Wales is full of spooky places that are haunted by ghosts and ghouls. Or so the stories go.
And whether you believe or not, it's hard to deny that some of these of buildings are a bit creepy.
There are some you can visit, and even some that you can spend the night in - if you're brave enough, that is.
From old "haunted" boozers to creepy castles, there are some scary places to visit in Wales.
But you might not want to stay by yourself.
Here are the most haunted old pubs and castles you can actually visit in Wales.
1. Skirrid Inn
It's probably Wales' most famous "haunted" spot.
At least four spirits are said to linger within the walls of the former farm house, including the famous Colonel Prichard. Some, they say, have good intentions, others return with a vendetta. You can read more about them here.
And you can still pop in for a pint or stay overnight (we did, you can see what happened in the video above).
Where: The Skirrid Mountain Inn, Llanvihangel Crucorney, Abergavenny, NP7 8DH
2. Ruthin Castle
This old castle is now an award-winning hotel.
However, there are a few famous ghost stories surrounding this impressive building.
One of the most common ghosts mentioned is Lady Grey, the wife of the man who was second in command at the castle.
Lady Grey is said to have murdered a woman, who she believed was having an affair with her husband and for this was executed.
It's said she was buried on the castle grounds and has allegedly been spotted around the castle ever since.
Where: Castle St, Ruthin LL15 2NU
3. The Prince of Wales Inn, Bridgend
Once dubbed "the most haunted pub in Wales," phantom sounds, restless old ladies, clammy undead hands, and even a ghost which smells like "rotten fish" have been reported.
Where: M4, Ton Kenfig, Maudlam, Bridgend CF33 4PR
4. Craig-y-Nos Castle
The country house has featured on numerous ghost hunting TV shows including Most Haunted, and regularly holds ghost hunts and walks on the premises.
It was once home to opera star, Adelina Patti.
Where: Brecon Road, Pen-y-cae, Swansea Valley, SA9 1GL
5. The Thomas Arms, Llanelli
It was video footage was shared on Facebook, that first piqued the interest of supernatural fans, alerting them to activity at The Thomas Arms.
Other reports include a fish bowl sliding the length of the bar and falling off the end, and gas going on and off - which has been blamed on the spirit of an old customer called "Colin", who left his hat in the hotel when he died.
Where: Thomas Street, Llanelli SA15 3JF
6. The Trevor Arms, Wrexham
Marford, where this pub is found, is actually known as the “haunted village” - so it's hardly surprising that this boozer is said to have been the scene of so much paranormal activity.
Among the spirits said to haunt this Grade II listed building are a cavalier, a young girl and a woman who sit by the fireplace, and a mutton-chopped Victorian gentleman in a leather apron.
Where: Marford Hill, Marford, Wrexham LL12 8TA
7. Castle hotel, Neath
According to Robert King, wrote Haunted Neath, there are no less than 12 ghosts said to be haunting the historic coaching inn.
The ghost of a young woman seen leaning out of an upper window is said to be the ghost of a chambermaid who hanged herself there in 1885.
Where: The Parade, Neath SA11 1RB
8. Miskin Manor
If you stop for a drink in this the atmospheric Victorian manor, which was built in the Tudor style, you might be joined by their most-sighted ghost, that of a phantom lady in the drinking area.
The ghostly lady who appears regularly in the bar is said to appear most nights between midnight and 1am.
Where: Talbot Green, Pontyclun, CF72 8ND
9. Coal Exchange, Cardiff
It's now a fancy hotel, where you can stay the night.
But the former Coal Exchange is said to be one of Cardiff's most haunted spots according to the hotel's website.
However, they do add "we’ve yet to catch any ghostly sightings within our walls" - so you'll have to make up your own mind here.
Where: 4-5 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5FQ
10. Gwydir Castle
This Conwy spot is said to be home to a murdered girl, a man and a dog.
The murdered servant girl is said to have been skilled after falling pregnant - she's meant to be in the north wing.
Where: Llanrwst, LL26 0PN
11. The Queen's Head
This pub in Monmouth is said to be home to the spirit of an elderly man who sits by the fire.
There have also been reports of a little girl ghost in a dress and another elderly gent's ghost who hangs around upstairs.
Where: St James Street, Monmouth, Wales
12. Castle Coch
It's said that 13 ghosts are meant to roam this castle that looks like something straight out of a fairytale.
It was designed for the Third Marquis of Bute, but his widow is rumoured to have left upon his death, after claiming to see a ghostly woman in white.
This woman is said to be a servant who lived in the castle and has been haunting the building since the death of her son who drowned in a pond on the castle grounds.
And that's just one story.
Where: Cardiff, CF15 7JS
13. Margam Castle
The land, where the castle is found, has been the site of superstition long before the historic building was erected.
Going back 4,000 years, the land was thought to be sacred and ancient tribes buried their dead in the surrounding hills.
Reports of hauntings go back centuries, with claims of dark ancient spirits on the property.
Cloaked figures are often spotted. Allegedly.
Where: Port Talbot, SA13 2TJ
14. Carne Park Hotel
This family-run pub in Mountain Ash is said to be the home of spirits.
People reckon they've heard footsteps and voices, doors have been said to have locked themselves, and glasses have fallen and broken.
Where: Park Street, Abercynon, CF45 4PF
15. Welcome to Town
This pub restaurant is said to have had a number of ghostly sightings.
Footsteps from the floor above, in the early morning have been heard. That room used to be a courtroom.
There’s also a corner that is said to be home to a ghost - some people have stood there and "felt a presence".
Where: Llanrhidian, Gower SA3 1EH