Outdoor Ghosts

  • 29 Oct 2021
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These sometimes have strange names in the Vale of Evesham. Spot Loggins is a local name - sometimes headless. A goblin known as the Mickleton Hooter occupies a small wood close to the village and frightens poor country folk with his unearthly howlings. At the Fish and Anchor Inn at Littleton, a headless coachman is said to drive a phantom coach, and a phantom funeral wends its way from Weston-Subedge to Bretforton churchyard.