Lisburn - Piper's Hill, near the Linen Museum
This poor ghostly piper is said to have lost his head after an accident with a cannon ball.
Lisburn - Army Base, Packard Road (no longer standing)
It was reported that this base was haunted by disembodied footsteps and moaning. Items would also be found moved or thrown around.
Lisburn - M1, heading towards Belfast
A young woman with long dark hair, wearing a tartan coat and carrying a suitcase, was spotted walking in the centre of the motorway by a passenger in a car. As the car drove past, the passenger turned to look at the figure from out the back window, but she had vanished. The witness later learned that the woman had been seen by others and was thought to be a nurse knocked over and killed along the road.
Lough Neagh - Waters of the lough
Fionn mac Cumhaill, aka Finn McCool, created Lough Neagh when he picked up a lump of earth and threw it at a Scottish rival. He missed, and created the Isle of Man. The waters are also said to be the home of a peist.
A magic lantern slide of Dunluce Castle in Ireland
Portrush - Dunluce Castle
Named as either Peter Carey (an English invader) or Richard de Burgh (Earl of Antrim), this ethereal figure now walks around the broken towers of the castle. A white lady (possibly Mave Roe) also haunts the place; she died of a broken heart after being denied marrying her true love. Another story tells that, during a fierce storm, the castle's kitchens collapsed into the sea - the screams of the staff can be heard as they forever fall to their doom.
Portrush - General area
The press reported that people should not approach a large cat if seen in this area, following several sightings in quick succession.
Portrush - Golf course
Late nineteenth century
Dr Westall was halfway through a game of golf with two friends when he was called away to attend to a patient. Unfortunately, the doctor died in an accident during the journey. Soon after, when the two friends took to the golf course again, they heard a phantom voice shout 'fore!' and the sound of a ball being hit. This occurred on the same green from which the doctor was called away.
Ramoan - Off coast
A strange island, likely to be a Fata Morgana, was said to periodically appear off the coast. The island was covered in trees, ruins and tall towers, and would always disappear at sunset. It is not clear whether this phantom land was 'Old Brazils', an island which appeared once per year along the Antrim coastline.
The face of a ghostly white lady, a sketch by Wayne Louden.
Randalstown - Shane's Castle
This pallid female wraith cursed the family with everlasting sorrow and misfortune. She is said to be quite tall and slender, with blue eyes and blonde hair. The figure was last seen in 1966, where the entity was said to be on her knees, crying, bathed in bluish-white light.
Randaltown - Exact location not known
A local man and his friend witnessed a huge, black creature run past their car while heading towards a local chip shop.
Rathlin Island - Crocascreedlin (aka Hill of the Screaming)
In the summer of 1575, all men on the island were murdered, the women and children watching from this hill. The screams from the witnesses echoed from the hill for hundreds of years after the slaughter.
Rathlin Island - Off the coast
Prior to a death in an unnamed family
The sighting of a strange boat pulled by six oarmen heralded the death in an unidentified family who lived on the island.
Rathlin Island - Private cottage
On the TV show New Lives in the Wild, the owner of this cottage claimed that he would hear partying coming from his empty living room.
Shandra - Loch an Eich
The Each Ceannan Dubh was a magical horse with fire burning in its eyes. The creature also had a large spear embedded in its chest. Each Ceannan Dubh died after galloping into a wall, the impact pushing the spear further into its chest and piercing its heart.