Burgh Castle - Roman castle
27 April (fighting) (reoccurring)
Once a year the sounds of clashing swords and Roman and Saxon screaming can be heard in this area. Another ghost reportedly observed here during dark nights is a figure that plummets from the ramparts.
Burgh Castle, Norfolk.
Burgh Castle - Ruined Castle
The shuck is known locally as Old Scarfe, named after the Baron Rudolf Scarfe who was a thirteenth century villain who lived near the castle. Old Scarfe haunts the castle grounds and the Yarmouth Road, his single eye glowing red and yellow.
Burgh St Peter - Bridge
A ghostly coach is driven across the bridge in the village, although to whom it belongs is unknown.
Burgh St Peter - Church
Legend - Old Nick
02 May reoccurring (skeleton appears)
The builder of this church is said to have sold his soul to finish the construction. The Devil is said to still wait for the soul due to him, while the old man's shade lurks protected within the church grounds. There is one report that says the builder now takes the form of a clothed skeletal figure and appears once per year.
Burgh St Peter - River Waveney
Once a year (reoccurring)
Captained by a thief, this boat is said to be rich in stolen gold. It appears once a year, though sources do not appear to know the exact date.
Buxton - Bridge
19 May (reoccurring)
A ghostly coach and four passes over this bridge once a year. It is said to be driven by a headless Sir Thomas Boleyn and is one of eleven bridges that he passes over on the night of his daughter Anne's execution.
Buxton - Churchyard
While passing the church, a man saw a large black dog. He reached out to pat the hound's head, but the creature disappeared into thin air. The man later learnt that his brother had died at the exact moment he saw the dog.
Caister-On-Sea - Caister Castle, one mile west of Caister-On-Sea
Warning of a death in the family
Warning about the encroaching death of a family member, a horse drawn hearse driven by a headless horseman passes through the gates of the castle and circles the courtyard seven times.
Caistor St Edmund - Caistor Hall Country Club
1965, around 16:00h
While stopping at the club to pick up a coat, Stanley Taylor watched an object hovering in the sky. He said it was the shape of a rugby ball and around the size of two double-decker buses. The dull silver object gave off a hum and, with a sudden 'whoosh' flew off, quickly becoming a dot in the clouds. Another person nearby was said to have heard the sound but did not witness the object.
Cantley - Road into village
Emerging from a deep pit near to Cantley, this headless spirit on horseback rides off towards the nearby village.
Castle Rising, Norfolk.
Castle Rising - Keep area
Cold winter nights (reoccurring)
Edward III held his mother here for twenty seven years - she was accused of assisting in the murder of her husband Edward II in 1328. Rumoured to have lost her sanity towards the end, people have heard her laughter and screams on cold winter nights. More recently, witnesses have reported the eerie sounds of children playing and singing nursery rhymes.
Cawston - Duelling Stone at Crossroads
A duel once fought here can occasionally be heard re-enacted many years later.
Claxton - Exact location not known
09 June 1996
A large brown alien cat was reported in this area in 1996.
Colney - West of Norwich - Breckland, beyond Colney. Church
Unknown Ghost Type
Two women visiting the church described how the atmosphere quickly became dark and frightening. One blamed witchcraft.
Coltishall - Bridge
19 May (reoccurring) (coach)
A ghostly coach and four passes over this bridge once a year. It is said to be driven by a headless Sir Thomas Boleyn and is one of eleven bridges that he passes over on the night of his daughter Anne's execution. A headless Black Shuck is also reputed to cross this bridge once per night.
Coltishall - General area
The black shuck which walks this area is instantly recognisable as the creature is missing a head.
Corton - St Bartholew's Church
A local legend says that a man who once jumped from the tower can still be heard screaming as he plummets towards the ground.
Costessey - Presbytery
This monk was doomed to search the library for a book in which he had scribed a confession.
Cliff paths around Cromer, Norfolk.
Cromer - Cliff Paths
Many people have reported seeing the black shuck in this area of Norfolk, with the local populace claiming the creature is the ghost of a dog whose master drowned just off the Cromer coast.
Cromer - Off coast
Weather Dependent: Prior to storm
The church of Saint Peter is reputed to exist off the coast of Cromer, where a town called Shipden once stood before being taken by the sea. The church bells could be heard ringing just prior to a storm.
Off the coast of Cromer, Norfolk.
Cromer - Off the coast of Cromer
A local child befriended a 'stray' black dog and took the creature swimming in the ocean - while out over deep water the dog changed into a human and tried to drown the youngster. Another version of the tale states the dog does not transform, by merely barks and growls, preventing the child from swimming back to land. In both versions, the child is saved by the intervention of sailors.
Cromer Pier, Norfolk.
Cromer - Pier
Late twentieth century / 2000s
An Irish impresario, Condon's shade has been reported at the Pavilion Theatre, located on the pier, while ghostly members of a lifeboat crew have been reported on the wooden boards outside.
Crostwick - North Walsham road, Crostwick near Norwich
A large cat quickly ran off after being seen standing around seven metres from a witness.
Croxton - Road between Croxton and Thetford
A murdered gamekeeper whose body was hidden in a ditch is said to receive a phantom procession. A phantom hearse and pallbearers emerge from where the corpse lay and travel down the road a short distance, before turning around to return the gamekeeper to his ditch.
Dickleburgh - Wooded area
A hanging white woman was said to haunt this piece of woodland, her dress always blowing in the wind to her left.