Haunted Places in east wemyss, Fife



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    Holyrood Palace

    Edinburgh, Edinburgh

    14.2 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    David Rizzio was said to be the lover of Mary, Queen of Scots. He was murdered in the dining room and his bloodstains sometimes reappear. Lord Darnley, whom Mary is said to have blamed for Rizzio's murder, met his fate in an explosion and is reportedly seen here as well. ...


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    Pinkie House

    Musselburgh, East Lothian

    14.3 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Lilias Drummond, nicknamed "The Green Lady", is seen on the spiral staircase. It is believed that her appearance represents bad luck. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Edinburgh Vaults

    Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh

    14.6 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Quite possibly one of the most haunted places in the world, many spirits, many quite negative, remain here. Voices are heard coming out of the darkness, cold spots are picked up, shadows are seen, and mist is picked up on camera. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Mary King's Close

    Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh

    14.6 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    An outbreak of the bubonic plague in 1645 claimed many lives around here. Some of the victims are said to be "walled-up" which is why they have been seen here since they died. In "Annie's Room", a young girl named Annie was abandoned by her family after she became infected. ...


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    Edinburgh Castle

    Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh

    14.8 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Many ghosts are reported here including a phantom piper and a phantom drummer, plague victims in the underground vaults, and other apparitions that have appeared on camera. People have been touched, felt cold spots, and have had the sensation of being watched. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The White Hart Inn

    Edinburgh, Midlothian

    14.9 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Edinburgh's oldest pub, dating back to 1516, the ghost of a woman in red has shown up in a photos and is often reported by the staff. According to legend, William Burke and William Hare, a murderous pair, would lure victims from him and kill them in the surrounding buildings. ...


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    Greyfriars Kirkyard

    Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh

    14.9 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Sir George MacKenzie's tomb can be found here. Ever since it was broken into, visitors have been attacked by unknown forces leaving them scratched, scarred, and bruised. It is believed that an overwhelming presence of evil entities are responsible for the attacks. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Dalhousie Castle Hotel

    east wemyss, Midlothian

    20 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The two main ghosts are that of Lady Catherine (The Grey Lady), and Alexander Ramsay of Dalhousie. Ramsay was imprisoned here and left to starve; some say he survived two weeks merely by eating bits of grain that fell through the cracks. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    House of the Binns

    east wemyss, West Lothian

    20.8 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Two ghosts are said to be here: A former owner, very boastful over his poker victories, is seen on horseback; a phantom monk is also reported here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Huntingtower Castle

    Perth, Scotland

    24.1 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    A woman named Dorothea is seen here wearing a green dress; she has been nicknamed "Lady Greensleeves". Her appearance is thought to be a bad omen to travelers who see her, yet others say that she has saved lives. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Airth Castle

    Airth, Scotland

    27.7 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    It is said that the castle burned down and killed two children and their nanny. They can be seen all over the property and heard in rooms 3, 4, 9, and 23. A ghostly dog is also said to bite people in the hallways. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Thirlestane Castle

    Lauder, Scotland

    32.1 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    One of the Dukes who occupied here is still reported to haunt the location. It is believed to be John Maitland. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Glamis Castle

    Glamis, Angus

    32.6 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    What's a haunted castle without a Grey Lady? Here, it's said to be Lady Janet Douglas, a 16th century woman burned at the stake after (possibly fabricated) claims of witchcraft emerged. She is most often reported in the clock tower or chapel. A severely mistreated black servant is said to ...


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    Stirling Castle

    Stirling, Stirling

    34 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The Highland Ghost is seen here and was even caught on photograph before. He appears in a full costume and a kilt, often being mistaken for a living person. The Green Lady, said to be a servant to Mary, Queen of Scots, died after saving the Queen from a fire. ...


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    Doune Castle

    Doune, Scotland

    37.9 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Mary, Queen of Scots, was exiled here. She is believed to be the source of energy that produces energy balls in photographs. Otherwise, this castle is necessary to visit because it was used for the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Dryburgh Abbey Hotel

    Newtown Saint Boswells, Scottish Borders

    42.7 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    A woman who drowned herself in the nearby river is said to haunt here. In the ruins of the nearby abbey, monks can also be heard chanting. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Fishtown of Usan

    east wemyss, Scotland

    43.7 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    I went to the ruins of Fishtown of Usan to get some photos of the buildings which are now mostly fallen. The buildings are extremely old, but the location itself is much, much older and dates back to ancient times. It was late evening and just beginning to turn dark when ...


