A9 - From Pitlochry heading towards Newtonmore
Unknown - 2000s?
A husband and wife, together with their 12 year old son, all saw a golden coach pulled by white horses, accompanied by well-dressed coachmen in white wigs. Even though the road was quite busy, the coach travelled towards oncoming traffic, albeit on the side of the road, but no other drivers appeared to notice it.
Abernethy - Castle Law (aka Castlelaw)
The hidden golden cradle was said to have once rocked the children of kings. The small loch in the area is said to fill some people with dread, and if you run around it nine times recanting a certain spell, a hand shall rise and drag you in.
An old postcard showing Airlie Castle.
Airlie - Airlie Castle
When ill-fortune strikes
This harbinger of doom takes the form of a ram that walks a lap of the gardens prior to disaster. A drumming sound is also reported to herald a death in the family.
Alyth - Dunbarre Castle
This castle is said to be the former base of Modred, the nephew of King Arthur. He was killed when the fort was overrun by Scots and Picts. Guinevere may have also been killed here and is reportedly buried at nearby Meigle.
Bankfoot - Bankfoot Inn
Affectionately known as 'The Thing', this entity is said to be a shadowy older male and has been seen standing at the base of beds. Whispers have also been heard on site and items have been knocked over by something unseen.
Beinn a' Ghlo (mountain) - General area
This mountain was home to fairies, one of many sites in Scotland.
Blair Atholl - Glen Tilt, north of the town
Early twentieth century?
Two poachers shacking up in a bothy reported being attacked by a creature that drank blood from one of them. The pair managed to fight the creature off, and it flew away. The story is very similar to the vampire tale that happened at Fealaar, Aberdeenshire.
Blairgowrie - A93 north of the town
This phantom dog, said to be huge, patrols the road. Its presence makes normal dogs nervous and horses shy.
Blairgowrie - Newton Castle
Lady Jean Drummond used witchcraft to seduce and marry the local laird, but those who taught her the magical arts came and abducted Jean on the wedding night. She now sings sad love songs from the tower and has been seen passing through the castle.
Braco - Braco Castle
One of many buildings in the UK that are said to be haunted, but no description of the entity exists. Dogs are said to become quite agitated on the staircase.
Bridge of Earn - Moncrieffe Arms Hotel
Strange sobs have been heard coming from empty guest bedrooms, and hollow footfalls fill the air.
Callander - Loch Venachar
The water horse in this loch was blamed for the deaths of children who were attempting to cross the water.
Cleish - The Lecture Stone (was quarter mile east from church)
The stone was said to be blessed after three attempts to blow it up with gunpowder failed. It has since been moved to an unknown location.
Clifton - Eas Na H'urvisg - waterfall
The cascade of water is named after the human/fairy hybrid that once lived there.
Comrie - Royal Hotel
This phantom woman, dressed in a flowing green dress, wanders the corridors looking for her lost love who perished in a snowstorm.
Crieff - Ferntower House, tower (no longer standing)
Polish troops based at this house claimed the tower was haunted by a white woman. The tower was demolished in 1963.
Crieff - Rosebank Hotel (no longer operational)
While waiting alone in the bar, a witness watched a man in a tweed jacket walk through the wall and, after taking a couple more steps, vanish just as the landlady entered. The witness told the woman what he had seen, and she said that she too had seen the figure. The wall he had passed through where the original bar door was before refurbishments.
Crieff - Undisclosed general store in the town
This poltergeist has spent almost twenty years pushing items from shelving when no one is near, opening and closing doors, and flicking the light switches.
An old postcard showing The Hermitage at Dunkeld.
Dunkeld - The Hermitage
Circa 2011 onwards
The stump of a tree which fell during a storm in December 2011 has become known as a place for wishing. Pennies are hammered into the wooden remains in exchange for good health.
Errol - Megginch Castle
This pair of old women continue to natter away years after the death of the flesh.
Fortingall - Parish church
Surrounded by a wall which protected it from being stripped by nineteenth century tourists, the yew was once thought to have been the birthplace of Pontius Pilate (the man who ordered Jesus to be crucified). The tree is likely to be around 2000 years old, although some have claimed it started to grow 8000 years ago.
Fossaway - Former Mercer family home (unknown whether building still stands) and holly tree near village green
A groom was hanged from the holly tree after stealing a small amount of corn. Before dying the groom cursed the Mercer family, saying that they would never have a son inherit their family home. The curse is said to have lasted for several generations.
Gilmerton - Cultoquhey House Hotel
This hotel was reputedly haunted by a woman wearing an old dress. She would be seen always entering a certain bedroom, but never to leave. She was reputedly seen by a Dutch visitor in 2003.
Glen Devon - Unknown residence
A Brownie left this residence in disgust after the homeowner left some new clothes out for the entity to wear.
Glen Dochart - Pool in the area (not unknown if it still exists)
A pool in the area was said to cure anyone who had developed madness. The magical waters lost their power after a farmer led a mad bull to the pool and allowed it to bathe.