Westerham - Chartwell
Seen and spoken to by his son Randolph, Sir Winston Churchill's ghost sat in a leather armchair in the studio in the garden.
Westerham - Rooks Cottage
December 1970, onwards
This spirit was often heard walking down the corridor, and opening and closing doors. Pets often watched an invisible presence walk through the living room.
Whitstable - Deco 5 wine bar, Oxford Street
Builders working on the building heard footsteps crossing an upper story floor which had just been removed. Doors have also been heard to bang shut unaided by human hand, and an electrician left the site after his lamp was thrown through the air.
The town of Whitstable, Kent
Whitstable - General area
Legend - Old Nick
Whitstable was founded after the Devil tried to steal the buildings of Canterbury - he was caught, and dropped the stolen houses eight miles away, where they stayed.
Wichling - Wooded area and the church
A group of four people in the church yard at night reported seeing a small entity with glowing red eyes run by them. They quickly left after hearing a strange whistling and watching a fast moving cloud cover the area. There are other stories which involve small figures seen standing by the edge of the woods.
Willesborough - Boy's Hall
After having his wife seduced by an Irishman, an officer killed the offending person in question. Several years later, the wife discovered the body, and realised the Irishman was in fact another woman. The spirit of a woman now walks the area, though none can say for sure which woman it is...
Willesborough - The Moat manor house
This invisible hound has been heard walking around the building. It is said to leave a tranquil air in its wake.
Wingham - Private house
30 August 2010, around 15:00h
A woman spotted the apparition of a lady wearing blue clothing move through the driveway and approach the back door. The woman opened the door, but the lady had vanished. Another occupier of the property had also seen the same figure but had dismissed the sighting as a 'trick of the eye'.
Wingham - The Red Lion public house
The ghost which once haunted this building has not been seen for many years - it was thought to be the phantom of a man who committed suicide, who looked like any other person until he vanished suddenly.
Wrotham - Wrotham House
The spirit here would patrol the building, opening any door that was closed before 1am. Two overnight guests who stayed awake to see the entity responsible for this behaviour were not disappointed - they watched a grey man open their guest room door at midnight, enter the bedroom and gaze out of the window before laughing hysterically.
Wye - Car park opposite Devil's Kneading Trough
06 July 2007
A witness watched a red car enter and park up just before the vehicle was lost from sight as a fog bank briefly thickened. As the fog cleared, the car had gone - the witness had not heard an engine nor the wheels crunch on the loose stony surface of the park.
Wye - Devil's Kneading Trough
Legend - Old Nick
A legend says that if you walk around the Devils Kneading Trough seven times then drink the water from the natural spring, you will see the devil.
Wye - White Hill
7 January 2000
A driver hit a blonde woman who stood in the middle of the road. The lady smiled at the motorist as she bounced over the bonnet, and promptly vanished. The police were contacted, but no evidence of an accident could be detected.