Aberdaron - St Mary's well
1950s - July 2019, evening hours
From this spot screaming and chanting can be heard at dusk, thought to be coming from the nearby Bardsey island.
Aberdovey - Carn March Arthur (three miles northeast of Aberdovey)
The hoof prints from King Arthur's horse can still be seen imprinted in the rock here.
An old postcard showing Aberdovey in Wales
Aberdovey - Off coast
Swallowed by the sea, church bells belonging to a town lost off the coast here can still be heard on quiet evenings. They say that at low tides one can see sunken tree trunks.
Aberdovey - Penhelyg House
This noisy spirit became active at night, throwing around crockery, though never breaking it. The activity ceased the day after a visitor to the house read from a bible.
Aberdyfi - Off coast
Weather Dependent: Calm nights
The bells of a church which was swallowed by the sea can sometimes be heard when the weather is right.
Abersoch - Burrows in the area
Unknown - twentieth century?
Also known as a cenaprugwirion, this lizard is around thirty centimetres long with an orange head and large eyes. Karl Shuker has speculated that the creature is a tuatara, a living fossil found in New Zealand.
Amlwch - Stone circle between village & St Ellian Church
A phantom hound was said to haunt this prehistoric site - it beat up a local preacher a couple of times before moving on to a further plane of existence.
Anglesey - RAF Valley
Having just locked the main hangar, the key orderly heard a shout and the sound of running from within. He unlocked the hangar, but no one was could be seen.
Anglesey - Road towards Wylfa
While driving to the power station, this witness spotted a black cat larger than an Alsatian. The creature had a long bushy tail and sat in a crouched position. The witness watched the creature for three or four seconds and was slightly unnerved by it.
Anglesey - Ruins of Onions public house, Red Wharf Bay
Ivy Nettleton was murdered by her husband who unsuccessfully tried to conceal her body on the nearby beach. The flitting white figure seen within the ruins of the pub is said to be Ivy's troubled shade.
Anglesey - Several areas over the island, including Llandona Beach
A large black cat, thought to be either a puma or panther, has been blamed for attacking horses and stealing foals.
An old postcard of Bala Lake in Wales
Bala - Bala Lake
City unknown, Teggie observed 1995 (?)
The first town of Bala is said to be concealed under the waters of this lake. In addition, a monster nicknamed 'Teggie' by locals was described as resembling a humped crocodile, although a story published online in 1995 about the creature being seen was a hoax.
Bala - Castell Gronw
Blodeuwedd and her lover failed to kill her husband, and as a result he cursed his wife to take the form of an owl. She still flies around the castle, calling out to her other man. Her lover was killed when a spear was thrown into his chest. The man held aloft a stone to try to protect himself, but the weapon pieced it - a holed stone is still in the area.
Bala - White Lion Royal Hotel
An entity in the bar is said to knock over unwatched glasses. One story says that at some point in the murky past, a fire at the hotel killed a couple of people who now haunt their former room.
Bangor - Faenol Estate
This ghostly bird contains the spirit of man executed after stealing wood from the land around the estate. The bird's song is heard by people who are considering stealing something as a warning against their actions.
Bangor - New County Theatre
A possible urban myth says that staff once found a dead man sitting on a chair in the balcony. His ghost is said to remain in the theatre.
Bangor - Ysbyty Gwynedd (hospital)
Wearing a brown dressing gown, this elderly man was seen stepping into lift 3. The lift doors had just closed as the witness reached the lift, but they pressed the call button anyway and the doors reopened - the old man had vanished. A phantom ward sister has also been reported on site.
Bardsey Island - Exact location not known
As well as the final resting place of King Arthur, Merlin is said to have kept the Thirteen Treasures of Britain within his glass tower that stood on Bardsey Island. These treasures were: 1) Dyrnwyn - the sword's blade would burst into flame when wielded by royalty, 2) The Hamper of Gwyddno Garanhir - the hamper would multiply its contents by five-score, 3) The Horn of Bran - this drinking beaker would provide whatever the user wanted to whet their lips, 4) The Chariot of Morgan the Wealthy - extremely fast magical travel, 5) The Halter of Clyno Eiddyn - any horse dreamt of would appear haltered in the morning, 6) The Knife of Llawfronedd the Horseman - would carve the meat at a meal for twenty four men, 7) The Cauldron of Diwrnach - would only boil water for a brave man, 8) The Whetstone of Tudwal Tudglyd - when used to sharpen the sword of a hero, any strike made by the weapon would be fatal, 9) The Coat of Padarn Redcoat - would only fit anyone of noble blood, 10) The Crock of Rhygenydd - would serve any food the user wanted, 11) The Dish of Rhygenydd - would serve any food the user desired, 12) The Chessboard of Gwenddolau - would play itself once set up, & 13) The Mantle of Arthur - would make the wearer invisible.
Bardsey Island - General area
Also known as the Island of a Thousand Saints due to the large number of monks buried here, the shoreline spirits reported to appear are believed to be just some of those holy men.
An old postcard of Barmouth in Wales
Barmouth - Bay area
Early nineteenth century
Small lights would dance across the surface of the water just before an accident which involved a drowning.
An old sketch of Cader Idris
Barmouth - Cader Idris (aka Caldair Idris)
Idris was said to be a wise giant, who may have had links with King Arthur. People would avoid the area at night, convinced that fairies would drive them mad. Another legend says that the site was the hunting ground of Gwyn ap Nudd (Ruler of the Otherworld) who searched the area with a pack of Cwn Annwn, looking for souls to take back home. Finally. Strange lights are said to appear around the summit for the first few days of a new year.
Barmouth - Dragon Theatre
This theatre has been home to ghost hunts in the past and is reputed to be home to various entities which include a young girl singing hymns, a ghostly cat, and a figure who closes the stage curtains.
Barmouth - Farchynys Hall
Moving towards the hall at midnight, the history of this ghostly horse and carriage is unknown.
Barmouth - Menai Straits
A ship was attacked by a sea serpent, which wrapped itself around the ships mast until the crew hit back - it fell back into the sea but followed the vessel for two more days before disappearing.
Barmouth - St Anne House (was the Lion Inn)
The face of a woman is said to appear in a round window in this former inn.