Aylesbury and the surrounding towns of Buckinghamshire have a long history of hauntings, to mark Friday the 13th, we've decided to retell some of the best ones.
Click on our photo gallery to hear some of the most haunted stories associated with Bucks.
5. The Ivy House Tavern
At the The Ivy House tavern which is en-route to Aylesbury, a young stable lad had slipped and was trampled to death by horses. There have since been several ghostly sightings of him appearing from the top window of what used to be one of the servants attic rooms.
6. The former Red cross Memorial Hospital in Taplow
The hospital dates back to 1914 and was used by the Canadian Army Medical Corps which was developed into a "state of the art" hospital complex to serve the Canadian forces in the Second World War. There has been some talk of ghost sightings in the hospital including a terrifying experience of two young men who were pursued through the gloomy corridors by a malevolent presence known as The Flincher. It is described as "a vicious black-winged monster-thing" which hurled itself toward them.
7. The Odeon, Aylesbury
As the original odeon languished derelict, the successor ABC then ran into problems according to the Bucks Herald back in 2004. By 2003, cinema staff were convinced screen five felt different to other screens. One usher sensed someone up behind him, then the lights went out instead of dimming. On the screen a face appeared oval shaped with a mouth but no eyes. If anything can explain this - it would be the close proximity to the Crown Court, outside where hangings took place.
8. The Dinton Folly
Dinton Folly is said to be haunted by King Charles I’s executioner. John Mayne was the King’s executioner in 1649 and is said to still haunt the Saxon burial ground.