Bletchley - RAF Bletchley
1950s (trolley lady), 2008 disembodied voice heard
Throughout the 1950s, patients would report a ghostly woman in a green apron pushing a trolley through the sick quarters, disappearing through a door. In 2008, during a visit to Bletchley Park, four visitors sitting in a car heard a disembodied voice giving instructions to fill in log sheets.
A phantom woman in red.
Bolter End - Areas around Park Lane, Hanover Hill and Wheelerend Common
Wearing a red coat, this phantom is thought to be a local girl named Anna, who died ten days before her wedding day in 1766. Her ghost was said to be quite common during the mid-nineteenth century, though sightings died down until she was seen again during the 1950s and 1960s.
Bradwell - Former Abbey
1960s and 1970s
It was reported that monks would be sighted in a spinney by a large carp pond.
Buckingham - Castle House
The body of the priest was found in a concealed priest hole early in the twentieth century - it was thought to be around four hundred years old. Since then, the phantom image of a holy man has been seen walking the building.
Buckingham - Old Market House, High Street (currently a restaurant)
This building is haunted by a tall female Quaker wearing a black dress with high collar. She is more likely to be encountered in the upper parts of the building, though has been known to tap men on the shoulder while they stand in the men's toilets.
Butler's Cross - Woodland close to Coombe Hill Monument
02 September 2020
A witness walking their dog spotted a young woman in Edwardian clothing glide left to right across a path before vanishing from view. A few weeks previous the same witness had seen a similar woman with a child, both dressed all in white, walking along a parallel path. They had vanished before the two paths intersected.
Chalfont St Peter - Amersham Road and Greyhound Inn
Weather Dependent: Misty nights
An old fashioned stagecoach pulled by a team of ghostly horses passes along this road and vanishes as it pulls up at the Greyhound Inn.
Chalfont St Peter - White Hart public house
A former landlord can sometimes be heard playing the violin, deep within the heart of the building. Phantom footfalls have also been reported.
Chenies - Chenies Manor House
Heavy footsteps have been reported in various parts of this house, as have softer sounds that resemble someone moving with an injured leg. The door leading to a secret room is opened and closed by an unseen hand.
Chesham - Country lane close to the rail station
Occupiers of a van travelling at fifty miles per hour along this road encountered a tall man dressed in brown old fashioned clothing who ran out from a slip road and continued to travel down the central reservation, moving faster than the witnesses.
Chesham - Pednor Bottom
Within the space of a week, two motorcyclists reported a strange figure dressed in black who leapt from a gate into their path, only to vanish on impact.
Chesham - Rail station
A member of staff in the toilets kicked a cubical door to check whether it was locked - it was, but no one was inside. As the staff member went to leave the room, there was a loud 'kick' from inside the cubical.
Cholesbury - Iron Age hillfort
These phantom animals, said to be small in stature, have been heard fighting and snorting on this ancient site.
Cippenham - Area near Burnham Abbey Farm
The spirit of this murderer is condemned to walk the area near his crime.
Cliveden - Cliveden Canadian War Memorial Hospital (no longer standing)
Dates unknown, but was most common on Mondays
Several shades were said to haunt this building, including a one legged soldier who roamed the north end of the main corridor (the ghost made babies cry if he appeared in the maternity ward), and an entity known as 'The Flincher' who had been seen in the southern part of the hospital. This ghost had chased people out of the building with a crash and a loud shriek.
Cryers Hill - Four Ashes Lane, outside the local crematorium
This strange looking figure has been observed twice on different occasions - both reports described the entity as having no hands and being dressed in green, though while one witness said the figure had a green face and stood just over five foot high, the other stated it had no head at all and was seven feet tall.
Dinton - Folly close to A-road
Mayne, said to have been King Charles I's executioner, spent the last years of his life in a cave in this area after being stripped of his property and funds. His ghost is said to haunt the folly, even though it was constructed many years after his death.
Drayton Parslow - Road running by church
26 September 2019, around 23.15h
As a driver came around the bend into the village, they spotted a person, around six foot tall and dressed in a full habit with a cowl covering the head. The habit was a sandy brown colour. The driver was moving quite slowly, and as they watched the figure walked away from their car on the path outside of the church, it literally disappeared. Up until that point, the figure had appeared quite solid and was walking with intention.
Ellesborough - Church
On several occasions during the twentieth century, a tall man in medieval dress was spotted in the church.
Ellesborough - Church of St Peter and St Paul
Dressed in medieval clothing, this tall ghost has reportedly been observed by several of the church attendees.
Fenny Stratford - Old Bull public house
A former landlord who would enter the cellar and find barrels and other stored items moved around decided to sprinkle powder across the floor - the barrels continued to be moved, but no footsteps were left.
A dog-like creature standing in shade.
Fingest - Road between Fingest and Skirmett
A large black dog-like animal was once said to stand under a tree along this road, snarling at travellers.
Fingest - St Bartholomew's Church
Gate still stands
It is said to be a guarantee of a successful marriage if the bridegroom carries his new wife over the locked church gate.
Fingest - Woods around the town
Bishop Burghersh (or Burgwash) was condemned by his God to haunt the forest for stealing land from the local peasants.
Fulmer - Ford running through the village
Heard near the ford, several people have reported the clip clop of hooves and the grind of an old cart.