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.
Didlington - Church
14 November 1956
A local policeman reported the bells of the locked church rang 25 times, marking the anniversary of the death of a landowner. The officer entered the church to investigate, finding the bell rope swinging, but no one there.
Dilham - Depression in the ground known as 'Seager-ma-hole'.
Two churches were said to have been built in the village, although one sunk into the earth.
Diss - King's Head public house
The young daughter of the landlord was said to be in constant conversation with this phantom woman. The parents believed her to be an imaginary friend, until the landlord saw a green, hazy image of the ghost, who said 'I will not harm you'. Bumps and bangs would also be heard, but only when the child was offsite.
Diss - Private residence
An occupant was terrified one night by heavy footsteps walking the upper part of the property while they were downstairs. The footsteps were heard descending the staircase before stopping, only to restart walking in another room upstairs. Once the sun came up the occupant dared to go upstairs and found nothing disturbed.
Ditchingham - Halfway between Ditchingham and the Maltings
While returning home late one night, a male witness saw a large black dog walking along the same path towards him. He stepped into the middle of the road to let it pass, only to see it disappear once close to him.
Ditchingham - Waveney Valley Area, Ditchingham Hall
Appearing at early in the morning, the history of the red man is unknown, though at least one witness said that they felt as if he had killed someone. A ghostly woman has also been seen in the building, waking a guest by playing with her hair.
Docking - Outskirts of the village
1969, around midnight
Driving home from his shop, as Robin Peck approached the village his van's engine cut out. He climbed out of the vehicle and as he lifted the car's bonnet, Robin realised that this hair was standing up. It was then Robin realised that a glowing, saucer shaped object was hovering around ninety metres away. After a short while, the object darted away, and the van started working again.
Downham Market - Moat Farm
Reports at the end of the nineteenth century claimed that screams and shouting echoed across the fields around moat farm, and that a spooky mist often shrouded the area.
Downham Market - Private residence, Barroway Drove area
October - November 1982
This property featured in the local media after a rector was summoned to bless the home. The family moved out after a child had watched his bedroom drawers open and close unaided, while other family members had seen furniture and crockery animate. The blessing would appear to have been successful as the family moved back soon after.
Downham West - Bridge Stores
A ghost hunter claimed to have detected eight ghosts at the shop and attached house (although only tracked down five or six of them).
East Dereham - Between village and (former) RAF Swanton Morley
Cycling from his home towards the RAF base, John Harries was stalked by a black dog. The hound stopped when Harries stopped, although it vanished when Harries reached the base.
East Dereham - Cinema at the Corn Exchange
While converting the basement into a bar, builders spotted a figure in black which mysteriously vanished behind a column. It was said that some workers refused to work on the site alone.
East Dereham - St Nicholas's Church
This holy well formed after the saint's body was stolen by monks acting on the orders of the Abbot of Ely.
East Harling - Pilgrim's Meadow
With its location now covered now covered by trees, this mythical treasure is unlikely to be found any time soon.
East Rayham - Raynham Hall
November 1926, photographed 1936
Said to have starved to death after her children were taken away, Dorothy Walpole is now reported to walk the corridors of the house. Her spirit is reported to wear a brown silk dress and have empty eye sockets. Photographed by Country Life magazine, this ghost has since become world famous. The Brown Lady is also said to warn of the approaching death of the owner of the building.
East Rayham - Raynham Hall - Stone Parlour
Never seen and only 'felt', the spaniel's footfalls can be heard moving about the corridors. The Stone Parlour is haunted by a little girl in a frock (nothing is known about her origins), while the Duke of Monmouth haunts one of the bedrooms.
East Rudham - Vicarage lawn
Manifestation of the Living
Observed by several witnesses, the vicar was seen returning home after a period abroad. As it turned out, however, the vicar did not return home until several weeks later.
East Runton - Railway Embankment
19 February 1964
Following up reports of a large cat, the area was combed by police with dogs; nothing was ever found.
East Runton - Runton Heath, between East Runton and Aylmerton
Manifesting on dark stormy nights, this shuck brings death to those who see him within a year.
East Ruston - Butchers Arms public house
Customers have reported seeing a figure standing by a wine cabinet, while items have thrown themselves off shelves and an unseen hand has poured glasses of wine in the kitchen.
East Somerton - Church of St Mary (ruins) and tree known as the Witch's Finger
Perhaps a recently created piece of folklore, one story says that a witch with a wooden leg was buried alive in the church; from the leg grew a tree and the church fell to ruins soon after.
Eccles-on-Sea - Coastline off Eccles
05 August 1936, evening
Observed by the Mayor, a MP and four other people, a creature twelve metres long moved like a worm on the surface of the water. One witness estimated the speed to be up to ninety miles per hour.
Elsing - Belaugh Wall, between Elsing and Bawdswell
Midnight, though date(s) not known
This decapitated phantom on his steed is said to ride along the wall before leaping over the stonework on the stroke of midnight.
Emneth - Lonely Cottage
For a period of several years, the building was plagued by the standard poltergeist activities; doors and windows opened, household appliances were mysteriously turned on, and ornaments moved and were often found broken.