Aberbargoed - Aberbargoed hospital (no longer standing)
Some believed this phantom, said to have been observed by staff and patients, to be a miner who died in a colliery accident, while others thought it to be a former patient.
Aberbargoed - Private residence on the hill
A newly married couple were said to have fled their home after enduring tapping on the walls, disembodied footsteps on the staircase and tin boxes which moved themselves around. Cynics said that the sounds were probably caused by work in the local colliery.
Aberbeeg - A4046 to Ebbw Vale
Policeman Hosea Pope was murdered while trying to arrest a man named James Wise. Pope's ghost has since been seen along this stretch of road.
Aberbeeg - Bridge by the side of the river
A woman walking along the river to her place of work passed by a man wearing a cape and tall hat. She did not pay much attention, but as she walked by, she suddenly felt cold and the hairs on the back of her neck stood up. She turned to face the man, but he had vanished. A few weeks later a close friend drowned at the exact spot of her encounter.
Abergavenny - Coldbrook House (demolished 1954)
The state bedroom was said to be haunted by an entity which could only be perceived by a member of the Hanbury family. The house was also known for its 'bloodstained room', the pool of blood coming from either a duelling gambling man or a maid who rejected the advances of a butler.
Abergavenny - Kings Arms public house
This figure was observed descending the staircase and passing through the lounge.
Abergavenny - Llanvihangel Court
This pallid woman is said to leave the house at midnight and walk into a nearby wood. The White Room is said to be haunted by a little man with green eyes. It is not known for sure whether these ghosts are connected to a series of dark stains on the staircases of the building.
Abergavenny - Skirrid Mountain Inn
While one report described one ghost here only as 'friendly', it may be in the minority. The inn is a former courthouse and claims to have had 182 people executed by noose within. One woman at the inn reportedly developed marks around her neck after feeling something akin to an invisible rope being wrapped around the skin. There has also been a report of a Cromwellian soldier on the site.
Abertillery - Barn near Abertillery House (no longer standing?)
John Jenkins hanged himself in the barn and was discovered by his sister. The woman's screams attracted the attention of a resident of Abertillery House, who looked in the direction of the barn and watched a 'resemblance of a man' violently rotating towards the river.
Abertridwr - Area around the Old Mill footbridge
Late twentieth century
At least one witness watched this glowing figure cross the bridge late one dark night. She has also been seen on the nearby football field, gliding towards the footbridge.
Abertridwr - Unidentified house
A man named Craze lived in the property and was said to have experienced strange knocking and groans which were said to emerge from the kitchen floor.
Aberystruth - Church Lane
A small procession of fairies was reported travelling along the lane towards the church to bury one of their own. Another version of the story says the funeral was ghostly in nature, and when a living man reached out to help carry the coffin, everything vanished, with the man only left holding a horse's skull.
Bargoed - Private Villa
The family here heard footsteps, and experienced lights switching on and off, electrical cables being tugged by an unseen force, and one member having a glass bottle thrown at them.
Bedwas - Hill in Machen
Unknown, likely pre-eighteenth century
Travelling between Bedwas and Risca, a woman and man spotted a boy ahead of them. The boy put his head between his legs and turned into a ball of fire which proceeded to roll up the hill. Later in their journey, the couple came across a pillar of fire which scorched the woman's handkerchief.
Bedwellty - Field known as Y Weirglodd Fawr Dafolog
Six people watched a flock of fairies flying in the sky - two people said they resembled sheep, two people said greyhounds, and the other two said pigs.
Bedwellty - Mountain in the area, close to Ebbw Fawr
Evan Thomas claimed to have scared away invisible fairy hunters by drawing his knife (it was said that fairies were afraid of knives and iron).
Bedwellty - Unidentified field
While passing a field here, Lewis Thomas witnessed a terrible, ghostly man whirling along on its hands and feet.
Blackwood (Y Coed Duon) - Monkey Tree Hotel
This female phantom is said to be most active in rooms 7, 8 and 9.
Blaenavon - Blorenge Mountain
A young girl ran ahead of their family and came across a stone cottage with an older man chopping firewood outside. The man had white hair and long moustache. The girl briefly spoke to the old man, who spoke back to her. Something then made the girl uneasy, so she ran back to her family. When the family passed the area where man and cottage were, all that could be found were old foundation stones of a long-gone building.
Blaenavon - Colliery
One newspaper reported that 'uncanny' sounds were unnerving the locals. Smashed and removed windows were also attributed to the ghostly entity.
Blaenavon - Cycle track below Varteg cemetery and a field at Waun Afon
Around 23:00h, June 2018
Two friends on the cycle track watched as a misty, humanoid shape without features drift downhill. The shape paused before continuing through a field, heading towards a metal bridge over the Afon Llwyd. One of the friends took a photograph which showed a mist hovering above the ground.
Blaenavon - Former nursing home
While checking out this site, investigators heard a piano and children playing in an empty area.
Blorenge - B4246
09 April 2016, 22:30h
A driver and their passenger spotted a human-sized, white/blue cloud moving along this road. The driver could not make out any specific details, although the passenger could make it out as a human-like figure.
Brynmawr - House along Worcester Street
15 November (?) 1886
After a rumour travelled the area that a certain house was haunted, a large crowd gathered outside to see the phantom for themselves. No phantom manifested.
Buckholt - Road through the area
1961 onwards (hound), face sighting possibly mid twentieth century
A driver passing through Buckholt in 1961 reported seeing a large black hound, believed to be Cwn Annwn, a spectral hound of Annwn, although some people believe it to be a ghostly donkey. More recently, although no date has been mentioned, the hound has been seen in a nearby cottage which is also haunted by two phantom people (one short, one headless). Finally, a witness encountered the face of a beautiful woman along the road. The witness apologised and stepped to one side before realising that there was no one else present.