A well in the vicinity of Melsonby, in Yorkshire, that was at one time haunted by a lady without a head. Another well in the district, called Berry Well, was haunted by a bogle in the form of a white goose.
- Henderson, W. (1879). Notes on the folk-lore of the northern countries of England and the borders. Covent Garden: W. Satchell, Peyton and Co., p. 328.