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Scotland has a wealth of haunted castles, houses, hotels and graveyards. Here is one that you might like to visit . . . if you are brave enough!!

Haunted Place : Carbisdale Castle

Carbisdale Castle was built by the Duchess of Sutherland between 1905 and 1917 and is now used as a youth hostel. The castle has several ghosts. The appearances include a lady in white, fallen soldiers of the Battle of Carbisdale and the sounds of a piper.

Carbisdale Castle

Carbisdale Castle


The Hooded Gardener is said to roam the grounds looking for his lost daughter, he often haunts girls that are the same age as his own daughter (fifteen); he has been seen dressed in black with a black hood with only part of his face shown.

In the castle nursery (called the Spooky Room) furniture will often suddenly move and will sometimes rain drip from the ceiling even on sunny days. Young children can be heard still playing their childish games in the hereafter.

Spooky Room at Carbisdale Castle - did that bed just move?

Spooky Room Carbisdale Castle

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