The High Street, Lowestoft.
Lowestoft - 36 The High Street
Both 35 & 36 reportedly have a grey lady that haunts their cellars - the buildings were once knocked into one but are now currently separate again.
High Street, Lowestoft.
Lowestoft - 55 High Street
Unknown Ghost Type
1974, November 26
Seen only twice, on the same day, this apparition was seen in the upper part of the house. A builder watched her climb the staircase to the second floor at midday, while both the owner and his dog ran from the form when they encountered it at 17:00h.
Rant Score, Lowestoft.
Lowestoft - Former Birds Eye Foods building, Rant Score
Seen by a couple of kitchen workers during the 1970's, the origin of the figure that walked across the room and through a wall is unknown. The area has long been haunted before Birds Eye moved in, mostly from poltergeist behaviour moving around boxes of fish.
Lowestoft - Grange Farm, Henstead
Seen on marsh fields with another horse at night, Tommy died several years previous, though still enjoys grazing alongside his former friends.
Gunton Cliffs, Lowestoft.
Lowestoft - Gunton Cliffs
The ghost, a nun, was once said to haunt a house that stood on the cliff edge, which has now gone. Her form is now seen along the cliffs.
Lowestoft - Jubilee Bridge
A drunken sailor, in a vain attempt to impress his girlfriend, tried his hand at balancing on the handrail of the bridge - he failed, fell and died. It is now said his dying moans can be heard when you stand under the bridge.
Mariners Street, Lowestoft.
Lowestoft - Mariners Street
Rumoured to have once been the site of a priory, this road and the buildings along it have been long haunted by a hooded figure. The ghost was described by some witnesses to be a woman.
Lowestoft - North Deans - Second World War defences
A phantom man dressed in uniform has been spotted here, pointing out to sea.
Lowestoft - North Quay West
Rollahide died in a drunken rage; swinging a weapon at a fellow worker he was playing cards with, Rollahide lost balance and fell into a large pool of cement where he drowned. His ghost is now said to occasionally appear in the area, dripping cement.
Lowestoft - Road running by the church near Corton Caravan Park
Two witnesses in a car were convinced they had run over a man who stepped out in front of their car. Described as wearing a 'Benny' hat and having an unforgettable face, they searched the area but could find nothing.
Lowestoft - Roman Hill Middle School
During a particularly misty day, a pupil at the school reported seeing a figure which walked through the wall of the school.
Royal Falcon Hotel, Lowestoft.
Lowestoft - Royal Falcon Hotel
This hotel featured in several media outlets after a poltergeist outbreak resulted in staff watching glasses move unaided across the bar. One story claimed that the phantom was a monk who had killed himself in the building, and that Room 10 was particularly haunted. To protect himself against any ghost-related injury claims lodged by guests, the landlord took out an insurance policy with Ultraviolet, who were known at the time for their quirky range of financial protection against alien abduction and werewolf attack.
The Anchor pub, Lowestoft.
Lowestoft - The Anchor public house
A figure dressed in monk's garb has been seen in the bedrooms of this building, accompanied by a drop in temperature and gusts of cold air.
Lowestoft - Unnamed shop along high street
While coming down from the second to the first floor, one man passed a woman in period dress ascending the staircase. Only when the man reached the bottom of the staircase did he realise what had happened.