The castle was built by the Sibbald family in the 14th century, and was later in the possession of Sir Robert Lundie during the 15th century.
Category: Green Ladies
The castle, built by the Wemyss family, is said to be haunted by the ghost of a Green Lady, whose identity is unknown.
The Castle of Mey, formerly known as Barrogill Castle dates from the 16th century and was built by the Earl of Caithness. The castle is haunted by the ubiquitous Green Lady, said to have been the daughter of the 5th Earl.
In the 15th century the castle was owned by the Keith family, who were in the midst of a feud with the Gunn family. After several murders and revenge murders, Helen Gunn of Braemore, was abducted by Dugald Keith who lived in the tower.
The castle dates back to the 1500’s, and was built as a fortified tower house by the Spalding family.
Newton castle is said to be haunted by a Green Lady, a common apparition and folklore motif in many Scottish castles and fortified homes.
Many strange things are alleged to have happened here in modern times, with doors opening and closing, floorboards creaking and lights going on and off in empty rooms.
This 18th century mansion hotel set in 44 acres of meadows is said to be haunted by a Green Lady. She is the ghost of a former owner’s daughter that died when thrown from her horse.
This 16th Century tower house is haunted allegedly haunted by two ghosts, a Green Lady and another young woman.
Longleat House is the home of the Thynne family and was built on the site of an old priory. The house like many of the old family stately homes has a multitude of ghost stories.