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.
Little Abington - Private house along Hogh Street
A poltergeist outbreak here resulted in doors opening and closing unaided, books being thrown across rooms, and loud banging on the walls.
Little Abington - The Old Cottage and nearby bridge
Unknown, but said to appear around dusk
A figure dressed as a highwayman has been observed in the garden of the building and crossing an old bridge.
Little Downham - Vicarage
Early/mid twentieth century
A grey lady once haunted this building. She manifested before a young child who promptly to the entity to 'go away'. The entity vanished and never returned.
Littleport - Bulldog Bridge, which connects Littleport & Shippea Hill
After saving a local girl from a friar who attempted to rape her, the dog was killed by her attacker. It can now be seen crossing the bridge.
Littleport - House around 300 metres from the bottom of Little Ditchment Close (no longer present)
29 July 1853
James Jessop had three dreams in one night, in which he heard the cries of murder; after each dream he awoke before falling back to sleep. The following evening the body of a woman was recovered from the area.
Longstanton - Exact location unknown
One of many ABC sightings in East Anglia during 1996.
Longstanton - Road through the village
While driving home, a witness spotted a shadowy figure standing on the side of the road. The driver manoeuvred to give the figure plenty of room as he passed, and then noticed the figure had no facial features. Looking back his rear view mirror, the driver could see that the figure had vanished.
M11 - Area close to junction 13
27 June 2015, 12:15h
A driver watched a dark figure cross the busy motorway, walking as if the road was devoid of traffic. The driver was convinced that no one could cross the road without an accident occurring.
Madingley - 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.
March - Ambulance Station
This site is said to be haunted by a former supervisor, who still wears and old uniform with peaked cap, and continues to keep an eye on the site. His presence is denoted by disembodied footsteps and doors heard opening and closing.
March - Church
Legend - Old Nick
Church still present
The villagers of March wanted their church in the village, but the Devil felt so passionately about his fenland he moved the construction materials across the river.
March - Fens - North of Chatteris, West of March, South of Thorney
This ghost light has been reported drifting deep in the fens, trying to attract the unwary to their doom.
March - Ye Olde Griffin Hotel
A former employee of the hotel was said to have found it hard to let of her job.
Melbourn - Fowlmere Road
05 December 2012, 05:45h
Cyclist Gavin Elliott-Turner encountered two large black cats in the snow while travelling to work. The creatures ran off across fields, leaving clearly visible footprints.
Melbourn - Private residence, High Street
1964 - 1970s
Children of two different families living at this house encountered a ghostly female figure who would be identified as Miss Howard, a former resident. Footsteps would also be heard moving around empty parts of the building.
Milton - Crossroads turning off to housing estate
Though there are no reports of fatal accidents at this location, the area is reportedly haunted by a car that hits vehicles, bumping them, but leaving no marks.
Murrow - Ghost Hill, somewhere on fenland
A ghost matching the description of Cromwell has been reported on Ghost Hill, a small, isolated area of fenland.
Oakington - Crossroads
A member of the BSIG observed a person with their arms folded moving along the road at an impossible speed.
Offord Cluny - Manor house
The ghost of an unknown lady soon appears to any female who has been newlywed when they first move into the house.
Offord Cluny - The Swan Inn
The poltergeist which once took up residence here was given the nickname Edna.
Papworth Everard - Private residence
While living in this property for eighteen months, a witness experienced the sounds of a radio playing, of someone moving around an empty area, running footsteps, and the sound of the front door opening, although nothing would be found on investigation. Mild poltergeist activity included the video recorder turning itself on and off, while a plate flew off the kitchen work surface.