Ballyferriter - Graveyard
Likely nineteenth century
After a non-local man was buried in this graveyard, the ghosts of his ancestors were seen walking slowly towards his grave.
Ballyheigue - Ballyheigue Castle
This ghost was once a well-treated prisoner in the castle, who died trying to protect the building from a large scale robbery.
Beaufort - General area
A sound likened to that of a train has been said to wake locals in the early hours of the morning, even though the closest rail tracks are 15 kilometres away. The humming sound has been reported to be so loud that houses vibrate.
A gold covered snake-like creature.
Brandon - Mount Brandon - Lough Veagh and/or Lough Geal
This lake is home to a mythical snake-like beast which is covered in jewels and gold. The monster is said only to appear once every seven years.
Brosna - Former croft at Knockeencreen (currently a cattle shed?)
Early twentieth century?
A man whose cattle were dying mysteriously was informed by a passing gypsy that his home was blocking a fairy path, and by leaving the doors open at night, the fairies could pass happily pass through. The man did so, and the deaths stopped.
Clashmealcon - Area around Brown's Castle
The ghostly, earless dog that haunted this area was supposed to emerge from the castle's moat at night before wandering off to hunt rabbits.
Derrymore - Derrymore House
Late nineteenth century
As the owner of the house lay dying, the other family members around his bed heard a horse drawn coach pull up outside the house. Believing it to be the doctor, they rushed downstairs, but nothing could be seen on the gravel driveway. The owner died soon after.
Derrynane (aka Darrynane) - Off the coast
A fishing vessel crewed by eleven men sank on shallow rocks, the accident killing two. Some of the survivors claimed they had heard a disembodied voice warning them not to embark, and then just before the accident, they heard laughter and other noises, but could not see anything in the darkness of night.
Dingle - Fairy fort just outside of town
Farmer Hanafin left a cow unmilked on his land to ensure the local fairies could feed their children. When Hanafin fell into financial difficulty and the bailiffs tried to take his cattle as payment, the fairies fought back; the bailiffs were almost killed by an unseen force, and the cattle ran back to pasture.
Dingle - John Street
A family named Hussey were filled with dread when they heard the wailing of the banshee outside their home. However, the banshee stopped crying and told them that she would never warn 'hoarding traders' of impending death. Sure enough, the following day the family discovered another man by the name of Hussey in the town had died.
Dun an Oir - General area
01 October (reoccurring)
Over eight hundred Spanish soldiers landed here in 1580, overrunning an English garrison. Spanish reinforcements failed to come, however, and their victory was short lived when more English troops arrived. The Spaniards surrendered, but most were immediately put to death by the enraged English. Their death throes echo around the area on the anniversary of their defeat.
Kenmare - Dromquinna Manor
Owner Mike Robertson made the local press after he offered a reward of 50k to anyone who could tame the three ghosts which haunted his property, thought to a one woman and two men. The ghosts were blamed for the strange sounds which were heard after dark.
Kilconly Point - Sea
A mermaid which was spotted several times in this area was described as a 'normal' woman, leading one to conclude that maybe she was..?
Killarney - Cahernane House Hotel
Gwendolyn, the daughter of the first owner of the property, is said to remain here and has been spotted on the main staircase.
Killarney - Coolclogher House
Mid twentieth century?
The phantom said to have been heard on the staircase would appear to have been banished after a Mass was performed on the site.
Killarney - Derrycunnihy Church and surrounding area
A variation on the vanishing hitchhiker story has the ghostly white woman supposed to haunt this church sometimes appear in the back seat of passing cars. The stories say she died in an accident close to the church while cycling home.
Killarney - Governor's Rock
The GhostEire team recorded an EVP that they identified as a girl speaking French.
Killarney - Killegy Cemetery
A former servant at Muckross House, it is said that Sarah died in mysterious circumstances after entering a relationship with the owner of the property.
Killarney - Lake Hotel
Donal McCarthy Mor founded the nearby Muckross Abbey but has now wandered away and frequents the hotel bar. The site is also reputed to be haunted by a young woman or girl in nineteenth century clothing.
The phantom horse and rider emerge from the lake.
Killarney - Lough Leane
01 May (O'Donoghue, every 7 years) (reoccurring), others on misty nights
A warrior by the name of O'Donoghue is said to emerge from the waters of the lake on the back of a white horse once every seven years. Another story has an unidentified figure walking a hound appear on misty nights.
Killarney - Old Kilbeggan Distillery
Several people are reported to have seen a robed figure walking around the site, leading to speculation the distillery is haunted by a monk. One of the original owners of the property, constructed in the mid-eighteenth century, was also said to have remained here.
Killorglin - Ard na Sidhe Country House
Bess Stokes was said to take the form of an older lady in grey, and haunt the gate close to the cottage that she had built.
Killorglin - Manor Inn Hotel
While one newspaper reported the site was haunted by a prophet, it is unclear where this story originated. One paranormal group recorded a heavy door opening unaided.
Listowel - Glanuna Foka, house along Convent Street
Late nineteenth century
During one polt outbreak, chairs and other furniture were thrown through the windows. Locals were quickly on the scene but could not find anyone in the house.
A cryptid resembling a black pig.
Lough Brin - Water near Moll's Gap
1954 and 1979
This area was visited in 2004 by a Japanese TV crew looking for the monster said to live here. The entity has a similar appearance to a black pig but blowed water from its back like a whale. It was spotted in 1954 by a farmer taking his cattle for milking, while in 1979 two more farmers spotted a black three metre long creature swimming in the waters.