Tour Haunted Cortachy Castle Scotland


Tour Haunted Cortachy Castle on visit to Angus, Scotland. Caught having an affair with the wife of the castle's owner, a drummer was placed in his own drum and rolled out from a tower. On the verge of dying he cursed all future generations who would live at the castle. His ghostly drum can be heard beating before a death in the family.

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Tour Haunted Comlongon Castle Scotland

Tour Haunted Comlongon Castle on visit near Dumfries, Scotland. This Scottish castle is reportedly haunted by the ghost of Lady Marion Carruthers who took her own life by leaping from the lookout tower rather than spend any more time with her husband.

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Tour Haunted Closeburn Castle Scotland

Tour Haunted Closeburn Castle on visit near Thornhill north of Dumfries, Scotland. Prior to death in the Kirkpatrick family, swans once brought peace and happiness here, until one was killed by a family member. Now, family death is heralded when a swan appears with a red stained breast.

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Tour Haunted Claypotts Castle Scotland

Tour Haunted Claypotts Castle on visit to West Ferry in Dundee, Scotland. This Scottish castle is haunted by a White Lady seen at a window in the castle each 29 May. She is reputed to be the ghost of Marion Ogilvie, the mistress of Cardinal Beaton who was murdered in St Andrews, Fife, on 29 May 1546. Appearing upset, the ghost of a white woman frantically waves from a high window once every year. In life she was a mistress of Cardinal Beaton.

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Tour Haunted Cessnock Castle Ayrshire Scotland

Tour Haunted Cessnock Castle on visit to East Ayrshire, Scotland. Mary Queen of Scots is said to have come to the castle after her defeat at the battle of Langside, the site of which is also said to be haunted. One of her ladies in waiting died during her brief stay and she is said to haunt the castle. The ghost of John Knox is also said to wander the castle preaching sermons. The ghost of John Knox also walks around the castle grounds, quoting religious texts.

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Tour Haunted Cawdor Castle Scotland

Tour Haunted Cawdor Castle on visit to Nairn, Moray, Scotland. This Scottish castle became part of the Campbell empire when Muriel Calder, heiress to the castle, was kidnapped at the age of 12 and married to the Earl of Argyll's son, Sir John Campbell in 1511. A ghost wearing a blue velvet dress has been reported in the castle and she is believed to be the ghost of Muriel Calder.

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Tour Haunted Cardoness Castle Scotland

Tour Haunted Cardoness Castle on visit to Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. After a curse was placed on the castle three owners went bankrupt. The forth and his family were drowned in the nearby loch when the ice cracked while they skated on it.

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Tour Haunted Carbisdale Castle Scotland

Tour Haunted Carbisdale Castle on visit to Sutherland, Scotland. A Lady in white haunts this Scottish castle, thought to be the ghost of the Duchess Blair.

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