Grantchester - Byron's Pool
Lord Byron once enjoyed swimming in this pool, and it is reported that he still does.
Grantchester - Old Vicarage
Once occupied by the poet Robert Brookes, the footsteps which walk around the outside of the house and towards the sitting room are believed to be his. His shade has also been reported in the garden. Poltergeist-like activity has been reported in the top floor of the Vicarage, often moving literature from the bookshelves.
Great Abington - Field next to the churchyard, and the river
A phantom blue lady is said to cross this field. Her journey starts at Great Abington church, where she floats straight over the river, and ends at Little Abington church where she is said to vanish.
Great Abington - Private residence
A young girl who drowned in a well reputedly still haunts the area. The well has since been covered over.
Great Gransden - Gransden Post Mill
Legend - Old Nick
A copy of The Infidel's Bible, a black magic book, was accidentally left in the mill and forgotten about. Within days the mill stopped working, and for three years no-one could figure out why. After that time, the book was rediscovered in the mill and burnt - almost immediately, the mill started turning once more.
Great Staughton - Crown Inn
'Old Pork-and-Lard' was the nickname given to the ghost that haunted this building, in the belief that the entity was a former landlord who also worked as the local butcher. The landlord died just before the birth of his first child; because of this, some say his ghost remained earthbound, and his footsteps have been heard in empty rooms.
Great Staughton - Unnamed farm on the moors
Owners of a farmhouse here were said to have once removed all the locks and bars from their doors, as a white lady would open all the doors at night, no matter how securely they were left closed. A workman called in to mend the roof encountered the ghost and refused to finish the job - another builder had to complete the repairs.
Great Wilbraham - Mutlow Hill
A golden coach was thought to be buried under the hill.
Great Wilbraham - The Carpenter's Arms, High Street
Unknown Ghost Type
Varying times during the twentieth century
Footsteps are often heard on the upper floor of the public house, always stopping at the same place. Any investigation to find an intruder has failed.
Harston - Area between the Queens Head public house and Mill Road
This phantom woman is likely to be the same suicidal figure that haunts elsewhere in the village.
Harston - Road bridge en route to Haslingfield
Here a white lady has been seen throwing herself off the bridge, but like so many other ghost stories, the reason behind it is unclear.
Heydon - Heydon Ditch. Five foot high at its highest point, runs from Heydon to Fowlmere (3.5 miles in length)
Accounts of warrior ghosts seen at this sight date back hundreds of years, and during the 1950s (or 1920s, according to other sources) several Saxon graves were found around the area.
Holcot - A43, Holcot / Sywell junction
October 2003, 18:00h
A driver spotted a man with two children, wearing 1970s clothing, standing in the brambles at this roundabout. The driver circled around for another look, but the figures had vanished.
Holywell - Churchyard
The waters of the well were said to cure sore eyes, and teenage girls would throw money into the pool in the hope the face of the man they would marry would appear to them.
Holywell - Ye Olde Ferryboat Inn, gravestone in bar
17 March (Reoccurring)
Juliet took her own life after being jilted by a lover. The pub was later built over her grave, and she is now seen in the form of a white lady, appearing near the Ferry Boat Inn and walking towards the banks of the river on the date of her death.
Horseheath - Money Lane
Nights of a full moon
Supposed to house hidden gold, the street is haunted by a voice that, on nights of a full moon, tells any listeners to 'pick up your spade and follow me'. To date, nobody has accepted the challenge.
Huntingdon - Hinchingbrooke House
Thought to be the same entity which haunts the nearby bridge, a legend says the nun tried to run off with a monk, resulting in the execution of them both. The nun was said to haunt the cloister garth and the grounds. A cavalier was also reported to haunt a room in which he was killed, while a phantom woman floats six inches (fifteen centimetres) above the staircase.
Huntingdon - Nun's Bridge over Alconbury Brook
It is unknown where the nurse's ghost came from, but the nun is thought to have had an affair with a monk during her lifetime. After the affair was discovered, the nun was killed for her 'crime'.
Ickleton - Mill Lane
Mid twentieth century
For six months, a family were haunted by the sound of machinery, reminiscent of a motorbike engine, which came from a solid wall in a bedroom.
Isleham - Exact location not known
25 August 2008
The police were notified after a large, black cat with a long tail was spotted in the area.
Kennett - Bell Inn
A visiting medium said that a total of four ghosts haunted this pub - an artist who hangs around the snug bar, one in the kitchen, and a mother and son who haunt the upper part of the building.
An old painting of Catherine of Aragon
Kimbolton - Kimbolton Castle
The first wife of Henry VIII was imprisoned here for the last two years of her life. Legend says Catherine of Aragon's ghost walks the gallery, after dying in one of the rooms in 1536. Another shade, belonging to a young child, began to haunt the building after she was thrown from the battlements. The paving slab which the child landed on is said to glow blue on the anniversary of the event.
Linton - Dog and Duck public house
This ghost, sometimes seen sitting in the corner of the pub, has often moved around the chairs in the bar during the night, and is said to tap people on the shoulders when something annoys him.
Linton - The Bell public house (no longer open)
Cut off at the knees, this Elizabethan gentleman was said to be not an uncommon visitor to the pub. During a period of renovation, it was discovered the old floor of the public house was fifty centimetres lower than it currently was.
Little Abington - Jeremiah's Cottage and Old House
Weather Dependent: Visible during snow
A secret tunnel used by highwaymen is said to connect these two properties. When it snows, the snow is said to melt above the tunnel, revealing its location.