Black Swan Inn, York.
York (Yorkshire) - Black Swan Inn
Seen descending a staircase in the building, only the lower part of this male body appears. Two other spirits can be found in the bar area; that of a workman wearing a bowler hat (dressed in Victorian clothing) and a lady in a white dress who watches the fireplace.
Cock and Bottle Inn, York.
York (Yorkshire) - Cock and Bottle Inn, Skeldergate
Thought to be the Royalist and alchemist George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham, this ghostly figure, with black wavy hair and a large nose, has been spotted in the public house. The building was built on the top of a site once owned by Villiers, which would explain his reluctance to leave.
Five Lions pub, York.
York (Yorkshire) - Five Lions public house (now Watergate Inn)
Early twentieth century
This figure has not been seen for many years, and her history is all but forgotten.
York (Yorkshire) - Guy Fawkes Inn
The birthplace of Guy 'Guido' Fawkes is perhaps unsurprisingly haunted by the man himself, although what form he takes is not really known. Two children who died of cholera are also reputed to lurk around the site.
Old White Swan Inn, York.
York (Yorkshire) - Old White Swan Inn, Goodramgate
The haunting is said to be centred around one of the fireplaces and is variously described as a presence or a group of shadowy figures who laugh amongst themselves. One theory is that the entities are a group of catholic priests planning to escape to France, although whether their escape plan was successful is not known. The pub also featured in the local press in November 2018 after an unconvincing ghost photograph came to light.
York (Yorkshire) - Small graveyard along alleyway by the Cock and Bottle Inn
The imprints of the old walls of a demolished church can still be seen on the grass - many have said that they feel a sense of calmness when standing inside the outside.
Snickleway Inn, York.
York (Yorkshire) - Snickleway Inn, Goodramgate (was the Angler's Arms public house)
Seen as she waits on the staircase, this entity is said to radiate peace and love. She met her death when a horse and cart delivering beer ran her over just outside the pub. The ghostly presence reported down in the basement is much more sinister and has been called evil by previous landlords. Finally, a phantom cat may rub itself against the legs of visitors.
The Olde Starr Inn, York.
York (Yorkshire) - The Olde Starr Inn, Stonegate
Another building which once housed injured Civil War troops, the basement is said to be the place where amputations occurred, which explains the sound of cries and screams. Two black cats are also reported to haunt the pub, and an old woman has been seen on the stairs.