Glencoe, The Highlands, Scotland. Breathtakingly beautiful, it’s been told through generations that many victims of the infamous 1692 Glencoe massacre still haunt this scenic glen.

Magical Glencoe, located within the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’, Fort William, Scotland

Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire. A long time ago, whilst on honeymoon in the castle, a young woman awoke to find her husband gone. Convinced she’d made a bad wife, she jumped to her death from the battlements. Unfortunately, her husband had simply woken early to go hunting. The bride now appears when other newlyweds stay at the castle.

Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire. A long time ago, whilst on honeymoon in the castle, a young woman awoke to find her husband gone. Convinced she’d made a bad wife, she jumped to her death from the battlements. Unfortunately, her husband had simply woken early to go hunting. The bride now appears when other newlyweds stay at the castle.

Flannan Isles, Outer Hebrides. Approximately 20 miles west of the Isle of Lewis, the islands have been uninhabited since 1900 when all 3 lighthouse keepers vanished without trace. What happened on that evening remains a mystery…

Approximately 20 miles west of the Isle of Lewis, the islands have been uninhabited since 1900 when all 3 lighthouse keepers vanished without trace. What happened on that evening remains a mystery…

Alloway Kirk, Ayrshire. This eerie ruin is the scene of the The Witches’ Dance in Tam o’Shanter by Scotland’s National Bard, Robert Burns.

This eerie ruin is the scene of the The Witches’ Dance in Tam o’Shanter by Scotland’s National Bard, Robert Burns.

The Windhouse, Yell, Shetland. A spooky ruin reputed to be Shetland’s most haunted house. The area is said to be haunted by the Trow (troll) of Windhouse.

The Windhouse, Yell, Shetland. A spooky ruin reputed to be Shetland’s most haunted house. The area is said to be haunted by the Trow (troll) of Windhouse.

Glamis Castle, Angus. Childhood home of the late HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, this ghostly grandeur is widely renowned to be one of Scotland’s most haunted locations & is often a setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

Childhood home of the late HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, this ghostly grandeur is widely renowned to be one of Scotland’s most haunted locations & is often a setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

Ramsay Garden, Edinburgh. With its chilling, morbid & fascinating history, Scotland’s capital is undoubtedly one of the country’s spookiest cities. The Royal Mile, the famous street which links Edinburgh Castle & the Palace of Holyrood House, is packed with creepy closes, each with a grisly tale to tell. With ghosts galore, we dare you to explore…

Ramsay Garden, Edinburgh. With its chilling, morbid & fascinating history, Scotland’s capital is undoubtedly one of the country’s spookiest cities. The Royal Mile, the famous street which links Edinburgh Castle & the Palace of Holyrood House, is packed with creepy closes, each with a grisly tale to tell. With ghosts galore, we dare you to explore…

With history dating back to the 7th century, it’s little surprise that one of Scotland’s most recognisable castles is said to be haunted by numerous ghosts. One of the most famous is that of a Spanish soldier, killed during the Jacobite rebellion. His apparition has reportedly been seen in the castle, clutching his head under his arm!

Looking over the calm waters of Loch Duich towards Eilean Donan Castle at dusk, Highlands

Culzean Castle, Ayrshire. This imposing castle, set on the cliffs overlooking the Firth of Clyde, is reputed to be haunted by a piper on dark & stormy nights. Imagine how this must sound with the howling wind & crashing waves!

This imposing castle, set on the cliffs overlooking the Firth of Clyde, is reputed to be haunted by a piper on dark & stormy nights. Imagine how this must sound with the howling wind & crashing waves!

Brodick Castle, Isle of Arran. The most famous spirit to roam this castle is said to be that of the Grey Lady, who died from the plague in 1700. She was locked in the dungeons to ensure no one else contracted the disease.

Brodick Castle, Isle of Arran. The most famous spirit to roam this castle is said to be that of the Grey Lady, who died from the plague in She was locked in the dungeons to ensure no one else contracted the disease.

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