Armagh - Vicar's Hill
Unknown Ghost Type
The ghost of a green lady was said to have been captured in a bottle and bricked up in a window of a property here.
Armagh - Armagh Gaol
During a fashion shoot in this former prison, studio photographer Alan Wells caught a strange white female apparition in the background of one of his images.
Blackwatertown - Unknown house
McCutcheon, a local woman, dabbled in spiritualism and was subsequently visited by poltergeist activity. One man witnessed large bags of animal feed being moved around on their own. McCutcheon's bed would shake and move abruptly, as would other pieces of furniture. A priest was called to quieten the entity - he succeeded, but was left so exhausted, he vowed never to perform the ritual again.
Jonesborough - Moyry Castle
Twelve men left to guard this castle accidently shot and killed the local wizard. The wizard's familiar was a large black cat which took revenge by killing the castle's domesticated animals, leaving them without fresh food.
Jonesborough - Adavoyle railway station
For several years after a derailment which killed several men and horses, operators of the gate would report seeing train lights heading towards them, although the train never passed.
Killeavy - Railway line, Barney's Bridge area
This phantom train is only seen at a distance and vanishes without trace at Barney's Bridge.
Loughgall - Dan Winter's House
CCTV caught something moving across a room (although it could have been an insect close to the lens). The cottage is said to be the site of many deaths and murders, which have resulted in the site being paranormally active.
Lurgan - Shankhill Graveyard
Margorie McCall was mistakenly pronounced dead and was promptly buried, only to be dug up by grave robbers who cut off her finger to acquire her wedding ring. This brought her out of her coma; the terrified robbers fled, and McCall left the graveyard to go home. Arriving at her house, her grieving husband answered the door and fainted from fright (though one report says he died of a heart attack). Phantom crying can be heard in the graveyard, though whether it is connected to the legend is unclear.
Lurgan - Railway lines
Date of last sighting unknown, but reputed to be a nightly event
Drunk after splitting up with his wife, Cuppage decided to try to convince her to return. Knowing that she would be on a certain train, he foolishly stood on the tracks; the train did not stop and Cuppage was decapitated. His headless ghost now walks along the track every night with head tucked under his arm. A slight variant of the tale has Cuppage lose a couple of limbs instead of his head, and now he looks for the missing appendages.
Lurgan - King Street
Unknown Ghost Type
A witness ran home after encountering the large yellow outline of a man while travelling down King Street.
Portadown - Private residence, Carrickblacker Road
A former male resident here reported cold room (even though the heating was on), a feeling of being watched, and several animals which refused to enter the property. On the day he moved out, a ghostly small child ran by him at the kitchen door and disappeared into the bathroom.
Portadown - Former bridge over the River Bann
No one knows how many people were murdered on the bridge - woman and children were forced to cross it before it was set alight, with everyone either burnt to death or drowned. For weeks after the incident, the water ran red with blood, decapitated heads (impossible to net) bobbed in the water, and a ghostly woman with child stood by the smoking ruin.
Portendown (now Portadown?) - Portendown Bridge (now Bann Bridge?)
Depending on the account, between one and four hundred people were drowned in the waters by the bridge by rebels. After these murders, people reported seeing the ghosts of drowning men and women or hearing screaming.
Richhill - Richhill Castle
Dolly is one of several ghosts that are said to haunt the site. The Northern Ireland Paranormal Research Association often conduct investigations here and claim that that Dolly's presence has been detected.