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 be in the Queen’s bedroom. Also, look out for a woman peering out the windows with a mutilated face; not much is known about her. Lastly, Earl Beardie, a former and cruel leader of a rebellion against James II, leans over bed and is heard cursing. He is said to be very intimidating.
(Submitted by Chris Berglund)
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- Glamis Castle
Glamis DD8 1RJ, United Kingdom
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