Harbour Row, Cobh.
Cobh - Harbour Row
While walking home, Bernie Dahl spotted another man walking towards him. Before he could sidestep, the strange man walked straight through him, leaving Dahl extremely shaken. Ten years after this, during repairs to the road, a skeleton was discovered in the spot of the encounter.
Cobh - Heritage Centre
Two workmen reported finding their tools scattered around a room on two consecutive nights for which only they had keys, while a shop had a large piece of crystal carefully removed from a high shelf and placed in the middle of the floor.
Behind Cobh's Heritage Centre.
Cobh - Pier behind Heritage Centre
A young woman was seen wearing a red cape as she walked through closed gates. The apparition was said to be floating off the ground.
Pillars Bar in Cobh, Cork.
Cobh - Pillars Bar
A presence in this bar is said to be responsible for moving items, creating footsteps and bangs, creating strange dragging noises and cracking mirrors.
Spike Island, Cobh.
Cobh - Spike Island
A white female form is reputedly one of the phantoms which haunts the island. A phantom soldier is also reputed to haunt the area, with two black holes instead of eyes.
St Colman's Cathedral in Cobh.
Cobh - St Colman's Cathedral
This phantom dog is said to hide around the base of the building.
The haunted house of Hollywood Estate.
Cork - 18 Hollywood Estate
A family fled their home after claiming that they had been harassed by forces which removed pictures from walls, blocked sinks, and threw their five year old son out of bed. Neighbours also reported hearing screams coming from the property when no one was at home. After the family had left, Shaman Paul O'Halloran visited the site and said he had removed hundreds of trapped spirits.
Cork - Barbarella Bar (was the Gateway Inn)
A former manager cleaning alone in the pub reported spotted an old man drinking a pint. The manager put down the cleaning materials so he could talk to his customer but found the old man had vanished. All doors to the pub were locked.
Cork - Blackamoor Lane Friary
This building was home to a phantom monk who finally left after Father Theobald Mathew, founder of the Total Abstinence Society, served Mass with him.
Cork - Church of the Resurrection, Farranree
13 September, 1985
Three children watched the BVM move in this church, almost falling on top of them. One child's mother said that the eyes of the statue turned red, while its cheeks and feet became black.
Cork - Commodore hotel
A local myth says the upper part of the hotel is haunted by the cries of a young baby, the body of which was once discovered in a cupboard.
Cork - Deerpark CBS
A couple of unconvincing poltergeist videos were released, showing activity in the school. However, the headmaster did say that there had been previous strange activity in the school, including The Last Call being heard played on trumpet by a lone worker on the site.
Cork - Former guest house, Sunday's Well
A student left his new guest house after one night after encountering three Quakers which entered his bedroom at night. The witness described the figures as having blue glassy eyes which stared at him in sadness. After a while, the three men walking away, passing through a wall. The scene replayed again before dawn broke.
The Franciscan Well Bar in the City of Cork.
Cork - Franciscan Well Bar
A local priest was called in to give this location a blessing after the owner reported hearing dragging footsteps and objects which would smash without reason in the bathroom.
The Lake in Cork Lough Park.
Cork - Lake in Cork Lough Park
Lake still present
A legend says that this area was once owned by a king. A water well used by the local population was placed out of bounds, the king stating only his daughter could use it. However, one evening as the princess drew water for a royal party, the waters of the well flooded over, drowning the family and covering their castle. Some nights the party can still be heard continuing under the lough.
Cork - Oval bar
Local tales say a phantom uniformed soldier carrying his rifle manifest in the bar area. The ghost walks over to the fireplace where he sits on a sofa before vanishing.
The River Lee passing through Cork.
Cork - River Lee
Weather dependent: nights of the full moon (reoccurring), late 19 century?
Amelia was murdered by her mistress on the banks of the Lee after being caught breaking into a cupboard full of expensive clothing. For several years after her death, Amelia was seen along the River Lee in Cork on nights of the full moon, wearing black clothing and looking frightened.
Skies over the city of Cork.
Cork - Skies over the city
07 October - 14 October 1621
Over a period of four or five days, two massive flocks of starlings gathered over the city, one in the east and one in the west. On the 12 October, the two flocks took to the air, engaging in combat - covering the city ground with dead and wounded birds. Just before nightfall, both bird armies left the area, but returned for another major engagement and final battle on 14 October.
Cork - St Fin Barre's Cathedral
Trumpets still present
Two golden trumpets are held by a figure affectingly known as 'Goldie Angel' on top of the cathedral. Local folklore says when the trumpets are heard being blown the end of the world is nigh, alerting the people of Cork that they shall be the first to enter heaven.
Cork - St Finbarr's Hospital
The ghost of a nun was said to have been spotted by several members of staff as she walks down the corridors. The style of clothing is from the 1940s.
The old Cork Gaol.
Cork - The old Cork Gaol
Shortly after opening to the public in 1993, a member of staff heard a child's voice repeating the word 'daddy'. Believing it to come from a lost child, the staff member investigated, only to come across a woman wearing green who walked through a wall.
Cork - Vernon Mount House
This site was rumoured to be haunted by Mary Pike, kidnapped for her dowry and driven insane by her abductor. A fire in July 2016 left the building little more than a shell.
Crookstown - Fort in the area
This little fellow wore a red cap, a black jacket, long grey stockings and narrow shoes with turned up toes. His home was in a row of bushes which grew close to the fort. Most people knew not to go near the bushes, but Mr Sullivan decided that they needed a trim. After a few minutes cutting away, he severed the top of his finger, so quit the task.
Crosshaven - Boulder on foreshore
The boulder which can be found here has a granite plinth nearby, stating the rock was thrown into position by the giant of Currabinny.
Doneraile - Area outside Doneraile Court
A farmer returning home encountered a coach pulled by four headless horses, which pulled away from the Court's driveway at breakneck speed. The man later learned that Viscount Doneraile died just before his encounter. The ghost of Lady Casteltown has been reported within the building, as has her husband.