Cranbrook - The Pest House
A 'pretty' woman has been reported as gliding from the fireplace to the staircase, where she disappears - the shade is thought to be Benenden, and her initials are still carved into a door over 230 years old. She has been seen in other parts of the building, sometimes holding a candle.
Dartford - A2 road between Dartford and Bexley
Dressed in black armour, this ghostly figure was observed several times walking along the road during the Second World War.
Dartford - Undisclosed house at Ruskin Grove
The family Robertson were forced from their home after experiencing a haunting that lasted two years. Mr Robertson reported seeing a ghostly figure at the top of the staircase on the day they moved in, their pets reacted to an invisible presence, and poltergeist activity would throw around potatoes and clean laundry. No reports have come from the site since the family moved away.
Deal - Goodwin Sands
13 February, every 50 years from 1748
A jealous sailor deliberately ran the Lady Lovibond onto the Goodwin Sands, a treacherous area off the coast of Deal, wreaking the ship and killing all on board. The craft is now said to re-enact the crash, though there are no reports of any witnesses in 1998. Two other ghostly craft are said to frequent the area - the liner Montrose, and a man of war named Shrewsbury.
Deal - Sholdean Hall
The admiral who is said to have once lived here is held accountable for the odd knocks and taps heard around the home.
Denton - Coppice close to Tappington Hall
Sir Giles is said to have lured the gamekeeper's daughter into the wooded area and murdered her. Both people were said to haunt the coppice, though no actual sightings are documented.
Detling - Site of former RAF Detling
A cyclist dressed in a Second World War RAF uniform passed by a witness and then disappeared. When the witness mentioned the encounter the following day, they were told horses would refuse to cross the grassy area where the sighting had occurred.
Ditton - New Hythe train station
This ghostly figure is reported to haunt the area in and around the railway station.
Dover - Castle Inn
2010, January 2012 (or possibly 2011)
During renovation of the inn, two painters spotted a man walking around the upper part of the building. They investigated but could not find the man, nor any way the figure could have left the area. Around the same time, the landlady reported rustling on the staircase and keys which jangled unaided. In 2012 the only guest in the inn spotted three men in long shabby coats and hats having a meeting in the room next door, yet the room should have been empty.
Dover - Cinque Port Arms public house
The sounds of laughing are said to be heard in one room here.
Dover Castle, Kent.
Dover - Dover Castle
Mostly unknown, soldier seen 02 November 2013
The headless drummer boy is said to date from the Napoleonic period. A lady in red and figure in blue have also been reported, while the tunnels under the castle are haunted by Second World War soldiers and operatives, perhaps escapees from Dunkirk - one figure in khaki and with a blurred face was seen walking purposefully along a corridor in 2013. The Arthurian hero Sir Gawain is reportedly buried here.
Dover - Roman lighthouse, near St Mary in Castro Church
Both a ghostly monk in a dark habit and a phantom Roman soldier forever walk the area.
East Malling - Barming Woods
January (normally) (reoccurring). Seen last in 1971
This figure has been both seen and heard as he darts around trees and over roads. One witness said the entity charged towards their car, disappearing on impact.
Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey - Shurland Hotel
07 October 2011
CCTV caught a glass move across a table and break on the floor, although some speculate that it slipped off. Staff have also reported other paranormal activities, including disembodied footsteps, banging on the walls, and a phantom little girl who manifested briefly at the foot of a bed.
Eastry - Eastry church
Photographed in 1956 (see Janet & Colin Bord's Modern Mysteries of Britain, p40, for a good copy of the image), this ghost appears to be that of a former clergyman.
Eccles - Little (or Lower) Kit's Coty
Legend - Old Nick
A baker attempted to count the stones here, to prove that it was possible to number the so-called 'countless stones'. The baker placed a loaf of bread on each rock, and when complete, counted each one he took back. The Devil had other plans, however, and consumed several loaves before the baker had finished.
Elmsted - Elchin Hill
Some cars have been said to experience sudden mechanical failure on the hill, normally affecting the brakes and steering.
Erith - Lesnes Abbey
31 October (reoccurring), last seen 1981?
The monk was caught with a woman and killed for his crime. The entity now returns once a year. He may have last been seen in 1981 by a teenager who would search the woods near the abbey for old pots and pipes. After returning home one night from the woods, the teenager reportedly spotted a monk in a brown robe holding a lantern on a hooked pole outside his window. The abbey is also home to phantom horsemen, and Roesia of Dover who is looking for her heart (it was buried here by her father).
Eynsford - Castle ruins
This ghost is likely to be responsible for the cold spot located in the moat.
Eynsford - Plough and Harrow public house
Late twentieth century
This ghostly woman was said to haunt the area just outside the pub, while the building itself was home to a poltergeist.
Farningham - Main road through village
An old coaching route, some still say that phantom horses and coaches can still be heard passing along the road.
Faversham - Guildhall
12 November 1997
Four people in the committee room heard footsteps walking on the staircase and across the council chamber. Believing to be alone, they investigated and could find no one else in the building. When they resumed their meeting, once again they heard the footsteps. A few weeks prior to this, one man said he had heard a woman's voice in the empty building.
Faversham - Shipwrights Arms public house
Weather Dependent: Cold winter nights
Having died in a shipping accident, the phantom sailor now appears on icy nights. His favourite trick is to open the front door and walk in, only to disappear moments later, leaving only a strange, disconcerting odour.
Fawkham Green - Pennis Lane
Appearing at dusk, the figure of a nun has been reported floating down this lane. Her skull is housed at Pennis Farm and it is said if the object is ever removed a great curse will befall the valley.
Five Oak Green - The Kings Head public house
Friendly in nature, this lady in a black dress wears a large cameo broach. Her activities include removing lipsticks and earrings, and locking doors.