An old postcard showing La Hougue Bie on Jersey.
Grouville - La Hougue Bie
Local lord Seigneur de Hambye killed a dragon in the marshes close to here but was then murdered by his squire. The squire took credit for killing the monster, and claimed the beast had killed de Hambye, but not before his former master requested that the squire marry his widow. Fortunately, the squire would sleep talk, and it was not too long before the truth slipped from his lips in the marital bed. He was hanged for murder. Seigneur de Hambye was buried under La Hougue Bie.
An old postcard showing St Aubin on Jersey.
St Aubin - Unknown House (no longer standing)
The owner for this long gone house would murder French immigrants, their screams being heard around the neighbourhood, although the locals were too afraid to do anything about it. When the murderer finally died, the screams would continue to be heard around the area, until the house was demolished.
An old postcard showing St Brelade on Jersey.
St Brelade - Coastline
The coastline here was once highly fertile until a group of wreckers lured several Spanish ships close to the shore. All the ships hit the rocks and sank, but not before a Spanish captain shouted out a curse that condemning the wreckers and the future of the land. A year to the day later, a massive wave hit the area, drowning all the wreckers and washing the topsoil away and replacing it with sand.
St Brelade - Parish church
Legend - Old Nick
The church was going to be built over a mile away, but the workmen awoke the day the construction was due to start and found their materials had been moved closer to the sea. The men spent the day moving everything back to the original spot, but after the materials were once again moved the following night, the church was constructed where it now stands. The jury is divided on whether God, the Devil or fairy folk were responsible.
St Brelade - Smugglers Inn
A ghostly woman in black is said to still haunt this building.
St Clement - Off the Coast
A story says that people of the parish would hide at low tide when the sounds of a huge bull would be heard rampaging along the coast. A sceptical local fisherman investigated the sounds and discovered the noises were created by the sea pouring into a rock formation.
From the book The History of Witches and Wizards, 1720.
St Clement - Rocqueberg, rocky outcrop
Legend - Old Nick
The area was reputedly the meeting place for witches and for summoning the devil. A footprint left by the devil is said to be still visible on a rock.
St Helier - Broad Street
Mid twentieth century
A soldier dressed in ceremonial uniform was observed by a policeman walking into a door of an empty property and vanished.
St Helier - Conway Street and New Cut
Mid twentieth century
A policeman spotted a figure wearing a raincoat walk out of New Cut who looked a little strange. The policeman followed the figure as he walked and turned into Bond Street, but as the policeman turned into the road, the figure had vanished.
St Helier - House along St James Street
A widow and her daughter were reported to have experienced some classic polt antics, including objects being thrown across rooms and a cold presence in the daughter's bedroom.
St Helier - House along St Johns Road
1930s and 1940s
This house was said to be so haunted by strange smells and sounds that no one would live in it for long. German forces took over the property in the 1940s, but once again, soldiers would move out within a few months of taking up occupancy. By the time people moved back in during the 50s, the haunting had ceased.
St Helier - House along Winchester Street
The ghost of a teacher was briefly seen in the house where she lodged by a family member who had briefly moved back.
An old postcard showing St Helier on Jersey.
St Helier - Off the Coast, heading towards Minquiers
It is said that in 1551 all the church bells in Jersey were removed and shipped to France. Unfortunately, they did not make it; the vessel carrying the bells sank shortly after departing. It is now said that anyone who hears the bells while out at sea will not be returning to land.
St Helier - Property along Beresford Street
This property was said to be haunted by an unpleasant elderly woman who perched herself on a chair at the top of the staircase.
An old postcard looking down at the bay of Bonne Nuit, Jersey.
St John - Bonne Nuit
Anne-Marie and William were lovers, but a sea sprite had also fallen in love with Anne-Marie and planned to kill William. The creature transformed itself into a white horse and waited in William's stable. William however had dreamt that the horse was dangerous, so when he mounted the creature in the morning, William ensured he had a branch of mistletoe upon himself. Sure enough, as William rode his horse close to the beach, the creature galloped into the sea to drown him. William whipped out his mistletoe and struck the sprite, turning it into a rock which remains to this day. Probably.
St John - Lavoir des Dames
The fairies which were believed to live bathe here would strike anyone blind who spotted them. The area is also said to be home to spooky noises, although the source is unknown.
An old postcard of a river running through Waterworks Valley on Jersey.
St Lawrence - Waterworks Valley
Once a year, on an unconfirmed night, a team of six horses draw a coach containing a faceless bride. During her lifetime, the bride is said to have jilted at the altar, resulting in her suicide a short time later. Now in death her ghost drives around the area looking for the man who betrayed her.
St Martin - Geoffroy's Leap (aka Geoffrey's Leap)
Geffroy was thrown off the cliff by a crowd for an unknown crime but survived the fall and swam back to land. The crowd argued whether to throw Geffroy back off or let him go. Geffroy volunteered to jump off, but the second time he died on the rocks below. His ghost is said to haunt the area regretting his error.
An old postcard showing Mont Orgueil castle on Jersey.
St Martin - Mont Orgueil castle
One charity ghost hunt at this castle channelled the spirit of William, executed in the seventeenth century for a murder that he did not commit.
St Martin - Private residence in region of St Catherine's Wood
07 November 2016
A man sitting on the bed noticed a woman who he assumed was his girlfriend also sitting on the edge, wearing a black dress. A few moments later, his girlfriend walked into the room... The witness was reportedly not scared by the incident, and found it calming.
An old postcard showing the Devils Hole on Jersey.
St Mary - Devils Hole
Legend - Old Nick
A wooden devil figurehead from a ship once stood here, and although the first was stolen and burned, a modern replacement exist. Although some modern tales relate the crashing of the sea from the holes to legends, there is little to suggest people ever thought the noise was related to the Devil.
St Ouen - Greve de Lecq, rocks known as the Paternosters
Weather Dependent: Prior to a storm
A ship on route to Sark collided with another boat and sank with all on board drowning. Several of the dead were children, and it is said that these youngsters can now be heard moaning when a storm front is moving in.
St Ouen - Rue à la Pendue
La blianche femme, or white woman, is reputed to haunt this road. She gave chase to a local man in 1900, who had to take shelter in a house close by.
St Ouen - Vinchelez Lane
Phantom soldiers were said to haunt this lane.
Old postcard of Bouley Bay in Jersey.
Trinity - Bouley Bay
Weather Dependent: Prior to a storm (last seen 2008)
This dog, sometimes dragging a large chain, is said to appear before the area is hit by bad weather. Writer Linda Corby claimed that three of her friends had seen this large black hound a few hours before the Great Storm of 1987 (although there may be a more mundane explanation), while in 2008 a car full of people were chased by a black shadow accompanied by the sound of dragging chains.