Thirlmere (Cumbria) - Armboth Hall & Thirlmere lake
31 October (reoccurring), Wedding party occurs
After a murder of a newlywed bride, this house was left to fall into ruin. Some people reported that a glowing candle could be seen moving past various windows, while others say a wedding party occurs. The Hall is now lost below the waters of the flooded valley of Thirlmere Lake, which is home to a phantom dog which swims through the water.
Torbay (Devon) - Off Coast of Churston Ferrers
What could have been a mirage, someone reported that the landscape along the coast had totally changed. The witness almost fell over the edge of the cliff, mistaking the phantom landscape as real.
An old woodcut of a ram attacking a well-dressed gentleman
Tuamgraney (County Clare) - Wooded area
31 October (reoccurring)
This wooded hollow is particularly haunted around Halloween, when it is said to change into dense woodland with demonic creatures, including a red eyed dogs and rams.
W2 (Greater London) - St George's Field, area near Marble Arch
A witness living near here reported looking from a window to see dozens of people standing around the scene of an eighteenth century execution. The Bayswater Road area is also said to be haunted by strange shadowy figures which quickly disappear once seen.
Wareham (Dorset) - Hills around Creech Grange
Several thousand men were said to have been seen in the area, the sound of battle filling the air. The event is said to have been witnessed by around one hundred people.
Warminster (Wiltshire) - Cley Hill
Varies: 31 October & 02 November (reoccurring)
Several witnesses have reported seeing large burning fires on the hills, with figures dancing around them, talking and singing loudly in an unrecognised language. When investigated, there is never any evidence of the fire or figures. A legend says the hill was created by the Devil, who threw down a pile of dirt on the spot after being led to believe that it would take him several years to reach Devizes.
Winchcombe (Gloucestershire) - Belas Knap, a long barrow situated above the town
One visitor to the site stated she looked across the fields and watched a group of monks approaching the barrow. She left for a few minutes, and on her return realised that the field now looked different; shorter grass, fewer trees, and the figures had vanished. The area around the barrow is locally acknowledged to be 'strange'. The road running by Belas Knap is said to be haunted by a blue figure which unnerves drivers as it steps on into their paths.