Ballingarry Thurles - Old Church graveyard
Two brothers, aged eight and ten years old, noticed a man peering over the wall of this graveyard. His head and shoulders were visible, and the figure wore a white shirt with dark glasses and had curly hair. The man also looked like he had been crying and ignored the children when they spoke to him. The children told their father, who pointed out the wall was eight feet high; upon hearing the description of the figure, the father recognised it as being a friend of his who died four years previous.
Cahir - Knockgraffon Motte
Fairies could once be heard making music under this artificial hill.
A strange black blob grabbing the handlebars.
Cappagh White (or Cappawhite?) - Road approaching Ironmills bridge
Unknown Ghost Type
While travelling on his bicycle, Thomas Fahey stated that a strange black blob landed on his handlebars. The weird entity slowed the bicycle down considerably, before moving off and disappearing along a path.
Cashel - Rectory
Likely to be nineteenth century
The rector living here reported hearing what sounded like a coach being driven in the hallway, always between 20:00h and 00:00h. A phantom horse and trap were sometimes seen outside of the building.
Clogheen - Large pond in the Knockmealdown Mountains
The monster known as Petticoat Loose has a body like that of a horse, while the head takes the form of a woman. When it appears (which is rare), the creature asks, 'When will the day of judgement come?' before disappearing back under the water.
Clogheen - Shallardstown Mansion (no longer standing)
Early twentieth century
The shade of Orloff, a former Russian Princess, was reported by a caretaker who looked after the building after it fell empty. Her coach could also occasionally be heard setting off along the driveway, driven by her loyal butler.
Clonmel - Unnamed road leading southwards, passing over a bridge
Late nineteenth or early twentieth century
Walking to a friend's house late at night, this witness spotted a glowing woman in white with long hair cross a bridge ahead of him. The girl vanished without trace, and upon mentioning it when he arrived at his destination, his friend told him that the same figure had appeared at the foot of his bed a few nights previous.
Donohill - Road outside rectory
A black dog was said to haunt this stretch of road, although there have been no sightings for at least one hundred years.
Fethard - McCarthy's public house
A few strange occurrences are said to have occurred here, such as doors which open and close unaided, a Coke bottle which flew through a doorway, and heavy items which move themselves in the kitchen. One barmaid claimed to have seen a man in the bar who had died two weeks previous - he tipped his hat to her before leaving the room.
Lorrha - Friars Lough
A secret tunnel said to exist between Friars Lough and the village contained treasure hidden by monks.
Lough Derg - Annagh Castle
Edmond was murdered in the sixteenth century before telling anyone where he had concealed his hidden treasure. Since his death, Edmond's shade has appeared to visitors at the site, blood leaking from a large slit in his throat.
Lough Derg - Castle Biggs
This abomination with cloven hooves protects a hidden hoard of treasure.
Lough Derg - Waters of the lake
Always travelling north, this phantasmal vessel traverses the lake with gentle singing emanating from it.
Lough Derg - Waters of the Lake
A legend tells of how the Warrior Hero Finn fought and killed a huge monster which lived in this lake - two hundred men climbed out of the beast's belly once Finn sliced it open. Some say a (smaller) lake creature still lives in the water.
Loughmoe - Loughmoe Castle
The ruins of this castle are reputedly haunted by a man who killed himself within.
Roscrea - Inishnameo, ruined church (may also be known as Monahinsha?)
Two islands could be found here. On the larger island, it was said that no female of any species could land upon it. On the smaller island, no one could die - the sick would become worse until they could not stand the pain, only dying after being removed from the site by friends.
Roscrea - Timoney Park
Carrying the shades of the Parker-Hutchinson family, this phantom coach travels towards their former home.
Sopwell - Sopwell (or Killaleigh) Castle
Screams followed by the sound of a body being dragged down a staircase persist in haunting this castle, thought to be the result of a body being dropped down the stairs.
The Devil holds his mouth in pain.
Templemore - Devil's Bit (mountain)
Legend - Old Nick
Rock still present
This mountain is so named after Old Nick took a bite from it - he broke a tooth in the process, which formed the Rock of Cashel.
Timoney - Area around old barracks
Years following 1860
A policeman named Dyer once swore to protect the area 'dead or alive'. After his death in 1860, locals reported his ghost carrying out his promise.