Bradley - Bradley Woods
24 December (reoccurring)
Said by some to be a phantom nun and by others to be a woodsman's wife, local legend says this woman dressed in black will appear on Christmas Eve if one calls out 'Black Lady, Black Lady, I've stolen your baby!'.
Bransby - Bonnewells Lane
31 October (reoccurring)
This spectral sow with her young appears along this lane on Halloween. The same stretch of road is also haunted by a woman in a silken dress which rustles as she moves, and there have been reports of a shuck.
Brigg - Between Brigg and Wrawby, near a stream
The phantom white calf (also known as the Lackey Causey calf), sometimes headless, was said to emerge from a tunnel and attempt to lure people into the water, though the creature's entrance may no longer exist.
Brigg - Bridge along Wrawby road
One of three bridges in Lincolnshire that is said to be a haunt of the black shuck, this one normally manifesting on a Saturday night.
Brigg - Exchange Coach House Inn
The sound of disembodied footsteps is said to haunt this hotel, with a phantom headless monk and ghostly little girl also present.
Brigg - Former shoe shop
Staff at this shop were said to have shoes thrown at them in the storeroom. Staff also felt the sensation of being pushed while on the staircase.
Brigg - General area
24 December (reoccurring)
An old lady who left her house to beg for money to buy her Christmas lunch became lost in the snow and fog, freezing to death. Her ghost is sometimes seen, asking for directions home.
Brigg - Queen Street
July 2006, around 04:00h
From their home a witness heard heavy cartwheels and horses' hooves on the road outside, but nothing could be seen. The witness was later told that the road was haunted by a horse and cart which still travelled to the Britannia Brewery, which closed in 1924.
Burgh-le-Marsh - Gunby Hall
A daughter of a former landlord fell in love with a servant, and they were caught in the act of running away. The servant was murdered, and his body dumped in the nearby pond. Now, many years later, their ghosts are reunited and walk along the path near where his body was hidden.
Burton - Church
Manifestation of the Living
24 April (St Mark's Eve) (reoccurring), 1634
This church is another site where two men are said to have stayed awake until midnight on St Mark's Eve to see if the legend about the manifestation of apparitions of those due to die over the forthcoming twelve months was true. It was.
Buslingthorpe - General area
A member of the Buslingthorpe family was said to have killed a dragon in this area and was awarded a large amount of land for the act of bravery.
Caister - Church
Recorded in the 1960s, this entity was heard to play the organ and pace the empty church.
Caistor - Corner of Riby Road and A1173
15 February 2020, 22:00h
As a driver slowed down to take the sharp corner, he spotted an old man, stooped over wearing dark trousers, old hobnail boots and a jacket. The jacket was made from hessian, not dissimilar to an old grain sack. The man had string holding his trousers up. The driver looked again and there was nothing.
Caistor - Fonaby Top
The large rock on top of the hill was once a sack of corn owned by a selfish farmer. The farmer refused to give a handful of grain to a passing holy man, who turned the sack into stone as punishment. A curse is said to fall on anyone who tries to move the stone - this was experienced by Gentleman John Walls, who used four shire horses to move the rock to his front door at Corn Sack Farm after taking a liking to it. Misfortune soon befell him, and he moved it back soon after (only requiring one horse for the return trip).
Caistor - Psychiatric hospital (no longer operational)
This hospital may no longer be operational, but still reports of a phantom young girl with blonde hair emerge from the site.
Cammeringham - Area around Ermine Street
This large white misty shape has been observed as it travels around the village. Some believe this to be the ghost of Boadicea who fought her final battle nearby.
Castle Bytham - Piper's Hole, aka Swallow Hole (may no longer exist)
This hole takes its name from a bagpiper sent in to discover if there was a secret passage leading from Park House to a hill. The piper was never seen again.
Castle Carlton - General area
Sir Hugh Bardolfe takes credit for slaying this dragon, noted for having a single eye located in its forehead. Man and beast fought during a storm, and when the dragon was blinded by a flash of lightning, Sir Hugh struck a wart on one of its legs, killing it.
Caythorpe - Holy Cross House (no longer standing)
Writing in the local media, Peter Clawson reported that this house was haunted by a grey female and that the smell of lavender would be a prelude to her manifestation.
Chapel St Leonards - Off coast
16 October 1966
Two witnesses reported seeing seven pointed humps coming out of the sea, together with a serpentine head.
Chapel St Leonards - Seafront between Trunch Lane and Vickers Point Ingoldmells
A glowing woman dressed in white was observed by four people here. The radiant figure walked towards them before turning towards the sea and vanishing. A local legend says the woman had been spurned by her lover and walked into the sea (which before then was further inland) to drown herself.
Claxby - Railway Signal box
Aubrey was found dead in the signal box which he had manned for many years. Since then, other railway workers have reported heavy breathing in the area.
Cleethorpes - Former Wonderland amusement park (now a market and car salesroom?)
Owner of the former Wonderland Dudley Bowers reported a phantom old man haunting the site. Though non-threatening, the ghost would vanish into thin air when spotted. Some workers and visitors to the site would hear their name being called, though no one else would be around. A local legend said that someone had once hanged himself in the ghost train that once stood on the site, and it was speculated that the entity was connected to the suicide.
Cleethorpes - Knoll House, aka The Knoll
Staff have reportedly heard footsteps walking along empty corridors and the sounds of doors being closed when there are none open. A local legend says the location is home of a phantom woman who floats in the air.
Cleethorpes - St. Peter's Avenue (opposite St Peter's Church)
May 2015, 11:00h (approx)
An older lady in a green coat sat on a bench as a car parallel parked next to her. The driver climbed out of the car, checked they were within the parking zone and turned to comment to the older lady about it being a lovely sunny day. Both lady and bench had gone.