Trelawnyd - Gop Carn
Ghostly Roman troops have been reported patrolling the site. Some believe the hill is the final resting place of Boudicca, others say it is that of a Roman general.
Tremeirchion - Churchyard Wall
Legend - Old Nick
Former vicar and black magician, Daffyd made a pact with the Devil to take his soul 'whether buried in the churchyard or out'. Needless to say, the wizard cheated Old Nick by ensuring his body was buried under the boundary wall.
Tremeirchion - Salusbury Arms public house
It was claimed that this pub once had seven ghosts, but an exorcism reduced the number to three.
Treuddyn Mold - Penyffordd Farm
This farmhouse is home to many strange phenomena, including a phantom named Jane Jones (whose gravestone was discovered under the lawn), a ghostly monk who looks 'real' until he vanishes, and poltergeist-like behaviour. After an Irish couple reported seen visions of the Virgin Mary in the field, the location also became a mini pilgrimage site.
Wrexham - Erddig Estate, the '46 steps'
Late twentieth century
A local legend from this area relates to the untimely death of a young lad who drowned nearby. He has appeared several times over the years, dressed in his old school uniform.
Wrexham - Kings Mills, 'Biniki' tourist spot, Hang Man's Tree
Late twentieth century
The strange mist seen moving slowly around the tree base may be connected to the previous usage of the thick branches.
Wrexham - Oak Road
1999, early evening
A driver and passenger driving along this road watched a tall dark figure cross the road ahead of them. The figure appeared to be hovering.
Wrexham - Stiwt Theatre
Paranormal team Soulsearchers Northwest UK investigated this building and claimed to contact several spirits, including a cleaner with one eye, a young child who fell from a balcony, and a former manager.
Wrexham - Thirsty Scholar public house
A vicar was summoned to bless the pub after staff reported glasses shattering in their hands and items being thrown around the building. Some say the public house was once used as a mortuary.
Wrexham - Wrexham police station
Unknown Ghost Type
While refuelling a van in the yard, Special Constable Mark Davies spotted the reflection of a tall policeman standing behind him in one of the windows. Davies turned to speak to the officer, but there was no one there. It was speculated that the ghostly figure was a motorcyclist who had died a few months earlier.