Dublin - John Mulligan's public house, Poolbeg Street
One barman watched a bottle of brandy fly off the shelf, while other staff have reported knocking and footsteps in empty parts of the pub. A figure has also been reported walking by the bar when the pub is closed.
Dublin - Jones's Road
Riding headless on the back of a white horse, this phantom is named as Buck Jones, former City Sheriff (though the man died in a debtor's prison).
Dublin - Kilmainham Gaol (former prison, now a museum)
Late twentieth century
While being renovated, workers in this old gaol reported hearing strange footsteps. Other visitors have reported the feeling of being watched.
Dublin - Kimmage Road
The area where an old woman was murdered by a tramp was haunted by a strange jangling sound. Two sisters who heard the jangling were hit by a blast of air as it passed them.
Dublin - Mansion House
After Lord Mayor Naoise O Muiri's four year old daughter reported seeing a girl with dark curly hair watching television, he told the local press that the building was haunted.
An ghostly archbishop reads through old books.
Dublin - Marsh's Library
The wraithy Archbishop still looks through the books and manuscripts which line the library's shelves. One legend says he is searching for a lost letter, hidden within the pages of an unknown volume.
Dublin - Mater Private Nursing Hospital (no longer standing?)
Sean appeared to his friend Dan Breen as he lay in hospital - both were involved in a gun fight with the British, though Sean died of his wounds some hours before visiting Dan.
Dublin - Monkstown area
Phantom singing, combined with the occasional whimper for help, could be heard for a few months during 1977.
Dublin - Murrays Car Rental (no longer operating), Lower Baggot Street
Staff here experienced pens being thrown around the office, fire extinguishers falling from their mountings, and strange voices interrupting telephone calls.
An old postcard of Dublin Museum.
Dublin - National Museum of Ireland (was Collins Barracks)
Several entities are said to exist at this former barracks, including a black shadowy figure and a soldier in nineteenth century uniform. Truck drivers have reported seeing figures in Napoleonic era uniforms burying the dead in Croppy Park, while visiting tourists said that they had watched soldiers in First World War uniforms, believing them to be a re-enactment group. Screams, panicked horses and gunfire have also been heard coming from the area.
Dublin - Olympia Theatre, Dame Street
Doors and windows have been known to rattle violently in this theatre, and once a dressing room was virtually destroyed by an unknown presence, although it is more common to merely hear footsteps.
Dublin - Percy Place
The Sherwood Forest regiment suffered heavy losses during the Battle of Mount Street Bridge, just around the corner from Percy Place. The ghostly soldier seen standing on guard is believed to have participated in the fight.
An old postcard of Dublin's Phoenix Park.
Dublin - Phoenix Park
It has been claimed that the ghost of Jonathan Swift haunts the park.
Dublin - Private flat, Camden Row
Late twentieth or early twenty-first century
A former occupier reported that a horrible smell would periodically come from a wall and a door would be heard slamming, although they could never figure out which door it was. The occupier's partner also encountered black smoke which took human form and started to insult her.
Dublin - Private residence, Ballsbridge area
A phantom woman wearing nineteenth century clothing was observed knitting while sitting on a rocking chair. The witness initially mistook the ghost as a family member.
Dublin - Private residence, Jobstown Estate, Tallaght district
A man awoke in a cold sweat at 03:30h, to an extremely loud high pitched wail which seemed to shift around his home. He rang his girlfriend, and she was able to clearly hear the sound. Two weeks later, they heard of a death in the family.
Dublin - Private residence, Manor Street
1980s and 1990s
A former occupant who grew up in the house said that one family member had seen a monk while the witness herself had seen her own doppelganger. Other strange activities included banging, voices, footsteps cold spots and the smell of tobacco.
Dublin - Property close to Waterloo Road
Early / mid Twentieth century?
Elliot O'Donnell mentions that a property around this area was supposed to be haunted and cause depression in anyone who stayed in a particular room.
Dublin - Pussy's Leap, Templeogue area
Early / mid twentieth century
The large black canine which walked his area created the sound of jangling chains with each step it took.
Dublin - Rathmines Bridge, Portobello Harbour
The hostile phantom of a former lock keeper has been blamed for the deaths of seven people over the years - it takes the form of a blinding light which causes disorientation in witnesses, resulting in them falling into the waters below and drowning.
Dublin - Residence in Walkinstown Avenue
The Irish Examiner reported that the Quinn's family house was haunted by an elderly woman. The phantom, moving around with the aid of a stick, was said to have been photographed.
Dublin - Roper's Rest, leading to Love Lane
This decapitated figure rides along the road once darkness falls.
Dublin - Sean Kavanaghs public house, aka The Gravediggers, Glasnevin
Man in 1970s, dog unknown
An elderly man dressed in an old fashioned set of tweeds was said to occasionally sit near the bar. A ghostly dog was also seen just outside the inn.
An old postcard showing the Shelbourne hotel in Dublin.
Dublin - Shelbourne hotel
Late twentieth century onwards
Medium Sybil Leek said that she had met this young girl in Room 526, and that the youngster was looking for someone named Sophie. In 2015, the hotel claimed that guests would flee one particular room in terror.
Dublin - St Audoen's Church
The church is said to be the haunt of lepers. The area outside the church is home to a green lady, reputed to be Darky Kelly, executed for killing her unborn child (or five men).