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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. She is still seen all over the castle, still loyal to the Queen; the Queen herself is believed to be here in the afterlife. The ghost of the Pink Lady is either believed to be the Queen herself, or a different woman still awaiting the return of her husband who died in battle.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Stirling Castle
Stirling FK8 1EJ
United Kingdom

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56.1237904, -3.9474279999999453
Nearest Towns:
Stirling, UK (0.5 mi.)
Causewayhead, UK (1.4 mi.)
Saint Ninians, UK (1.7 mi.)
Cambusbarron, UK (1.8 mi.)
Bridge Of Allan, UK (1.8 mi.)
Bannockburn, UK (3.7 mi.)
Cambus, UK (4.4 mi.)
Cowie, UK (5.0 mi.)
Gargunnock, UK (5.3 mi.)
Dunblane, UK (5.3 mi.)


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