This farm was troubled in the 19th century by a bwgan (Welsh word for an invisible and troublesome ghost) who caused mayhem in the kitchens and dairy. A clergyman eventually tricked him into a barn. Whilst in the barn the spirit showed itself as a shape-shifter, turning itself into various different forms, before the clergyman convinced the spirit to change into a fly. The spirit obliged, at which point the cunning clergyman trapped the fly inside a tobacco box!
Stanscote is a small, wood-framed cottage in Treuddyn, that was built around the end of the Great War. When a couple bought it some years ago, the previous owner left them a “large, Victorian Bible” and instructed them that it was not to leave the house. A shade dressed in WWI period infantryman’s uniform has been seen in a field at the bottom of their garden, and some strange noises have been reported in the house. It is believed that the apparition is the spirit of “Stan”, a young soldier who was killed in the trenches. His parents built the house, but he never saw it. His body was apparently laid to rest in the village churchyard.