Rhiwsaeson - Unknown road in the area
A woman in white who haunted the area was said to have tried to locate a newborn baby, the kiss of which would release her from her fate.
River Ogmore - Exact location not known
Unknown Ghost Type
A tailor's wife was asked by a ghost to cast some treasure, gained during its lifetime by nefarious means, into the river so it could rest easy. The woman did so, but tossed the treasure upstream rather than downstream, condemning the ghost to remain earthbound. The ghost created a strong wind which whisked the woman high into the air and she was later found unconscious along a lane.
St Athan - Area around site of West Orchard castle
Rumoured to have been buried alive by her cruel husband who (incorrectly) believed she was having an affair, this white lady was once said to walk the castle and the surrounding area.
St Donats - Large cave at Tresilian Bay
First New Moon of the New Year (reoccurring)
Peter, pirate, was buried alive at the mouth of a large cave here. For one evening a year he screams out for help.
St Donats - St Donats Castle
When death occurs in the family
This ghost heralds a death in the family very much like a banshee - wailing pierces the night air, and scratching is heard at windows. The entity was named as Lady Stradling, murdered by another member of her family. The apparition is also seen, some writing at it resembles an old, haggled woman, while others claim the figure wears high heels and a gown made of fine silk. If this was not enough, the castle is also reported to be home to a large floating eye that glows, a semi-transparent large black cat, and a piano that has a habit of playing itself.
St Donats - Unnamed cottage close to the castle
Unknown Ghost Type
A housekeeper who lived in this cottage after the death of her employer became haunted by his ghost. A prayer meeting was held in the cottage during which the ghost manifested to the housekeeper and revealed a hidden bag of coins, instructing the lady to take them and discard the loot into the nearby River Ogmore.
St Nicholas - Dusty Forge Inn
Legend - Old Nick
This inn was once a blacksmith, where the Devil was caught making new shoes for himself.
St Nicholas - Tinkinswood Cromlech
Stones still present
The small standing stones around this cromlech were once women who were petrified for dancing on the Sabbath. It is said that if one sleeps between them, there is a chance of becoming a great poet, going mad, or dying.
Swanbridge - Captain's Wife public house
This public house is named after a local tale which says a phantom fisherman's wife haunts the area, awaiting the return of her husband lost at sea during a storm. Another legend says when the captain's wife died, her body was kept in a box - the box was stolen, mistaken for treasure.
Taff's Well - Area around natural spring
The waters of the well were once used to cure rheumatism and are said to have been in use since Roman times. The area is reputedly home to a phantom grey lady.