Singer Castle in the world famous 1000 Islands. Frederick Gilbert Bourne built Singer Castle – or as it was known then – The Towers. The Commodore built the hunting and fishing lodge on Dark Island at the turn of the last century complete with hidden tunnels, secret passageways and a dungeon. Photographs of the 1000 Islands by Kim Lunman
Carbisdale Castle Built in the Scots Baronial style, Carbisdale Castle in the Scottish Highlands was constructed in 1907 for the Duchess of Sutherland. It was nicknamed the “castle of spite,” after an argument the Duchess had with her husband’s family. The lavishly decorated castle has 365 windows, a clock tower, secret passageways, 19 marble statues, and an incredible art collection dating back to 1680. Apparently, it’s also haunted. Madonna was married at Dornoch Cathedral nearby.