Alcester (Warwickshire) - Whispering Witch shop
As well as the tutting lady, this show is reputedly haunted by something in the basement which pushes and pokes visitors.
Banbury (Oxfordshire) - Co-op Travel Shop, White Lion Walk
An entity here locks the toilet door, creates the smell of toast, and knocks files of documentation from the shelves.
Basingstoke (Hampshire) - Stockroom
A worker reported seeing a black shape a stockroom. On other occasions, the same worker sensed a presence which wanted the person to leave.
Belfast (County Antrim) - The Irish Linen Mill (currently a print shop)
A known hoax which claimed a woman named Helena fell on the basement stairs and was dead before she hit the bottom step.
Betws y Coed (Clwyd) - Anna Davies countrywear store
Poltergeist activity was said to have started by in the 1960s, with a ghostly woman wearing a cape manifesting some twenty years later. In 2011, one of the owners claimed that a shoe landed in front of him after being launched from a display stand.
Bicester (Oxfordshire) - British Heart Foundation charity shop
Staff at the charity shop reported hearing voices and spotting a strange mist. Chairs would be found moved and lights which had been switched off were found turned back on.
Birmingham (West Midlands) - Kang's Discount Store
There were supposedly several witnesses who watched as a lollypop floated up and moved itself out of this shop.
Bognor Regis (Sussex) - The Old Vicarage, Sudley Road
A curse was placed on this building after the vicar attempted to stop local smuggling activities. The building no longer stands, but the area (which now has shops built on top) is still said to be unlucky and haunted by the sounds of footsteps.
Bramley (Surrey) - (Former?) antique shop, High Street
This shop has a former doorway out the front which is now sealed up - a phantom girl is said to stand there.
Brecon (Powys) - The Welsh Bookshop, The Struet
This entity dressed in eighteenth century clothing vanishes through a wall and emerges in the building next door.
Brentwood (Essex) - Gateway food store, Chapel High
A young man working here claimed to see a hooded figure in the storeroom, floating half a metre above the ground - it vanished as he touched it.
Ape record shop, Brighton.
Brighton (Sussex) - Ape (formally Lawleys), North Street
A former manager is said to have seen three phantom nuns in this property. The entities reportedly glide across the floor before vanishing through the back wall.
Brighton (Sussex) - Bears and Friends (no longer present), Meeting House Lane
A phantom grey-haired man wearing a knee length coat was said to have made a few appearances here during the 1990s.
A Brighton Eatery along Old Steine.
Brighton (Sussex) - Eatery along Old Steine
Late twentieth century
The basement of this building is said to be haunted by the phantom of a young girl who died in a fire on the site. The ghost is also reported to haunt the building which backs onto this location.
Brighton's former Debenhams store.
Brighton (Sussex) - Former Debenhams store, Western Road
Said to have been spotted by staff and customers, the phantom nun wearing a white habit and black cloak would vanish up a stairwell. The east end of the building was a convent.
Brighton (Sussex) - Guitar, Amp and Keyboard (GAK), North Road
CCTV taken in the shop showed a ghostly shadow moving across the floor. Cameras also recorded guitars gently swaying from side to side and an item falling off the wall with nobody close by.
Location of the shop 'John Beal and Son' before it closed, in Brighton.
Brighton (Sussex) - John Beal and Son (no longer trading), East Street
This figure, most likely to be a monk, appears after dark and is said to lack a face.
Brighton's Upper Rock Gardens.
Brighton (Sussex) - Junk Shop, Upper Rock Gardens (no longer exists)
This naked, disfigured female phantom was said to have been murdered in the building's basement by her insane husband. A private house in the same area is home to the benign presence of an elderly woman.
Brighton (Sussex) - Selby Jewellery (no longer operating)
Several items inexplicably shattered in the shop during a short period, including plates, a sliding door, and a watch.
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.
Bristol (Somerset) - Greyhound Hotel (no longer standing - replaced by the Galleries Shopping Centre)
The hotel which once stood here was said to be haunted by a ghost named Charlie. It is not known whether the spook now frequents the new building on site, the Galleries Shopping Centre.
Bristol (Somerset) - Kings Chase Shopping Centre, Regent Street, Kingswood
Several shops in this centre were affected by a brief poltergeist outbreak. Events included small items moving by themselves, the sounds of footsteps and rustling, and a kettle turning itself on.
Bethesda Street, Burnley.
Burnley (Lancashire) - Electrical store (no longer present) along Bethesda Street
Late twentieth century
Reportedly built on the site of a graveyard from which some bodies were not moved, several spooky occurrences have been reported in this shop, including doors opening without human intervention, exploding light bulbs, and apports.
Burton upon Trent (Staffordshire) - Chemist shop, exact location withheld
Unknown Ghost Type
A woman in this chemist 'screamed the shop down' after seeing a man in grey rags and dirty long hair who held his arms out and made guttural sounds which she did not understand. The figure vanished and the witness was given a chair and a glass of water by staff who waited for her to calm down.
Bury St Edmunds (Suffolk) - 38 Buttermarket, currently a bookshop (was the Suffolk Hotel)
Mid to late twentieth century
Reportedly connected via underground tunnel to a long gone priory, monks have been reported creeping around the sight.