These eerie photos capture inside one of the UK’s “most haunted ” places – spooked by a dog, a hooded figure and an elderly man.
Balgonie Castle, near Glenrothes, northeast Scotland, has been ranked 17th in a list of the UK’s “most haunted” sites in a new list.
Edinburgh Live says it is home to a number of spirits, which will throw up some unusual experiences – including the sound of mysterious voices, the sight of floating heads and the feeling that you are being watched.
The famous Green Lady ghost can apparently still be seen roaming around the building to this day, often walking past windows.
Stuart and Kelly Morris, who own the castle, even claim they’ve felt someone touch and breath on them.
The castle, built in the 14th century by the Sibbald family, was visited by both James IV and Mary Queen of Scots.
The new super-spooky “most haunted” list has been compiled by website Higgypop.
The 100 places include pubs, hospitals, houses, castles, prisons and even forests across the UK.
Chillingham Castle in Alnwick, Scotland, has been ranked the “most haunted” place.
The medieval castle is believed to be spooked by the ghost of a Spanish witch who is said to have put a curse on the building.
The curse is said to bring bad luck on anyone who steals from the castle.
And the ghost of Lady Mary Berkeley, a former resident of the castle, apparently still haunts the property.
Guests at Chillingham have told how they’ve seen her ghost “come out” of a painting of her in one room.