Birkenhead - 1960s office block on the former Cammell Laird shipyard
A paranormal investigation group were called into this building after staff reported certain areas always being cold, and fleeting shapes could be spotted out of the corner on one's eyes.
A phantom figure on a grassy verge.
Birkenhead - Area of former Birkenhead Hall (no longer standing), Pouton Road
This pretty maid was murdered by her jealous mistress, who was convinced the maid was having an affair with the master of the hall. It was not the case, and the little maid now haunts the former grounds. The phantom has taken to being mistaken for a hitchhiker along the nearby road.
Birkenhead - Car park on the corner of Argyle Street and Canning Street opposite the Cheshire Lines building, Merseyside
This phantom is said to peer into windows of stationary vehicles in this car park. On the site once stood a factory, reputedly haunted by the ghost of a woman who hanged herself there.
Bootle - Peel Road / Bibby's Lane
31 December (reoccurring)
Seen once a year, Bibby rides his coach with his decapitated head in his lap.
Liverpool - 44 Penny Lane
Friday, Saturday & Monday nights (reoccurring), 1970s
It was reported in the local press during the 1970s that footsteps could be heard within this building coming from empty rooms, although a former worker at the site said that the story was a publicly stunt.
More of a skull than a face.
Liverpool - 82 Wimborne Road, Huyton (house no longer standing)
A family living here were terrified by a phantom old lady who stood five foot tall, bend over with a walking stick. Her face was little more than a shrivelled skull. The house has since been demolished.
Liverpool - 9 and 11 South Hunter Street (houses demolished in early 1960s)
Seen by a mother and daughter on separate occasions, this phantom was described as a small woman wearing a lace cap and soft shawl. She was semi-transparent and vanished when approached.
Liverpool - Adelphi Hotel
George has been seen several times standing by beds on the fifth floor.
Liverpool - Ambulance training centre, Quarry Street, Woolton
For many years the building was reputedly haunted by an entity known as 'The Sarge' - a former policeman killed when the wheel of his patrol wagon struck a bollard and he was thrown to the ground. Ambulance crews reported phantom footsteps, breaking windows and doors which unlocked and opened themselves.
Liverpool - Area around former Otterspool rail station
Before closing in 1951, a teenager was saved by a man from being hit by a train, although the rescuer was killed in the process. He is said to wave a red warning flag in the area.
Liverpool - Bold Street
On various dates, several people (including an off duty policeman) have reported slipping back in time along this road, finding them surrounded by people dressed in clothing of the 1940s, with a cobbled street and old style shops.
Liverpool - Brookside Close
Unknown Ghost Type
It was reported in the local press that the cast of 'The Close', a low budget British horror film being filmed at the former soap opera site, regarded the set as haunted. Lights would flicker out at inopportune moments, items would disappear, and the final scene of the film was constantly cancelled as bad weather would come from nowhere.
Liverpool - Coach and Horses public house
A former landlord, George still returns to keep a watchful eye on his former establishment.
Liverpool - Croxteth Hall
Late twentieth century, camera in April 2009, most recently July 2013
The Sixth Earl of Sefton has been sighted walking through the tearoom and in his former bedroom. An incorporeal young boy was once seen standing by the fireplace in the dining room, while other strange shadows have been reported drifting down various corridors. Footage from a CCTV camera in April 2009 reputedly shows a phantom figure moving across the grounds, though the image is more likely to be a close-up of an insect. Two people exploring the basement in 2013 encountered a short hideous figure in a cloak, before later spotting the figure on the staircase where he vanished.
Liverpool - David Lewis Northern Hospital
Beaten to death nearby by Customs officers who caught the man trying to bring his illicit goods ashore, the ghost of the smuggler has been reported in the hospital that was built close to the site of his murder.
A nineteenth century illustration of Spring Healed Jack.
Liverpool - Everton area
This area was one from which this enigmatic creature/entity was reported.
Liverpool - Former hotel along Sir Thomas Street
1990s and 2001
A voice in an empty toilet was heard issuing warnings of future events, while a figure was seen passing a door and climbing the stairs when the three people in the building were accounted for. A local legend says that a woman was murdered on the staircase close to the toilets.
Liverpool - Former police and fire station, Lark Lane
Footsteps have been reported on the rear staircase and a heavy door opens and closes unaided, according to the Night Vision Investigations team.
Liverpool - Former post office (currently a computer centre)
A woman in a checked red coat walked by two witnesses who were standing by a telephone box. The woman passed within thirty centimetres of the pair and proceeded to walk through the locked door to the post office.
Liverpool - Head of Steam public house, Lime Street
Glasses are said to be thrown from shelves and people feel something following them upstairs.
Liverpool - House owned by Liverpool Housing Trust, Madryn Street, Toxteth
A family living here with a poltergeist reported that the entity picked up their young son and threw him from his cot. The polt would also move the washing machine around the kitchen, hide money, and mash ashtrays.
Liverpool - Huyton, streets in the area
One local myth says certain streets were home to a blue/purple faced young girl who would follow families with children.
Liverpool - Knowsley Hall and Riding Hill
A phantom monk is said to haunt the area around the hall and the hill. A local legend says a secret tunnel ran from the monastery that once stood on the hill, and that the path the ghostly monk takes indicates the route of the passage.
Liverpool - Lime Street
Sightings of the ghost of Lime Street are said to go back hundreds or years. One of the more recent witnesses described the entity as being quite tall, though the legs could not be seen, with the mouth silently moving. An unnamed hotel along the road is also haunted by the figure of a tall woman.
Liverpool - Liverpool Airport, formerly known as Speke
Black died in an accident on the runway of the airfield in 1936 - his shadowy form has been seen walking around the area where the old hangars stood.