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    Dalzell House

    Motherwell, North Lanarkshire

    43.9 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Three women are said to haunt here. The first is the Green Lady found in the south wing, the second is the White Lady who wanders around the whole building, and the last one is believed to be a nurse from World War I. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Culcreuch Castle

    east wemyss, Stirling

    44.8 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    A harp-player was said to accompany her lover when he was dying. She can be heard in adjoining playing her instrument. A dark human-sized mass has also been seen in the halls. The Chinese Bird Room is said to have the most activity. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    RAF Montrose

    Montrose, Angus

    46.4 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Many pilots in training have crashed here and met an untimely fate. The most famous of those is that of Lt. Desmond Arthur who has been seen as a full-bodied apparition throughout the base. Other pilots who have perished are witnessed still in full uniform or caught in the form ...


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    Jedburgh Castle

    Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

    50.7 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The jail is known to have a high level of paranormal activity where former prisoners still cry out and make contact with visitors. A piper can also be seen or heard playing outside of the castle on the battlefield. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Jedburgh Castle

    Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

    50.7 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The ghost of former prisoner Edwin McArthur is said to threaten visitors and invokes a sense of dread. Other former prisoners may be here as well. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Queen's Park, Glasgow

    Glasgow, Glasgow City

    51.5 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    On May 13th, 1568, the Battle of Langside (which is said to have been the beginning of the Marian civil war) took place here. With about 10,000 soldiers fighting, the casualties ranged at about 300, but many soldiers are still seen here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Riverside Museum

    Glasgow, Glasgow City

    51.8 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Stories exist here of a washer girl who perished in an accident in the Victorian Era; one guest managed to snap a photo of the supposed girl waving at the camera. Whether it is a camera trick or not, other guests and employees have reported a similar girl in the ...


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    Renfrew Victory Baths

    Renfrew, Renfrewshire

    54.4 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Renfrew Victory Baths is said to be haunted by nine different ghosts of which some have made local news headlines including a paranormal investigation with STV. We have never been disappointed at this venue!! A woman in white is seen in the tunnels and a small boy who is said to ...


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    Overtoun House and Bridge

    east wemyss, West Dunbartonshire

    57.9 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The bridge leading up to this location has one of the strangest reputations: since the 1950's many dogs have taken their own lives by jumping off of this bridge (even jumping off again if they don't die the first time). Furthermore, a man threw his child over the edge, intending ...


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    Lapwing Lodge - Coats Mill Sanatorium

    east wemyss, East Renfrewshire

    60.2 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Lapwing Lodge started Life as a Sanatorium for Coats Mill workers in 1910. At this time the veranda was open to the elements for the patients to be wheeled out into the fresh air to recover. It remained in their ownership until 1955. Some of the former residents are said ...


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    Braemar Castle

    east wemyss, Scotland

    61 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    A woman leapt to her death at the battlements after thinking her lover had left her. She is still reported here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Balmoral Castle

    east wemyss, Aberdeenshire

    61.8 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    John Brown, servant to Queen Victoria, is said to have had a secret romance with her. He is seen wandering the halls wearing a kilt. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Chillingham Castle

    Chillingham, Northumberland

    62.4 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Shadows have been seen in the courtyard, one ghost in the chamber is unseen, but gives off an eerie feeling, a conversation between two unseen men carries on in the chapel, and in the 'Inner Pantry', a woman in white approaches people begging for water, but vanishes soon after. (Submitted by ...


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    Bamburgh Castle

    Bamburgh, Northumberland

    64.5 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Don't be surprised if you take a photograph and a mysterious figure or form shows up; it's quite common here. People commonly report a woman in a pink (or green) dress said to be a princess who leapt to her death after she found out her lover had married someone ...


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    Bamburgh Beach

    Bamburgh, Northumberland

    64.6 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Witches used to live in the dunes and would sacrifice people for Satanic rituals. Other people have died violently here through other means, and a burial site was even uncovered. While Roman Polanski was filming Macbeth here, many extras were shocked to see hands coming out of the sand... And ...


