Wellow - Red Lion public house
The Red Lion is reputed to be home of two ghosts. One is of a young boy who drowned in a well in the cellar, while the other presence is said to be a former customer who had nowhere else to go!
West Bridgeford - Lady Bay public house
1970s / 1980s
This cloaked gentleman would be quite commonly seen in the car park, though he has not been seen now for many years. One witness said the figure looked like a monk but had no face.
West Stockwith - Intake Lane
This canine entity with eyes as large as saucers is said to roam the fields around the lane.
Wigsley - Control Tower
Post-Second World War
There are a few reports (or rumours) of the faint tapping of Morse code coming from this empty building. A driver who passed the tower in the mid-1990s briefly spotted an airman in beige along the road.
Winthorpe - Lord Nelson public house
This phantom soldier was observed to pass through a bedroom wall. Phantom footsteps have also been heard, and beer taps turn themselves off in the cellar.
Worksop - Blyth Road, near Hodsock Priory
11 May 1991
A black dog with glowing red eyes standing taller than a Great Dane was encountered by a woman driving home. The creature appeared to be dragging something large across the road, although the witness was not sure what it was. Distracted by something else for a few moments, the woman turned back to look at the hound, only to find it had gone.
Worksop - Canal north of priory, known as the Canch
This phantom girl wearing a long pale dress was pulled from the canal waters during the late nineteenth century. She now walks along the bank, fading from view as she approaches a bridge.
Worksop - Clumber Park
Jennet's ghost is sometimes seen walking the park, dissipating into mist if approached. She wears a long grey coat, or a brown cloak.
Worksop - Lion Hotel
Alice hanged herself after having her love rejected by the owner of the hotel during the 1800s (or thereabouts). Her preferred area of haunting would appear to be in the older parts of the hotel, in particular Room 201.
Worksop - Mr Straw's House, National Trust property
Late twentieth century
The contents and furnishings of this building have changed little since 1932, when Mr Straw senior died. His son kept the place unchanged, and when he died in 1990, the building became an instant museum. However, the footfalls heard walking about after all the visitors have left are thought by staff to belong to Mr Straw.
Worksop - Private residence, Grafton Street
2007, a three to four week period
For a short period, the occupier of this home was subjected to footsteps running up and down the staircase, mirrors swinging, doors being slammed and items vanishing, only to reappear a few hours later where they were originally left.
Worksop - Private residence, King Street
For a period of eight years this building was subject to poltergeist-like activities, including lights switching themselves on and off, the toilet self-flushing, doors opening, the sound of footsteps in empty rooms, and small handprints appearing on the walls.
Worksop - Scratta Wood
The woodland is said to be home to dancing blue lights that emerge once the sun has set - it is not clear what these lights are locally thought to be.
Worksop - Unknown house, was in an area of land called New Building Ground
This poltergeist littered the floor with hot coals and threw kitchen items around - the events appeared to centre themselves on a teenage girl called Eliza Rose.
Worksop - Worksop Priory - church tower
Unknown (but reoccurring between 01:00h - 04:00h)
This entity is said to jump around on the roof of the building, before fading away. Some say that this figure is not a woman but a man. The blue woman has also been observed drifting around the grounds of the priory.