Threlkeld (Cumbria) - Threlkeld Place
The home of a skull with history unknown, the relic returned home despite several attempts by the property owners to dispose of it. They finally stopped trying and bricked up the skull behind a wall.
Tunstead Milton (Derbyshire) - Flagg Hall
The home of another screaming skull, the building would echo with the sounds of cries and moans if the morbid item were removed.
Whaley Bridge (Derbyshire) - Tunstead Farm, located at Combs Edge, between Whaley Bridge and Chapel-en-le-Frith
Dicky is the name given to the skull that resided in the farmhouse (now thought to be buried on the grounds). The ghost of a girl that appeared in the 1880's was blamed on Dicky, as was the large black dog that followed locals around the farmland after dark.
An optical illusion from the nineteenth century book Spectropia
Whittlesford (Cambridgeshire) - Barrows (no longer present)
Unknown Ghost Type
These prehistoric barrows were destroyed to make room for farmland, though one story states that one farmhand found and removed a human skull from the site, only to have the rest of the skeleton visit him during the following night, demanding the return of its head.