East Stoke - Churchyard
The angel that stands in the churchyard is said to weep real tears.
East Stoke - Area around the river
Thought to be mercenaries from the War of the Roses, these ghostly troops joined the losing side and were stripped and humiliated for their efforts.
Edwinstowe - St Mary's Church
The wedding of Robin Hood and Maid Marian is said to have taken place in this church.
Edwinstowe - Road between Edwinstowe and Ollerton
A ghostly cyclist is reputed to suddenly appear in front of moving cars, passing through them before vanishing.
Edwinstowe - Major Oak, Sherwood Forest
Tree still present
It is widely believed that Major Oak, the largest oak in England, was used by Robin Hood to hide from his enemies.
Edwinstowe - Redbrick House restaurant
1989 / 1990
A man with long hair and a long coat has been spotted standing outside this restaurant at various times of the day and night.
Elksley - A57
A bus driver and conductor reported hitting a dark, non-human shape that screamed on impact with their bus. Coming to a halt, they both searched the road and surrounding area but failed to find whatever they thought they had run over.
Gonalston - Gonalston Mill (now a block of flats), and nearby bridge
Before being converted into residential housing, the building had a reputation of being haunted by the children who died working in the mill. The sounds of the children are also said to be heard under the bridge.
Great Markham - Vicarage
The site was said to be haunted by the ghost of an unknown woman. The haunting ceased after a skeleton was found in the garden during building work and the remains formally laid to rest.
Gunthorpe - Unicorn Hotel
Late twentieth century
A ghostly little girl is said to haunt room number seven, pulling the covers off the bed if she takes a dislike to the occupant.
Gunthorpe - River Trent, riverside road leading to West Stockwith at the end of Commonpiece Lane
This light coloured feline was the size of a pig and was said to have vanished when a local man tried to kick the creature.
Halam - Valley southeast of village
24 December (reoccurring)
The buried village of Radley is hidden somewhere in this area, and long vanished church bells can be heard on Christmas Eve.
Harlow Wood - Road from Mansfield to Nottingham passing by the area
This young lady was robbed and murdered along the road two hundred years ago - her killer (Charles Rotherham) was caught after he tried to sell her shoes. Her ghost appears if anyone touches the small stone memorial which marks the spot she was killed. According to some reports, Bessie's surname is spelt Sheperd or Sheppard.
Hawton - Road across the bridge
A fisherman encountered a spectral Cavalier passing over the bridge on horseback. The entity faded away.
Holme - St Giles Church
A woman who survived the Great Plague but who then starved to death, Nan is said to scurry around the churchyard or can be heard moving around in the upper part of the church.
Hucknall - Seven Stars public house
A member of staff reported feeling a tap on the shoulder when no one was near here. The public house was investigated by the Ghosts of Nottingham team. They speculated that the building may be haunted by Second World War servicemen who were killed by a bomb while staying next door.
Hucknall - Yew Tree public house, Nottingham Road
The East Midlands Paranormal group reported that the pub is haunted by frightened children and laughter.
Huthwaite - Mill Lane
This elderly gentleman is said to walk down the lane using a stick for support.
Huthwaite - Library
Occasionally seen wearing a grey silk Victorian dress, this female ghost is more likely to generate the sensation of being watched.
Keyworth - South Wolds school
There is a myth that a teacher working at the school during the 1960s killed herself by leaping from a third floor window. At least one former student based at the school has reportedly heard the re-enactment.
Kimberley - Field close to the water tower
Pushing their bike up the field, this witness paused to take in the view. Looking back the way they were walking, they spotted a horse-sized black dog ahead. The creature ran along a hedge at the top of the hill. The witness took their eyes from the dog for a moment, during which it vanished.
Kimberley - Disused buildings on the hill leading into Kimberley, Main Street (private property)
A teenager with a group of friends exploring the sheds on the site spotted a man wearing a high visibility jacket standing in a doorway. The teenager pointed the figure out to the rest of the group, but they could not see anything. They all left the site. About a month later, the teenager returned with another friend, and realised that the doorway in which the man had stood did not exist. The witness was later told that a friend's father had encountered a ghostly man along the road close to the sheds. The man appeared to be 'normal', until he suddenly vanished as the witness walked close.
Kirkby - The Dumbles
A man walking his dog reported seeing a grey coach being pulled by two grey horses. Two grey men sat driving the ghostly vehicle.
Kirkby in Ashfield - Kirkby Castle (foundations remain west of church) and woodland
Two people walking through this area heard a fight between a large group of men, though nothing could be seen.
Kirkby in Ashfield - Duke of Wellington public house
Various landlords at the pub are said to have come down in the morning to find the furniture rearranged or thrown around, even though they heard nothing during the night.