Castle May. Caithness

The ghost of the Green Lady haunts Castle May.

The ghost of the Green Lady haunts Castle May.

She is believed to be the ghost of Lady Sinclair who threw herself to her death from one of the Castles high towers. Lady Sinclair had fallen in love with one of the servants and as it was deemed inappropriate for a Lady to have a relationship with an underclass the distressed woman turned to suicide.

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Wellington Hotel. Boscastle

Wellington Hotel. Boscastle, Several ghosts are said to haunt this Hotel.

Overlooking the harbour in the Cornish fishing village of Boscastle, The Wellington Hotel is haunted by the ghosts of a man and young lady.

The Wellington Hotel is one of Cornwall’s oldest Coaching Inns and dates back to the 16th Century. Originally known as the Bos Castle Hotel, the Hotel was renamed after the death of the “Iron Duke”, the Duke Of Wellington.

The ghostly figure of a man, complete with frilly shirt and ponytail, has been seen disappearing though the wall near the Hotels reception room. The ghost of a young lady who committed suicide by leaping from a tower attached to the building has also been seen in the area.

 

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