Before we get into the haunted spots throughout these locations, let’s get to know some of these areas. Bedfordshire is a county that can be found within England, which is part of the East of England region, bordering Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, as well as Buckinghamshire. Bristol is considered to be one of the top ten populous cities throughout England.
In the center of the town of Luton, there is a pub called the Cork and Bull, which is home to a white vision that often presents itself to the public. The apparition, which is a female, has a reputation of moving objects about the rooms, as well as shake tables and has even occasional thrown a bar stool across the room. Some locals have claimed to speak to her, as well as sitting next to her. They have stated that the vision responded by throwing objects or touching them. It is said that the vision is the ghost of a woman by the name of Ann that was supposed to have been murdered at this location and her soul hasn’t left the pub since.
At the Woburn Abbey, many have reported the sight of numerous ghosts. The most common sighting involves that of a man who has been seen wearing a top hat. Reports document him as walking through the walls of the antique market. Other ghosts associated with this site include the ghost of a manservant, who has been spotted in the Masquerade room, as well as the ghost of a monk, who wears a brown habit. The Priory in Bedfordshire was the former housing for monks and nuns. Tales surround the location of a love affair that occurred between one of the nuns and a monk. This was a forbidden act. The ghosts of the two lovers have been said to wander about the grounds.
When visiting the Arnos Court Graveyard, you may encounter a young woman, who is dressed in all black. She can be seen crying over the husband she lost during World War I. People have stated that she will sit in various areas and speak to those who pass by. Another female ghost can be spotted screaming and will disappear when anyone comes close to her. She is believed to be the ghost of a woman who was once buried alive after awaking from a coma.
A third row seat at the Odeon Cinema is said to hold a space for an unknown dark apparition, who can be seen sitting in front of the third screen. Employees of the theater have reported cold chills and unexplainable footsteps. One of the ghosts that can be seen in the theater is that of a manager, who was shot to death during the 1940s.
At the University of Bristol, there are tales told of a headless horseman who can be seen riding about Tyndall Avenue, upon a black stallion. Students that have spent a long night at the Art and Social Science Library have sighted him.