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.
Canewdon - Anchor public house
This pub was said to be subjected to flying remote controls and kitchen knives, a baby crying, and the smell of perfume.
Canewdon - Between church and river
Weather Dependent: Moonless nights
A faceless witch wearing a poke bonnet is reported to appear on moonless nights and travels through the west gate heading towards the river. Once there, the entity walks across the water. A stone is said to fall from the church tower every time a local witch dies.
Canewdon - Church
31 October (reoccurring), blue woman seen 1987
A woman in a blue dress was briefly glimpsed in 1987, though quickly vanished when the witness jumped up from her seat. Legend also says if you round run the church three times anti clockwise on 31 October, you travel through time.
Canewdon - Entire area
Known as the 'Village of Witches', thirteen (or nine, depending on the storyteller) witches were believed to live in the village at any one time.
Canewdon - Gardeners Lane
Summer or Autumn 2008
A small patch of black mist is said to dart out in front of cars along this lane.
Canewdon - Larkhill Road, near Puelsey Hall Lane
This area is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a Crusader, seen several times by local people.
A fierce little imp with red eyes and big teeth, by Wayne Lowden.
Canewdon - Unspecified country lane
Locals say that a man on a motorbike was chased by a small demonic entity that was just as fast as the bike.
Canewdon - Vicarage
Unknown Ghost Type
Seen by the wife of a previous vicar at the end of the driveway, little more is known about this shade.
Canvey Island - Area around former Canvey Anglican Convent
A cyclist returning home after a nightshift reported seeing an apparition of a nun before it vanished at the site of a former convent.
Canvey Island - Canvey Point, mudflats
On the occasional late night, a misty figure has been observed walking along the mudflats. Legend says it is a Viking waiting for a boat to take him home.
Canvey Island - Exact location unknown
November 1953 and 11 August 1954
Two unidentified sea creatures were found dead on the island within a year of each other. Both were less than a metre in size, brown-red in colour, possessing sharp teeth, large eyes, gills, and what appeared to be two legs and feet.
An old postcard of Hadleigh Castle on Canvey Island.
Canvey Island - Hadleigh Castle
No recent sightings of these figures have been reported, and locals accept them as being little more than smuggler's stories told to inspire fear. The white lady is said to offer to dance with anyone she came upon during her walks, while the black man offered to buy souls in return for a song. The White Lady was seen around 1917 by a group of men out partying - one of them chased after the figure with a large stick, but the apparition disappeared before he reached it.
Canvey Island - Hadleigh Castle, Little Norman Church area?
'Cunning' Murrell, the local wise man/warlock, died in 1860 and was buried at the church. His ghost has been reported in this area, picking herbs and placing them in a basket.
Canvey Island - Knightswick Farm (no longer standing)
Unknown Ghost Type
A woman at the farm watched as a nun walked across the land, only to stop and slowly sink into the ground.
A lakeside ghost.
Canvey Island - Lake
A female form is said to lurk around the area of the lake. The woman is said to have drowned after losing control of her coach and horses.
Canvey Island - Quieter parts of island
The quieter areas of the island are home to a Dutchman, who walks around carrying a sack over his shoulder containing an unknown content.
Castle Hedingham - Road through the village
Unknown Ghost Type
June 2015, approximately 09.30h on a Sunday morning
A witness driving through the village spotted three men dressed in medieval armour standing outside a row of cottages. The witness initially thought the knights were reenactors, although the figures and the surrounding environment were blurry, as if seen through frosted glass. No reenactment had been advertised for the day of the encounter.
Chelmsford - All Saints Church
A local legend persists that if someone is brave enough to quickly circumambulate the church thirteen times at midnight, an angry phantom nun appears.
Chelmsford - Civic Theatre
All year, but especially in December (reoccurring)
This building is haunted by the spirit of a technician killed on Duke Street. Visitors would sometimes ask about the helpful man who had guided them around, only to be told that it was the ghost. There are also reports of footsteps on stage and of an overwhelming uncomfortable feeling on the Balcony and the stairs to the Wardrobe/FOH Office. In December, the spirit takes the form of a white butterfly, seen (traditionally) on one show during Christmas week.
Chelmsford - Essex Regiment Museum
One witness claimed to have heard the laugh of a child and the slamming of several doors, one after another, in the early hours of the morning.
Chelmsford - Hyde Hall
Once owned by the singer Suzi Quatro, she claimed that Richard de Foe haunted the guest room, while the little girl walked other parts of the house. Both are believed to be benevolent.
Chelmsford - Patching Hall Lane
This tall pallid figure, wearing a top hat and cloak, was seen by a teenage witness out with a couple of friends - the figure disturbed them to such an extent, they ran off. The witness looked back to see if he was following, only to see the ghost vanish before their eyes.
Chelmsford - Pedestrian crossing over Parkway
A witness waiting at the crossing spotted a 'normal' older woman with a trolley or bag on the other side of the road waiting to also cross. The witness looked away for a few seconds, and when she looked back, the older woman had vanished, with no discernible place where she could have moved to.
Chelmsford - Private building, New London Road
Working alone into the evening, this witness heard three distinct footsteps ahead of their location. When they mentioned the footsteps to their team leader a few weeks, she admitted that she had also heard them.