Stockton-on-Tees - Castlegate Shopping Centre, Stephenson House
Strange music and sounds are said to occasionally be heard at night in this shopping centre.
Stockton-on-Tees - Manhattan's public house
North Yorkshire Paranormal Investigations' claimed this building to be one of Teesside's most haunted, home to a phantom child, and a woman who instructed visitors to leave.
Stockton-on-Tees - Stockton railway station
This station is reputedly haunted by a girl killed on the site in 1937.
Teeside - Teeside International Airport (was Middleton St George airfield), hangars and nearby St George Hotel
1950s onwards, pilot seen in hotel 1982 and detected 1990s
Mynarski died after trying to save a trapped pilot in a Lancaster bomber as it dived towards earth. He was awarded the VC for his efforts. Mynarski's restless spirit currently walks the area he was stationed during the war and was seen outside the control room and hangars in the 1950s. Another version of the story names the phantom as a Canadian pilot named Mullen. In 1982 a pilot reported feeling a weight on his bed which vanished when he told it to go away, and although this could be sleep paralysis, the pilot researched further and found 20 more people who had experienced the same event. Another pilot reported many crews would sleep with the lights left on, and after waking to the smell of burning flesh (which swiftly dissipated), refused to stay in the hotel again.
Thornaby - Private house along Lockton Crescent
A wedding photograph taken in front of an empty house revealed the image of a middle aged woman staring out of the window from inside the building. The owners of the house did not recognise the strange figure and had no explanation to who she was.
Thornley - Thornley Workingmen's Club
A person working in the upper part of the building reported seeing a cloudy figure which emerged from a dressing room only to vanish near the witness. The witness was told by staff that the ghost was nicknamed 'Salty' and it likes to make its 'presence known'.
Thornley - Unnamed council house
A family living in this newly constructed house encountered a 'black shape' dozens of times over this period, often accompanied by a horrible presence. The family eventually informed the local vicar who prayed in the house - the haunting ceased.
Throstlenest - General area
Little is known about the Throstlenest shuck, which patrols the area between Darlington and Houghton.
An old postcard of Tynemouth in Durham
Tynemouth - Coastline off Cullercoats, and 57 Grey Street
Though a good description of the creature is lacking, fishermen from this area chased and killed a sea monster, the body of which they brought back to land. The carcass was taken into a shop along Grey Street, and entry was charged at several shillings per view.
Tynemouth - Wizard's Cave (exact location not known)
The Wizard's Cave is said to contain a person who is in a magical sleep.
Walworth - Walworth Castle Hotel
The castle is reputed to be haunted by a maid bricked up behind a wall after an affair with the lord of the manor resulted in pregnancy. She is reputedly seen emerging from the wall or heard climbing a spiral staircase.
Weardale - The North of England Lead Mining Museum - formally the killhope lead mine
Three ghost hunters wanting to raise money for charity tried to spend the night here, only to be scared off by screaming of a ghostly woman from a nearby wood.
West Auckland - Bench (nicknamed Mary's Seat), Darlington Road
A local myth says that the bench is located where 20 Johnson Terrace once stood, the home of serial killer Mary Ann Cotton and the site where she poisoned three people. It is reported that at times the bench is surrounded by a coldness, although the sceptical would say this is due to the open village green by which the bench stands.
West Auckland - Churchyard
24 March 1873
A local postman named Barker passed the church and spotted a phantom child dressed in white clothing. The postman fled home, with the ghost in following close behind. Entering his home, the man ran upstairs, but still the ghost followed, the panicked postman then running back downstairs and grabbing his wife from the parlour, fled the house. This time the ghost did not follow, but remained inside the property, along with the couple's young child. Such was their fear, they found an old woman and sent her in to recover their offspring.
West Auckland - Manor House Hotel
Several ghosts have been reported here. Room 34 has a locked wardrobe door that opens by an unseen hand, while a member of the public has claimed to have been grabbed by the throat by a man dressed like a monk. Room 18 has had reports of people being pushed and seances in the Knights Hall have resulted in a child's voice being heard on a walkie talkie and a possession.
West Auckland - Route between town and Hamsterley Forest
Seen galloping at the speed of an arrow, this horseman vanishes once he enters the dense woodland.
West Kyo - Earl Grey Inn
This public house is thought to be haunted by a former nineteenth century landlady.
Wingate - Holy Trinity Churchyard
The headstone marking the grave of Corporal Longstaff, killed in 1918, has been seen glowing at night.
Wolviston - Ship Inn
A video shared by the media in showed a pint glass moving across a work surface and smashing after it fell off the edge. Several rational explanations were offered.