Newtyle - Bulb Farm (no longer standing, replaced by housing)
02 June (reoccurring), or thereabouts, after sunset
A white figure, thought to be decapitated, was said to move slowly around the area, as if looking for its missing body part. Groaning is also heard in the area.
River North Esk - Ponnage (aka Pontage, aka Ferry) Pool
A mortal managed to catch a water spirit by using a magical bridle and forced the creature to move stones to Morphie to assist in the building of a castle. One day the bridle was accidently removed; the kelpie escaped, shouting a curse which resulted in the castle being demolished.
Strathmartine - Nine Maiden's Well (now buried, exact location not known)
A dragon which guarded a well managed to eat nine maidens who came one by one to draw water. It was finally slain by a man named Martin, due to be married to the youngest maiden.
Turin - Fields near Turin House
Day time, Summer, 1989
A mother and daughter watched a large white cat close to woodland over a period of fifteen to twenty minutes. They compared the size of the cat to that of a deer.
Vigeans - Church of St Vigeans
Legend said that building materials for the church were carried into position by a water kelpie. The creature said if anyone working for the church ever took their own life, the church would sink into a great lake which lay deep under the building. In the eighteenth century the minister of the parish committed suicide and some stories say many people gathered near the church to watch it being consumed into the ground. Needless to say, many people were also left disappointed when their expectations were not met.