Ilmington (Warwickshire) - Roads of village, particularly Pig Lane
Varies: 24 December and 01 January the pack hunt, date of coach unknown
This spectral vehicle runs along the roads, before suddenly veering off and vanishing across local fields. This may be related to the ghostly hunt pack seen in the area, led by a man killed by his hounds.
Madingley (Cambridgeshire) - Madingley Hall
Varies: 24 December Lady Ursula seen. Party reported in September 1963
One witness claimed to have heard a ghostly party, followed by the sighting of a stuffy young man, whose face resembled that of a skeleton. Others have also reported similar occurrences, describing the man as having a decaying green face. Lady Ursula Hynde also returns to the hall once a year, upset at her son's actions - he pulled down a church, and used the wood to finish construction of Madingley Hall.
Manchester (Greater Manchester) - Fairfield Railway Station, Audenshaw
Varies: Autumn and winter (reoccurring)
Said to appear around sunset and visible from Booth Road, an old-looking green train with several carriages vanishes if anyone moves too close. A tunnel that has been filled in is said to be home to a disembodied voice that calls out the name Mary.
An old postcard of Rochester Castle.
Rochester (Kent) - Castle
Varies: Blanche on Good Friday or 04 April, Dickens on 24 December (reoccurring)
A bystander in a battle for the castle, the Lady Blanche was killed when an arrow entered her heart - her shade has been observed still staggering with the shaft protruding from her chest. It is also believed that Charles Dickens's ghost haunts the moat; he has been seen both here and at the Corn Exchange clock.
Broadhempston (Devon) - Church House Inn
Varies: Christmas and Easter (reoccurring)
Once a cottage for monks, the sweet smell is thought to come from the long dead monks celebrating their festivals.
Prestbury (Gloucestershire) - Church and churchyard
Varies: Christmas and Easter (reoccurring)
Maintaining the same route every year, this ghost materialises in the church before crossing the churchyard and disappearing through a wall in the High Street. It was photographed in 1990 by a Mr Stafford.
Harreitsham (Kent) - Ringlestone Tavern
Varies: Summer & Winter (reoccurring)
The sounds of someone stomping on the cellar steps have been heard, stopping just prior to reaching the top.
Outer London: Enfield (Greater London) - Bell Lane, Enfield
Varies: weeks leading up to Christmas (reoccurring), last seen November 1961
A popular local story tells of the Phantom Coach of Enfield, flying two metres off the ground where the road once lay. Seen a couple of times in the twentieth century, the ghostly passengers are said to be quite clear and distinct. A 14 year old boy cycling close to Albany Park School claimed to have passed through the apparition.
Faversham (Kent) - Shipwrights Arms public house
Weather Dependent: Cold winter nights
Having died in a shipping accident, the phantom sailor now appears on icy nights. His favourite trick is to open the front door and walk in, only to disappear moments later, leaving only a strange, disconcerting odour.
Farnham (Surrey) - West Street
Weather Dependent: Wet winter nights
Limping, this OAP runs by witnesses at a rate of knots and disappears into the doorway of a house along the street. The same street is also haunted by a black dog which performs a similar action to that of the old woman.
A ghostly black dog in the snow.
Dublin (County Dublin) - Cabra district
The otherworldly black hound which stalks the area is said to be the ghost of Lord Norbury, a harsh judge renowned for his overuse of the hangman's noose.
Dublin (County Dublin) - Roper's Rest, leading to Love Lane
This decapitated figure rides along the road once darkness falls.
Overwater (Cumbria) - Overwater Tarn
The severed arm of a Jamaican woman (see Ireby - Overwater Hotel, for more information) is said to prevent ice forming on the tarn. As the temperature drops, the arm punches upwards and breaks apart any frozen water.
Shap (Cumbria) - General area
A large man on horseback seen galloping around on winter nights is said to be Uther Pendragon, though his motivation for being here is unclear.
Chesterfield (Derbyshire) - North Wingfield Church
It said that apparitions are occasionally seen carrying young children in their arms.
Pentreuchaf (Gwynedd) - Road in the area
Both young and smart in appearance, this male walks along the middle of the road, causing oncoming traffic to stop before he vanishes into thin air.
A loch in Scotland.
Lochs in Scotland (various districts) (Highland) - No exact location given
Legend - Old Nick
During the winter months, when the Devil visits Scotland, the wheels on his coach leave visible marks across frozen Lochs.
Shepley (Yorkshire) - Roads around the Shepley War Memorial
Appearing at night, this phantom coach pulled by four horses would move at breakneck speed along the roads in and around the village.
A phantom lady in blue.
Rothley (Leicestershire) - Railway Station
Winter (woman in blue) (reoccurring), last seen 2000s, & porter seen early 1980s
A ghostly porter was spotted at the station by a member of the public returning from a party at 2am one Sunday morning. The building is also home to a ghostly dog and its owner (they were killed on the line a short distance away prior to the start of the Second World War), and a phantom woman in blue who appears in the waiting room.
Outer London: Uxbridge (Greater London) - Ickenham Station
Winter evenings (reoccurring), 1950s onwards
This ghostly figure stands at the end of the platform, close to where she fell and was electrocuted. She sometimes waves to attract attention before vanishing.
Penrith (Cumbria) - Gibbet Hill (aka Beacon Hill), six kilometres outside of Penrith (gibbet marked by a stone)
Winter nights (reoccurring)
Hanged for the murder of his godfather, Nicholson's body was left dangling throughout the winter of 1766/1767 as a deterrent to others... Some say it still makes an appearance during harsh winters, his skeletal remains hanging from a gibbet.
Castle Coombe (Wiltshire) - Parsonage Wood
Unknown Ghost Type
Winter nights (reoccurring)
The phantom ranting of a small crowd has been heard in the forest after dark - those who continue to listen have reported a piercing scream that finally lays quiet the voices.
Stainton (Cumbria) - Baron's Hill (local name?)
Winter nights (reoccurring), but last seen nineteenth century?
A baron who took over the land on which a monastery stood had the building dismantled and the stones used to construct his manor house. He was cursed by monk, however, and fell off his horse and broke his neck before the house was finished. His shade still rides around the neighbourhood.
Barkston (Lincolnshire) - Barkston Junction Station
Maybe protesting about the automated signals, this ghost has been seen crossing the track in front of incoming trains and climbing to check the obsolete signals.