The M6 has been named Britain's most haunted road in a new Halloween survey.
The M6's spooky reputation follows with reports of phantom Roman soldiers, a ghostly woman and a lorry driving against the flow of traffic.
Motorists have also reported eyes looking out from bushes in Platt Lane, Leigh, Manchester - the scene of a mining disaster years previously.
The A9 in the Highlands was the second most haunted after a family reported seeing an ornate coach and horses, along with bewigged footmen.
The road appears again at number eight in the list, produced by Tarmac, following a sighting of a Victorian-clad man on a horse at The Mound between Dornoch and Golspie.
There were reports of a phantom dog on Great Yarmouth High Street and ghostly children playing in Gloucester Road, Finsbury Park, north London.
A guardian angel voice allegedly alerted a woman driver of an out-of-control car on the B4293 in Devauden in Wales and a lady in Victorian dress was reportedly spotted on the B3314 near Tintagel in Cornwall.
Tony Simmons, sightings co-ordinator for Tarmac, said: "We compiled the top 10 on the basis of the clarity of sightings rather than just the number of spooky experiences.
"At this time of year it's easy to mistake swirling mist for something more sinister and we wanted to make sure we were listing truly spooky sightings."
The spooky top ten in full:
- The M6
- The A9 in the Highlands
- Platt Lane, Leigh, Manchester
- High Street and Suffield Road in Great Yarmouth
- Gloucester Drive, Finsbury Park, north London
- The B4293 at Devauden, Wales
- The B3314 near Tintagel, Cornwall
- The Mound, on the A9 near Dornoch
- The B1403 near Doncaster, South Yorkshire
- Drews Lane, Ward End, Birmingham