As Halloween is nearly upon us we're taking a look at some of the most haunted places in Calderdale.
From ghostly pubs to spooky sightings on the street, here are 17 locations in the borough and their stories that could have come straight from a Halloween film. To see our other picture galleries, click here to see things you can no longer do in Halifax town centre, here for a night out in 2004 and click here to see iconic nightclubs of Halifax through the ages.
1. The Fleece Inn, Elland
This Elland pub is known for its spooky happenings having been visited by TV series Most Haunted. Paranormal activity includes tales of a headless horseman, re-appearing bloodstains and a dancing chair.
This Grade II* listed building in the centre of Halifax was built in the 1860s and designed by Sir Charles Barry. The town hall is said to be haunted by a former mayor who wanders the halls in his mayoral robes.
Ghost hunters are known to flock to Todmorden Unitarian Church as it is known for its haunted past. It has also been visited by the Most Haunted cameras with visitors seeing shadowy figures and hearing phantom footsteps.