Abbots Langley - Private home built on site of Leavesden Hospital, Leavesden High Road
Certain newspapers in the national press reported that Manuel Almunia, goalkeeper for Arsenal, lived in a house haunted by a monk-like figure holding a candle. The building was constructed on the site of a former asylum.
Abbots Langley - Churchyard and Vicarage
31 October (reoccurring)
This young girl, who died suddenly, rises from the grave once a year and returns to the vicarage. Opinions differ on whether she is a former vicar's daughter, or a maid mistreated by a vicar's wife.
Entrances to Hell take many forms.
Albury - Halls Garden Pond near the church
This small body of water is said to be a one way ticket to Hell for anyone foolish enough to try to swim to the bottom.
An old woodcut of a flaming figure approaching a man.
Aldbury - Former castle
Legend - Old Nick
The Devil reportedly helped the owner of the castle perform alchemy on the site, before a chemical mishap blew them both to hell.
Anstey - Fields around the village, and Devil's Hole cave
Legend - Old Nick
Said to still be playing his fiddle in tunnels under the village, Blind George ventured into the Devil's Hole cave with his trusted dog - the hound ran out, and was found with its hair burnt away, and George was never seen again.
Ashwell - Churchyard
This shadow of a shambling headless person reportedly stalks the churchyard here.
Aston - Private house along Bennington Road
One person reported a phantom lady who would appear at the top of the stairs or at end of a hallway, and open windows and doors.
Ayot St Lawrence - Brocket Arms public house
Thought to have hanged himself in the fourteenth century, the monk has made several appearances to staff and visitors.
Ayot St Lawrence - Shaw's Corner
Lawrence is thought to have enjoyed some of his time out of the army in this building, though there has been no clear identification made that the haunting entity was him.
Baldock - Hinxworth Place
Weather Dependent: Stormy autumn nights
Thought to relate to a particularly ironic incident when a maid accidentally killed a child who had dressed up as a ghost to scare her, the infant's screams can now be heard echoing down through the ages.
Batford - Lower Luton Road
March and May 2014
A driver had to swerve to avoid an older man standing in the road. When the driver looked for the figure, he had gone. A couple of months later a similar figure was seen again, this time by two witnesses, who said the man had a bandage on his head and held an old fashioned rifle.
Snakes, storms and serpents.
Berkhamsted - General area
Whilst visiting Britain, St Paul, was supposed to have banished forever all snakes, dragons, and thunderstorms. One out of three is not too bad...
Berkhamsted - Railway bridge
Unknown Ghost Type
13 September 2020, 04:45h
A railway worker working on the tracks heard a girl's voice say 'hello' and what sounded like 'can you...'. He peered into the trees next to the track, believing the voice could have come from nearby houses, but when looking back to the tracks spotted a young girl with her back turned a couple of metres ahead. The startled worker stumbled, and when he looked back up, the girl had vanished.
Berkhamsted - Road passing Berkhamsted golf club, before left turn to castle
November 1976, around 23:00h
On a clear night with no other traffic on the road, a driver caught up with a Honda 50 type motorbike. The outline of the bike and rider were visible, and the driver maintained 25 yards (23 metres) between car and bike. Passing Berkhamsted golf club, the bike disappeared, 'as if someone had turned off a light'. The driver thought the biker may have come off into a ditch so stopped to look - there was no ditch nor any turnings the bike could have taken.
Bishop's Stortford - Boar's Head public house, Water Lane and St Michael's Church
Locals say that this shade travels through the town, stopping at a couple of watering holes, before continuing to the church. The phantom drifted silently passed a mother and child along Water Lane in 1922, heading towards the church. Both witnesses fled.
Bishop's Stortford - George Inn, North Street
This spook is said to be a woman stabbed to death in room 27.
Bishop's Stortford - Private house along Mary Park Gardens
A family living along this street reported an unpleasant entity that would lock the bathroom door from the inside and fill the house with an oppressive atmosphere.
Bishop's Stortford - Saplings Independent Nursery
It is reported that a young child once burnt to death on the site, and that the shade of the child remains. One witness described the infant as a blonde haired girl.
A running ghostly figure.
Bishop's Stortford - Town Centre
The centre of town is reputed to be haunted by a screaming figure who runs through the area.
Bishop's Stortford - Windmill House
The grounds of this home are haunted by an officer accidentally shot and killed on the site.
Borehamwood - Elstree, Big Brother House
A few 'strange' reports have come out of the BB house, including a 'phantom' monkey seen on the ceiling, a moving plate, and a ghost seen by Imogen, which may have been another housemate.
Borehamwood - Gate Studio
This person committed suicide at the studio and has subsequently been observed around the cinema screen. A builder who fell to his death on the site has also been reported. It is unclear which ghost was seen dressed in 1920s clothing by two female witnesses.
Bovingdon - Box Lane
A strange gleaming entity is reputed to haunt Box Lane.
Bovingdon - Churchyard
Some say that part of the churchyard has been desecrated by a great deal of blood, and the dead are now restless.
Boxmoor - Grave of Robert Snooks
Robert, the last man in England to be executed for highway robbery, is said to briefly return if his grave is circled and his name called out.