Blue Lady, the ghost of a woman reported in and around the Moss Beach Distillery Cafe in Moss Beach, California.
Joe Bush, a ghost that allegedly haunts the Sumpter Valley Gold Dredge in Sumpter, Oregon. He is said to leave wet, bare footprints on the decks of the dredge, cause lights to flicker, and doors to open and close.
The Ridgeway Ghost of Wisconsin Folklore, is believed to terrorize people along a 25-mile stretch of old mining road.
Slag Pile Annie, a ghost appearing as an elderly woman working in a remote and hard-to-access location in the former Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation mill in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Greenbrier Ghost, the alleged ghost of a young woman in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. In a murder trial, her "testimony of a ghost" was accepted as evidence.
Emily, the ghost of a high school age girl who supposedly haunts a covered bridge in Stowe, Vermont. The bridge is dubbed "Emily's Bridge" and she is said to be seen only at midnight.
The Bell Witch was a poltergeist said to haunt the family of John Bell near the town of Adams, Tennessee starting in 1817. The spirit was said to have been witnessed by Andrew Jackson although this is highly unlikely and has manifested itself as various animals and a disembodied voice mocking John and citing scripture from the Bible. It was also said to have tormented the family violently but seemed to have a fondness for daughter Betsy as she grew older until she fell in love with a man the witch despised. Eventually the ghost was blamed for John Bell's death after it was said it left a poison disguised as medicine. The Bell Witch partly inspired The Blair Witch Project and the events of her story were depicted in the film An American Haunting.
The Wizard Clip was apparently a ghost which haunted a home in Middleway, WV where a Catholic traveler died in 1794 without benefit of the Last rites or any Catholic Sacrament. For years, visitors to the house had articles of clothing and even their own hair clipped, often in the shapes of stars or crescent moons. The ghost was eventually exorcised by a pair of Catholic Priests who performed a Mass at the house, restoring peace to the house. In gratitude, the owner of the home deeded about 35 acres of his land to the Catholic Church.
The ghost of Resurrection Mary haunts roads and buildings around Resurrection Cemetery near Justice, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.
The Ghosts from Pac-Man, Blinky (red), Pinky (pink), Inky (blue) and Clyde (Orange) and Sue.
The Phantom of the Opera, also known as Erik and "The Opera Ghost", the antagonist of the novel, The Phantom of the Opera and Andrew Lloyd Webber's West End musical of the same name. However, he is not a literal ghost.
Booboo, a regular inhabitant of the house, who enjoys spooking but generally is not able to scare the other members of the household because he is a young ghost and mostly quite seems cute to them.
"The Whites" are two fully mature and rather heavyset male ghosts. They call each other by the name "Mr. White". They have some rank in the ghostly realm and are Booboo's superiors. Both wears sunglasses and but one wears a tie, who seems to be the highest rank.
Mettaton and Napstablook from Undertale. The former is a ghost inside a robot body and the latter is Mettaton's cousin, who makes "spook remixes".
Archibald Corduroy, Ma and Pa Duskerton and the unnamed lumberjack from Gravity Falls
Tenkuuji Takeru, protagonist of Kamen Rider Ghost. The ghosts of fifteen significant historical figures also appear in the series as power-ups and plot devices, with more appearing in related movies and side-stories.