Culcreuch Castle

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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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Lanarkshire G63 0LW
United Kingdom

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56.06188915565669, -4.21760272962274
Nearest Towns:
Fintry, UK (1.1 mi.)
Central Region, UK (4.2 mi.)
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Balfron, UK (4.5 mi.)
Buchlyvie, UK (4.9 mi.)
Kepculloch, UK (5.3 mi.)
Clachan Of Campsie, UK (5.5 mi.)
Campsie, UK (5.5 mi.)
Killearn, UK (6.1 mi.)
Gargunnock, UK (6.4 mi.)


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  1. Sandra Roxburgh  |  

    Stayed there on 21st June 2018 in the Chinese bird room woke up early morning to see a black hooded figure at the other side of the bed within seconds it was at my side of the bed had it hand on my mouth it felt cold and describe like peeling skin and there was a smell of something that’s like mouldy damp Ness like smell spooked me out happend so quick that I didn’t have time to react

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