Beaminster (Dorset) - Bell Farm
The witness, a farmer, reported seeing two figures, one a young boy and the other a woman wearing a long white dress, standing in a field by his livestock. When he shone his flashlight at the people, he could see that the woman had eerie pink eyes. Filled with fear the farmer did not move until the figures disappeared towards the local graveyard, after which the witness ran home.
Beccles (Suffolk) - Park near Roos Hall
An oak tree standing in the park is said to be haunted by those once hanged there (including a woman in white), and that the Devil can be summoned by walking around it six times.
An old postcard of Aberglaslyn Pass at Beddgelert
Beddgelert (Gwynedd) - Aberglaslyn Pass
A witness watched the little people playing merrily in the water at the pass. Nearby is the grave of Gelert (the dog that was mistakenly killed by its master after saving a child from a wolf) where the hound's ghost has been reported. Finally, the ghostly woman in white who haunts the area is an ill omen, with death said to follow a sighting.
Bedworth (Warwickshire) - Bedworth Road, aka Rabbit Lane
Seen 2005, 28 May 2012, 16 December 2012 (01:15h)
A woman left traumatised after being attacked along the road later committed suicide. Her phantom is said to stand by the roadside, waiting for a lift. One witness who spotted her said she wore a long white dress, possibly a nightdress, and had long black matted hair. Another driver heading towards Astley in May 2012 said she spotted a figure on the roadside with her hands against her face which was holding a dreadful expression. Two more witnesses in December 2012 described a figure standing by the road with long black matted hair, although this time the figure was dressed in black.
Belaugh (Norfolk) - Riverside
24 August (reoccurring)
A woman in a white dress is said to wait for her Viking lover by the riverside.
Bentley (Hampshire) - Jenkyn Place Vineyard
A former housekeeper, Mrs Waggs is said to haunt this location. Another phantom, a woman in white still loiters in the garden, and finally an unseen coach pulls into the driveway.
Biel (Lothian) - Lady's Walk, in grounds of the mansion
Anne has been named as the white woman who walks along the path which bears her name. She spent many months walking this path after discovering her husband's infidelity after his death at sea.
Bilston (Staffordshire) - Greyhound and Punchbowl public house, was once Stow Heath Manor House
Prior to becoming a public house, the staircase of the manor house was haunted by a woman in a white gown. While it is not clear whether the ghostly woman remains, more recently a baby has been heard crying and mild poltergeist activity reported.
Binfield (Berkshire) - Billingbear House
This house was haunted by a white lady before it burnt down. One room was transported to Pace College, Manhattan, and is said to contain a ghost (whether it is of the lady is unknown).
Birchingham (Kent) - Court Mount Hotel
Said to be quite pleasant to watch, this beautiful wraith in her white dress disappears into a bedroom wall. The sounds of phantom footsteps have also been reported.
Birmingham (West Midlands) - Warstones Lane Cemetery
Though seen wearing several different sets of clothing over the past fifty years, this young girl with blonde hair is thought to be Victorian and has a habit of passing through parked cars.
Bishopston (West Glamorgan) - Old Manor House
A white lady that manifested at this location was said to be accompanied by loud crashing sounds. Poltergeist activity was also reported. The spirit was exorcised by twelve clerics.
Blandford Forum (Dorset) - Exact location unknown
A child told her mother that she had seen a white woman drifting towards the house. Her mother dismissed the claim, until they received word that her father had drowned around the same time as the sighting.
Blandford Forum (Dorset) - Army Base
This figure dressed in white is reportedly a nurse raped and killed near the barracks - her shade has been observed floating around the area, her facial features almost blank.
Blanefield (Stirling) - Blane Valley Inn?
This phantom lady is said to haunt the area surrounding the bar, although her presence is more likely to felt then seen.
Boltby (Yorkshire) - Road leading into village
June 2012, around midnight
One witness in a car reported seeing a white woman wearing an old fashioned party dress, although the woman's legs disappeared below the knee and the face was blurred. The witness said it was like watching a 'replay', and although the witness's car headlights did not illuminate the figure, the woman was visible against the darkness of the environment.
Borrowstounness (Lothian) - Kinneil House
Circa nineteenth century
A phantom white lady is said to haunt the house, throwing herself from the roof and occasionally heard stomping on the staircase. She has been variously named as Lady Alice or Ailie, Lilyburn, Lilburne or Lillieburn.
Millhams Lane, Bournemouth
Bournemouth (Dorset) - Millhams Lane, and surrounding Longham area
February (reoccurring); last confirmed in 1970s, but legends say she continues
The area around the A348 bridge is reportedly haunted by a ghostly white (or grey) woman, killed when hit by a horse and trap along the road. One story says she tries to entice men to jump off the bridge.
West Howe Baptist Church, Bournemouth
Bournemouth (Dorset) - Outside West Howe Baptist Church, on the corner of Holloway Avenue and Anstey Road
A lady dressed in a white gown floated across the road before disappearing through a wall which led to a garden.
Bradford on Avon (Wiltshire) - Beehive Inn
This incorporeal woman has been reported in various parts of the inn.
Bray (Berkshire) - Braywick House
Said to occur every seven years, but exact date unknown
A ghostly, upset white lady is said to enter the house from the front door, drift up the stairs to the east window in the attic and throw herself out. The building is also reputedly haunted by an Elizabethan gentleman.
Brecon (Powys) - Caer Bannau
This woman in white was said to have been a princess - anyone who carried the ghost to a nearby churchyard could put her soul to rest.
Bretherton (Lancashire) - Bank Hall
Unknown Ghost Type
April / May 2011
A male witness at the gate of this building spotted a lady in a white dress, walking her dog in the distance. The witness turned momentarily and when he looked back, the figure and dog had vanished - there was nowhere for them to have disappeared to. The same witness reported that several years previous he had heard someone whisper his name at the hall, even though the nearest person was some one hundred metres away.
The Brighton Dome Theatre
Brighton (Sussex) - Brighton Dome (theatre), New Road
Seen by actors as they rehearse, the phantom lady is described as wearing a long white dress wearing bouffant style hair. A soldier dressed in a red tunic, the sound of disembodied footsteps and the rattling of chains also haunt the building.
Brighton's Sussex Arms pub
Brighton (Sussex) - Sussex Arms public house
Nothing is really known about this phantom white lady, and it is questionable whether she still exists.