Wildsworth - Woofer Lane
Several poachers out hunting heard laughter overhead as they travelled down this lane. They fled the scene, convinced they had encountered the Devil.
Willingham - Bridge at River Till
One of three bridges in Lincolnshire that is said to be a haunt of the black shuck.
Willoughton - Country lane
This sober witness stated that, while cycling, a small bipedal creature with horns ran out in front of him, travelling just as fast as the bicycle. It disappeared as it hopped on a grass verge.
Willoughton - Exact location not known
Known locally as Hairy Jack, the black dog which haunts this area is said to be covered in pigs' hair. A local man was said to have been pushed into a gatepost by an invisible dog after it placed its paws against his shoulders.
Willoughton - Church
Legend - Old Nick
An old folk tale states that by dropping a pin through the keyhole of the church and running around the building seven times, the Devil will be met.
Winceby - Boulder near area known as Slash Hollow
Legend - Old Nick
Moved to the side of the field in 1970
The stone was finally buried by a farmer, who dug a hole next to the boulder and pushed it in. A failed previous attempt had resulted in the Devil appearing who scratched the stone with his claws. The stone was believed to have been placed on top of treasure, however when the stone was finally moved to one said, no treasure (or Devil) was found.
Winteringham - Bottom of Suttons Hill, also known as Hewde Lane, once known as Puddingpoke Lane
This tall male figure appeared at the base of the hill during foggy days. The entity followed one young woman home; she ran into her house and observed the phantom watching her from the road outside before he vanished.
Woodhall Spa - Former Second World War airfield
Unknown Ghost Type
1940s (photo) and 1980s (pilot)
A photograph of a group of airmen revealed a black dog standing at the end of the line-up that was not spotted at the time by neither the photographer nor any of the pilots. It was later suggested the entity was Guy Gibson's pet dog that had been run over a few months before. During the 1980s, a team of engineers working at night spotted a pilot in 'old flying gear' walking along a corridor. One of the team went to investigate, only to find that the pilot had disappeared.
Woodhall Spa - Pine Woods
A man wearing a cloak and a tricorn hat is said to drift through this wooded area. A phantom woman in white and the sound of wailing have also been reported.
Woodhall Spa - The Petwood Hotel
Post-Second World War
The famous team enjoyed drinking here during active service, and it is said they can still be heard drinking here over half a century later.
Wrangle - Rectory
Circa early nineteenth century
This phantom green lady was said, on one occasion, to have left behind a memento in the form of a ring, although what happened to the jewellery is not known.