Salisbury - A30
A highwayman by trade, Boulter was hanged for his troubles. His phantom is said to run along various parts of the A30.
Salisbury - Cathedral
Convicted of murder and executed, Lord Stourton was hanged in the marketplace and buried within the cathedral. A noose was left over his grave. The noose was removed at some point during the eighteenth century, but it is said to occasionally reappear.
Salisbury's former Debenhams.
Salisbury - Debenhams' department store (no longer operational)
Late twentieth century
Executed in the fifteenth century, the headless apparition of the duke terrified a British Telecom employee working on the site - he refused to re-enter the building.
The Haunch of Venison.
Salisbury - Haunch of Venison public house
Random days between 11.30 & midnight (footfalls), white lady unknown
The footfalls may belong to the owner of a severed hand which was discovered behind a secret panel within the pub. This ghost is also held responsible for moving dirty glasses in the bar. The hand was stolen from the pub in March 2004. Another phantom, that of a white lady, is said to appear at windows.
Salisbury - Laverstock area
This sixty centimetre tall creature, christened 'Catgarookey' because it looks like a cat-kangaroo-monkey hybrid, was spotted several times in the region. The fact that the animal possessed a black and yellow tail with a white tip suggests the 'beast' is little more than an escaped racoon family member.
The Boston Tea Party in Salisbury.
Salisbury - Old George Inn (currently Boston Tea Party)
Unknown Ghost Type
It is said that when work was carried out on the site, construction tools were moved around the building every night. When locked up on one occasion, the building was found completely open the following day. Although a former manager disliked being on the site alone at night, as it was 'too scary', nothing out of the ordinary has even been seen.
Salisbury - Private flat along St Edmunds Church Street
An entity in a flat along this road occupies the bedroom, playfully pinning the inhabitants to the floor or wall (and letting them go when they ask it to).
Salisbury - Private property, Netherhampton Road
Several strange events occurred on this site fourteen years, including the manifestation of upper torso of a man under a table (which caused a witness and a pet dog to flee the room), bad smells and cold spots.
Salisbury - Private residence, Balmoral Road
Crying would be heard from the loft in this property, while at other times something would be heard crashing down the staircase, although nothing would ever be found. An upstairs toilet would also flush itself and on one occasion the chime of a cuckoo clock was heard, one day after the clock had been removed from the site.
Salisbury - Salisbury & South Wilts Golf Club
Four golfers emerged after sheltering from a downpour on the second hole only to find the fairway covered in Koi carp and goldfish. It was speculated that the fish were removed by strong winds or a small whirlwind from a neighbourhood pond, even though no such location was found.
Salisbury - Salisbury Plains
Prior to death of Bishop of Salisbury
These large white birds, seen moving through the air but never flapping their wings, appear hours before the death of the Bishop. Another story says that the same event is foretold if two of the strange birds are seen on the roof of the cathedral.
Salisbury - St Michael's Church, Car Park
October 2018, 22:30h
A man walking his dog through the area spotted a female figure wearing a long grey dress slowly heading towards the church hall, with her back to him. Passing back the same way a short time later, the man spotted the woman now standing at the top of the car back. As he approached, the woman walked through the fence and vanished.
Salisbury - St Thomas's Church
When last seen, this tearful woman in grey looked so real that the witness approached her to see what was wrong - the figure promptly vanished.
The Close, near Salisbury Cathedral.
Salisbury - The Close
Mid twentieth century
Several of the buildings which make up the close are reputedly haunted. A property near St Anne's Gate is said to still be the home of former canon Dr Baker who passed on many years previous. In another property, two men heard banging, footsteps and a massive crash from a room above them - on investigation, of course, the room was empty and undisturbed.
Salisbury - The Wardrobe (currently a museum)
A phantom grey woman was said to haunt this building prior to renovation - it is unclear whether she has remained.
An old woodcut of a hairy man.
Salisbury - Woodland near the town
A wild man who lived in the woods was shot at when he attacked and tried to kidnap a local farmer's wife. The creature was never seen again.