A strange-looking coach with horses sinking into water.
Antrim - Antrim Castle
31 May (reoccurring)
A coach pulled by a team of four horses which sunk into the pond drowning all on board is seen repeating the tragic accident once a year. In addition, a stone wolfhound which stands by the gateway is said to have once been flesh and blood - the dog gave a warning to an advancing sneak attack upon the castle before turning into rock. It now safeguards the Clotworthy family name on the condition it is never removed. Finally, the sound of heavy breathing can be heard coming from the ruined building.
Antrim - Mussenden Temple library
A mysterious patch of blood occasionally appears on the floor of this building, evaporating away a few minutes later.
Antrim Town - Corner of the Belmont Road and Cunningham Way
A few residents to the area have spotted ghosts of people hanging from the trees. Local folklore says that this was once the location of a hanging tree.
Antrim town - Dublin Road (poss. British Road), towards the airport
Unknown Ghost Type
While travelling to work, a man spotted a young girl wearing a long 1900's type dress cross the road on an old fashioned bicycle. When the witness reached the point where he had seen her, he realised that there were no gaps in the heavy hedge rows and that on either side of the road deep ditches leading into heavily ploughed fields made it impossible for anyone to cross at that point.
Ballybogy (aka Ballybogey) - General area and surrounding countryside
A joint army and police team created 'Operation Big Cat' after two dead calves were found and a local man admitted releasing a puma and a panther from his private collection. Although there were dozens of sightings and livestock attacks, the cats were never caught.
A ghostly black nun.
Ballycastle - Graveyard
A local legend says if you walk around Julia McQuillan's (aka the black nun) grave seven times clockwise, seven times anticlockwise and then place your hand through the hole in the grave, you will summon the ghost of the nun. McQuillan was a recluse who became renown after issuing seven prophesies.
Ballygally - Ballygally Castle Hotel
Lady Isobel jumped to her death from an upper window to escape a slow lingering death administrated by her husband. She now knocks on various doors before running away. Madame Nixon is named as another ghost to be found here and can be recognised by the rustling of her dress.
Ballymena - Dundermot Mound
A phantom coach and four rides around the area. The ghostly driver will ask anyone he spots 'is the bridge at Glarryford still up?' - any answer the witness gives will ensure that they will die within a year (so I suggest looking at your feet and saying nothing).
Ballymena - Dundermot Mound
Dundermot Mound is reported to be the location of a secret entrance to hell - occasionally it opens, releasing demons who take any witnesses straight to the underworld.
Ballymena - Road leading to the White Gates, Crebilly Road area
31 October (reoccurring)
A robber escaping from a house rode into a thin piece of wire tightly pulled between the gateposts here, losing his head in the process. His decapitated shade is either seen or heard at Halloween, still on horseback.
Ballymena - Tullyglass Hotel
Carrie is believed to have died in the tower around two hundred years ago when the Tullyglass was a mansion house.
Ballymoney - Main Street
Midnight, every Friday the thirteenth (reoccurring)
With a large metal ball chained to his ankle, George 'Bloody' Hutchinsons walks one way down the street before turning back again. It is reported that anyone who can prevent him from completing his journey will dismiss the spirit forever.
Ballymoney - Private residence
A few ghosts are said to haunt this property. A couple of female forms flitter around, while a male pipe smoker and an authoritative man are also reported. Poltergeist-like activities have included banging sounds, doors opening, and footsteps.
Ballymoy - Ballymoy Castle
Invisible wraiths are said to sweep the castle clean each Saturday.
Belfast - Vicarage Street
This female ghost walks down the street carrying a cup of coffee in one hand and a cigarette in her other.
Belfast - Waterworks
Shot in 1862, John Herdman is said to haunt the area of the Waterworks.
Belfast - York Road Railway Station
1970s - present
A strange person has been reported sitting in the locked canteen at night. This may be the same figure which has been glimpsed in the running sheds - during a bungled robbery, a man was either shot or beaten and subsequently died from his injuries. Night staff have also reported hearing disembodied footsteps in the area.
A rather dramatic green UFO over Belfast.
Belfast - Above Yorkgate shopping centre
12 November 2006
Shoppers at the centre reported seeing a green triangular ufo cross the sky above them.
Belfast - Ardilea Street
John Savage owned a few properties along this road. After he committed suicide, his ghost was said to return to this area.
Belfast - Belfast Prison
A prison officer reported hearing heavy rubber-soled boots while on his rounds, even though all staff were issued with sneakers. Believing his co-workers were playing a joke on him, he checked up on them, and found that they were playing cards. A couple of hours later, the officer heard a voice call out 'numbers C3', though once again could not find who was responsible. Asking his co-workers if they were 'playing around', they denied it, and recommended that the officer did not say anything to anyone.
Belfast - Cavehill Park, Upper Hightown end
31 August 2008
Several independent witnesses called the police to report a sandy coloured cat in this park. The nearby Belfast Zoo reported no animals missing. A search of the area by police failed to find the feline.
Belfast - City Cemetery
Daniel is said to have started haunting the area around his monument after it was vandalised.
Belfast - Craigavon House
East Coast Paranormal Society carried out an investigation on this site and claimed to have caught a bearded figure reflected in a mirror. Another entity said to haunt the building is 'Ethel', a former matron who worked on the site when it was a hospital.
Belfast - Crown Bar
Paranormal investigator Michael Hirons claimed to have contacted a former prostitute named Amelia and previous landlord Michael Flannagan during a seance. Amelia is said to have broken her neck after falling down the stairs of the bar.
Belfast - Crumlin Road Prison (now a museum)
A visitor who lay in a coffin for a photograph later realised that the captured image showed a strange face next to his. It is worth noting that the photograph is likely to be a case of pareidolia rather than the paranormal. The prison is also home to a phantom man seen walking down C Wing, and the sounds of both male and female voices.