Westmeston - Downs in the area
This Saxon is said to wander the area, looking down on nearby towns and villages.
Westmeston - St Martin's Church
Reputed to appear only in the afternoon
This lonely figure leaves the churchyard, crosses the road, and disappears through the wall of a nearby house.
Westmeston - Westmeston Place
This sixteenth century hall is said to be home to a phantom monk who has been observed carving away at an ornate wall.
Wilmington - Hill
One of the barrows in this area is said to contain a Golden coffin containing a Roman body.
Wilmington - Windover Hill
This tall hill giant, cut into the soft chalk base, stands around seventy metres in height and is thought to represent any one of several legendary figures. A phantom black dog is also reputed to lurk above the figure, and a local legend says that Arthur fought one of his battles nearby.
Winchelsea - Queen's Head Hotel
Once a farmhouse before its conversion into a public house and hotel, the ghost present was a farmer who lived here long ago. Another story states that the shade is a former pub owner whose body was displayed in the bar so his regulars could show their respect.
Winchelsea - Winchelsea Church, monastery ruins
Said to have been seen hiding in the trees around the ruins, the highwayman's target can occasionally be heard galloping up the nearby road. A black soldier in a red uniform has also been reported from the churchyard, and a phantom monk has been observed moving above the ground on nearby private land.
Wiston - Cottage in village
1954-1958, late summer & autumn time
A couple who moved into their dream home were disturbed by the spectre of a gentleman dressed in 1920's clothing, who had a habit of walking through bedroom walls. His footsteps could also be heard about the cottage, and he often opened the front door.
Wivelsfield Green - Royal Oak public house
Nicknamed Jacob, this phantom is blamed for setting off the security alarm and throwing small items through the air.
Broadwater Church in Worthing.
Worthing - Broadwater Church
Unknown Ghost Type
Three local people walking through the churchyard experienced a 'tugging' from behind. Two of the people also felt nauseous and had to quickly leave the area. When one of the witnesses returned later, they felt nothing unusual.
A skeleton gets his groove on.
Worthing - Broadwater Green, old oak tree
23 June (or Midsummer Eve) (reoccurring)
A local tale says that these animated bones appear on midsummer night's eve to dance and jig until the sun rises on the following day.
Worthing - Cissbury Ring (Hillfort)
Leading to an untold amount of wealth, the tunnel hidden in this hillfort is guarded by a pair of snake-like dragons. The ghost of a druid is reported to haunt the site looking for this treasure, and the sound of phantom galloping horses have also been reported. Finally, another legend says the structure was formed by earth falling off the Devil's shovel as he tried to dig a hole in the South Downs.
Worthing - Connaught Theatre
1987 and September 2015
The apparition of this actress wears a grey dress, though its style has been placed in several periods - possibly a result of the woman playing many different roles during her lifetime. She was most recently observed in 2015, wearing a long dress and stood behind a door.
Field Place House in Worthing.
Worthing - Field Place House
This old lady was watched as she walked down a corridor in a long black dress and vanished into a wall.
Heene Road, Worthing.
Worthing - Insurance company, Heene Road
Staff are said to have experienced something tapping them on the shoulder in the basement of this building, while two other workers heard their names being called out when they were alone on the site.
Worthing - The Miller's Tomb, Highdown Hill
Legend - Old Nick
Dancing or walking around the tomb seven times will summon the miller who is buried within, according to one legend. Others say that it will be the Devil who appears when the rite is complete.
The Thorntons shop in Worthing.
Worthing - Thorntons and Ernest Jones shops
Two child-like figures were caught on security cameras in these shops, while staff report strange sounds and phantom activity. One staff member observed a ghostly entity in a storeroom, which spoke the word 'quiet'.
Worthing - Wyke Gardens
A young child has been seen in this building, looking pitiful and sick.
Wych Cross - Roebuck Hotel
Wearing sea-going clothing and having a well weathered face, Luke sometimes returns to the hotel to raid the rum supply.
Yapton - General area
The ghostly sounds of a Polka could be heard in the village during the early evening, though the source could not be traced.