Comlongon Castle

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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 in photographs.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Dumfries DG1 4NA
United Kingdom

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55.00644301004113, -3.4409036637225654
Dumfries and Galloway
Nearest Towns:
Clarencefield, UK (1.1 mi.)
Ruthwell, UK (1.9 mi.)
Mouswald, UK (2.1 mi.)
Carrutherstown, UK (2.5 mi.)
Dalton, UK (3.8 mi.)
Cummertrees, UK (3.9 mi.)
Racks, UK (4.2 mi.)
Powfoot, UK (4.6 mi.)
Collin, UK (5.1 mi.)
Hightae, UK (5.4 mi.)


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