Brantham - Slough Road
1986, around 22:00h
A brother and sister watched a large round metal looking object with blue and red lights around the sides hovering over the field opposite their home. It was stationery for around three minutes, before disappearing in a flash.
Bruisyard - Bruisyard Hall
Little is known about the nun which was once said to haunt the hall.
Bungay castle, Suffolk
Bungay - Bungay castle
Unknown Ghost Type
Humbled after taking part in a failed rebellion against the king, Bigod was forced to pay a great deal of gold to keep his castle. His shade has returned to show his resentment, sometimes taking the form of a black dog.
Bungay castle, Suffolk
Bungay - Bungay castle
Believed by some to be the headquarters of Old Shuck, the ruined castle is still avoided at night.
Greyfriars Priory, Bungay
Bungay - Greyfriars Priory
The sound of plainchant has been heard coming from the ruins of the old priory, accompanied by the ringing of bells that have now been long gone.
Bungay - King's Head public house
It maybe that the ghost from the nearby Three Tuns has relocated, or that the creaks heard within the building are just because it is old...
Bungay - Road between Ditchingham and Bungay at Lions Grave
Reported by at least one driver, a coach with a team of horses haunt the road, seemingly charging at incoming traffic and turning away at the last possible moment. One version of the tale says the coach is either seen or heard, but never both.
St Mary's church, Bungay
Bungay - St Mary's church
04 August 1577
Appearing on 4 August 1577, the same date as the Blythburgh report, a black dog entered the church during a storm and killed several people. Some believe the dog still patrols the area.
The Druid's Stone, Bungay
Bungay - St Mary's Priory, churchyard
Believed to be at least a couple of thousand years old, the large, rounded stone is rumoured to have been used by druids. Local legend states you can summon the Devil by dancing around it twelve times.
Ye Olde Three Tuns pub, Bungay
Bungay - Ye Olde Three Tuns public house
An investigation by a medium revealed this building was haunted by 24 ghosts (!), one of whom was Mr Rex Bacon, a highwayman from the eighteenth century whose base of operations was the inn.
Bures - Exact location not known
The local church gives the account of how a local dragon that was immune to arrows was finally chased into the marshes where it vanished. A virtually identical tale exists from nearby Wormingford.
Bures - Field outside village
Two witnesses watched a large cat as it chased two deer across a field. They could see the mud flicking up from the feline's feet as it ran. The witnesses searched the area and found a large paw print, twice the size of their retriever.
Burgh - Bath Slough, a boggy pool near the town
A white dog the size of a bullock frequented this area.
Burgh - Location near the main road, once known as 'Skeleton Hole' or 'Skellet Hole'
After a heavy rain fall, the sound of a ghostly woman could be heard washing her pots.
Burgh - Road (once?) known as Whitefoot Lane
This lane took its name from the ghost with pale white feet that walked along it.
Bury St Edmunds - 38 Buttermarket, currently a bookshop
Mid to late twentieth century
Reportedly connected via underground tunnel to a long gone priory, monks have been reported creeping around the sight.
Bury St Edmunds Abbey and Cathedral, Suffolk
Bury St Edmunds - Abbey and Cathedral
Late 1980s (monks), Cardinal in summer 1975 or 1976
Spectral monks have been seen gliding around the ruins of the abbey, also in the shops along Abbeygate Street. One witness encountered a Cardinal while walking around the ruins with her husband - he gave her a warning before vanishing. Despite the reported sightings, it was claimed the story was first created by a police sergeant during the 1960s and planted in the local press.
Bury St Edmunds - Buildings on the Angel Hill
While it is unclear whether the Grey Lady reported all over Bury is of the same entity, more sightings are said to have occurred of a grey female form in buildings on this hill.
Bury St Edmunds - Bury St Edmunds area, in a thick wood
No further information.
Cathedral Cottages, Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds - Cathedral Cottages
The spinster Enid Crossley told her friends at work that the figure of a monk had crossed her bedroom and sat on the end of her bed. This occurred several times while she lived there. Witnesses from other cottages have also reported the figure.
Bury St Edmunds - Coppice running alongside Horringer Road
Two children playing in the coppice spotted a man approaching them. The figure wore a black suit with a bowler hat and carried a walking stick. He could have been mistaken for a regular man, other than his face was completely devoid of features. The children hid up a tree until the figure passed.
Cupola House, Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds - Cupola House
This lonely figure has been seen sitting in the front bar, shying away in a corner.
Former fire station, Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds - Fire station (no longer operational, currently a bank)
Disembodied footsteps were reported coming from empty parts of this fire station.
Bury St Edmunds - Howard estate, heading towards Fornham St Martin
21 April 2007, 09:27h
The Ministry of Defence confirmed that Suffolk Police had handed over a report of four black spheres which one person had seen moving across the sky in formation.
Manor House Museum, Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds - Manor House Museum
Reportedly resembling a 'normal' family visiting the building, this gang of ghosts disappear without trace... Other figures from the buildings past also frequent the corridors and halls, including a couple of servants and a young child.