The site of the Battle of Naseby, Northamptonshire.
Naseby - Sky over site of the Battle of Naseby
14 June (reoccurring)
Reported less frequently now, but for one hundred years after the battle, locals would sit on the nearby hills and watch the battle occur once again, complete with the sounds of men screaming and cannons firing. A photograph taken by the Northampton Paranormal Group on this date in 2008 may show a phantom soldier, though nothing was seen when the image was taken.
Northampton - Auctioneers Public House, Market Square
A former landlord and his wife reported hearing the cries of children and the smell of burning timber - it is speculated that this ghost sighting relates to the Great Fire of Northampton, when in 1675 the buildings around Market Square were burnt to the ground.
Northampton - Between Spinney Hill and Bailiff Street
Driving back in daylight from shopping, this witness and the driver of another car had to break hard after a tall figure stepped off the kerb and crossed the road. Once it reached the other side, the figure vanished.
Northampton - Birchfield Road East (private house), and 330 Wellingborough Road (Trends furniture shop)
This cabinet, sold to a house along Birchfield Road East, was quickly returned to the shop after the owner said that the figure of a woman dressed in 1930s clothing materialised several times by it. Similar occurrences happened at the shop after the cabinet came back.
Northampton - Black Lion public house
Many of the pub's owners have reported lights that turn themselves on and off and pets that refuse to go into the basement. A misty man with a black dog was spotted in one room and a phantom woman was encountered on the stairs.
Northampton - Bulwick Rectory
16 July 1850
Black rain fell on the rectory, twenty four hours after the building had been shaken for an hour by a loud rumbling.
Northampton - Commercial building, Sixfields area
A witness heard footsteps sprinting towards their position, but when they turned around, no one could be seen. The sound of the footsteps continued to echo around the area for several seconds after they had ceased.
Empty building near Market Hall, Northampton.
Northampton - Empty building near Market Hall
There have been several reports of the sounds of people moving around this building in the dead of night, even though it remains totally boarded up.
Grosvenor Centre, Northampton.
Northampton - Grosvenor Centre
Built on the site of an old monastery, it was perhaps inevitable that the building would become haunted by the figure that has been seen by cleaning staff after shopping hours.
Northampton - House at 18 Horsemarket, no longer standing
This lady, dressed in black lacy dress with white gloves, was seen several times over a fifty year period.
Northampton - Hunsbury Hill Country Park
A couple out walking their dog after dusk encountered a tall man wearing a long coat and carrying a flickering lantern. One of the couple spoke to the man but received no reply. The couple turned to each other and then back to the man, but he had vanished.
Northampton - King William public house (aka the King Billy)
An elderly lady has been reported walking along the main corridor in the upper part of this pub. The Northants Haunted group conducted a seance on site, revealing that six spirits remained in the building, one of whom had the initials JG.
Northampton - Kingsland Avenue
While waiting at a crossroads, a witness watched a man in a cap and Plus-fours breeches, ride past on a penny farthing cycle. The cyclist faded away.
Northampton - Notre Dame Convent School
A former teacher at the school, this shade now walks knee deep across a hall that was raised after her death.
Northampton - Old Jolly Smokers public house, no longer standing (was located at 25 The Mayorhold)
Accompanied by the smell of incense, this brown hooded figure haunted the pub before it was demolished.
Northampton - Private flat, St Michaels Road
One resident reported a presence in a room, while knives and forks would swing on their stand without reason. Footsteps would also be heard, and doors would open on their own accord.
Northampton - Private residence, Abington area
1980s, always during winter
A former resident that the winter months would be haunted by scratching from the bottom of the staircase, bangs from the basement, and doors which would open themselves.
Royal Theatre, Northampton.
Northampton - Royal Theatre
No theatre would be complete without at least one shade, and this female entity is blamed whenever the electrics play up or props are moved.
Shipman's Pub, Northampton.
Northampton - Shipman's Public House
A former landlord who took his own life in a 'horrific manner', Harry can be heard walking above the heads of the locals as they sip their pints.
Northampton - St Giles' Church
A schoolboy and his friends spotted the upper half of a 'foggy grey' figure in front of the alter, moving towards the windows of the church. The witnesses all fled.
Northampton - Wheatsheaf Hotel
Appearing to King Charles I twice before the Battle of Naseby while he stayed in this hotel, Strafford tried to give the King advice concerning the upcoming battle. Charles I ignored it, and lost the fight. A public house in Daventry also lays claim to this event.
Wig & Pen pub, Northampton.
Northampton - Wig & Pen public house, Saint Giles Street
Unknown Ghost Type
Late twentieth century
The entity in the basement rarely manifests on the upper levels and is happy to scare any dogs that try to enter its domain.
Orlingbury - No exact location given
Jack of Badsaddle is said to have killed the last wolf in the county in an intense hand-to-paw battle in the village. Jack won but died of shock after the fight by drinking icy water.
Orlingbury - Roads in the village
Recklessly driving his coach around the country roads, Lord Wolfage vanishes once he reaches the bridge.
Oundle - Drumming Well, Drumming Well Lane
Prior to historical event
This mysterious loud drumming sound has been heard emanating from the well, a prelude to days that shall go down in history - it is documented the beating was heard during the Great Fire of London, the death of Charles II, and the death of Cromwell. The well is currently covered.