Winchester - Moyles Court
After her execution in 1685, the ghost of Lady Alice Becomsawe Lisle was reported in three areas of her old neighbourhood. At her former home, Moyles Court, she could be heard walking along corridors; her disembodied footsteps always accompanied with the swoosh of her silken dress.
Winchester - Office building along the High Street
Two men sitting in the manager's room eating lunch spotted a figure climbing the stairs, heading towards the top office. No-one should have been in that area, so both men ran upstairs to apprehend the intruder. However, there was no one present, and it would have been impossible for an intruder to pass the men without being seen.
Winchester - Private house along Quarry Road
A tall man wearing a black cloak, a woman dressed in white, and a figure resembling a nun are all said to have haunted this property. Two exorcisms failed to remove the entities.
Winchester - Rising Sun public house
As the pub closed for installation of a mini-cinema, landlord Rob Plunton said that the site was rumoured to be haunted but did not elaborate further. One story says that blood is said to run down the walls of the cellar.
Winchester - The Eclipse public house
Beheaded opposite the pub for assisting local rebels, the tall grey shade of Alice Lisle now haunts the area where she spent her last night on earth. This is one of three locations reportedly haunted by Lady Lisle.
Winchester - Theatre Royal (was the Market Hotel)
An apparition was seen dressed in combat clothing. A witness identified the ghostly soldier as a former lighting operator who worked at the theatre before going off to die on a First World War battlefield. The builder of the theatre, John Simpkins, is also said to haunt the building.
Winchester - Under the Guildhall clock
January or February 2004
Councillor Adrian Hicks recalled in 2009 his encounter with an alien entity along a busy street. He described the creature as having large oval eyes, looking almost human, and wearing a tutu. The alien shuffled along the street like a penguin.
Winchester - Winchester Castle
The Round Table that is on display here, alleged to belong to King Arthur, is more than likely a fake made many years after his death.
An old photograph of Winchester Cathedral.
Winchester - Winchester Cathedral
Disappearing at the knees, these phantom monks reportedly walk on the original floor of the building. In 1957 a photographer caught several male figures dressed in medieval garb. Saint Swithun is buried outside the cathedral, as per his wish - on one fateful 15 July, his body was moved inside the building; the rain began to fall and did not stop until Swithun's body was moved back outside. Now, popular legends say that if it rains on 15 July (St Swithun's Day), it will rain for another forty days.
One of Hampshire's ghosts.
Winslade - Spring Wood
Part of this wooded area is haunted by a ghostly woman in grey.
Worthy Down - Disused railway course near the former Winchester Junction
03 February 1980, 14:30h
A husband and wife were walking along the disused junction taking photographs, when without warning a small figure wearing a muddy coloured coat rose from the ground no more than four metres in front of them. The figure wore a hood, but the parts of the face which could be seen resembled a child. The figure also had slanted dark eyes. The husband grabbed his wife's hand, said 'hello' and took a step towards the figure - it turned to the left and vanished.
Yateley - White Lion public house
This phantom, thought to be James Rogers (the first licensee), has a particular liking for his tankard. When the tankard was last moved, the alarm system kicked in during the early hours of the morning until a peace offering was made.