Aberdeen (Aberdeenshire) - Aberdeen Central Library
The East of Scotland Paranormal Society investigated this building and claimed to have heard footsteps, whispering, and the sound of a bell.
An old postcard showing Aberdovey in Wales.
Aberdovey (Gwynedd) - Off coast
Swallowed by the sea, church bells belonging to a town lost off the coast here can still be heard on quiet evenings. They say that at low tides one can see sunken tree trunks.
Aberdyfi (Gwynedd) - Off coast
Weather Dependent: Calm nights
The bells of a church which was swallowed by the sea can sometimes be heard when the weather is right.
Off the coast of Aldeburgh, Suffolk.
Aldeburgh (Suffolk) - Coast
Circa nineteenth century
Much of Aldeburgh has been taken by the sea, leading to the belief that the bells from sunken churches could sometimes be heard under the waves.
Alderwasley (Derbyshire) - St Margaret's Chapel
Though disused, locals have reported singing and bell ringing from this aging chapel.
Armboth Fell (Cumbria) - Thirlmere Lake
31 October (reoccurring)
The echoes of phantom bells have been heard coming from beneath the waters here.
Barlinch (Somerset) - Barlinch priory (now ruins)
When the priory bells were removed from the site, the Great Bell did not want to leave its location. Eventually the bell was dragged away (after a single unhappy peal) by man and ox to its new home in Exeter Cathedral, where it promptly cracked once mounted.
Bedford (Bedfordshire) - Willington Manor
The sounds of footsteps and the soft ringing of a bell haunt this old building.
Off the coast of Blackpool.
Blackpool (Lancashire) - Off the coast
Weather Dependent: stormy nights. Last heard 21 May 2013?
A town lost off the coast of Blackpool many years ago, the bells can be heard ringing on stormy nights. The bells may have last been heard by a mother and daughter walking near Sandcastle Water Park.
Blaenporth (Dyfed) - General area
Before a death in the village
If the phantom bell is heard to ring three times at midday or midnight, someone of importance is due to die.
Blanchland (Northumberland) - Abbey grounds
Killed by a group of bandits, the monks of this abbey can occasionally be seen drifting across their land. The phantom pealing of the abbey bell accompanies them.
Borley (Essex) - Church
Unknown Ghost Type
Music, crashes, thumps, bell ringing and footsteps have all been reported emerging from the church after it has been locked up for the night. A local tale involves the coffins in the Waldegrave family crypt mysteriously moving on their own accord between the times the tomb was opened.
Borth (Dyfed) - Off coast
To the west of Borth, off the coast, lays the lost land of Cantre'r Gwaelod, a walled country which sunk after a prince forgot to close the flood gates. The bells are said to ring in times of danger, and the lost land was reputedly spotted under the sea in 1770 by William Owen Pughe.
An old postcard of Boscastle.
Boscastle (Cornwall) - Off coast, close to Forrabury Church?
Weather Dependent: Stormy weather
Bells made for this church were cast and blessed, but as the ship carrying them approached the church, the captain claimed that he, not God, had transported the bells safely. A storm suddenly blew in, sinking the ship and taking the bells to the bottom of the sea.
Boscastle (Cornwall) - Smugglers Cottage
Last heard late twentieth century?
The tolling of a phantom bell said to either foretell a shipwreck in the area, or the sound itself comes from an old sunken ship.
Bosham (Sussex) - Bosham Creak
When Danish raiders took the bells from the church, they pushed the Lord too far - he sunk their boat, and now the bells can be heard ringing in celebration.
Braidwood (Lanarkshire) - Wooded area between Braidwood and Crossford, near St Oswald's Chapel
A monastery once stood near these woods, and even though it has long since vanished, the bells can be occasionally heard ringing out and a ghostly monk walks between the trees.
Bridgnorth (Shropshire) - Croft Hotel
A mystery woman in black is said to haunt the dining room. Bells have been heard ringing in other parts of the hotel after dark.
Parochial Offices in Brighton.
Brighton (Sussex) - Parochial Offices, Princes Street
The sound of a ringing bell would be heard on the top floor of this building, normally by a caretaker who was alone on site. Another witness claimed to have seen a woman on the staircase waving a handbell.
Bristol (Somerset) - Safestore, Ashton Gate
A customer and his parents at the facility heard bells ringing and echoing around the corridors - they spent some time trying to find the source of the discordant sounds but failed.
Broadway (Hereford & Worcester) - Middle Hill wood
Second World War
A set of church bells were hidden in the forest during the Reformation and forgotten about. They are said to ring at night, and were heard during the Second World War, a time when bell ringing was illegal.
An old postcard of Bude, Cornwall.
Bude (Cornwall) - The Castle
A gardener spotted a shadowy figure in the locked building, which vanished after he gained access. The bell of the HMS Bude which hangs on site supposedly rings unaided.
Greyfriars Priory, Bungay.
Bungay (Suffolk) - Greyfriars Priory
The sound of plainchant has been heard coming from the ruins of the old priory, accompanied by the ringing of bells that have now been long gone.
Burford (Oxfordshire) - Burford Priory & Old Rectory
Bell at 02:00h (reoccurring)
The phantom monk is only one of several spooky occurrences at this site; another is an unearthly bell that makes itself heard at two every morning, and the dead gamekeeper who patrols the area with his rifle.
Burrator Reservoir (Devon) - Under water
An old village was submerged when the reservoir was constructed in 1898. The church bells are supposed to occasionally still ring.