Leith Hall

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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 poltergeist activity is reported.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Leith Hall Garden & Estate
Huntly, Cults AB54 4NQ
United Kingdom

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57.3563051, -2.764695599999982
Nearest Towns:
Kennethmont, UK (0.4 mi.)
Kirkhill Of Kennethmont, UK (0.4 mi.)
Kirktown Of Clatt, UK (2.7 mi.)
Clatt, UK (2.7 mi.)
Tillyminnate, UK (3.2 mi.)
Cushnie, UK (3.4 mi.)
Bridgend, UK (3.6 mi.)
Rhynie, UK (3.7 mi.)
Slioch, UK (4.3 mi.)
Drumfergue, UK (4.4 mi.)


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