Newcastle upon Tyne - Old George public house
A ghostly man and his dog have been spotted in the bar, vanishing if approached. Another ghostly figure has been seen sitting in a chair, while elsewhere footsteps without feet go about their business.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Private residence along Bentinck Road
A woman and her child moved away from this property after seeing the faded figure of a nun drift down a passage before vanishing. The woman had experienced poltergeist-like activity in the property prior to the sighting, including toys being activated in the early hours of the morning without cause and items vanishing for several days at a time.
Jane wanders the quayside.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Quayside, area around John Wesley's memorial
Jane was executed in 1829 for the murder of her mother, although she did try to frame her boyfriend for the crime. Jane now calls out for her lover to find her.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Robinson's Wine Bar, Cloth Market
This ghostly figure was seen leaning against a wall within the bar. A manager who witnessed the entity described it as a tall man with grey hair, wearing Edwardian clothing.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Sallyport, Carpenter's Tower
This soldier died fighting against the Scots in 1644. His phantom reportedly gazes from the tower window. One witness watched him float from the ground into the air, disappearing into the ceiling - she was later told that a spiral staircase stood where she had seen the apparition.
Newcastle upon Tyne - St Andrew's Churchyard
A young curate who fell in love with the daughter of a local landowner was now about to set off to see the lass at home when he spotted her walking around the churchyard. The man ran into the churchyard, but she had vanished. The following day he discovered that she had died at home during the night. Though it is said she still walks the area, none have seen her recently.
A vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Newcastle upon Tyne - St Mary's Well, Jesmond
Well still present, vision in late eleventh century
This well was once said to have magical healing properties, while at an unstated location nearby, an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared just after England was invaded by the Normans.
Newcastle upon Tyne - St Nicholas Church (now Newcastle Cathedral)
Before this church became Newcastle Cathedral, there were reports of a tall shadowy knight who would walk around day and night, vanishing around corners and pillars. The clank of ghostly armour was also heard.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Stevenson Street, North Shields
A house along this road was haunted by the cries of a child, and the heart wrenching sobs of a woman - an infant's body was later discovered concealed within the building.
Newcastle upon Tyne - The Cooperage public house, alleyways near the building
Trying to escape pressgangers, Hardwick was murdered, and has been seen near to where he died. A man dressed in Edwardian garb has also been seen in the area.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Tyne Theatre
The ghost that has been felt as it pushes past people is thought to be an actor killed when a stage prop travelling at high velocity landed on him. He also reportedly has a favourite seat, in which he is occasionally seen.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Tynemouth Priory
This Viking raider who eventually found God has been seen on the site where so much raping and looting took place. Other phantom monks have been observed on site, several appearing to pray at a stone in the graveyard.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Unnamed public house along Westgate Road
This ghostly figure wearing a red coat walked through a barman closing the bar.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Victoria Tunnel
William was killed in an accident on 16 June 1852 after being hit by a coal wagon. His ghost is reputed to haunt the area and may have been seen by a tour guide in 2018. Other reported manifestations include footsteps, booms and voices.
An oversized ghostly cat in a mill.
Newcastle upon Tyne - Willington Mill
Just a small part of the phenomena, the footsteps were heard first. Over a period of weeks, these developed into bangs, whistling, the sounds of machinery, and finally a voice that spoke. Phantom animals were seen around the building. The family finally moved out, though the spirit stayed a little longer (but was much quieter).
South Shields - Alum Ale House
Several spooky entities have been reported as haunting this site, including Giggly Meg, a Grey Lady, a Victorian gentleman, and a former barman.
South Shields - Barr Porter / Thai Udon Kitchen (restaurant), Dean Road
Warned by a former owner that the place was haunted, Alex Barr and Lee Porter opened their new restaurant and soon heard strange knocking coming from the upper part of the building. A visiting psychic claimed the site was home to three entities - Margaret, a young boy named James, and a monk. A photograph taken in a venue room purports to show a ghostly figure.
South Shields - Beacon public house (no longer operating)
A local newspaper claimed the Beacon was haunted by a barmaid who fell into the cellar.
South Shields - House along Thrift Street (no longer standing)
Unknown - likely to be pre twentieth century
A maid venturing into the basement at night encountered a phantom elderly lady who instructed her to reach into an opening in the cellar wall. The maid did as instructed and pulled out a bag of gold and the deeds to the house. The maid, unsurprising, retired.
South Shields - Jazz hairdressers, Frederick Street
Footsteps, whistling, knocking, and a solid, hovering cloud have all been reported by staff at the salon. Customers have reported seeing people dressed in old fashioned clothing in the upper part of the building. A barman is said to have died falling down the basement stairs when the building was a club during the 1950s.
South Shields - Look Out public house
A ghostly Roman soldier who reputedly appears in the basement is said to be connected to the nearby Roman Fort.
South Shields - Riverside, and general area
This figure is said to appear by the river when someone is lost at sea, and sometimes knocks on the door of a family that is due a tragedy.
South Shields - Scotia public house
A local story says the cellar is home to a phantom named Tommy who can be heard moving around using his walking stick.
A ghostly lighthouse keeper.
South Shields - Souter Lighthouse
Three phantoms are thought to haunt this locale - an unknown woman, a miner from a nearby pit, and an old lighthouse keeper. One or all of them could be responsible for the bangs and the ghostly footsteps heard around the site.
South Shields - Steamboat public house
The resident spook in this pub was identified as a sailor who lost his footing and fell into the cellar.