts the theatre.
Sonning-on-Thames - Bridge
A young child is said to haunt this bridge. The story hit the headlines in September 2013 after a letterbox appeared in the centre buttress of the bridge.
South Moreton - Unknown barn in the area
William was a farmer who hanged himself in this barn. His ghost quickly returned and haunted the neighbourhood until exorcised many years later by a team of eleven clergymen. The men finally drove the entity into a pond, using a stake to hold it there.
Thatcham - Grimsbury Castle (hillfort)
In the nearby woodland, a golden calf is reputedly buried.
Tidmarsh - Stream near Tidmarsh Rectory
June (reoccurring), clear nights of the full moon - last seen 1880s?
The stream that ran close to this property was said to be haunted by a young boy who once drowned in its waters.
Tilehurst - Railway station waiting room
This ghost left the premises after a blessing from a couple of local clergymen. Popular belief is that he took his own life in the waiting room, and not that he was the first casualty of the mythical British Rail sandwich.
Wallingford - George Hotel
Room 3 was reportedly the home of a ghostly mistress of Charles I, who cried herself to death on hearing of his execution. Room 5 appears to be the haunt of two children, who stand by the wash basin.