Reported hauntings at this airfield include phantom Lancaster bombers taking off into the night sky, apparitions of crew walking the runway, Morse code coming from the control tower and an apparition of an officer.
Significant accidents at the airfield included a drunken driving accident at one of the hangers and a bomber crash on the landing strip.
Since the war, the airfield has been renovated for other uses, but the area continues to provide paranormal experiences to visitors.
Elsham Wolds Airfield: This airfield was originally built for World War I and sits just northeast of Brigg, near Elsham village.
The airfield features one of the scariest examples of paranormal activity with a presence that haunts the control tower.
The sounds of an active airfield were actually recorded on audio tape by two men playing in the squash court.
Bircham Newton Airfield: This airfield was constructed for World War I and reused during World War II.
The location was reconstructed as a heavy bomber airfield in 1940.
East Kirkby Airfield: This airfield is located in Lincolnshire.
The mountains overlooked an expansive plain lined with encampments, an airfield, small ships, and other war arsenal.