Bath - Private residence, Oldfield Park
While living in a bedsit with a shared kitchen, one witness spotted an older man standing on the landing of the staircase. The witness jumped and the old man vanished, although the witness was left with a very vivid impression of the ghostly figure - grey hair, blue eyes, baggy trousers, olive green waistcoat, and shirt sleeves held up by expanding metal bands. The witness said the figure's head was slightly cocked to one side, as if curious.
Queen's Square, Bath.
Bath - Queen's Square
Dressed in her wedding dress, Julia walks around this area. It is possible she searches for the man who jilted her at the altar.
Royal Crescent, Bath.
Bath - Royal Crescent
The phantom coach and horses reputed to haunt this area contain Elizabeth Linley and Richard Brinsley Sheridan as they elope time after time.
The Salamander pub, Bath.
Bath - Salamander public house, John Street
As per polt normal, this spirit is said to throw glasses around, create disembodied footfalls, and generate cold spots.
Bath - Second floor flat at Grosvenor Place
Unknown Ghost Type
Seen by a husband and wife couple, this monochromic figure silently drifted through their living room, terrifying the pet cat. More recently, she has been observed on the staircase.
Stone Lions at entrance to Royal Victoria Park, Bath.
Bath - Stone Lions at entrance to Royal Victoria Park
When the clock strikes thirteen
Two lions stand on the gate posts here, each cat with a paw on a ball. Locals say when the clock strikes thirteen, the lions kick the balls at each other.
Bath - The Raven public house
George is said to take a female form and haunt the cellar, close to a well which was once thought to be bottomless.
Theatre Royal, Bath.
Bath - Theatre Royal & Garrick's Head Hotel
25 December (butterfly) (reoccurring), Grey Lady last seen 1975
An actress killed herself in the hotel in the 1880s after discovering her husband had murdered her secret lover. The actress's last performance at the theatre occurred a few hours before her death, a role which required her to wear a grey feather dress - the same clothing her ghost still wears as it patrols the theatre and hotel. Her phantom may have last been seen in 1975. A dainty butterfly is also reported to haunt the theatre, manifesting briefly once a year on Christmas Day.
Bath - York Villa
This faithful servant now refuses to leave the house, suffering guilt for allowing two children to starve to death. One of the children is said to still be around, as is his mother who manifests as a Grey Lady.