Hartlepool (Durham) - The Coble fish and chip restaurant, Tower Street
The local press reported that owner Ray Morton and other members of his team had experienced several spooky events, which included watching a large man walk through a wall and having electrical items switch themselves on and off.
Haworth (Yorkshire) - Haworth Parsonage, surrounding moor land, the path to Bronte waterfall, and former Weaver's Restaurant
19 December (reoccurring)
The famous abode of the Bronte Sisters, it is Emily who now haunts the grounds, her head bowed as in deep thought and meditation. She suddenly vanishes of anyone who comes too close. The apparition may appear several days either side of the date given.
Eastgate Mall, Inverness
Inverness (Highland) - Eastgate Mall, Laura Ashley shop and Pizza Express restaurant
Blown light bulbs and fuses are all blamed on the shade of a former worker on the site, as are the movements of the doors when they open and close unaided.
Kegworth (Leicestershire) - Cottage Restaurant
A female ghost (or at least a presence) is said to haunt the ladies' toilets.
Black Horse restaurant, Lincoln
Lincoln (Lincolnshire) - Black Horse restaurant
Wearing a long dress, this phantom woman caused one cleaner to run away terrified. The ghost has also been seen standing outside the building - the witness this time described the woman has having a blurry face. The pub is also reportedly plagued by general poltergeist behaviour.
Browns Pie Shop, Lincoln
Lincoln (Lincolnshire) - Browns Pie Shop - restaurant
Staff have nicknamed this young phantom lad Humphrey. He occasionally appears to run around the shop. A young girl is also said to haunt the building, as is the sound of money being counted.
Jew's House Restaurant, Lincoln
Lincoln (Lincolnshire) - Jew's House - restaurant
Reports from this establishment claim the phantom footsteps can be heard on the staircase, while the top floor and attic are said to be particularly haunted. One witness reported hearing voices in the passageways and pots and pans being moved around in the empty kitchen.
An old postcard showing the Littlehampton marina
Littlehampton (Sussex) - The Seahorse, floating restaurant in the marina (no longer exists)
In the first year of opening, several spooky events occurred in the Seahorse, including the manifestation of a short gentleman near the staircase who disappeared when approached.
Llanelli (Dyfed) - Thomas Arms restaurant and hotel
Hotel owners Christine and David Evans claimed in the local press that they had experienced strange sounds and had bowls which had flown off surfaces. Websites carried footage of something moving around on CCTV, although looking more like something small and close to the lens rather than paranormal in origin.
Moreton in Marsh (Gloucestershire) - Moreton's pub & restaurant (was Cross Hands Inn)
December 2008 and into 2009
A ghostly woman, quick temperature drops and electrical appliances which switched themselves on were reported in the pub after a car crashed into the building.
An old postcard of Ross Castle
Mountnugent (County Cavan) - Ross Castle and Ross Restaurant
Sabrina, daughter of Richard Nugent, also known as the Black Baron, and Orwin were killed as they tried to elope and escape family politics in the days of old. En route, Orwin drowned and Sabrina died a few days later of a broken heart. Their ghosts haunt the area and may manifest in the form of screams and unnatural cold winds. The Black Baron's ghost is also reputed to haunt the area.
Nottingham (Nottinghamshire) - Jesse's Restaurant
This building is reputed to be haunted by the sound of footfalls heard moving around in empty rooms.
NW3 (Greater London) - Turpin's Restaurant
The ghost of a woman strangled by the fireplace was said to haunt the area where she died.
Padstow (Cornwall) - Rojano's restaurant
Unknown, possibly twenty-first century
This location is said to be haunted by a former owner of the property. The ghost was said to have once thrown a barrel down a staircase.
St Petroc's, Padstow
Padstow (Cornwall) - St Petroc's (currently a restaurant)
Rawlings is said to have committed suicide in the nineteenth century when faced with being forced to move out of her home. Her pale, slim form is said to haunt the staircase and kitchen.
Peterborough (Cambridgeshire) - Prezzo Italian restaurant (was O'Connell's public house)
The phantom woman dressed in Victorian era clothing is not alone here - the building is also home to a ghostly male figure dressed in eighteenth century garb.
Customs House, Poole
Poole (Dorset) - Customs House (currently a restaurant)
Carter was a gang member who sold several of his smuggling friends out - when the remaining members discovered Carter's betrayal, they murdered him. Carter is now thought to haunt the upper part of the building.
Ringwood (Hampshire) - Four Seasons restaurant (since renamed)
Seen gently rocking on a chair, this old woman dressed in grey clothing vanished when approached by one witness. Former staff at the building also reported seeing the entity.
Romsey (Hampshire) - Palmerston Restaurant
Late twentieth century
Seen by staff in the upper parts of the building, Charlie is described as an elderly man with bright white hair.
Royal Tunbridge Wells (Kent) - Binns Restaurant
Dressed in grey clothing, this phantom matron is said to sit by a window on the first floor.
Royal Tunbridge Wells (Kent) - Chalet Arosa restaurant (currently Springs)
Twice, a figure wearing a carpenter's apron has been observed on the site. During the second sighting, the figure vanished into a wall.
SE9 (Greater London) - MacDonald's restaurant
Built on the site of an old United reformed church, this fast food establishment is said to have a haunted basement which was once a crypt. Some staff have reported encountering an entity, though what it is has not been disclosed.
South Shields (Tyne and Wear) - Barr Porter / Thai Udon Kitchen (restaurant), Dean Road
Warned by a former owner that the place was haunted, Alex Barr and Lee Porter opened their new restaurant and soon heard strange knocking coming from the upper part of the building. A visiting psychic claimed the site was home to three entities - Margaret, a young boy named James, and a monk. A photograph taken in a venue room purports to show a ghostly figure.
Sunbury on Thames (Surrey) - Castle Restaurant
A small figure in white has been witnessed moving between the kitchen and living room of this building.
Torrington (Devon) - Puffing Billy restaurant and B&B (former station)
Both a former stationmaster and his wife are said to haunt this old station, which (at time of writing) is a guest house and restaurant. The female ghost is said to have been heard walking around, moving towards the room where her children once slept.