Athgreany - Stone circle, aka Piper's Stones
Stone still present
Played by the fairy folk, the sound of bagpipes could once be heard emerging from the stones. A tree in the centre of the stone circle is considered to belong to the fairies.
Aughavannagh - Youth Hostel
Hempenstall was a hangman who stood just over two metres tall, killed shortly after the 1798 rebellion by a group out to revenge their fallen friends. His massive frame is still said to silently appear around the area.
Avoca - Motto Stone
If a person can walk around the stone three times without thinking of a goat, their wish is granted!
Bray - Domino's Pizza restaurant
The local press reported that lights would flicker, empty boxes fell to the floor and strange noises were heard from the rear of the shop.
An old postcard of Lover's Leap rock in the Dargle Valley
Bray - Lover's Leap rock, Dargle Valley
23 June (or Midsummer Eve) (reoccurring)
The female ghost which appears here once a year is said to be that of a woman who was unfaithful to her boyfriend. He died of grief, and the woman sat in mourning over his grave continuously for several days before taking her life on the rock, leaping into the river below.
Glen of Imaal - Coolmoney House
The slim teenager in a white dress which haunts this property on army land was nicknamed Nelly. She was thought to have been a murdered servant.
An old postcard showing Glendalough Monastery ruins
Glendalough - Monastery ruins
This woman in a red dress is said to have been killed by Saint Kevin, who whipped the woman with nettles and pushed her into a lake. Her form is said to have appeared on several photographs taken in the area.
Kilbaylet Lower - Ancient stones
A woman was said to have seen the phantoms of local people dancing on these stones late one night.
Kilruddery - Area near Deerpark
The sound of footsteps followed by a heavy fall is said to indicate the spot where a poacher died; having been shot a short distance away, the man staggered a short distance away before falling.
Lough Nahanagan - Stone by the waters
A rock here was said to cause sudden rainfall if hit with a stick. If the person who struck the rock apologised, the skies would quickly clear. The lough itself was the traditional home of a water horse.
Lower Lough Bray - Waters of the lake
03 June 1963
Two friends watching the Lough spotted a large, dark grey circular body rise from the lake, almost four metres in circumference. The head was slightly away from the body and stood ninety centimetres out of the water.
Poulaphouca Reservoir - Beneath the waters
This valley was reported to be home to a pooka before it was flooded to create the reservoir.
Redcross - Country lane in the area
A woman walking home tried to pat a black dog which appeared and padded along beside her. Her hand passed straight through the creature, and it vanished a few moments later.
Wicklow - Wicklow Gaol
A team of ghost hunters photographed red mist as they investigated this site. Previous visitors have encountered a female in dark clothes and heard a young boy crying in a former schoolroom.
Wicklow - Wicklow Head Lighthouse
A local legend says that, during the mid-nineteenth century, this woman was decapitated with a scythe after a jealous former boyfriend became overly upset when he discovered her engagement to another. The entity is said to haunt the staircase, and according to one story, was once seen by a party of six people staying at the building.