Braintree - Kings Head public house, Bradford Street
Paranormal occurrences are reported from his pub, including a man in dark grey who watches customers from the bar (he vanishes when looked at), footsteps on the second floor, unexplained shadows in the men's toilets, doors opening and lights turning off. The ghost has earned the nickname 'Frank'.
Braintree - Near Capel Hill Golf Course
Walkers reported seeing a large cat in the area.
Braintree - Road near Faulkbourne Hall, south of Braintree
Cycling like a madman, this ghostly rider charges at mortal cyclists and tries to knock them over!
Braintree - Six Bells public house (no longer operational)
When this location was a pub, it housed a carved wooden figure which was said to have been found in a local river. At midnight, the figure would go back to the river for a quick drink.
Braintree - Spains Hall
Local press reported that Jamie Oliver moved into this mansion, adding a throwaway line that the property contained a haunted rocking horse which would move unaided during the night.
Braintree - Stubbs Lane
A woman walking her children between Stubbs Lane and Millennium Way spotted a strange mist with a vague human outline suspended around three meters in the air.
Braintree - Whethersford Road from Braintree, cottage in a dip on the left hand side of the road, overlooking meadows, called Old Lodge
Twice a ghostly policeman has been seen, the first dressed in Victorian attire, the second in a modern uniform. Small amounts of poltergeist activities have also been reported.
Brentwood - 133 High Street
Phantom laughter, areas of extreme hot and cold, and violent reactions from animals have all been reported in this building.
Brentwood - Churchyard near Kelvedon Hall
This hound haunts the churchyard after being shot on the church altar by an angry landowner.
Brentwood - Gateway food store, Chapel High
A young man working here claimed to see a hooded figure in the storeroom, floating half a metre above the ground - it vanished as he touched it.
Brentwood - Kelvedon Hall
A favoured pet, this ghost started to appear several weeks after its death.
Brentwood - Moat House Hotel (?)
This hotel was subject to poltergeist activity, and it was reported that a bedroom door continually opened itself.
Brentwood - Pond on Thriftwood Estate
After becoming lost at night, a farmer and his horse fell into this pond and died. It was reported that the sound of the horse whinnying could be heard at night.
Brentwood - Shop in Chapel High Shopping Centre
While in the shop stacking shelves, a worker visited the upstairs storeroom and spotted a semi-transparent, hooded monk floating a couple of feet above the ground. Not feeling threatened or scared, the worker approached the monk and came within a metre of the entity before it vanished. The worker later discovered a monastery once stood on the site.
Brentwood - The Fountain Head, Ingrave Rd.
Reportedly, several bottles exploded on their own accord, and several pieces of furniture were rearranged by an invisible presence.
Brentwood - The Golden Fleece Inn, 126 London Rd.
Late twentieth century
The ghost of a monk has been reported in the building on several occasions, always appearing in a mirror, and disappearing when the witness turns around to investigate further.
Brentwood - The New World Inn, Great Warley Street (currently De Rougemont Manor)
Said to be impossible to spend a night in, Room 14 contains the spirit of a previous owner, Mrs de Rougemont. The sound of a party has also been reported in the Inn.
Brentwood - The Swan Hotel. 123 High St.
This poltergeist has plagued the owners of the pub by turning water taps on and off, unlocking doors, hiding household items, and antagonising animals.
Brentwood - The White Hart, 94 High St.
Poltergeist activity has been reported at this public house, as well as an invisible presence that taps people on the shoulder.
Brentwood - Warley Lea Farm, near Brentwood
Believed to be the home of a ghost of a bailiff who hanged himself, this building suffers from phantom footsteps on the staircase, and other bangs and crashes.
Broomfield - Well House, an old house just outside the village.
Unknown Ghost Type
Hours after the death of an aging father, as his son lay on his own deathbed, knocking at the front door was heard several times - every time it was answered, no one was there.
Broxted - Broxted & Tilty area
Appearing at all times of the day and night, locals have blamed the gnomes and other fairy folk for a multitude of tricks. While several sightings have been reported, none in living memory.
Buckhurst Hill - Area around local graveyard
After scaring three teenagers walking through the graveyard, this shuck went on to unnerve a passing motorist as the creature leapt over the churchyard wall and landed on the bonnet of a car.
Buckhurst Hill - Property along Bradwell Road
The family living here found themselves troubled by the phantom of a young girl, whose presence created the smell of perfume and the disappearance of small objects. This haunting appeared to centre around the wardrobe; the phantom little girl was seen to climb out from it, and she accompanied the family when they moved to a new property. Once the wardrobe was removed and destroyed, the family were troubled no more.
Buckhurst Hill - Three Colts public house
A muffled woman's voice was heard in the cellar, even though no one other than the witness was nearby. Cold spots have also been felt on the site.