Abergele - Gwrych Castle
This castle is haunted by both a white woman and a lady in red, the latter thought to have been killed during a fox hunt, while the former returned after being buried in unconsecrated ground. Another story says that the white woman was the former owner of the castle (Winifred Cochrane, Countess of Dundonald) who returned after her bitter husband, written out of her will, purchased the site and destroyed the contents.
Abergele - Sea off the coast
Summer, 1967 or 1968
One legend says a phantom vessel, the boat of Prince Madoc, has been sighted just off the coast, vanishing just as quickly as it materialised. One witness said that she had seen it one summer; a ship containing several men, not dissimilar to Vikings, disappeared moments after being seen.
Abergele - The Bull Hotel
The man who appears dressed in leather is said to be a resident who died in a motorbike accident. A phantom monk and ghostly woman are also said to haunt the site.
Babell - Black Lion public house
Some people believe that the white lady is a former landlady who died a couple of hundred years ago. The entity was blamed for mild poltergeist pranks, such as turning up the volume on the radio or removing items nailed to walls.
Betws y Coed - Anna Davies countrywear store
Poltergeist activity was said to have started by in the 1960s, with a ghostly woman wearing a cape manifesting some twenty years later. In 2011, one of the owners claimed that a shoe landed in front of him after being launched from a display stand.
An old postcard showing Betws y Coed in Wales.
Betws y Coed - General area
A bandit from a nearby village tried to kill the Wybrant Gwiber but failed. The bandit's throat was torn out and his body thrown into the river. What happened to the dragon is not known.
A photograph of the rushing waters of Swallow Falls.
Betws y Coed - Rhaeadr Ewynnol (aka Swallow Falls) Waterfall
Sir John was said to have oppressed anyone who stood in his way. After he died, his spirit was said to have been sent to stand under the waterfall to be punished and purified.
Betws y Coed - Royal Oak Hotel
A shadow has been seen moving and a voice heard whispering 'where' or 'why'. A visiting medium observed a nun sitting outside one room.
Betws y Coed - Waterloo Bridge
This bridge and the surrounding area are said to be frequented by a phantom horse and coach.
Bodelwyddan - Bodelwyddan Castle
Several dead people still appear to be trapped within this building, including a woman dressed in Victorian garb, a soldier (likely to be from the First World War, when the castle doubled as a recuperation hospital), and an unknown shadowy figure who lurks in the corridors.
Bodelwyddan - Glan Clwyd Hospital
Unknown Ghost Type
The hospital was criticised by a watchdog after a patient recovering from an operation complained that a nurse had run down the corridor claiming to have seen a ghost. The nurse had then explained that she was psychic, and only saw 'friendly spirits'.
Bodfari - Dinorben public house
Late twentieth century
Many staff and patrons have reported this spooky woman with long dark hair over the years, which is normally seen moving around the upper part of the building.
Broughton - Old Warren - a dead-end road
This black clad preacher man is said to pear into any car parked along the road, unnerving the occupants.
Bryn yr Ellyon - Barrow (no longer present)
This area was once said to be haunted by a large man in golden armour. When the hill was dug up, the same set of armour was discovered beneath, complete with skeleton contained within.
Buckholt - Farm off the old Abergavenny road
Mid twentieth century?
One witness claimed to have tried to slap a cow to waken it - her hand passed straight through the creature before it vanished. The farmhouse itself was said to be the home of a poltergeist which would open and close doors and flick light switches.
Caergwrle - Caergwrle Castle
Late twentieth century
This female form has been seen slowly moving around the grounds of the old castle; her feet several centimetres clear of the soft earth below.
Caergwrle - Packhorse Bridge
A team from the Cheshire Paranormal Society photographed a strange white figure crossing this footbridge late at night during one of their vigils. It is said a total of three spirits haunt the bridge, a young girl and two older women.
An old postcard showing Capel Curig in Wales.
Capel Curig - Devil's Kitchen
Legend - Old Nick
The Devil sometimes beckons road weary travellers into his kitchen - it is not known what happens to them once inside.
Cerrigydrudion - Brynaber Hall
Haunted by a dead servant, events here included doors being violently shaken, chains being rattled, and the family pets being scared by an invisible presence.
Chirk - Chirk Castle
A photographer experimenting with long shutter speeds with his digital camera caught a semi-transparent female form outside the chapel. Unfortunately, as long shutter speeds can quite easily make people look semi-transparent, the chances of this being any form of apparition is pretty remote.
Chirk - Exact location not known - wooden block of council flats?
Several ghostly figures have been reported here, including a woman in a Salvation Army uniform, a blind man with a stick, and weird white faces which pear through windows.
Clocaenog Forest - General area, & Craig Bron Bannog hill
The little people have been seen in this area for many years now, often dancing the night (and day) away.
Colwyn Bay - Jeff's Discount Store, Abergele Road
The manager of the building saw a tall, thin man at the top of the stairs dressed in formal evening wear. The ghost was mistaken for a customer, until he disappeared. Footsteps have also been heard in unpopulated areas, and several people have seen items from the shelves float through the air.
Colwyn Bay - Princess Cinema (no longer operational)
This cinema was said to have been haunted by a projectionist who died in a flash fire in the booth.
Colwyn Bay - Theatre Colwyn
Ravenscroft, a former manager at the theatre, is held accountable when items are moved by an unseen hand or footsteps are heard in empty parts of the building.