No fixed abode (Shropshire) - Lead Mines
A county hero, Wild Edric is said to emerge from the lead mines where he lives and charge off towards England's enemies when required. Once flesh and blood, it is thought his fairy wife may have had a hand in making him and his troops immortal.
Pontypool (Gwent) - Baldwin's Clog & Legging Mine
Miners refused to work alone after a ghostly figure with a naked light in its forehead was observed tapping the roof and sides of a tunnel. One newspaper claimed the figure could only be seen from one direction.
Risca (Gwent) - Miner's graves near campsite in nearby forest
This area is home to a phantom woman in white and a strange shadowy figure, speculated by some to be a former miner.
Rotherham (Yorkshire) - Silverwood Colliery
Mid to late twentieth century
This phantom miner was seen wearing old overalls carrying a lamp - his most distinct feature was the black space that filled the place where his facial features should have been.
Shirebrook (Derbyshire) - Shirebrook Colliery
Two separate miners reported seeing the glowing form of Wilfred Hales, a worker at the colliery who had died three years previous.
Shirland (Derbyshire) - Mine (closed 1965)
Late October or Early November, 1867
Two miners fled the pit after one of them claimed to have seen a man-shaped ghost. Word spread through the camp and almost 200 men refused to work that day.
St Agnes (Cornwall) - Old mine, Polbreen
This woman who committed suicide near the mine was often seen drifting around the site, and once saved the life of a miner by calling his name, preventing him from being buried by a rock fall.
Stoney Middleton (Derbyshire) - Sallet Hole Mine
Wayne Anthony, in Haunted Derbyshire and the Peak District, writes that an elderly gentleman in flat cap and long coat takes his dog for a walk around the mine. The apparitions quickly vanish when seen.
Swansea (West Glamorgan) - Morfa Colliery
As if attempting to warn against the incoming disaster that killed 87, the days leading up to the event bore witness to screams and cries coming from the mining tunnels, and visual reports of miners who had previously lost their lives.
Teversal (Nottinghamshire) - 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.
Grime's Graves, Thetford.
Thetford (Norfolk) - Grime's Graves, prehistoric flint mine
Legend - Old Nick
The name 'Grime's Graves' is thought to have come about in the sixteenth century, Grime being a corruption of Grim, a pagan god that Christians associated with the devil.
Towednack (Cornwall) - Old mine known as Wheal Sperris
The mine had a reputation of being home to spirits, but the finer points of the haunting are not known.
Weardale (Durham) - The North of England Lead Mining Museum - formally the killhope lead mine
Three ghost hunters wanting to raise money for charity tried to spend the night here, only to be scared off by screaming of a ghostly woman from a nearby wood.
Wharfedale (Yorkshire) - Greenhow Lead Mines
The sounds of mining could often be heard here, even when no miners were down the shafts.
Whitehaven (Cumbria) - Unnamed old mine
A supervisor due to be fired took his replacement deep into the mine where they were both overcome by poisonous gases. Their arguing voices could be heard for many years afterwards.
Ysbyty Ystwyth (Dyfed) - Llwyn Malees mine
14/15 (or 7/8) July 1884
A glowing light which appeared to flit around an office was witnessed by several people after dark. The following night, the light returned even brighter, and this time a woman and two men could be seen moving around the building. Nothing occurred on the third night. It was debated whether the 'ghosts' were paranormal entities or three people playing a joke.