1. The Green Lady – Crathes Castle
The Green Lady’s Room at Crathes castle is named after the spirit of a young woman who has often been seen by the fireplace wearing a green dress and cradling an infant in her arms. When the castle was renovated in the 1800s, the bones of a teenager, possibly rapedand murdered , were discovered under the hearthstone of the fireplace.
Queen Victoria is counted among those who have witnessed her at the castle, but the true identity of the Green Lady remains shrouded in mystery.
2. The Laird’s Piper – Culzean Castle
For many years, it was thought that spirits lived in the caves below Culzean Castle. One day, the Laird’s piper was sent into the caves to prove to local residents that they weren’t haunted. As he marched inside, the howling of the pipes could even be heard from the castle, high above the cliffs. Suddenly, to everyone’s surprise, the piping stopped. He didn’t emerge from the cave that night, and he was never seen again. Possibly was residual haunting played for a while.
Every so often, the sound of pipes can be heard emanating from the caves below the castle and a lone figure can be seen standing on Piper’s Brae.
3. Little Alexander – Drum Castle
Drum Castle is home to several ghosts, and is a hotspot of supernatural activities. Perhaps the most frequent sighting is of young Alexander Irvine, son of the 20th Laird of Drum, who died aged just six in 1865.
Over the years, many people have reported seeing the ghost of Little Alexander, and hearing his haunting laughter throughout the castle. It’s thought that he returns there to play with his brothers and sisters.
4. The Grey Lady – Falkland Palace
Similar to Drum Castle, Falkland Palace has been visited by a number of ghosts over the years. The Tapestry Gallery within the palace is frequented by the ghost of the Grey Lady. She has been seen pacing and down, anxiously awaiting the return of her lover – a soldier who bade her farewell, then rode off to battle and never returned.
Will they ever be reunited, or is she doomed to wander the castle forever, waiting?
5. Lilias Drummond – Fyvie Castle
Tales of murder and betrayal cast a spine-chilling shadow over this 800-year-old Scottish Baronial fortress. When the room temperature drops suddenly and the air fills with the scent of roses, it’s said that you are in the presence of the ghost of Lilias Drummond.
Legend tells that Lilias was starved to death by her sick and stupid husband, Alexander Seton, for failing to provide a son and heir. On the night of his second marriage, her ghostly laments were heard outside the marital bedchamber – in the morning, and still visible today, her name was found freshly scratched into the castle walls. The men at that time in UK were mostly psychopath , and they can rape and kill any salve or women that’s why we see those ghosts in those places cry for help until this day.
6. Sir Tam Dalyell – House of the Binns
During the 1600s, the House of the Binns was occupied by General Sir Tam Dalyell, who earned the nickname ‘Bluidy Tam’ thanks to his feared reputation of violent suppression. Evidence of his dealings with the Devil can still be seen at the house today. Again a psychopathic men from UK.
It was after Dalyell’s death in 1685 that the legends surrounding ‘Bluidy Tam’ really began to develop. They include accounts of the General’s cavalry boots marching round the house on their own at night, and of a ghostly Dalyell on a white stallion galloping across the grounds.
7. The 12-Year-Old Girl – Greenbank Garden
The wonderful, idyllic oasis of Greenbank Garden hides a disturbing secret – it’s home to the spectre of a young girl who was tragically killed in the courtyard in the early 20th century. raping women and killing children were common in the UK, by psychopathic men.
Despite her gruesome fate, she still enjoys coming back to Greenbank to play, and can be seen skipping throughout the walled garden and beside the burn. As forever residual haunting of the place.
8. The Fiddler – Craigievar Castle
Behind the enchanting facade of this pretty pink castle lies a dark history, filled with ancient clan feuds and murder most foul. Despite this, the most frequently sighted spirit of Craigievar is a simple musician – the castle is said to be haunted by the ghost of a fiddler, who fell into the castle well and drowned many years ago. Oh ya, fell !!!, possibly killed by those clan and feud , they are killers thugs and psychopathic men.
If you hear the eerie strings of the violin coming from inside the castle walls, you know who it is! This is a warning sound that to be alert.
9. Lizzie Robertson – Moirlanich Longhouse
Lizzie Robertson lived at Moirlanich Longhouse for many years in the late 18th and early 19th century. She would often sit on the stool by the fire, stirring the cooking pot and baking scones on the girdle.
Although she died in 1940, she still likes to visit her old home now and again. She’s often spotted wearing a white apron, sitting on her favourite stool by the fire, or in the kitchen busily mixing something in a bowl. Again residual haunting
10. The Headless Horseman – House of Dun
This stunning Georgian mansion and its surrounding estate hold many a dark secret, including tales of murder. However, the most frightening tale is that of the Headless Horseman, who roams the lanes of Dun at night, seeking retribution on unwary travellers. Again all due to killing , murders and corruption by men in that time and that area, a psychopathic people and as a result this bad energy come back to haunt them all.
Steve Ramsey, PhD
I hope that one day it will be my turn to come back somehow somewhere and haunt those who killed my young brother, burned our house, resulting of the death of my parents and destruction of our family with migration and running away from EVIL Baghdad , BY THE EVIL iRANIANS AND THE SHIA