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    Crathes Castle

    east wemyss, Aberdeenshire

    67.4 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Someone known as the Green Lady in the Queen Anne Wing. She is seen with a green mist surrounding her. Another woman who died here is usually seen on the anniversary of her murder. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Pan Am Flight 103 Crash Site

    Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway

    72.4 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    In 1988, a bomb went off on Pan Am Flight 103 and resulted in the deaths of 270 people. Some of victims still remain at the site, usually seen in peripheral vision and a sad presence is felt. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Castle Fraser

    east wemyss, Aberdeenshire

    76.3 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    A princess was murdered in the Green Room and dragged down the hallway. She can be seen wandering about and heard playing the piano. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Schooner Hotel

    Alnmouth, Northumberland

    77.3 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Unexplained noises are heard in room 28; this includes screams, whispers, and conversations. In room 17, a ghostly child is said to ride a tricycle. It is believed that there are at least 60 ghosts here. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Brinkburn Priory

    east wemyss, Northumberland

    77.3 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Former monks are seen in groups or heard chanting. In the cellar, a dark and violent entity has shoved people around. Other apparitions of a young girl and a woman in grey have also been seen. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Tolbooth

    Aberdeen, Aberdeen City

    78.2 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The Tolbooth Museum was once a prison responsible for witch burnings under King James the VI; it is believed some of those victims are still here. Shadows are a very common sight as well as a short man dressed in a 1920's outfit. Deep voices have been heard, EMF detectors ...


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    A75 Road

    east wemyss, Dumfries and Galloway

    78.3 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Numerous ghosts are reported along this road usually in the forms of shadows, people who jump into the middle of traffic, or cars stopped on the side of the road which vanish when others stop to offer help. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Comlongon Castle

    east wemyss, Scotland

    80.3 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Lady Marion Carruthers fell to her death in a case or either suicide or murder. At the point where she landed, no grass would grow, a feeling of sorrow was felt, and Lady Marion was seen crying. She has now been seen throughout the castle and is said to appear ...


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    Leith Hall

    east wemyss, Aberdeenshire

    84.1 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The ghost of Charles Arthur O’Neill Leith-Hay is seen wearing a military uniform long after having died in 1939. John Leith, who died in a duel, is also seen here, bandaged up where he was shot. Among other things, floating balls of light have been seen, footsteps are heard, and ...


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    Dalston Hall

    Dalston, Cumbria

    89.5 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    A fog-like being with long fingernails is reported in the cellar; while not harmful, he is known for scaring people. Also in the cellar is a handyman; he's not a mean person, but very well built. In room 4, a sad woman, named Emily, can be seen looking out the ...


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    Fyvie Castle

    Fyvie, Aberdeenshire

    92.9 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    A ghost believed to be that of Lady Meldrum (who died in the 13th century) has been spotted ever since her remains were moved from inside of the castle to a cemetery. Another spirit, that of Dane Lilias Drummond, was heartbroken after her husband left her for her cousin. She ...


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    Lord Crewe Arms Hotel

    east wemyss, Northumberland

    98.3 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The spirit of Dorothy Forster is said to be here, whose brother, Tom Forster, was part of the 1715 Jacobite Rebellion. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Newcastle Castle Keep

    Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear

    99.5 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    "The Poppy Girl" is the nickname for a woman who was thrown in the castle prison, before suffering a horrific death. Visitor become aware of her presence because they will pick up the smell of flowers passing by. Another woman is seen in the chamber, monks are heard chanting, disembodied ...


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    Culloden Battlefield

    Culloden Moor, Highland

    99.6 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    The Battle of Culloden was a deadly and failed uprising that resulted in the deaths of around 1,500 to about 2,000. Hundreds of years later, some people happen to notice the gloomy atmosphere still surrounding the open. The ghosts of highlanders are seen here, and, as the anniversary of the ...


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    The Angel View Inn

    Low Eighton, Tyne and Wear

    103.2 miles from east wemyss, UK-V1

    Activity here is common, but no one knows the source. One team of ghost hunters encountered poltergeist activity, balls of light, and drastic cold spots. Messages also come up on spirit boxes. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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