Tidenham - The Broadstone, between village and Woolastaston
Legend - Old Nick
Stone still present
The Devil and the giant Jack o'Kent had a stone throwing contest - the Devil's stone landed here, while Jack's landed way over the River Severn, winning him the game.
A traditional looking ghost.
Upton St Leonards - Unknown house
After hanging herself, the ghost of Miss Nicholls returned to haunt her home. It took twelve people to lay the ghost, which was trapped under the base of a fireplace.
West Tump - Barrow
A female witness claims to have seen four men dressed in ancient clothing standing on the hill, holding Stone Age weapons.
Whiteshill - Skies above the village
04 October 2018
Several observers watched the fluorescent green ufo as it hovered over the area. A driver on a nearby road managed to photograph the object.
Whittington - Church of St Bartholomew
22 January 1985
A man dressed in red who vanished from the church was named by some as a former landowner Sir Lawrence (or Laurence) Tanfield.
Whittington - General area
A former landowner in the area, Sir Laurence returned after dying and can be seen driving a coach pulled by four black horses. It is said that bad luck falls on any witnesses.
Whittington - Manor
One story says that workmen refused to enter certain parts of the property after spotting a ghostly young girl sitting on a rocking chair.
A Civil War battle site.
Wick - Freezing Hill
This area is haunted by several ghosts, all wearing clothing which places them to the Civil War era (the hill was the site of a battle).
Winchcombe - Area around Mount View Drive
Several witnesses reported seeing a large cat around this new housing estate. One woman said it was the size of a Labrador with a flecked brown coloured coat. Fur from the creature had been recovered, but at the time of writing, DNA analysis has not been carried out on the evidence.
Winchcombe - Belas Knap, a long barrow situated above the town
One visitor to the site stated she looked across the fields and watched a group of monks approaching the barrow. She left for a few minutes, and on her return realised that the field now looked different; shorter grass, fewer trees, and the figures had vanished. The area around the barrow is locally acknowledged to be 'strange'. The road running by Belas Knap is said to be haunted by a blue figure which unnerves drivers as it steps on into their paths.
Winchcombe - Cowl Lane, Pike Bank area, and Old Corner Cupboard Inn
Reports of a ghostly black monk coming from these areas are not uncommon, some saying that the figure looked as if he sunk slightly into the ground, others saying he floats two foot above the path.
Winchcombe - Railway station
Dressed in a dark robe, this holy figure floats a half a metre above the ground.
Winchcombe - Site of Abbey
Plainchant and other religious songs have been heard emanating from the site of the old abbey, burnt down hundreds of years ago.
Winchcombe - Ye Old Corner Cupboard Public House
The sound of a child's feet running around the building has been reported several times, even though no children have been present.
Withington - The Mill Inn
Late twentieth century
Seen standing by the fireplace together, this small group of shades featured a woman with a large hat being flanked by two men. She could be a former landlady who drowned in the nearby river.
Wotton under Edge - Ancient Ram Inn, currently a private house
Built on the site of a burial pit, this former public house is said to have a heavy, oppressive atmosphere. A misty entity appeared on one photograph taken here, while several ghost hunts have turned up numerous displaced spirits.
Wotton under Edge - Newark Park hunting lodge
A classic sign of a haunting, the sounds would often be accompanied by the silken rustling of an invisible dress passing, thumps, bangs, and a sense of intense cold.
Wyck - Wyck Rissington Rectory
Canon Cheales carried out an exorcism of his home after being repeatedly disturbed between 22:00 - 02:00 by strange noises and rattling door handles by a presence known as Geoffrey.