Stratford St Mary - Tenterfield
During her ten years of occupancy, this witness stated that shadows would float through consecutive rooms, unnerving those who witnessed them. The building is reputed to have once been a makeshift hospital for injured soldiers.
Sudbury - A1092 between Long Melford and Haverhill
Rosalind Reynolds was abducted from her car by a tall alien with messy blond hair accompanied by several classic greys. She claims that after the event she developed a psychic talent for foreseeing disasters.
Sudbury - Brundon Hall, near Sudbury
Late eighteenth / early nineteenth centuries
This ghost was often seen knocking on a blue slab on the floor in the house before disappearing. Curious owners removed the stone - it led to a vault containing several skeletons and much gold, though no one could explain why the site existed.
Sudbury - Henny Road
28 September 2010, 05:30h
While driving home this witness watched a large black cat, 'as large as a Boxer dog', run from out of a hedge into the car headlights. The creature continued to run along the road for a short distance before vanishing into another hedge.
Sudbury - Mill Hotel
If removed, this cat is said to bring ill fortune to the building and the occupiers. When the cat was first discovered (before the mill became a hotel), it was sold to a nearby shop. The shop burned down, so the cat came back has stayed ever since.
Sudbury - River Stour
This crested monster came from out of the local river and terrorised Sudbury and the neighbouring villages. Eventually, all the townsfolk gathered and chased the beast back into the river.
St. Gregory's Church, Sudbury.
Sudbury - St. Gregory's Church
After Simon was murdered in 1381, the former archbishop of Canterbury's head was removed and buried here after being displayed in the Tower of London. He has reportedly been seen in the church. Simon's shade could also be to blame for the disembodied footsteps that also haunt the church.
Sutton - Sutton Hoo
Once making a frequent appearance, early Anglo-Saxon fighters had been seen on what later turned out to be a large burial mound. A Spiritualist, Mrs Pretty, attended a seance where a black phantom warrior on a black horse with a drawn sword appeared, telling her to dig at the mounds.
Syleham - Marshes in the area
The area around this village was once home to ghostly lights (most likely combusting marsh gas) that danced around at night.
Tangham - Forest
Unknown Ghost Type
Late nineteenth or early twentieth century
A man driving a horse and cart through the woods was startled by the appearance of a white lady on the seat next to him - she vanished as he drove past the last tree of the forest. This story could be an early version of the phantom hitchhiker tales.
A field in Thornham, Suffolk.
Thornham - Field near the camp site
Returning from a penny reading in the reading room, Emma Berry drowned in the village stream. Her shade walks her final route...
Lord Henniker's Gravel Driveway in Thornham, Suffolk.
Thornham - Lord Henniker's Gravel Driveway
Late twentieth century
The present Lord's father told stories of hearing horses and wheels on the gravel driveway; on investigation, there was nothing ever seen.
Thornham Magna - The Four Horseshoes Inn
Unknown when last seen, last activity reported 18 March 2006
Stories of the pair of ghosts in this building date back hundreds of years, though their personal history is unknown. A witness sleeping at the inn reported strange banging waking them up, just prior to their TV set switching itself on.
Thornham Parva - Road heading towards the village
A male witness reported cycling home towards the village at one night when he passed by two hooded figures in monks' garb and a white dog. The two figures raised a hand and wished the man goodnight, but when he directly looked at the pair, the witness realised the inside of the hoods were empty - the monks had no heads.
Off the coast of Thorpeness, Suffolk.
Thorpeness - Off coast
Witnessed by three women sitting on a lawn, this sixty-foot long sea creature with an estimated thirty humps was said to move at great speed.
Tostock - Path on hill leading to the church
Summer, late 1990s
Two people walking towards the church suddenly found themselves unable to walk any further. The sensation lasted for around ten seconds before lifting. A short time later, along a lane past the church, they spotted a bright white light which then illuminated the area around them. Both witnesses ran back to the village.
Trimley St Martin - Field near T junction, wire fence with trees
Mistaken as a local farmer by a metal detector enthusiast, the man in black disappeared when approached.
Tuddenham - Finn Lane
23 June 2011, 10:30h
While walking her dogs, one woman looked behind her to see a cyclist peddling behind her. He wore modern clothing and a cycle helmet. The woman moved to the side of the lane to let him pass, but the cyclist had vanished.
Tunstall Forest - Road cutting through the area
20 April 2004
While driving through the forest, this woman saw a large unidentified cat cross the road ahead of her. She reported it was between 4.5 feet - 5.5 feet in length, including the tail. When it was mentioned to a forest warden later in the day, he said it was not an uncommon report in that area.
Unknown - Off coast
A five foot (1.5 metre) long creature found in the sea was described as having a head like a dog, beard like a lion, tail of a fawn, and four hand-like fins. A contemporary account of the encounter stated the creature was most likely a bearded seal.
Anchor Inn, Walberswick.
Walberswick - Anchor Inn
The Anchor Inn was once home to a noisy spirit. What happened to the entity is unclear.
Bell Inn, Walberswick.
Walberswick - Bell Inn
The fisherman has been seen sitting in the smoking room of the public house, though it has not been recognised as a ghost until it has disappeared.
The coastal village of Walberswick, Suffolk.
Walberswick - General area
The strange high pitched sound known as the Walberswick Whistle is believed to emerge from a nearby group of holes, scaring animals and unnerving people. Different stories attribute the source of the noise to varying legends; the most likely candidate is the wind whipping around underground caverns, though some still believe the whistling are the screams of a woman who became lost in the caves deep below the village.
The river running through Walberswick.
Walberswick - Landing stage of river
Observed by a woman in the 1950's, the young boy and an old man have been watched as they crossed the river on a ferry, disappearing as they entered an unnatural fog bank. They are supposed to have drowned a couple of hundred years ago, while crossing in similar circumstances.
Road running through Walberswick.
Walberswick - Road between the Bell Hotel and the Vicarage, and the beach leading to Dunwich
For four hundred years, a black shuck has been reported in the area, local legend stating that it is the Devil incarnate. The creature has most been recently witnessed by two women during the 1980s; they reported seeing a large phantom dog, black in colour and the size of a calf.