A grey figure, said to be the 'Lonely ANZAC', First World War soldier Thomas Hunter who died in the building in 1916 from wounds received in France. His ghost is seen on the stairs or first floor corridor, and was most recently seen in July 2006, but has been felt or sensed since. A strange figure was caught on camera on the stairs in April 2007.
A ghostly kitchen maid who fell to her death on the back stairs (which are not open to the public except for pre-booked tours) - did she fall, did she jump, or was she pushed? Female visitors report the impression of being pushed from behind by invisible hands, many people feel unwell in this area and strange noises have been heard.
A dark male presence has been seen and felt lurking near the Museum's recreation of a period shop on the first floor. Footsteps have been heard here, most recently in September 2007.
A ghostly Roman soldier is said to be connected for eternity to his sword, on display in the Museum's archaeology gallery. He has been most recently seen in September 2006.
A white lady who follows visitors around the upper floor of the building was seen most recently by two visitors in December 2006.
Poltergeist activity has been reported in one of the ground floor rooms - furniture has been found mysteriously moved overnight, most recently in September 2007.
A little girl returns in spirit form in the Geology gallery, leaving messages on tape recordings as well as terrifying a workman.
The Museum's eerie ancient cellar has a particular reputation, where slamming doors, strange noises and a threatening male presence have been reported. Items have been thrown at some ghost hunters, most recently in October 2007. In addition a hooded figure has been seen in the cellar, most recently in July 2007.Banging doors, ghostly footsteps and voices, unaccountable smells, mysterious lights and orbs have all also been reported around the building