Abbots Bromley (Staffordshire) - Royal Oak Inn
This cloaked, bearded gentleman was seen lurking around the attic and one of the bathrooms. A few unearthly notes from a non-existent music box have been heard in the bar area.
Anstey (Hertfordshire) - Fields around the village, and Devil's Hole cave
Legend - Old Nick
Said to still be playing his fiddle in tunnels under the village, Blind George ventured into the Devil's Hole cave with his trusted dog - the hound ran out, and was found with its hair burnt away, and George was never seen again.
Arbroath (Angus) - Dickmountlaw Farm
Emanating from deep underneath the farmhouse, piping can be heard - a musician named Tam once hid in a nearby cave complex, found himself lost, and is still looking for a way out.
Ardo (Aberdeenshire) - Gight Castle
What is it with inquisitive pipers and tunnels? Playing his pipe while investigating this secret passageway, a man vanished without trace (though, of course, he is now heard).
Aspley (Nottinghamshire) - 124 Melbourne Road
A family fled the building after being subjected to strange sounds, including deafening heart beats and mournful music played by an unplugged organ, and furniture which would move itself around. When a priest tried to perform an exorcism, his holy water threw itself on him.
A fairy playing the bagpipes, surrounded by glowing lights.
Athgreany (County Wicklow) - Stone circle, aka Piper's Stones
Stone still present
Played by the fairy folk, the sound of bagpipes could once be heard emerging from the stones. A tree in the centre of the stone circle is considered to belong to the fairies.
Ballintra (County Donegal) - Cave system known as Pullans
Moonlit nights (reoccurring)
The sound of pipes echoes throughout this cave structure on certain nights, as the ghost of a piper tries to find his way out.
Berwick upon Tweed (Northumberland) - Berwick castle
The ghostly Scot plays his pipes while pacing up and down one of the ruined battlements.
Blaenavon (Gwent) - Former nursing home
While checking out this site, investigators heard a piano and children playing in an empty area.
Bodiam (Sussex) - Bodiam Castle
Unknown, singing heard on Easter Sunday (reoccurring)
This spectre stands on the top of a tower, illuminated by bright moonlight, as if waiting for someone. A child haunts the bridge - the young boy disappears when he reaches the halfway point. More stories tell of phantom singing, music, and words spoken in an unknown tongue.
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.
Bowers Gifford (Essex) - St Margaret's Church
Unknown Ghost Type
Mid twentieth century
A witness reported hearing the organ playing, though they were alone in the church at the time.
Bradfield St George (Suffolk) - Private residence
February 2006, 04:15h
A couple awoke to hear their baby gripe in the adjoining room. Before they could climb out of bed, they heard a strange woman's voice say 'hello' in a maternal fashion, followed by a 'Shhh...'. Bounding into the baby's room to challenge the woman, all that could be seen was the sleeping child. A couple of days later, toys could be heard playing tunes in the loft, although the music promptly ceased when the loft hatch was opened.
Bradford on Avon (Wiltshire) - Fat Fowl restaurant
The piano in the restaurant is said to occasionally play a note or two under its own accord, while cutlery is moved, and doors close by unseen hands.
Brecon Beacons (Powys) - Llyn Cwm Llwch (somewhere around the area)
01 May (reoccurring)
Once a year, a secret door opens here which will take mortals to the fairy realm. The door was once always open, but after a man stole a fairy flower, access was restricted. The area is also home to an old woman who uses music to lure the weak willed into the lake waters where they drown - once she has killed nine hundred people, she will regain her youth and become mortal.
Breedon on the Hill (Leicestershire) - Near the church
Unknown Ghost Type
02 October 2012, approximately 19:00h
A couple sitting close to the church heard loud music, sounding like an ice cream van tune, although nothing was in sight. When the music started a second time, they left the area.
Bridport (Dorset) - Colmer's Hill
Fairy music was once not uncommon in this area. While last heard in 1939 by a group of school children, one hundred years previous it was said a young girl danced herself to death to the tunes.
The ruined Brighton Pier.
Brighton (Sussex) - Pier
January, early 2000s, around 23:00h
While walking along the seafront, two sisters watched Victorian figures walking around and listened to the sound of music and laughter. The seafront was lit up as if daytime, and a young man and a boy walked out to sea along a rope bridge. As the sisters walked away, they realised the scene they had watched was impossible, and turning back they saw only the darkness over the sea. One sister later discovered that there was a chain bridge on the spot which led to the pier, but it was destroyed in 1896.
Brighton (Sussex) - Planet (club)
A former member of staff reported that they and other staff have heard a piano being played when the club is quiet and no one else around.
Tidy Street in Brighton.
Brighton (Sussex) - Private flat, Tidy Street
A friend of the owner was awoken to see the owner's deceased husband standing over the bed. The site was also home to phantom piano music and poltergeist activity in a bedroom.
Bristol (Somerset) - Gardiner Haskins store (former soap factory)
A few spooky events were documented in the local press, including the music from a fairground organ, a disembodied male voice, and the fleeting sighting of a Victorian woman dressed in white. A poltergeist was blamed for moving pots of paint around the site.
Town library, Burnley.
Burnley (Lancashire) - Town library
A piano in a lecture theatre here was seen to play itself and has been also heard several times since.
Burnsall (Yorkshire) - General area
Pam, the local schoolmaster, was killed by the village vicar after refusing to stop fiddling around the area after dark. The vicar covered up the crime by secretly burying Pam's body; within a few weeks villagers began to report hearing Pam playing the fiddle, and some claimed to have seen him, though his head had changed into that of a goat.
Cahir (County Tipperary) - Knockgraffon Motte
Fairies could once be heard making music under this artificial hill.
Cairngorn Mountain Range (Highland) - General area
This author is not sure if this is a joke, but... the Famh is said to be a strange dog/mole hybrid (Dole? Mog?), which possesses a vicious set of teeth and a disproportionately sized mouth. It lurks in the mountain range, shying away from human contact. The area is also haunted by a piper, who is seen standing on the tallest peaks, and is heard playing at night.