Middleton (Greater Manchester) - St Leonard's Church
01 November (All Souls' Day) (Reoccurring)
The souls of all those who will die by the following All Souls' Day walk through the church at midnight. A former member of the clergy is also reported to haunt the church, though his appearance is not date related.
Halstock (Dorset) - Judith Hill (aka Abbots Hill), and area near the Quiet Woman Inn (now a guest house)
01 November, 01:00h (reoccurring)
The headless phantom of Saint Juthware is reported to walk towards the church with her head in her hands. She was beheaded by her step-brother, tricked into doing so by his mother. The inn was also haunted by a female shadow which vanished as soon as it was seen.
N17 (Greater London) - Bruce Castle, Tottenham
03 November (Coleraine seen) (reoccurring), party seen in 1971
The Lady Coleraine is seen once a year, screaming as she jumps from a balcony trying to escape the possessive nature of her husband. A couple walking past one night witnessed a party occurring on site, complete with people dressed in eighteenth century garb - they realised something was strange, as there was no sound, and the figures appeared to glide...
Shebbear (Devon) - Devil's Boulder
Legend - Old Nick
05 November (reoccurring)
Once a year the villagers turn a large stone over that stands by an oak. It is said that if they fail to do so, disaster and ill-fortune will strike the region - one legend says the last time the village forgot to rotate the stone was just before the Second World War began. Some believe the Devil himself is trapped under the stone.
Melbury Bubb (Dorset) - Dirt track along Bubdown Hill, known as Murderers Lane?
10 November (reoccurring)
Mr Baker was a farmer murdered on the hill in 1694. His ghost returns on the anniversary of the crime, possibly driving a horse and carriage.
Horley (Surrey) - Thunderfield Castle and Haroldslea Drive area
11 November (reoccurring)
A phantom bell begins to toll as the sun sets here, slowly growing louder until midnight comes and a small army of men pass through the area. The castle is said to have been a resting place for King Harold's men as they marched to Hastings.
Outer London: Stanmore (Greater London) - Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
13 November (reoccurring), although could have last been seen 30 November 2009
Built on the site of a nunnery, the hospital is now visited by a gliding figure that is thought to come from the former building.
Pyecombe (Sussex) - General area of village
23 November (St Clement's night) (reoccurring)
Cries for help are said to come from the area where the village smith was once based.
Leigh (Hereford & Worcester) - Road passing through village, leading to river
24 November, St Catherine's Eve (reoccurring)
Long since exorcised, the phantom of Old Coles would drive his coach through the village and use the local river to cool his horses.
Kilkenny (County Kilkenny) - Foulksrath Castle
29 November (reoccurring)
A guard at the castle once fell asleep while on duty and was thrown from the battlements by his superior officer as punishment. Once a year, his footsteps are heard as he walks around to make amends for his inappropriate actions. A ghostly woman can also be heard as she moves around on a staircase, accompanied by the smell of wildflowers.
Romford (Essex) - Old Church Road
30 November (St Andrew's Day (reoccurring))
After the church sank into the ground, the only 'evidence' of its existence is the phantom ringing of the bells.
Bedworth (Warwickshire) - Newdigate Pit (no longer operational)
November (normally) (reoccurring), 1930s onwards
The ghost of a former miner who died when the cable of a lift snapped, sending him falling to his death, 'Cloth Cap' was occasionally spotted down the mine. One witness spotted the miner wearing a long black coat with the collar raised.
Marham (Norfolk) - Vinegar Hill
The sister would pay men to pretend to rob travellers, before 'saving' them, and receiving rewards that she used to pamper herself. She was reported by a group of monks and was subsequently bricked up alive behind a wall. She now walks the hill, gliding silently along.
Whitestone (Warwickshire) - Private house along Gypsy Lane
A former owner of a house along here, Mr Goddard returned after his garden was split in half and a new property built on the site. He makes his presence known by opening locked doors, moving items around rooms, and shorting out electrical items.
Youlgreave (Derbyshire) - Youlgreave Hall
November (unknown night) (reoccurring)
Once a year a ghostly Cavalier and a phantom Roundhead meet and fight. It is not known who wins.
Dilton Marsh (Wiltshire) - High Street
October / November (reoccurring)
Wearing long black leather boots and coat with a wide brimmed hat, this phantom man is said to swagger towards the Prince of Wales pub but vanishes just prior to arriving.
Beenham (Berkshire) - Private residence
October and November (reoccurring)
One resident reported that around this time of year strange things would happen - wind chimes in the bathroom would be vigorously shaken, lights flick on, and a young man has been spotted in a former bedroom.
Rochester (Kent) - Cooper's Arms public house, St Margaret's Street
Once a year in November, late at night (reoccurring)
Bricked up alive for a long forgotten sin, this misty monk emerges from the wall behind the bar in this ancient building that once was a priory.
An old postcard of Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court (Surrey) - Hampton Court Palace
Varies: 12 October (reoccurring), 4 November (reoccurring), and other (see text)
Jane Seymour returns every 12 October (the date she gave birth to her son), while Anne Boleyn, dressed in blue, is said to walk the passageways of the palace. A silently screaming Catherine Howard has been watched moving towards the chapel (on 4 November), where she begged Henry VIII to save her life. Howard's disembodied hand was spotted and sketched by an artist working in Guard Watching Chamber in 1900. A photograph taken in December 2003 reportedly showing a ghostly hooded figure opening a fire escape has been dismissed as a hoax.
Somerleyton (Norfolk) - Exact location not known
Varies: 17 July & 19 November (Reoccurring)
Somerleyton was once the hunting area of a giant, who is said to briefly appear on the evening of 17 July. The giant once stumbled across a plot to murder him, so struck first and killed the would-be assassin. The assassin's blood is said to rain down from the sky on 19 November.
Warminster (Wiltshire) - Cley Hill
Varies: 31 October & 02 November (reoccurring)
Several witnesses have reported seeing large burning fires on the hills, with figures dancing around them, talking and singing loudly in an unrecognised language. When investigated, there is never any evidence of the fire or figures. A legend says the hill was created by the Devil, who threw down a pile of dirt on the spot after being led to believe that it would take him several years to reach Devizes.
Stockton (Warwickshire) - Blue Lias public house
Varies: between March and November (reoccurring)
Seen walking through the pub after opening hours, this red headed male is thought to have been killed long ago when he was discovered in bed with another man's wife.
Loch Monar (Highland) - Waters of the loch
Varies: first Mondays of February, May, August and November
If entered on certain days of the year, the waters of this Loch would heal the sick on the proviso that the Loch was entered three times at midnight and the water then sipped, before a coin was thrown in. The sick would then have to leave the site before the sun came up.
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.
Marston Moor (Yorkshire) - General area
Weather dependent: Foggy nights. Last seen November 1932
Seen crossing the road in front of a car, these figures looked ragged and battle weary, dressed in clothing that matched that of the 1644 Battle of Marston Moor. Local reports say the battle is sometimes replayed in full, normally on foggy nights. On one occasion prior to the twentieth century, two fiery pillars were seen in the sky at midday, accompanied by the fighting armies. After some time, the northern army defeated the southern forces, after which troops and pillars vanished.