Hereford - White Cross and Morning Pit
This ghostly figure is reputed to walk around the area.
Hergest - Hergust Court, now a farmhouse
Prior to death in family
This hound would appear to members of the Vaughan family before one of their number died. It is said that when Black Vaughan was beheaded in 1483, his faithful hound seized and ran off with the head. The creature is said to have inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write 'Hound of the Baskervilles'.
Hindlip - Hindlip Hall (original building no longer standing) and grounds
31 October (reoccurring)
The shade of the Lady, together with a phantom white calf, would be seen moving around the house revealing all the secret priest holes once a year - during life she performed the same task, feeding those who hid within. The grounds are now said to be haunted by a young girl wearing a tartan dress, quietly crying and looking for her mother.
Holt - Holt Castle
Workers in the castle were too scared to visit the attic, where it is said the ghost haunts. The basement in turn is haunted by a raven that attacks any source of light taken down there.
Huddington - Huddington Court
31 January (reoccurring)
One story says that this decapitated shade still mourns the passing of her husband Robert Wintour - he was executed on 31 January 1606 for playing a part in the Gunpowder Plot.
Inkberrow - St Peter's churchyard
While hunting for the locally named 'Beast of Inkberrow', Nick and Sally Dyke discovered the cat in the churchyard - it knocked Nick over and took a swipe at Sally before running off. She was left with three ten centimetre long claw marks down one side.
Kempsey - Lane in the village
Two women walking their dogs encountered a ghostly apparition here. While one of the witnesses described the figure as a black human shape, the other perceived more detail and said the entity looked like a grinning Victorian farm hand.
Kenchester - Roman Ruins
The little people here made their homes in the Roman ruins scattered around.
Kentchurch - Kentchurch Hall
A young girl has been seen standing by a window in the building, glazing out across the land.
Kidderminster - Ye Olde Seven Stars, Coventry Street
This ghostly figure was seen standing by the bar, as if waiting to be served. Her presence was also reported at a table.
Kidderminster - Harvey's Wine Bar
Seen at least twice, the woman in brown Tutor clothing was more often heard walking across empty rooms. Doors would also open and close on their own.
Kidderminster - Black Horse public house
Said to be the first landlady to run the pub, she was killed by her husband as he discovered both her and her secret lover embraced on the steps outside the building. Her footsteps are still heard along the corridors.
Kingstone - Large whetstone in the village
Stone still present
This rock submerges itself in a nearby river to cool itself down on particularly hot days.
Kington - Area of barren land
Legend - Old Nick
This area of dirt and stone was known as the Devil's Garden by locals as nothing would ever take root there.
Kington - Church
After being killed in the battle of Banbury, Vaughan's spirit was reluctant to depart this plane of existence and tried to hide in this local church. It was finally trapped in a snuff box by the local holy men and banished into nearby Hergest Pool. Some variations of the story have Vaughan escape the snuff box before being laid once again, this time under a large tree on the Hergest Estate.
Leigh - Road passing through village, leading to river
24 November, St Catherine's Eve (reoccurring)
Long since exorcised, the phantom of Old Coles would drive his coach through the village and use the local river to cool his horses.
Lenchwick - Roads between village and Evesham Abbey
Driven by a hanged (or beheaded) criminal, this coach travels at breakneck speed until reaching the abbey where it promptly vanishes.
Lenchwick - Road between Lenchwick and Norton
Belonging to the Dench family, a phantom coach is said to run along this stretch of road.
Leominster - Berrington Hall
Parts of the hall were used as a hospital during both World Wars, and it was in this area that this phantom was seen walking about.
Leominster - Grange by the Priory Church
Unknown Ghost Type
Mid 1970s, summer
Something 'male, short and see-through' was said to have jumped on a wall here, scattering the parents and children playing in the area. One witness was said to have called the thing 'absolutely evil'.
Leominster - Priory Churchyard
A hooded figure was observed by one woman. She said that she could not see a face, but his sandals were highly detailed.
Leominster - Croft Castle
This figure, estimated to be at least seven foot in height, was seen a couple of times in the castle. He quickly faded away in front of the witnesses.
Little Malvern - Malvern Hills, hillfort
Unknown Ghost Type
A column of Roman Legionnaires was observed marching up the hill, complete with standard bearers and cavalrymen. The troops vanished when they reached the top.
Little Shelsey - Courthouse
This ghostly woman drove her coach and horses around inside the courthouse, screaming in protest of her murder while in prison.
Littleton - Countryside between village and Bretforton
Moving over a road that vanished long ago, this coach is seen smoothly traversing bumpy fields and overgrown woods.