A RABBIT demon and an olive-skinned phantom make Lincolnshire's roads some of the spookiest in Britain.
Lincolnshire has been ranked 12th in a list of counties with the most haunted highways, with 23 roads currently showing paranormal activity.
The list has been compiled by paranormal researcher Daren Mann, 37, of Ipswich, who records ghost sightings on his website ParanormalDatabase.com
Other famous ghost sightings include a ghoulish black dog, legless military personnel and a Victorian cyclist who haunts Louth.
Mr Mann said: "A legend says that a country lane near Willoughton was home to a rabbit-sized demon, which could run as fast as a bicycle.
"That same area is said to be haunted by a shuck, which is the name given to a large demonic dog, traditionally seen as a bad omen.
"The dog is said to be the size of a calf with large, red, glowing eyes. People would see it as a sign of bad luck and whoever saw it would die soon after.
"The rabbit demon could be a shuck-like creature, seen by people who have done something morally questionable as a warning to mend their ways or risk being dragged to hell.
"A terrifying figure is also said to haunt the A15 at the turning close to Ruskington. The phantom is described as possessing olive-coloured skin with a pitted face and would jump onto the bonnets of passing cars, clinging on for a few dozen metres before vanishing.
"I've been to visit Lincolnshire in the past to collect ghost stories and take photographs. It's just such a wonderful place, with a paranormal edge to it."
Lynne Reeve, 49, of Lincoln, has been an investigator with Shadow Seekers Paranormal Investigation Team for seven years. She said roadside ghosts were common in the county.
She said: "Ghosts are often confined to the roadside because it's the last walk of life and they're trapped there.
"There's a stretch of road just before Wigsley Road in Lincoln that is haunted.
"There's an S-bend and a blind corner. We were driving there one day and just before that blind corner I could see a man walk across the road.
"It was during the day and quite light when I saw him. He seemed to be wearing khaki trousers and a grey shirt with squares. He must have only been in his mid-30s when he died.
"He was only about 4ft in front of the car, but all of a sudden he disappeared. I saw him disappear with my own two eyes."
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