Newlands House, Newlands Cross, Clondalkin, Dublin. Haunted by the phantom coach of its original owner, the Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, Lord Kilwarden, dragged from his coach and murdered in Thomas Street during Emmet’s rebellion of 1803.
Outraged Irish legal society (you don’t mess with the Bench) secured speedy retribution against Emmet, bribing his defence counsel to secure a conviction and arranging for him to be hung drawn and quartered not far from the scene of the crime.
Sadly, this was not enough to placate the murdered beak, whose carriage, interrupted in its journey, continues to thunder invisibly but noisily to Newlands (now a golf club) more often than sleep-starved locals might necessarily like.
Sometimes it even halts halfway up the drive for ten minutes or so before resuming its journey; possibly to allow the noble but alas headless lord to improve his handicap…
Verification (for doubting Thomases) here.