Bowerchalke - Kit's Grave, crossroads at Vernditch
A woman who drowned herself in a well is said to be buried at this crossroads. The surrounding area is reputed to be devoid of birdsong.
Bowerchalke - General area
This man became lost in a snowstorm and was found dead of exposure the following day by fellow villagers. His voice is occasionally heard on the wind, crying out 'I want to go home'.
Bowerchalke - Churchyard
Unknown - most likely to be seen in the early hours
A phantom procession of monks reportedly haunt the churchyard.
Bowerchalke - Between village and Woodminton
Headless horses can be seen, and fierce fighting can be heard - the area was the site of a battle between Roman legionnaires and the Britons.
Bowerchalke - Crossroads south of the village
The woman only known as Kit is buried at this crossroads after committing suicide nearby. Her shade is still reported here, and it is claimed no birds sing in the area.
Bowerchalke - Bowerchalke Down, aka Marleycombe Hill - Applespill Bridge area
Seven ghostly men carrying a gold coffin have been reported crossing the bridge - a local legend says that a coffin made of gold was found and stolen from a nearby barrow. Another ghost carrying a bag of jangling coins also walks the area, normally following people around.
Box - Shockerwick bridge
This blue Morris Minor appears without warning, forcing drivers to collide with it, though no impact occurs.
Box - Railway tunnel
The sounds of a phantom locomotive echo along the tracks in this tunnel.
Bradenstoke - Abbey
This phantom black monk is accompanied by a dog of similar colour.
Bradford on Avon - Fat Fowl restaurant
The piano in the restaurant is said to occasionally play a note or two under its own accord, while cutlery is moved, and doors close by unseen hands.
Bradford on Avon - Beehive Inn
This incorporeal woman has been reported in various parts of the inn.
Bradford on Avon - Ilford Manor
The sound of a young person humming and quiet whispers have been heard in the building. A blonde haired girl with a blue dress was briefly spotted by one witness.
Bradford on Avon - St Lawrence's Church
In the early twentieth century a priest watched a group of people in medieval clothing moving around the church, though normally only one figure is spotted at any one time. In 1992, a group of tourists photographed and videoed a glowing white shape in the church, though they were unaware of its presence at the time.
Bradford on Avon - Iford Manor
A copy of the Geneva Bible is also known as the Luck of Iford. It was said that if the book were removed from the manor, the building would fall into the nearby River Frome.
Bratton - Unknown road in the area
A phantom horse drawn funeral procession occasionally passes by the area.
Bratton - Flower Farm (demolished 1967)
This ghostly woman was said to be quite evil, and resented visitors to the farm. She wore dark clothing and preferred to haunt the staircase.
Braydon - Ringsbury Camp
The camp is another place nominated as the site where the Battle of Mount Badon was fought, between Arthur and the Britons, and Anglo-Saxons.
Braydon - Former forge, renovated to become a private house
Early twentieth century?
The former village smith, named as John Aldridge, was seen outside this house by a group of young people. They described him as wearing working clothes and carrying a large sack which was slung over a shoulder.
Bremhill - Maud Heath's Causeway
Named after the woman who paid for the causeway, Maud sometimes returns to walk the path she invested her money into.
Broad Blunsdon - Road near the 'Fork-ed Elm'
Mid twentieth century?
Two men driving past this spot encountered a white figure standing by the roadside. Though the figure had long hair, they could not define the sex, and the most striking aspect of the entity was it appeared to float thirty centimetres above the ground.
Broad Hinton - Crown Inn
At least three people reported having their ears twisted by an invisible presence.
Bromham - Battle House
Late nineteenth century?
Little is known about this ghostly young man, other than a former owner, Mrs Starkey, said that the entity resembled her son when he was younger.
Bulford - Stone along a bend in the River Avon (stone no longer present)
A stone on the riverside was considered cursed, and it was believed could not be removed (until it was).
Bulford - Road through the village
This ghost moves from a driveway and crosses the road without any consideration towards oncoming traffic. One lorry driver was convinced he had struck a real woman, only to pull over and see her pass through a barbed wire fence.
Cadley - Fields between village and Marlborough
A black dog may haunt this area.