W1 - Marylebone Station, switch room on Platform 1
Circa May / June 2000, 02:00h
While trying to sleep, a maintenance fitter saw a young woman hovering in front of him. The figure had a lacy top, and her face was blurred. The man ran from the room, and met a cleaner, who asked if he had seen the ghost of the woman who appears there.
W1 - Miller's Court, Dorset Street (street no longer present)
Late nineteenth century
Mary's shade hung around the scene of her death for many months after Jack the Ripper attacked her; dressed in black, she would enter her house and gaze through the windows.
W1 - Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly
Killed in the Blitz, the Major is often seen smiling as he walks post-mortem through the club.
W1 - Peckham Rye
The artist William Blake experienced visions during his time here, including a tree filled with angels and angels walking towards him along the road.
W1 - Piccadilly, outside Fortnum & Mason
A journalist recalled the story of helping a wealthy socialite from a taxi in Piccadilly, only to discover a few hours later that the woman in question had died three days before the event.
W1 - Prince Edward theatre
An actor reported seeing an angry looking figure glaring at them from the wings.
W1 - Private flat along Old Burlington Street
A bedroom in a flat along here is reportedly so haunted that no one has ever spent two nights in the room.
W1 - Private flat, Wigmore Street
A flat was supposed to be haunted by a blue light which moved from room to room and by a man who stood motionless by a staircase.
W1 - Private property along Brendon Street
This property was home to strange and erratic gas and power outages, an external door which would open by itself, and a low-toned voice which would talk in the kitchen.
W1 - Radio studio, Wogan House (was Western House)
Presenter Rylan Clark claimed his studio became home to an entity that could be felt by him and production staff, occasionally being glimpsed out of the corner of an eye.
W1 - Rose and Crown public house, Old Park Lane
Once housed in the basement of this pub prior to hanging, the shades of those killed are still lurking here.
W1 - Royal Institution, Albemarle Street
Home of the famous Christmas Lectures, Michael Faraday's spirit has been felt by several scientists while in the main lecture hall.
W1 - Sheppeys Restaurant, Shepherd Market
This tall, dark stranger has often been observed standing in the shadows, his face obscured to make identification impossible, though it is speculated he is either a highwayman or a thespian.
W1 - St George's Hospital, Hyde Park Corner
Mid to late 1960s
This phantom grey lady was thought to be a former nurse. While anyone could hear her footsteps echoing down corridors, she was said to only appear to the very ill, some of whom claimed to have spoken to her.
W1 - St Thomas' Church, Regent Street
The ghost of a previous rector has been seen several times either praying at the altar or walking down the aisle.
W1 - St Thomas's Church (no longer standing), Tenison Court
This phantom was observed praying before the altar, before silently moving off and vanishing.
W1 - The Langham Hotel, Room 333, Langham Place
BBC Workers staying in room 333 have been awoken at night to find a man dressed in uniform standing in their room - it is reportedly a German officer who killed himself by leaping from the room's window just prior to the start of World War 1. The upper floors of this building are haunted by a butler dressed smartly, carrying a tray. It has been speculated that he is not a butler, but an early radio presenter wearing a dinner jacket. The hotel hit the news again in July 2014 when tabloid newspapers reported that members of the England cricket team had experienced strange happenings.
W1 - The Serpentine, Hyde Park
Harriet Westbrook Shelley drowned herself in this lake. Her ghost, as well as others who had also taken their lives in the waters, were said to occasionally walk the edge of the lake. One story has it that a ghostly hand once rose from the lake and was spotted by two women who continued to watch the apparition until it sank back into the water.
W1 - Unidentified house in Hyde Park Place
Unknown Ghost Type
A lady in the house reported seeing a maid ascending the staircase, a mere two steps in front of her - the servant vanished once the guest reached the top.
W1 - Unknown house, Dean Street
Elliott O'Donnell wrote (albeit briefly) about a large, phantom black bird which appeared so frequently that the residents grew accustom to it.
W1 - Upper Gloucester Place, Portman Square
Late nineteenth / early twentieth century
A house located in the square was haunted by a clock that chimed prior to a death in the family.