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Haunted Castles in Britain

History buffs and ghost-chasers will love these beautiful British castles -- and their spooky residents!

Bodelwyddan Castle
Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, Wales

Ghost sightings include a Victorian lady in the sculpture gallery, a soldier in a gallery, figures floating through corridors and a lady in the haunted tea room. More...

Castle Stuart
Petty Parish, Inverness, Scotland

Relive the mystery of Castle Stuart. The haunted three-turret bedroom ("Murray" Room) is now offered as the honeymoon suite featuring a four-poster bed. More...

Chillingham Castle
Chillingham, Northumberland, England

Claims to be Britainís most haunted castle. Ghost sightings include the Radiant Boy and Lady Grey (The Ghost in the Portrait) who killed herself after her husband ran off with her sister. More...

Glamis Castle
Glamis, Angus, Scotland

The Queen Mother was raised here and Princess Margaret was born here. Ghost sightings include the Grey Lady who was accused (by King James V) of being a witch and burned at the stake. More...

Gwydir Castle
Llanrwst, Conwy, Wales

Ghost sightings include a young woman who haunts the north wing and Sir John Wynn on the spiral staircase. More...

Levens Hall
Kendal, Cumbria, England

Located near the Lake District, ghost sightings include the Grey Lady - a gypsy woman who cursed the family of the house. More...

Muncaster Castle
Ravenglass, Cumbria, England

Ghost sightings include a headless carpenter murdered by the castle's jester (Tom the Fool) and the White Lady. More...

St. Andrews Cathedral
St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland

Ghost sightings include the White Lady. Most sightings occur in early evening during October and November. More...

Stirling Castle
Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland

Ghost sightings include the Green Lady - attendant of Mary, Queen of Scots. Her appearance heralds disaster or bad luck. More...

Tower of London
London, England

Ghost sightings include St. Thomas Becket, Queen Anne Boleyn (King Henry VIII's beheaded second wife) and Margaret, Countess of Salisbury (also a victim of beheading). More...

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