Sookholme - Sokeholme Hall (no longer standing)
Early nineteenth century
A room by the name of Lukin's Garret was said to be haunted by a member of the family who took their own life.
South Muskham - Crow Lane, between village and Bathley
Nineteenth century, and 1910s
A black dog would often appear along this road, trotting by the side of horse riders and motorcyclists.
Southwell - Admiral Rodney
Several previous landlords are said to have encountered the phantom nicknamed 'Ball Room Charlie', who takes the form of a man with a beard.
Southwell - Bramley Apple public house
An unseen hand is said to periodically stop the flow from the barrels in the cellar.
Southwell - Hearty Goodfellow public house
Two witnesses heard the laughter of a young boy in the pub, even though no one else was present at the time.
Southwell - Road between Southwell and Oxton
25 December (reoccurring)
Beneath a small valley located between these two places is the town of Raleigh, swallowed up by an earthquake in 1185. A local legend says the church bells can sometimes still be heard on Christmas Day.
An old image of King Charles the First.
Southwell - Saracen's Head Inn
King Charles I is said to have used this building as a hideout whilst on the run, and his phantom now appears in the King Charles Suite. Another man, sporting a powdered wig, also haunts the building, as does a woman in eighteenth century dress.
Stapleford - Deacon House (former carpet shop)
The upper part of the shop was said to be haunted by Herbert; his presence accompanied by the smell of lavender. A photograph taken in 2019 was said to show Herbert's face on a wall, manifesting in a damp patch, although it's more than likely just a case of pareidolia.
Strelley - Church
Ettie has been named as the ghost that walks around the churchyard.
Sutton in Ashfield - Forest Glade (former school, now industrial units)
Owners of a textile unit reported encountering a young girl wearing Wellington boots. One member of staff who spotted the ghost reported that the entity said, 'I do not want to go', before vanishing.
Teversal - Silverhill colliery
An Inspector travelling underground alone spotted a cap lamp in the distance which remained always just ahead of him. Later, while sawing planks for the gate end team, the man said his job suddenly became easier when it felt like someone was helping him saw by pulling and pushing the other end of his equipment. Startled, he let go of the handle only to see the saw complete another two strokes by itself.
Thorney - Lanes in the area
March 1806 onwards
Tom was hanged after murdering his wife on their wedding night. His phantom is said to still walk or ride around this area.
Thrumpton - Thrumpton Hall
The phantom Cavalier is reputed to haunt the saloon and the grand staircase areas.
Thurgarton - St Peter's Church
This phantom has been observed walking towards the church before suddenly vanishing from sight.
Thurgarton - Station Cottage
Several ghostly children were reported as haunting here before the occupiers were replaced by automatic crossing barriers. Footsteps were also hear around the building.
Thurgarton - Thurgarton Priory and nearby village road
Little remains of the twelfth century priory, other than the phantom monks that have been reported. One driver was convinced he had run over a real person, until the robed figure stood up and faded from view.
Tollerton - Area near airport
Dozens of witnesses reported seeing a large cat that resembled a lioness, though no hard evidence was ever produced.
Tuxford - A614 (Nottingham bound side) near gate to farmers field
Late summer, 1987
Three people riding scooters all spotted a figure dressed like a gamekeeper standing in the mist at the gate leading to a field. The figure wore old style clothing and had only a dark shadow where his face should have been.
Tuxford - House close to A6075
One occupant of the house awoke to see a shadowy human-like figure at the end of her bed. She shouted out; the figure floated diagonally across the corner of the bed and through the closed door. All three occupants of the property had also heard an old fashioned music box playing. The source of the tune sounded as if it moved from room to room when searched for.
Warsop - Colliery
A chock fitter encountered a green light and a youthful face that terrified him while in the pit. The fitter later spotted a photograph in the canteen, showing the figure he had met - the youth had died in an accident ten years previous. There were other reports of three figures walking together, though they always disappeared without warning.
Warsop - Meadows surrounding the rectory (now a housing estate)
Before being turned into a housing estate, these meadows were supposedly home to a phantom man who left no footprints in the wet grass.
Warsop - Rectory (no longer standing)
This rectory and the surrounding area were haunted by a former occupier, though since its demolition the ghost has fallen quiet.
Watnall - Nuthall to Moorgreen road, just before the Royal Oak public house
A witness on a motorbike narrowly avoided hitting a woman who crossed the road on a bend. Turning around to shout at the woman, the witness then realised she was floating across the road.
Welbeck - Creswell Crags
In 2019, dozens of witches' marks were (re)discovered in the caves. The apotropaic marks are likely to date back hundreds of years and used to trap evil forces and protect people nearby.
Wellow - Durham Ox public house
This phantom woman, named as Miss Clements, was said to have been killed in 1857 by a cart driven by the son of the landlord.